If you like to steam e-cigarette and want to see for yourself whether marijuana has a positive health benefit for you, Cannabis Liquid could be an exciting product for you.
You can also try steaming with liquid cannabis aroma if you have no experience as a steamer.
Many users report a beneficial and relaxing effect when steaming with cannabis oil. Steaming could also be of interest for you in the health sector. Because cannabis liquid with CBD oil contains substances that occur naturally in marjiuana and are considered to be beneficial to health.
With this article we provide you with interesting information about the cannabis plant and the ingredients in hemp. We will discuss the possible positive effects on health.
You'll also find out why you shouldn't equate steaming with an e-cigarette or vaporizer with smoking hash and marijuana.
How does steaming cannabis liquids with the e-cigarette work?
We call liquid the liquid that provides the aroma when steaming with the e-cigarette.
The function of an electronic cigarette is easily explained: The flavoured liquid is filled into a small tank. After switching on the e-cigarette, a small amount of the liquid is heated. This produces flavoured steamthat can be inhaled.
Steaming can help smokers quit smoking. A positive effect: unlike smoking conventional cigarettes, less harmful substances are inhaled during steaming. Liquids are also available with or without nicotine. So you can completely do without the harmful nicotine when steaming Cannabis Liquid.
Liquids for e-cigarettes are available in many flavours. You can choose between classic flavours like apple, cinnamon, cherry or cannabis liquid flavours.
The special thing about Liquids with Marjiuana Aroma: high-quality Liquids contain active ingredients of the hemp plant, which could be relevant for your well-being and your health.
One of these active ingredients is cannabidiol, which your body absorbs while vaporizing the hemp liquid. This cannabinoid is a substance derived from the female hemp plant. It is said that CBD, the abbreviation for cannabidiol, has pharmacological and antipsychotic effects.
Before we tell you more about these extraordinary substances, we will briefly discuss the legal aspects of Marijuana Liquids.
According to the current legal situation in Germany, only Cannabis Liquid without THC (short for the psychoactive substance "Tetrahydrocannabinol") is legal. Whether cannabis liquid will be legalized with THC is currently uncertain.
Hemp: The traditional medicinal plant and its valuable active ingredients
"Cannabis sativa" is the scientific name for the hemp plant. Nowadays it is mainly known as a drug for intoxication. The effect of hemp as one of the oldest traditional medicinal plants is often underestimated.
The Indian literature described already 400 years B.C. medical applications of hemp against pain and with epilepsy. Cannabis was used in European monasteries to treat rheumatism and bronchial diseases.
In addition, the hemp plant was considered a medicinal plant in many cultures. In order to curb the abuse as a narcotic, cannabis was banned worldwide from the middle of the 20th century.
This also concerned medical applications with cannabis products, although the plant has a broad therapeutic spectrum that could be of interest for the treatment of many health problems.
Cannabis: What active substances does the plant contain?
The cannabis plant contains numerous pharmacologically active ingredients. To date, 113 different cannabinoids have been discovered. These are the most important pharmacologically active cannabinoids:
- Cannabidiol (CBD)
- Δ9-Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)
- Cannabigerol (CBG)
- Cannabinol (CBN)
- Cannabichromas (CBC)
Of these, THC is mainly psychoactive and responsible for the intoxicating effect of cannabis use. THC is mainly found in the marijuana blossom. CBD on the other hand is only slightly psychoactive.
In Germany cannabis liquids and CBD oils legally available on the market are produced from specially bred hemp varieties which may only reach an extremely low THC content.
This means that steaming marijuana liquid or using CBD oil does not cause noise. The limit value of 0.2 % THC per plant must not be exceeded. Under optimal conditions and depending on the variety, intoxicating marijuana contains up to 30 % tetrahydrocannabinol.
Cannabis drugs containing this substance have so far only been approved for medical use. Drugs containing tetrahydrocannabinol are subject to the German Narcotics Act (BtMG) and may only be given to patients by pharmacies on presentation of a special prescription.
