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What is CBD?

Cannabidiol (CBD) is a cannabinoid found in the cannabis plant whose molecular configuration is very close to that of Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), but unlike the latter, CBD does not have any psychotropic effect , it is that is, it does not cause feelings of intoxication, dizziness or euphoria, characteristics associated with THC and more generally with the recreational use of cannabis.

CBD, on the other hand, has many therapeutic properties that we will present to you in this article. An interesting characteristic of this molecule is its very low toxicity , in the worst case, too high a dose could only cause sedation (desire to sleep).

Does CBD get you high?

No, CBD will not get you high. CBD is not psychoactive. In other words, by consuming CBD eLiquid, you will not experience any significant change in your mind, arousal, or state of mind.

Side effects

Despite numerous studies on a wide variety of CBD dosages and CBD consumption methods, no side effects have been reported .

How does CBD work?

The human nervous system contains a large number of receptors. Receivers are like mobile phone terminals, which transmit signals. But while telephone terminals accept electromagnetic waves as signals, receivers use specific molecules to transmit messages.

One of the receptor systems is called the endocannabinoid system (ECS). ECS receptors are located in the human brain and peripheral nervous system – the spinal cord and nerves. In the brain, receptors are located in areas responsible for perception, concentration, memory and movement. This is why the ECS is involved in the regulation of many physiological processes including the feeling of pain, mood and appetite. Interestingly, the ECS is also part of the neural system's response to exercise.

The ECS receptors are CB1 and CB2, 5-HT1A, μ and δ. These receptors capture molecules similar to cannabinoids produced by the nervous system, called endorphins. One of the signal-transmitting endorphin molecules is 2-Arachidonoylglycerol (2-AG). It binds to CBD1 and CB2 receptors. CBD also binds to these receptors and replicates the effects of 2-AG.

CBD binds to the same receptors as psychoactive THC, but it has the opposite effect. If THC sends your nervous system into overheating mode, CBD slows it down.

In research, CBD has been shown to have antispasmodic , antipsychotic , anti-convulsant , and neuroprotective properties. So, CBD e-liquid is a good way to relax the muscles and overall condition. CBD also relieves daily stress and makes the nervous system more resilient.

Differences between THC and CBD

Both THC and CBD are cannabinoids, chemical compounds secreted by the cannabis plant, which offer a range of therapeutic benefits such as relief from certain pain, nausea and certain inflammations. They mimic the effects of certain chemical compounds our body produces naturally, called endocannabinoids , and activate our internal health systems. Simply put, cannabinoids serve as intermediaries between cells, to combat deficiencies in our endocannabinoid system.

When consumed, cannabinoids seek to bind to receptors in the brain or body. Each cannabinoid has different effects depending on which receptor it targets. For example, THC targets receptors in the brain while CBD prefers receptors located in our body. By using the right cannabinoid, medical patients can choose which symptom they want to relieve. The effects are multiple and lay the foundations for the use of cannabis in medicine.

The results are so promising that some synthesized cannabinoids are prescribed medically. While these synthetic cannabinoids can be effective, a cannabis plant contains over 85 different cannabinoids (THC-1, THC-V, CBD-1, CBG, CBN, CBC, etc…), most of which today have scientifically verified medical applications.

CBD is a cannabinoid about which we have learned a lot in recent years. This non-psychoactive substance allows it to be consumed without side effects , and without “getting high”. CBD also counters the psychotropic effects of THC, and produces calming effects, sought after by people suffering from anxiety or loss of sleep. It also lowers blood sugar levels and has shown promise for people battling pain, multiple sclerosis, and epilepsy.

To sum up :

  • CBD does not have an intoxicating effect (you cannot get high on CBD), whereas THC is widely used for its recreational effects
  • THC can cause anxiety when consumed in high doses, while CBD appears to have the opposite effect
  • Unlike THC, CBD has antipsychotic properties and is being tested as a medicine for people with schizophrenia
  • THC can have sedative effects, while CBD has the opposite effect, and can be used to increase energy levels
  • CBD is an effective treatment option as an anti-inflammatory , painkiller , anti-anxiety, and anti-psychotic , without psychoactive effects .
  • You do not necessarily have to consume THC for CBD to be effective
  • CBD has more lenient legal statuses than THC, and is beginning to be widely studied, even in Europe.

    High Vaping CBD e-liquids

    As with our classic e-liquids, our main concern is the quality of our products . This is why CBD High Vaping comes exclusively from organic hemp grown in Europe. Our CBD liquids have a PG/VG ratio of 80/20. As CBD does not dilute well in vegetable glycerin, we have added the maximum possible VG for your greatest pleasure. We also use food flavorings made in Europe. All our CBD liquids are nicotine-free .

    The sale of electronic cigarettes and e liquid is prohibited to minors.