FAQs about Vaping and CBD

Here are just some of the FAQs about vaping and CBD

1. Is Vaping Bad for You?

The King of ALL commonly asked vaping questions and it’s a question that needs to certainly be asked. Is vaping bad for you? No doubt you’ve been bombarded with scare stories in the media– so what’s the genuine fact?

Nothing is 100% safe, nevertheless, there is a wide and growing agreement from a number of weighty medical professions and organisations that vaping is certainly at least 95% much safer than smoking cigarettes.

Putting that into perspective indicates that whilst there is a small risk, the truth is vaping is substantially much safer than cigarette smoking by a country mile.

However, do not take my word for it.

vaping vs smoking public health england video
Guess which jar is the result of Smoking Cigarettes.

Professor John Newton, Director for Health Improvement at Public Health England says:

We continue to keep the evidence on e-cigarettes under review.

However smoking kills half of life long smokers and accounts for almost 220 deaths in England every day.

PHE has always been clear that while not completely risk free, UK regulated e-cigarettes carry a fraction of the risk of smoked tobacco.

If you don’t smoke don’t vape.

But if you smoke there is no situation where it would be better for your health to continue smoking rather than switching completely to vaping.

UK medical associations currently supporting vaping as a far safer alternative to smoking include Cancer Research UK – Public Health England – British Heart Foundation – British Medical Association – Royal College of General Practitioners – UK Faculty of Public Health – British Psychological Society plus very many more.

So…who are you going to believe? A tabloid scare story or a renowned and highly respected group of medical professionals and associations?

2. Is Nicotine Dangerous?

Another often asked concern about vaping.

There’s a prevalent mistaken belief that nicotine triggers cancer– quite merely that is blatantly untrue.

Sure nicotine is addictive, however, it is carefully lined up with the caffeine you find in coffee– which lots of states they are addicted to!

is nicotine safe frequently asked vaping concerns?
Used properly nicotine is a reasonably safe drug and let’s face it, if it was so bad– then why is it completely acceptable in patches– gums and sprays?

Once again, don’t take my word for it!

The popular UK Royal Society for Public Health [RSPH] states:

… nicotine is no more damaging than caffeine.

Getting individuals onto nicotine rather than using tobacco would make a huge distinction to the public’s health– plainly, there are concerns in terms of having actually cigarette smokers addicted to nicotine, however, this would move us on from having a severe and pricey public health issue from smoking-related illness to rather attend to the problem of dependency to a compound which in and of itself is not too different to caffeine dependency.

There you have it and from the experts– all this BS making nicotine the huge bad harmful boy is in reality BS

3. What Exactly Is In E-liquids?

Another of those frequently asked concerns that consist of the myths that e-liquids include anti-freeze and even embalming fluid– yeah I know– insane doesn’t cover it!

OK, your average bottle of e-liquid bought from a credible source consists of Propylene Glycol– Vegetable Glycerin– Nicotine and Flavourings.

PG can be discovered as the base for to name a few items asthma inhalers.
Naturally made from plant oils and discovered in many things consisting of cough medicines.
Nicotine as we’ve currently found is non-carcinogenic and fairly harmless.
Flavourings– all food safe.
BTW– I’ll take a look at commonly asked vaping concerns about flavours a little later. combat the flavoured e-liquid restriction

In essence, the e-liquid you buy from reputable sources, specifically here in the UK, is highly controlled and safe.

One given that debunked research study recommended the heating of the e-liquid created formaldehyde– this is again blatantly untrue as to produce that chemical would indicate burning the juice at a temperature level far expensive for anyone to vape!

As for the anti-freeze myth– again total BS.

It’s really some consist of propylene glycol– however, that’s as far as it goes. Simply another of those myths around vaping utilized to reject what is a life-saving innovation.

Again do not take my word for it!

A research study released in the Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics showed animals kept in a glycol filled chamber for lots of months revealed NO damage externally or internally:

Evaluation at autopsy also stopped working to reveal any distinctions between the animals kept in glycolized air and those living in the regular space environment.

A substantial histological research study of the lungs was made to establish whether the glycol had produced any generalized or local irritation.

None was discovered.

The kidneys, liver, spleen and bone marrow likewise were typical.

More lies and misconceptions rebutted

4. Why So Many Calls For E-Liquid Flavour Bans?

Madness is the main answer to this one1

It was truly only when JUUL got here in America and reports was available in that kids were exploring since they like the flavours that all this madness started.

I’ve covered the alleged teenager vape epidemic so many times it tends to result in me banging my head off my keyboard!

The plain reality is– there is NO teenager vaping epidemic here in the UK or the US– the ‘numbers’ have actually just been rubbed in an attempt to show there is!

I wrote an in-depth short article, linked above, showing the old quote– lies damn lies and stats– enters into play.

Simply put they asked kids if they’d vaped in the last 30 days and NOT if they were regular vapers. Many kids had stated sure they ‘d tried however not continued to vape– sly massaging of the numbers or what!

FDA e-liquid flavour restriction
And faced with the growing number of vapers meaning less cash from Tobacco Master Settlement Agreements and undoubtedly sales to Big Pharma and Tobacco, plus the simple tip kids may be hooked on nicotine, leading to the panic and hysteria we’re now seeing.

