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A Must Know Facts About CBD Vape Oil

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CBD is a naturally occurring chemical compound found in the marijuana and hemp plant. Cannabidiol or CBD is part of a list of compounds referred to as cannabinoids. The cannabis plant has been in existence for many years and has been cultivated throughout history. It is believed that the plant has been used for therapeutic purposes by many civilizations.

The cannabis plant has another compound in it referred to as THC, which has psychoactive properties. However, not all plants in the same compound group of cannabinoids have the same level of THC. Hemp contains about 0.2 percent of THC, while the cannabis plant contains 3 to 25 percent THC. This means the level of THC in hemp is not enough to get you ˜high'. However, even after the popularity of CBD, some people still link CBD to THC, which is worrying.

History of Cannabidiol

The cannabis plant is believed to be among the oldest crops ever grown by the human race. Historical evidence traced back 11,000 years ago in Siberia and Mongolia proves that the cannabis plant has been in existence. The Yangshao tribe in China is also believed to be active cultivators of the hemp plant. A Chinese king known as Shen Nung is known to have used marijuana for treating arthritic pain and gout around 2,600 BC.

According to history experts, there is evident proof that cannabis was cultivated in ancient Egypt and India. It is documented that in the 1800's, Queen Victoria used CBD to ease her menstrual cramps.

For the last twenty years, we have been thinking that CBD makes you high. Until recently, research proved that it is indeed the THC compound, present in CBD, which makes you feel ˜high'. Now people are slowly trying to come to terms with the reality that CBD is not THC.

The Difference between CBD derived from Marijuana and Hemp

Both marijuana and hemp belong to the same cannabis family group; meaning they share the same features. However, there is a slight difference between the two plants. The variance of these two plants is the amount of Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) in each one of them. To make things clearer, Hemp contains no more than 0.3 percent THC. On the other hand, marijuana comprises of about 32 percent THC.

Generally, the marijuana plant makes users high, however, the psychoactive ingredient in hemp is very low. Therefore, it is impossible to vape hemp CBD and get high. Hemp products are legal in many countries in the world. Cannabis, on the other hand, is considered illegal. Today, industries are comfortably manufacturing CBD products for users in the market without the being declared illegal.

Premium CBD Vape-Oil

Premium CBD Vape oil has become one of the best products in the growing business of selling CBD products. CBD vape oil is a combination of nature and good technology. Premium CBD is a compound derived from hemp, which it then turned into an E-liquid making it pure and vaporizable.

The marijuana plant has impressive traits other than getting you ˜high.' However, CBD has no psychoactive effects meaning it's considered legal in a number of countries. Premium CBD vape oil also comes in different flavors.

The Legal Impact on CBD Vape-Oil

It is well known that CBD is extracted from the cannabis plant and hemp. Even though the cultivation of marijuana is legal in some developed countries, in other countries, the plant has been banned for ages. Even in countries where cannabis is legal, it is still governed and controlled under strict regulations. In the USA for instance, the ban on marijuana has been there for years; until recently when the government lifted the ban on hemp products.

In other European countries, the cultivation of marijuana products has become legal. In Canada, the government is intending on allowing CBD production commencing 17th October this year. Now, some countries in Europe are starting to see the full benefits of cannabidiol products. Furthermore, certified seed companies are being allowed to generate hemp seeds used to cultivate CBD.

Also, in countries in the EU, hemp plants will soon be lawful to cultivate in agricultural fields.  Besides, indoor cultivation of hemp remains illegal in many countries.  In the Netherlands, growing hemp is only legal if the intention is to produce fibers or seeds. In the US, the law governing CBD production is a bit complicated because of the variance in statutes governing individual States.

The Federal government strictly prohibits cannabis consumption in the United States. However, in Germany and in the U.K, CBD is classified as a medicine. The notion that CBD is legal in the United States is a misleading statement. Even though marijuana consumption is illegal, in some countries, it is still consumed because of laxity of law enforcers. In other words, whether cannabis is legal or not depends on the end product, how it was made and the locality.

States in the U.S where vaping CBD is Legal

In 2018, the number of States where the marijuana plant (both hemp and cannabis) are 100 percent legal, stands at eight. The eight States include California, Maine, Massachusetts, Washington, Alaska, Oregon, Colorado, and Nevada. Therefore, in case you live in one of the above States, you are free to use CBD products.

However, as the campaign for CBD derived products continues to shift gear, we are confident that both hemp and cannabis products will be ˜legal' in all the 50 States in the United States.

Final Thoughts

Some CBD manufacturers have come up with misleading claims that CBD can cure cancer. Such wild claims are unhealthy and inappropriate and should be dealt with by the relevant governing bodies. We need to do more research on cannabidiol, and not coming up with unproven health facts.

The danger with such misleading facts is that it may disrupt study and can cause unregulated doses to people using CBD. Consuming something that is unregulated may lead to an overdose or perhaps increase the chances of becoming an addiction.