One thing that can make pursuing your smoking hobby difficult is living in a place that has official management or a board. Many people receive complaints about the smoke or the smell that smoking cannabis, cbd, and tobacco can produce. While it may initially seem like you might have to give up your hobby, there is a far easier solution that can actually be beneficial to you in other ways as well. This solution is vaping. Cannabis, cbd, and tobacco can all be used with vaporizers, and these devices help make the process safer and even cleaner for users. Let’s take a look at how switching to vaporizing can help get your building management off of your back.
The use of dab rigs and vaporizers has become extremely popular and commonplace over the last couple of years, with users of each product swearing by their respective effectiveness. While there may not be a clear-cut winner between the two methods, both have their own distinct characteristics.
There has long been a debate centered around which method of cannabis use was superior: vaping or smoking. While many are rooted in their own preferred method, there are several concrete reasons that would suggest vaping is a far better way to use than smoking.
If you’re new to vape technology, something as simple as picking a cartridge can quickly become overwhelming. From battery choices to potency, terpene flavor profiles to sativas, indicas, and hybrids – there’s a whole world of choices you can enjoy with a click of a button and a deep breath.
Cannabinoid enthusiasts around the country are exploring a new type of high in the form of Delta-8. This lab-synthesized cannabinoid can be extracted from hemp, giving it enough legal leeway to encourage a huge boom in consumer popularity over the past three years. Consumers say Delta-8 provides a milder high than its close cousin, Delta-9 (the cannabis industry’s standard THC).
According to a New York Times feature, Delta-8, “is the fastest growing segment of products derived from hemp (…) with an estimated consumer sales of at least $10 million.
The effects of the cannabis plant have been desired, dissected, demonized, and discussed for centuries. Until recently, cannabis has been seen mostly as a delinquent pastime for unmotivated teens and stoners.
But in the last few years, cannabis, and the cultural associations people have with the plant, have shifted dramatically. As people began to realize that cannabis has a multitude of health benefits - from anxiety relief to pain management, from nausea cessation to alleviating the lifelong trauma associated with post-traumatic stress disorder - cannabis’s value has skyrocketed, leaving behind the stigma its usage once carried.