One product to avoid is CBD oil that has been adulterated with synthetic cannabinoids. These are lab-created chemical compounds that bind with the same cannabinoid receptors in the brain that THC and CBD do. But they can be as much as 100 times more powerful than THC, and have been known to cause extended psychotic episodes and even death. They’re often sold under the brands Spice and K2 (but there are many others) in truck stops, head shops and convenience stores. Sometimes they’re sold as vape juice in bottles marked CBD.
CBD derived from hemp plants almost always contains less than 0.3% THC, which is the legal maximum it can include unless it’s sold by a licensed dispensary in a state with a legal marijuana market. You can verify how much THC a product contains by checking the third-party test on the manufacturer’s website. If the seller can’t produce a test, or you feel hesitant, move on to a different company.
Because CBD is an anti-inflammatory, it can reduce pain and relax the body. That, along with the stress and anxiety relief, may be noticeable. A first-time user of CBD tincture and CBD capsules told Vaping360 that he felt “super relaxed, no anxiety, no pain, and almost like I was floating.”
How does CBD make you feel?
It’s possible that some users feel the presence of any amount of THC when it’s mixed with CBD. That’s the well-known “entourage effect” theory, which basically says cannabinoids combine to create more than the sum of their parts. It’s worth experimenting with different kinds of CBD products to see what feels best to you.
A high-CBD cannabis flower user on Reddit described “an effect” that “could be described as an anti-effect.” They said that “something happens and things seem to lift away with no feeling.” A Vaping360 editor says that CBD “both dulls and clarifies your mental state. Either way, your mental state can be altered.”
The CBDfx vape pen is all you need to get started today. It is formulated with organic full spectrum hemp oil, rich in cannabinoids, containing 30 mg CBD per pen. This disposable vape pen is ready to use out of the box and doesn’t require filling or charging. Its powerful battery is good for a few hundred puffs.
Both CBD and THC are mood-altering compounds that have significant therapeutic benefits, like relieving pain and nausea, reducing inflammation, and treating some seizure disorders. But even though both cannabinoids are psychoactive, only THC is intoxicating. While CBD promotes relaxation and calmness, THC produces actual euphoria, and alters perceptions of space and time.
Full spectrum hemp products have CBD and a variety of other cannabinoids in them—including THC below the legal level of .3%. Broad spectrum includes a similar variety of cannabinoids with the THC removed. Isolate is pure CBD. Our CBD pillows only include isolate in the infusion and the spritzer.
COA stands for Certificate of Analysis, a lab report that explores the chemical composition of a product. For CBD products, it analyzes the cannabinoid, terpene, and contaminant profile and whether it matches the advertised contents. Most importantly, it verifies the levels of THC are below the legal .3 percent.
Mislabeling in the CBD industry is a big problem, but we take your health very seriously. All our CBD products are tested by third-party labs to ensure total compliance with the law.
Experts claim hemp-derived CBD won’t get you high due to an extremely low THC content. Hemp-derived CBD contains less than .3 percent THC, which is the psychoactive cannabinoid found in marijuana. There are different extraction techniques to get CBD from hemp, and those lead to different end products: full spectrum, broad spectrum, and isolate.
FDA DISCLAIMER: Neither Malouf nor any of its affiliates or related entities or persons shall be liable for any claims made or, otherwise, interpreted or construed. Statements, if any, regarding this product have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), nor have they been confirmed by research approved by the FDA. Use of this product is not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure any illness, condition or disease.