Introducing Stogies CBD, our concentrated, best-selling CBD to date. Stogies CBD contains no PG, therefor it can be vaped by itself, or added to any e-liquid. If you are mixing with e-liquid, we suggest starting with 1 drop of CBD for every ml of e-liquid added to your tank.
What are the benefits of Stogies CBD Vape eJuice?
The most popular way of getting CBD into your system is by vaping it, purely because it takes effect almost instantly and you can easily adjust the strength of your dose. CBD e-juice can also be mixed in with your other favorite e-liquids, such as nicotine-based ones.
Stogies CBD helps with relaxation, anxiety, stress and sleep.**
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WHAT IS CBD?
Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of the two most-common cannabinoids in the Cannabis sativa (marijuana) plant. The most common in most strains of cannabis is THC, technically known as delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol.
THC is the most well-known cannabinoid because it’s responsible for the psychoactive effects of marijuana. In other words, THC is the reason you get “stoned” from smoking pot — which for many people is the only reason for using marijuana. In most strains, CBD is the second-most abundant cannabinoid. It works in conjunction with THC to create some of the plant’s effects on the body, but also offers a variety of potential medical benefits in its own right.
The amount of CBD and THC in marijuana varies according to the strain. While much of the focus till recently for growers has been on increasing the THC content of plants, some strains exist that are high in CBD too, and some growers have selectively bred strains to emphasize their high-CBD quality. Hemp plants — which are also cannabis, but have been bred for their strong leaves and stalks instead of the THC-heavy flowers — have substantial amounts of CBD with very little THC.
There are over 80 other cannabinoids in the plant, but the others haven’t gotten much attention yet, partly because they’re found in tiny concentrations compared to THC and CBD, and partly because there hasn’t been much serious research on cannabis at all. That may not change until the U.S. government reclassifies marijuana as a potentially beneficial substance for medicinal purposes, and allows federally funded research to be done on a large scale.
HOW DOES CBD WORK?
Cannabinoids interact with internal cannabinoid receptors in your body. That’s because they’re similar in structure to “endocannabinoids,” which are your body’s own naturally produced cannabinoids. The human body has a complex internal system of cannabinoids and cannabinoid receptors that regulate many functions.
THC works directly on your cannabinoid receptors (called CB1 and CB2) to create its effects. It’s chemically similar to one of your endocannabinoids, called anandamide (the “bliss molecule”), so it can interact with the cannabinoid receptors intended for it. Think about it like a key fitting in a lock – provided certain parts match up, it can turn. This is how THC gets you high.
For CBD, it’s a little more complicated. It affects the body’s cannabinoid system indirectly. It activates other receptors (including serotonin receptors), but also reduces the action of an enzyme that works on the cannabinoid system. The result of this last effect is complex, but essentially CBD boosts some of the therapeutic effects of THC while also reducing its psychoactive effects. This means it’s a pretty useful cannabinoid for people using THC medically.
CBD also prevents the breakdown of anandamide, your body’s main natural cannabinoid.
CBD has the potential to positively affect a lot of things, from pain perception to anxiety, nausea and mood. These effects are explored in more detail in these papers from the journal Epilepsia and the British Journal of Pharmacology. And a simpler but still comprehensive explanation can be found on the Elixinol website.
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