THC-free hemp products such as Aromaliquids with hemp, CBD oil, hempseed and hempseed oil are not subject to the Narcotics Act and may therefore be freely bought and sold.
What diseases can cannabis help with?
In the present, the old hemp plant is increasingly coming to the fore as a "medical drug". Medical hemp is tested and used for a variety of chronic diseases.
This includes, among other things, these diseases:
- Tourette's syndrome
- multiple sclerosis
- Crohn's disease
- ankylosing spondylitis
- Parkinson's disease
- anxiety disorders
- chronic pains
- and many other autoimmune diseases
A few examples:
- Marijuana can be used, for example, to support the recovery process when patients after chemotherapy or HIV suffer from loss of appetite, nausea and vomiting and need to gain weight.
- Patients suffering from a weakened immune system after serious illness may also be prescribed medicinal hemp under certain circumstances.
- Similarly, chronically ill patients are prescribed medical hemp on prescription. As a rule, health insurance companies cover the costs of medical cannabis.
In March 2017, an important amendment to the law on the use of cannabis drugs came into force.
Since then, doctors have even been allowed to prescribe dried marijuana flowers on prescription to seriously ill patients, in addition to prepared medications, if this is necessary for therapeutic purposes.
However, such narcotic prescriptions are only issued to a small circle of patients under strict conditions. BTM prescriptions are used to prescribe drugs that fall under the Narcotics Law, for example because they have an intoxicating effect.
Although we welcome the new bill in principle, it excludes the possibility that many patients may benefit from the potential health effects of cannabis products. Cannabis can not only improve the health of people with serious illnesses, but can also help with various other problems.
Cannabis liquids could therefore be an alternative for patients and interested parties who do not have the possibility to legally obtain hemp medicinal products.
Results of studies on the efficacy of cannabis
Science is still in its infancy with the studies on the effectiveness of hemp medicine. Findings are primarily based on smaller studies and patient reports. Apotheken Umschau mentions some study results in the article "Cannabis as a drug possible" and discusses possible benefits and risks of cannabis therapy.
The magazine reports, for example, on a publication by a research group of the University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation. The study group evaluated data from approximately 6500 study participantswith different diseases. The study shows a good effect, e.g. in pain therapy for cancer patients.
According to the publication from 2015, patients with paraplegia or multiple sclerosis spasticity could also achieve a good effect with medicinal hemp. The study leader of the British research team around Penny F. Whiting has shown a positive effect in the treatment of nausea and vomiting associated with chemotherapy.
A somewhat older study goes back to the University of Rostock. In 2007, the Institute of Toxicology and Pharmacology at the University of Rostock succeeded in proving that cannabinoids could stimulate the production of endogenous inhibitors against cells of cervical cancer and lung cancer.
Animal experiments have also shown that cannabinoids can inhibit the growth of tumour cells and even cause cell death. Based on these research results, the University of Rostock has been financially supported by the German Research Foundation (DFG) for more than 15 years.
Cannabis active substances resemble endogenous substances
Scientific studies seem to prove the efficacy of cannabis products, but so far they are mostly small research projects. Some physicians see the hemp plant as an important remedy for the future.
For this reason, research funds are currently being made available to carry out further studies and investigations.
The cornerstone of many new and current research projects is a discovery about 20 years old: the endocannabinoid system (ECS), a part of our nervous system.
The nervous system is the vital control centre in our body. It works closely with the hormone system and controls all body functions.
These include, for example:
- hormone release
In addition to these bodily functions, mental functions such as thinking, learning, consciousness and sensations are also influenced by the central nervous system.
The central nervous system (CNS), or more precisely the endocannabinoid system, also includes the CB1 and CB2 receptors, which can be pharmacologically influenced by the use of cannabinoids.
The cannabinoid receptor 1 (CB1) occurs particularly in nerve cells and contributes to the control of various processes in the organism. For example, it plays an important role in appetite, stress, addictive behaviour and anxiety.