Trump has of course recently responded by banning flavoured sealed cartridges and pods– but the anti vape brigade desires ALL flavoured e-liquids prohibited– however are NOT assaulting lit tobacco in the same way.

Rather merely flavoured e-liquids– even candy flavours– attract grownups and DO help them quit smoking.

As always it’s about the cash honey and NOT science.

And once again, do not take my word for it.

Teacher Michael Siegel is specific flavour prohibits WILL drive vapers back to smoking and in turn, cost lives:

… there are at least 2.5 million adult vapers who trust e-cigarettes to keep themselves off extremely addictive and deadly tobacco-burning cigarettes.

And the majority of these former cigarette smokers are reliant upon flavoured e-liquids, due to the fact that the entire point of vaping is to get away from the taste of, and dependence on tobacco.

Grownups vape flavours too!

5. Is Secondhand Vapour From E-cigarettes Dangerous?

This is yet another bad science misconception that no matter the number of times professionals prove there’s no such thing as ‘passive vaping’

What Vapur Clouds?

A research study by the California Department of Public Health saw undercover monitoring of a number of cloudy filled vape stores.

The outcomes revealed:

  • Nicotine: Not identified
  • Glycidol: Not identified
  • Formaldehyde: 7.2 ppb
  • Diacetyl: Not detected using the standard method
  • 2,3-Pentanedione: Not detected using the requirement method
  • Acetyl butyryl: Not identified utilizing the standard technique
  • Acetoin: Not identified using the requirement approach
  • Acetone: Not spotted
  • Ethylbenzene: Not detected
  • m,p-Xylene: Not detected
  • o-Xylene: Not spotted
  • Toluene: Not identified
  • Acetaldehyde: Not identified
  • Acetonitrile: Not discovered
  • alpha-pinene: Not detected
  • Benzene: Not spotted
  • Chloroform: Not spotted
  • d-Limonene: Not spotted
  • Methylene chloride: Not found
  • Methyl methacrylate: Not found
  • n-Hexane: Not discovered
  • Styrene: Not found


Remember, these samples were taken in cloud-filled hectic vape stores using cutting-edge technology!

And guess what– the ‘researchers’ decided NOT to publish their findings as it didn’t fit the story– naughty!

Thankfully Professor Michael Siegel has actually leaked the findings and gladly released them.

The pro-vaping teacher stated:.

This study adds to the proof that under real-life conditions, “previously owned vaping” does not appear to present any considerable health dangers.

Despite the claims of numerous anti-vaping companies, the documented health risks of “previously owned vaping” seem minimal.

And this is in an environment with relatively severe conditions– there was a visible cloud of vapour at times.

So NO there’s no danger from pre-owned vapour.

6. Is Vaping Illegal Indoors Within Public Spaces?

This is one of those grey areas and depends on the country and regional bylaws.

Permit vaping in the workplace states UK government
Here in the UK there is NO law that exists making vaping ‘prohibited’ in clubs– clubs– shopping centers or perhaps movie theatres.

What has occurred is lots of regional councils– private organizations and companies have produced their own rules.

Much of those restrictions– such as at my local al fresco train station are simply absurd.

Much work is being done by advocacy and vape industry groups to clarify the rules surrounding vaping in public spaces.

The New Nicotine Alliance, in particular, approves this and has an exceptional Considerate Vaping project.

vaping-welcome
Medical facilities and NHS properties should make vaping welcome– image by means of NNA
Whilst the effective UK All-Party Parliamentary Group for Vaping [APPG] is pushing for indoor vape bans at work and play to be raised:

They state:

… there remains an understanding amongst the public that passive vaping is as damaging as secondhand smoke and it is vital for guidance in this area.

Public vaping bans most likely perpetuate this perception; after all, why restrict it if it is relatively harmless.

Undoubtedly.

7. Is Vaping Dangerous When Pregnant?

This is one of those grey areas and depends on the country and regional bylaws.

Permit vaping in the workplace states UK government
Here in the UK, there is NO law that exists making vaping ‘prohibited’ in clubs– clubs– shopping centres or perhaps movie theatres.

What has occurred is lots of regional councils– private organizations and companies have produced their own rules.

Much of those restrictions– such as at my local al fresco train station are simply absurd.

Much work is being done by advocacy and vape industry groups to clarify the rules surrounding vaping in public spaces.

The New Nicotine Alliance, in particular, approves this and has an exceptional Considerate Vaping project.

vaping-welcome
Medical facilities and NHS properties should make vaping welcome– image by means of NNA
Whilst the effective UK All-Party Parliamentary Group for Vaping [APPG] is pushing for indoor vape bans at work and play to be raised:

They state:

… there remains an understanding amongst the public that passive vaping is as damaging as secondhand smoke and it is vital for guidance in this area.

Public vaping bans most likely perpetuate this perception; after all why restrict it if it is relatively harmless.

Undoubtedly.

In Summary Obiousley People have many more questions and often misconceptions about vaping and CBD, which In my opinion fueled by the tobacco industry to protect their incomes rather than peoples health.

So please send us a message if you have any more questions.

Thanks for reading

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