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How Your Body Can Benefit From CBD Vape Juice
& CBD Vape Oil

Imagine you are in a low lit aromatic spa for a relaxing, soothing and pampering time while your therapist applies a mask infused with tea tree, chamomile, aloe Vera, and one more ingredient that needs explanation, “CBD”. Now some might think they are reading just to know about the benefits of CBD Vape Juice/oil and what has it got to do with a spa therapy! The reason to mention it here is the fact that for today’s over-worked, under-rested and phone affixed generation this mysterious stuff called CBD seems to be a flattering “it” drug. No wonder it has found a place in spa treatments to ease that back spasm, in CBD gummies, bottled CBD water, in balms that are used to rub onto pulse points and aching feet, in pumpkin-flavored CBD for dogs, in bags of CBD-laced coffee and in shops on busy streets of Washington, Colorado Springs, and other cities.

What is CBD Vape Oil or juice?

CBD or Cannabidiol pronounced as “canna-bid-EYE-ol” is one of the compounds in cannabis plant and a distant cousin of THC (tetrahydrocannabinol notorious of the fact that you can get stoned). CBD Vape oil is a concentrated liquid form of Cannabidiol which is heated and inhaled through a Vape Pen, E-Cigarette or Vaporizer. CBD vape oil from marijuana is prevalent but poses a risk of failing a drug test as such CBD vape pens contains too much THC. If you are worried about passing a drug test/don't want to get high, CBD vape oil made from natural hemp plants containing active CBD components is an alternative which is free of the psychotropic effects of THC. Juice or e-liquid is just the variant that can be consumed in the form of flavored wellness drinks and foods infused with CBD isolate.

Now that you know what exactly is CBD, let us take a deep dive into how CBD Vape Oil/Juice can probably benefit your body...

1. Non Addictive and Non Psychoactive

CBD is said to interact with brain receptors in a completely different way than THC. Half a milligram to several milligrams doses per day is acceptable. Low levels i.e. 1-20 mg of CBD can help taking the edge off the day without having that sedated feeling as it makes one feel relaxed in a natural way. Higher levels i.e.20 mg+, gives a higher level of a relaxation feeling while it can also make you sleepy. CBD Vape oil or juice won’t get you high as CBD is claimed to be non-psychotropic. The process of extracting the CBD oil is highly improbable of fabricating oil with high levels of THC. As the response differs from person to person, it is advisable to start with lower dosages and gradually work up in the serving size.

2. Greater chance of Penetration and Retention

Vaping is a process where the CBD Oil (or Juice /e-liquid) is turned into vapor of ultrafine particles - something like using a nebulizer for asthma attacks. Being ultrafine particles, they are absorbed directly to the body’s system and have a greater chance of penetration and retention. Besides, CBD liquid is extremely safe and non-addicting as it is produced from hemp and extracted safely from the plant.

3. Alternative to Quit Smoking and Addiction Withdrawal

Results published in “Addictive Behaviors” suggest that smokers who used CBD vape oil inhalers, smoked fewer cigarettes than usual and experienced reduced cravings for nicotine. Similarly, a study published in Neurotherapeutics showed that CBD could possibly be a promising treatment for opioid addiction disorders patients.

4. Therapeutic Benefits and Medicinal Uses

According to, CBD helps ease side effects of diseases, illnesses, and ailments including, Fibromyalgia, Arthritis, all types of Cancers, stress, joint pain, seizures, inflammation, sleep disorders, depression, anxiety and panic disorders, high blood pressure, Type 1 diabetes, menopause, acne, addiction, multiple sclerosis, Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), appetite disorders, Crohn’s Disease, Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) ,etc. However, scientific confirmation on the helpfulness of CBD with these conditions hasn’t yet been established as trials are still in the pre-clinical stage. At the moment in the research development, CBD vape oil (hemp) can be considered as a preventative tool and not a cure. Nevertheless there are many mental health benefits of CBD.

5. Everyday Health and wellness

Even normal people can benefit their body and mind by reducing inflammation, unwind and ease stress and experience a remarked relaxing effect after consuming CBD. It helps in treating everyday aches and pains. Daily low-dosing can improve heart health by reducing hypertension and cholesterol. Remember, cannabidiol isn’t a miracle drug but can provide potential benefits, with no harm and very little risk. The only danger about vaping CBD, is the stuff that’s added to it and not the cannabinoid itself.

Closing Words

How to use CBD vape completely depends on the health needs and wellness goals of a particular individual. The popularity of this green gold is attributed to timing, branding and the promising preliminary research. It is important to choose the right product. Brands like MedixCBD are providing vape juice & CBD vape oil cartridges that are safe and high-end full spectrum formulated made for the ultimate CBD vape oil experience. In the UK it is legally considered to be medicinal by the MHRA (Medicines & Healthcare products Regulatory Agency) while it is legal across the USA. This means you do not need a prescription to buy it and online vendors like Medix can deliver it to your doorsteps. CBD is metabolized differently by different individuals and the daily dosage can vary depending on the personal physical conditions. Hence Medix recommends starting with few puffs and increase/decrease based on the effect one desires for. Consuming the so called wonder-elixir as today’s activated charcoal or functional mushroom would be a responsible approach for few, while true believers find it worth endeavoring to the mysterious if it means chucking out that aspirin/ painkiller / antidepressants dose!

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