The cannabinoid receptor 2 (CB2) is mainly located on cells that are responsible for the immune system, bone formation and bone resorption. In addition, the endocannabinoid system is involved in many other physiological processes such as body movements, pain perception, sleep quality, cell protection and cancer.
The fact that the active substances of hemp could have a positive effect on human health is probably due to the fact that our body produces substances that are very similar to the cannabinoids of the hemp plant.
When cannabinoids are used, they interact with the two receptors CB1 and CB2 in a similar way to keys and keyholes.
What positive effects could steaming with cannabis aroma have for you?
Marijuana Liquid is often mistakenly associated with smoking weed. When smoking joints, the intoxicating effect is the main focus. The situation is different when steaming marijuana aroma.
The THC-free Aromaliquid does not contain any noisy substance, but pharmacologically active ingredients that you can take advantage of. One of these is the CBD, which is said to be responsible for the therapeutic effect.
The following health-relevant properties are said to be cannabidiol and are currently being tested:
- antiemitic (soothing nausea and vomiting)
- neuroprotective (protecting nerve cells)
- tumor cell killing.
In addition to these effects, other properties are known to be helpful in supporting health. The effects of CBD can be complemented by the combination with the active ingredient THC. However, this psychoactive cannabinoid is not permitted in Marijuanaliquid according to current case law.
What health problems could cannabis liquids help you with?
Whether on social networks or in the media, you've probably heard and read a lot about the medical effects of CBD oil lately. Clinical experience and numerous positive patient reports support the broad spectrum of possible applications.
The cannabinoids contained in Cannabis Liquid may also help you if, for example, you suffer from these health problems:
- chronic pains
- loss of appetite
- frequent nausea
- gastrointestinal complaints
- elevated blood sugar
- skin problems such as eczema, neurodermatitis, psoriasis
- muscle cramps
According to experience reports of some users, Liquids with marijuana aroma could also be used successfully against lack of concentration, restlessness, back pain and stress reduction.
Another area of application is the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorders ('PTSD'). Cannabis is said to help process bad experiences and traumas to support and accelerate the processing process.
What advantages can cannabis liquid have over conventional medicine and smoking?
Steaming cannabis liquid can be an alternative to conventional medicines for you. In contrast to painkillers and sleeping pills, steaming THC-free cannabis liquid with a vaporizer or e-cigarette does not lead to dependency.
In addition, no physical or mental impairment can occur as a result of steaming THC-free liquids, as is the case, for example, with the psychoactive effect of smoking weed.
By inhaling a vaporized liquid with CBD oil via e-cigarette or vaporizer, the cannabidiol enters the bloodstream directly via the mucous membranes.
This allows a faster onset of action than with the regular use of CBD oil. Therefore only a small amount of Cannabis Liquid is needed for steaming.
In comparison with marijuana consumption via joints or pipes, there is another advantage that is likely to have a positive effect on your health: you do not need tobacco when vaporizing cannabis liquid. So you're protecting your body from nicotine.
What you should watch out for when buying Cannabis Liquid
We assume that you want to use a high quality aroma liquid. We therefore recommend that you always use liquids from European manufacturers:
- On the one hand, this ensures that you get a clear product description without serious translation errors.
- On the other hand, European manufacturers must comply with strict guidelines and quality standards. This contributes to the safety when steaming a cannabis liquid with CBD.
Finally, important note: Cannabis Liquid is not a medicine and not a panacea - yet it may help you with various problems.
For many of our readers, hemp products and aromatic liquids with CBD oil are part of a healthy lifestyle. They attribute CBD oils in different forms to the fact that they could contribute to a better general condition and relieve symptoms of illness.
If you would like to try Cannabis Liquid and convince yourself, we hope we have answered your most important questions. Cannabis oil for evaporation is offered in the trade under names such as Marijuana Aroma, E Liquid Cannabis or Hemp E-Liquid.
Note: In this article we report on prescription cannabis, prescription CBD or over-the-counter or legal CBD. This Article does not make any proposal as to the possible purpose of the proposal and is for information and education purposes only. Promises of healing and benefits are excluded.