I’ve been vaping ejuice for almost 3 years now. Its offered both my husband and I the ability to quit smoking cigarettes. I’m dealing with chronic back and shoulder/neck pain, some anxiety, and insomnia. I vape at a 6% nicotine level, can I just add some CBD oil (plain flavored) to my Banana bread ejuice? Without emptying my tank or needing a second tank for the CBD?
CBD edibles are the new thing, and they are moving way past pot brownies. CBD edibles have taken the market by storm and are only estimated to grow in popularity in 2019 and beyond. Where other health trends consist of mushroom coffee and diets that make you feel awful, CBD edibles are this years’ delicious health trend that everyone should know about.
CBD Gummies supply a carefully pre-measured dosed of Cannabidiol into our body system. CBD begins interacting with some minute receptors in our bodies. The Endocannabinoid System mediates the effects of cannabinoids such as CBD and THC. Cannabinoid receptors, which are scattered across the brain, central and peripheral nervous systems, will then play a part in functions such as pain management, anxiety, depression, inflammation, sleep or appetite.
Choose Green Roads’ CBD edibles because we offer award-winning, pharmacist founded products. The CBD in our gummies comes from hemp grown on American farms. Our raw materials are sourced from facilities that use sophisticated extraction technologies. We conduct careful tests for pesticides, microbials, heavy metals, and more to make sure our gummies are made with quality ingredients. Our proprietary formulation process turns these ingredients into calming CBD gummies. Our finished edibles are tested by external labs, and when you grab a pack or a bottle you can scan a QR code to review the resulting lab sheet.
Like humans, animals can suffer from all manner of chronic pain, and this 2015 review of the scientific literature on chronic pain and cannabinoid usage found that seven out of eleven high-quality trials showed cannabinoids to have “a significant analgesic effect.” Researchers also reported that “several trials also demonstrated improvement in secondary outcomes (e.g., sleep, muscle stiffness, and spasticity).”