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Can you take CBD Oil or Vape Liquid on a Plane?

Posted by Jennifer lawrence on Nov 24th 2020

Can you take CBD Oil or Vape Liquid on a Plane?
Before you start packing your bags, you should make sure to check out all the laws and regulations regarding CBD (cannabidiol – an ingredient of marijuana)on a plane. Following the 2018Farm Bill that legalized marijuana production in the US, it is still risky to travel just anywhere with it. That bill legalized manufacture, but not the use and possession, especially in the air or abroad. In this article we will talk about taking your CBD v...
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How to travel with CBD vape oils

Posted by Jennifer lawrence on Nov 15th 2020

How to travel with CBD vape oils
Traveling should be a source of relaxation and pleasure, but if you are planning to travel with your CBD vapes, you may be signing up for a bumpy ride.Today, we will share with you some tips for a stress-free travel experience with CBD vape oils.We will present the CBD-related laws and regulations, outline the different types of CBD oils, give you a checklist of what to bring with you, and provide some packing tips.In the US, CBD oils have b...
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Vaping CBD and Lung Damage – Key Facts

Posted by Jennifer lawrence on Nov 4th 2020

Vaping CBD and Lung Damage – Key Facts
As news of people getting sick and even dying due to vaping started spreading, there have been many conflicting opinions and heated debates.We will try to shed some light on the issue.There’s no doubt that vaping is a fairly new territory. Therefore, we may not know all the potential long-term risks yet. However, there are some things we do know.Here’s a quick overview of facts related to vaping: Vaping is 95% less harmful than consum...
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Vaping and Pregnancy – How Bad Is It for the Child?

Posted by Jennifer lawrence on Oct 30th 2020

Vaping and Pregnancy – How Bad Is It for the Child?
Smoking in pregnancy is a controversial topic, but what about vaping? Is it as harmful to the child as smoking tobacco?Researches Suzanne Froggatt, Nadja Reissland, and Judith Covey from the Psychology Department at Durham University conducted a study in an attempt to provide some answers to these questions.The study observed 83 infants born to smoking, vaping, and non-smoking non-vaping mothers. As a result, the children were prenatally exp...
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Two scientific studies confirm that vaping is safer than smoking

Posted by Jennifer lawrence on Sep 3rd 2020

Two scientific studies confirm that vaping is safer than smoking
Most of us are aware of the risk of getting cancer or cardiovascular disease from smoking cigarettes. That’s why this practice is steadily becoming less socially acceptable in large parts of the world. Unfortunately, cigarette smoking is also addictive, making quitting incredibly difficult for many people.Large numbers of smokers manage to break free from this addiction by switching to e-cigarettes (vaping) because these still give them...
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