CBD and Vaping???
So lets see there are a lot of ways to accomplish the same task. This has never been more true for Cannabidiol (CBD). With the rising demand for CBD products, there are a range if different ways to get your daily dose. They range from sublingual sprays, to vaping CBD oils, to smoking good old fashioned joints. Yet many don’t know the best way in which you ingest CBD can drastically alter its effective dosage.
This means that not all o the CBD you consume will directly affect hour body; only a certain percentage will be bake to enter your systemic circulation and produce its active effects. This percentage is referred to in science as “bioavailability,” and it strongly depends on the manner in which CBD is introduced to your system. For example, the oral bioavailability of CBD is roughly 15 percent. That means for every 100 milligrams of CBD that you eat, only 15 milligrams will actually reach your bloodstream.
So in order to maximise the CBD’s effect we can Vape.
During vaporization, CBD enters your lungs and diffuses directly into your bloodstream rather than passing through your gut and liver. This avoids the first-pass effect altogether, allowing nearly four times as much CBD to enter your circulation for a maximum bioavailability of roughly 50 to 60 percent. Essentially, this means you can achieve the same beneficial effects with a much smaller amount of CBD.
Not only that, but vaping will greatly decrease the amount of time it takes for the CBD in your body to become active, since you don’t have to wait for it to travel through your gut. By vaporizing a CBD e-liquid or high-CBD concentrate, you could potentially feel its effects 30 to 60 minutes faster. This makes vaping CBD an extremely efficient delivery method.
Of course, if you’re leaning towards embracing the vape life, make sure you’ve done your research on the concentrate you intend to consume. You can always get in touch with us and discuss further information you may need. Enjoy Vaping!!