Vaping is a relatively new trend that is sweeping the globe. For many, using a vape is an attempt to abstain from smoking harmful tobacco. There are endless vaping tools available on the market right now, and in addition to this, substances you can vape with are vast. For instance, you can now vape with the cannabinoid HHC (hexahydrocannabinol) in Germany, and many other countries worldwide.
Vaping was invented by a Chinese pharmacist called Hon Lik. It was as recent as 2001 when he managed to produce a device that would enable smokers to smoke, but without the inclusion of nicotine. As many are aware, nicotine is the extremely harmful substance present in tobacco. It is responsible for many severe health conditions, such as lung cancer, throat cancer, and heart disease.
Hon Lik was an avid smoker himself, and what's more, his father died of lung cancer related to smoking. It appeared that his own futile attempts to ditch the smoking habit, including nicotine patches, spurred on Hon Lik to invent the tool for vaping.
Today it seems there are millions vaping as an alternative to smoking cigarettes, without the knowledge of it's origin. There is so much choice with regard to vaping liquids which are available in a variety of flavours and strengths. Some vape solutions can contain a small percentage of nicotine if desired, an improvement some would say on smoking a cigar
Taking vaping to another level is vaping with cannabinoids. Cannabinoids are compounds derived from the cannabis plant, and some are legal to use. For instance CBD (cannabidiol) is probably one of the most universal cannabinoids to hit the cannabis market in recent years. CBD is available in many forms, for example, CBD flower, CBD oil and tinctures, CBD vapes and cartridges, CBD gummies, CBD hash, CBD personal care, and much more. There is a prominent presence of CBD suppliers not only online, but we can now see CBD retailers on our high streets. CBD is derived from the hemp plant, and is a non-psychoactive compound. It is therefore classed as legal and is non-addictive and safe to use.
Vaping with CBD has become a very popular pastime for many, and the effects CBD delivers are not only relaxing, but also beneficial to health and wellbeing. For centuries the cannabis plant has been used as a valuable natural medicine to remedy all kinds of ailments. Not only can CBD be ingested, but it can also be used topically to address many skin conditions and relieve pain.
It seems the more we learn about CBD and it's healing benefits, the more sought after it is in it's many forms. Of course one of the most popular forms of CBD is oil. This is because it is such a convenient and versatile solution, and in addition, results from a daily dose are often experienced pretty quickly.
CBD can be part of a daily routine for general health and wellbeing, but it has also been hailed for addressing some of these conditions, which can in some cases be debilitating :
fibromyalgia . . . . . . and much more.
Other cannabinoids from the cannabis plant have come to the forefront of the cannabis market in recent years. However, one particular cannabinoid, HHC (hexahydrocannabinol), has been making waves over the last year. HHC is present in the cannabis plant, but albeit in small amounts. It is common practice to produce HHC from hemp, using a hydrogenation technique. CBD (cannabidiol) is abundant in the hemp plant, once extracted, the next step is to distill the CBD and isolate it into a powder form. From this point the hydrogenation process is carried out to produce the semi-synthetic compound we know as HHC.
The popularity of HHC is already reaching major heights, and this could be due to the fact that it is pretty psychoactive, and also deemed as a legal compound because it is derived from hemp. Hemp is known for it's low THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) content. HHC has lasting effects, (12 hours approximately), which makes it the ideal cannabinoid to address pain relief. It can deliver a relaxing effect, and psychoactivity can be around 80% that of THC or Delta 9 as some refer to it. Of course, Delta 9 is illegal and banned for consumption in many countries.
In particular HHC vapes in Germany are simple to access, and a good choice for those who desire a psychoactive effect in conjunction with addressing some health concerns.
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