• John Cocktostone
    886
    Fwiw...

    Had the lungs tested again by my Immunologist. Doc knows about all my habits. Lungs are perfect. He advised that if I am going to inhale nicotine that ecigs are still the way to go.

    He feels that while inhaling anything but air is bad, this whole vape hype is a scam. His worst patients are still smokers.
  • Triad
    34
    It just seems very strange that for past couple year these carts were going around there wasn't no problems at least what we heard about. Now the legal industry is up and running and we have problems. Maybe this is a way to try and kill the black market . Just saying we heard this story before when cannabis was made illegal and everybody was told that marijuana is one of the worst drugs out there. Makes you think!
  • CarelessDogg
    2
    I am in no way affiliated with Synergy Extracts, but here's a related post from their newsletter:

    Should you vape CBD?

    Vaping is the act of inhaling and exhaling vaporised liquid through an electronic device known as a vaporiser or vape pen. The term "Vape" is used because CBD vape pens and mods do not produce smoke. As they do not use a “burning” process.

    In a typical vape pen or vape mod that accepts CBD vape oils, there’s a pretty simple process. A battery-powered ceramic heating element quickly heats the CBD vape oil until it turns into a vapour. Which is in turn, inhaled.

    Then, the vaporised CBD e-liquid passes through tiny air sacs in the lungs, called alveoli. Just before entering the bloodstream. From there, the CBD compound travels to the brain rapidly to interact with the cannabinoid receptors in the brain. Which are part of the endocannabinoid system.

    However, there are some types of vaporisers that allow you to “vape” CBD flower or CBD Wax concentrates. But, in order to vape CBD in a standard CBD vape pen or vape mod – a “liquid” CBD vape oil is required so the oil can “flow” onto the coil. So, what makes liquid CBD vape oils so different?

    What is in CBD Vape Oils?

    Typically, the CBD extract will be blended with a carrier liquid in a CBD e-liquid. Often times, that carrier liquid is propylene glycol (PG) or vegetable glycerin (VG), or a mixture of both. The main reason for this is, PG creates a stronger throat hit, while VG creates thicker clouds. Essentially meaning to mimic the feeling you get from smoking – and for aesthetic purposes. Because, blowing out big, huge clouds is just plain fun. Plain and simple.

    However, there is another common additive in CBD vape juices and e-liquids – flavourings. Many manufacturers use artificial flavourings, while others opt for more natural flavourings, like terpenes, such as ourselves. Here at Synergy Extracts, our CBD cartridges for CBD vape pens contain purely and only CBD and the natural flavourings/terpenes.

    Is Vaping CBD Safe?

    This is a question that has been coming up a lot lately. Especially since, in the US, there has been a lot of health-related issues with vaping in recent months. Mainly linked to black market counterfeit THC vape cartridges, which contained unknown cutting agents, such as Vitamin E acetate as well as having heavy metal and pesticide residues. The simple answer is, introducing a foreign, unknown liquid you bought off the street into your lungs is not the best for you. This is why we advise people to use “concentrated” cannabis extracts which have a VERY long history of safe human consumption, and so that you only need to take in micro doses to get the desired effect. When it comes to vaping the purer the extract the better.

    One major factor to note- Millions of people have been vaping cannabis oils for decades/centuries and nicotine e-liquids safely for many years. Since around 2007. And these reports seem to have begun very recently – i.e. summer of 2019

    How to Use CBD Vape Oils?

    When it comes to knowing how to use CBD vape oils, first things first is knowing your product. Such as the vape equipment and the type of CBD vape juice you have or plan on using. Is it disposable or refillable? A cartridge or a tank? A pen or a mod? What is the CBD vape oil you have made of? Is it the right kind for the vape you’re going to use? Was it bought from a trustworthy source?

    Know your CBD Vape equipment.

    Knowing your CBD vape equipment is just as important as knowing your CBD vape oil. Because if utilised incorrectly, it can at the least – cost you a pretty penny. The easiest way to avoid this is to follow the instructions, or user manual, that came with your new vaporizer. But, let’s go over the different kinds and how they work. As well as, what you can use in them, shall we?

    Large Tank Style Vape: Consists of a vape battery of choice with a tank and cotton coil. Will require a CBD e-liquid made of PG and/or VG to fill the tank with.

    Vape pens: There are two types of CBD Vape Pens, disposable and reusable.

    Disposable Vape Pens: Cartridge will come pre-filled with CBD extract and attached permanently to the battery, once your done, the entire unit is fit for the bin (the least environmentally friendly and not sold on our website for this reason)

    Refillable CBD Vape pens: Come pre-filled and the cartridge can be topped up with high potency CBD Distillate vape oil. The battery is rechargeable via a USB charger. However, you will want to recycle the cartridge once the coil is burnt. Otherwise, you’ll effect the flavour of the fresh terpene rich oils. You can refill your cartridge with any high purity CBD Distillate vape oil.

    Vape pens are typically for beginners but, they are popular with beginners and experienced vapers alike. Purely for the convenience factor. They’re an easy and mess-free option. They also allow more controlled and accurate dosing with a fairly consistent 2.5mg of CBD per puff.

    It is our opinion that vaping CBD concentrates is without a doubt the most enjoyable, cost effective and cleanest way to intake CBD. CBD Concentrates are usually upwards of 70% potency and you can take in larger flavourful doses in one hit. 1mg-5mg-30mg-50mg or even 100mg of CBD could be placed into the chamber and vaporised in one hit. Plus, the devices used to vaporise CBD Concentrates can be cleaned and reused over and over again which is more environmentally friendly.

    Determining Your CBD Dosage?

    Because each CBD vape pen, DabPen and tank is capable of different levels of vapour output… and each person’s puffs take in different amounts of vapour – there is no definitive way to determine your dosage. That being said, the first step to vaping CBD is knowing how much to vape – and which strength to buy. Several factors go into determining this, such as:

    CBD strength
    Delivery method
    Bodyweight
    Body chemistry
    However, it is highly recommended that you start with the lowest possible dose. Then gradually increase by 5 mg intervals as needed. Because there are so many variables. The lowest dosage possible based off of weight would be:

    36-68kg: 12mg
    68-108kg: 18mg
    108+kg: 25mg
    As mentioned, the equipment comes into play as well. For example, a standard Synergy Extracts 0.5mL cartridge can provide approximately 100 puffs total. Depending on puff duration of course. As a result, a 0.5mL cartridge containing 250 mg of CBD will give you around 2.5 mg of CBD per puff.

    Should You Vape CBD?

    The answer to this question is, it’s really up to you. At Synergy Extracts, we recommend you research the product before you use it. In many cases your inhaling a lot of unnecessary compounds in order to get your dose of CBD. That’s why our products have no harmful chemicals utilised. Our customers, and their health, matter to us. Otherwise, we wouldn’t be in this business. Although is takes a little bit more knowledge on equipment vaporising CBD Concentrates such as our CBD Crumble, CBD Diamonds and Sauce and CBD Crystal is by far the best option, not to mention the most cost effective.

    If you're ready to try premium quality CBD take advantage of our special welcome bonus below to save 15% off your purchase.

    15% coupon code: SAVE15
  • Dankpup
    93
    he talks about “politicians worried about MSA money drying up” or something to that effect, source? Quote or link? That would be a crucial piece of evidence when peddling a conspiracy. I’m not saying he’s pulling it out of his ass or evidence doesn’t exist but it’s a long video and he has editing skills so why would you fail to include that?
    Just critiquing the video not ripping on you okla68m.
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