Next I took a good hard drag from the Kbox, inhaling deeply and holding for a short time before exhaling. The flavor of the oil struck me as being ever so slightly sweet, but with a noticeable chemical after taste. This is most likely due to the company's mixture of vegetable glycol and man made propylene glycol. The vape had a slight chamomile or lemon scent to it when exhaled. Flavor wise, it wasn't perfect, but it was better than I expected given the color of the oil itself.
Opening the bottle, I noticed that it was ever so slightly cloudy with a light yellowish tint to it. The oil itself has a slightly waxy look to it in the bottle, and small deposits on the dropper itself. I filled the Nano tank with the usual one dropper full of CBD oil, and set the burn for my usual 25 watt temperature with full bore draw. I activated the element for two seconds until I heard a soft crackle from the Kbox, and then stopped. This was to make certain I had a good clean burn.
Second burn: 35 watt. Oil clears slightly, burns better. Same large cloud, but easier to inhale.
Kit used: Kbox with Nano tank.
On my second run, I upped the wattage to 35 watts, to see if the oil/wax behaved better. As before I gave the Kbox a quick pulse to heat the oil, and then a long drag. Like the first test, the oil produced a slight chemical after taste, but this was not as strong as with the lower wattage. The flavor remained the same pure taste, and the effect seemed to work faster than before. The oil remained cloudy in the tank, but not to such an extent that it had with the lower temperature. As before, the mellow feeling with slight giddyness lasted quite some time, though it seemed to come about from the moment of the first pull. The higher temperature also produced a slight numbing feeling in the legs and arms, as well as an overall loss of pain in other regions in the body.
Would I recommend it?
I relaxed and waited to see how long the oil took to take effect, and found that it did not take long for me to start to feel the effects. I encountered a very mellow, relaxed feeling, with a very slight excitability which suggested a minor amount of THC present in the oil itself. This feeling lasted several hours, having started only moments from my first consumption.
CBD is non-psychoactive because it does not act on the same pathways as THC. These pathways, called CB1 receptors, are highly concentrated in the brain and are responsible for the mind-altering effects of THC.
A review published in Current Drug Safety concludes that CBD “does not interfere with several psychomotor and psychological functions.” The authors add that several studies suggest that CBD is “well tolerated and safe” even at high doses. CBD has nonetheless long been known to have useful anti-spasmodic, anti-epileptic, anti-anxiety, and antipsychotic properties.
CBD and THC levels tend to vary among different plants. Marijuana grown for recreational purposes often contains more THC than CBD. However, by using selective breeding techniques, cannabis breeders have managed to create varieties with high levels of CBD and next to zero levels of THC. These strains are rare but have become more popular in recent years.
CBD is non-psychoactive
CBD is one of over 60 compounds found in cannabis that belong to a class of molecules called cannabinoids. Of these compounds, CBD and THC are usually present in the highest concentrations, are, therefore, the most recognized and studied.
A survey by Stanford researchers of 19 severely epileptic children found that 84% experienced substantial seizure reductions from CBD-enriched cannabis.
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Unlike THC, CBD does not cause a high. While this makes CBD a poor choice for recreational users, it gives the chemical a significant advantage as a medicine, since health professionals prefer treatments with minimal side effects.