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CBD is making headlines, and the inhaler is the newest form of taking this natural compound. Experts suggest it delivers a more accurate dose every time you need a healthy CBD hit.

Continue reading for more on CBD inhalers and how they might change the game as far as CBD consumption is concerned.

Nonetheless, you must be careful with inhalers. Remember, you are taking substances straight into your lungs. The brand you choose to buy from must uphold the highest pharmaceutical standards. You need only the highest quality products offering purity and efficacy.

Most people appreciate CBD inhalers because, unlike other forms, they are discrete, smoke and vapour-free, and with high bio-availability.

Different types of CBD Inhalers

Even though the market is flooded with these devices, they all fall into one of three categories that define their CBD concentration and composition.

Full-spectrum CBD inhalers: They contain natural hemp extracts with CBD, other cannabinoids, some THC traces (No more than 0.3%), terpenes, and omega fatty acids. They are, by far, the most popular since most people believe full-spectrum CBD products to be more effective than the other types.

Broad-spectrum CBD inhalers: Like full-spectrum inhalers, they have CBD, other cannabinoids, terpenes, and fatty acids. However, they lack THC. People sensitive to THC prefer broad-spectrum CBD inhalers.

Isolate CBD inhalers: They are considered the purest CBD inhalers. CBD makes up 99.9% of their compositions. Therefore, they lack other cannabinoids, THC, terpenes, and omega fatty acids.

Which are the best CBD inhalers?

Most experts and users would agree that Full-spectrum CBD inhalers are the best. It has to do with the perceived “Entourage Effect.” It states that CBD works best when you take it with other natural hemp ingredients like terpenes, THC traces, other cannabinoids, and fatty acids. Therefore, it promises higher efficacy levels even in low amounts. You also benefit from tens of other cannabinoid compounds present in the hemp plant.

Broad-spectrum inhalers are the second-best option. They deliver CBD’s benefits with the Entourage Effects. You get all the benefits minus THC.

Finally, we have CBD isolate inhalers. As mentioned earlier, they only contain CBD. You don’t get the Entourage Effect and don’t have to worry about THC intake. However, most users and experts report that it’s not as effective as the other types. You’ll have to take more to experience CBD’s effects.

Other ingredients in CBD inhalers

Most CBD inhalers contain other ingredients that improve the general experience. Some even come with additional benefits.

Below are some common CBD inhaler ingredients and their benefits to the human body.

Green Tea: It’s among the products of the Camellia Sinesis plant known for its high antioxidant activity. Green Tea is scientifically proven to come with a variety of health benefits. It can boost immune function and help fight inflammation. The herb is a natural healing element in Asian Traditional Medicine.

Ginseng: It’s a herb known for stimulating mental sharpness and physical ability. In addition, some experts believe it can boost immune function and protect against flu and colds.

Ginkgo Biloba: Also a herb. Ginkgo Biloba comes with a wide variety of benefits. The most noticeable ones include a general boost in brain function and reduced inflammation (It possesses high antioxidant activity).

Valcencene: It’s a terpene in Valencia oranges. Studies suggest its sweet citrus aroma can help boost brain activity.

Limonene: It’s also a terpene famous for its therapeutic effects. Specifically, it helps reduce stress and promotes good moods. Research also suggests it has anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties that have the potential to reduce tumour size.

Ashwagandha: Unlike the others, this is a unique botanical substance with adaptogenic properties. It nourishes the adrenal glands, boosts energy levels, and helps fight fatigue.

Brahmi: Also known as Bacopa. It’s also a botanical substance with therapeutic effects. According to studies and consumer reports, it can help boost memory function and sex drive. In addition to that, it can also help keep the mind at peace and free from anxiety.

CBD inhaler buyer’s guide: How to choose the best one

Unlike other CBD alternatives, inhalers go directly into your lungs. Therefore, you must be careful with your choice to avoid unwanted effects.

Below are some things to look out for when shopping for CBD inhalers.

UK, US, or EU-sourced Hemp

The hemp plant is a versatile species that can grow anywhere worldwide. It’s also a plant type that absorbs anything within its reach, including heavy metals. For this reason, you should only buy from CBD inhaler brands that source their hemp extract from the US, UK, or EU-certified cultivators. Hemp cultivation is strictly regulated in these regions. Therefore, the final product is less likely to contain toxic substances like herbicides, pesticides, and heavy metals.

Third-party testing

We advise you to buy solely from CBD inhaler brands that do third-party testing for all their CBD products. It’s a procedure that checks their concentrations for traces of harmful contaminants. Upon request, the brands must also readily produce their Certificates of Analysis (COA).

No oil

The CBD inhaler must use oil-free extract. Most people confuse “CBD oil” and “CBD extract.” They are two different substances.

After harvesting the buds and leaves of the hemp plant, manufacturers then obtain the CBD extract. Sometimes it’s also known as Hemp Extract because it contains other organic compounds besides CBD. Hemp/CBD Extract is the best for inhalers.

In CBD products like edibles, serums, and moisturisers, manufacturers mix the extract with a carrier oil like MCT. Since CBD is fat-soluble, they do this to increase its bio-availability, so it’s easier for the body to absorb.

Inhaling oils like MCT is dangerous. It can even lead to medical conditions like lipoid pneumonia. Stay away from inhalers that mention “oil” anywhere on their ingredient lists.

Go for full-spectrum or broad-spectrum CBD inhalers 

According to most people that take CBD, the Entourage Effect is real. It generally boosts CBD’s efficacy levels. Also, why would you want to miss out on other cannabinoid benefits? Remember, they are almost hundreds of them in Hemp Extract.

You can always go broad-spectrum if you don’t like THC but don’t want to miss out on the Entourage effect.

We understand that full-spectrum and broad-spectrum CBD products can cost more. However, because of their high potency, you’ll need to consume less of them at a go. They will last longer than CBD isolates.

Positive reviews

If you are new to CBD inhalers, we advise you to keep off brands whose products are relatively new to the market. Only buy CBD inhalers with several hundreds of verified customer reviews. That way, you are sure that they are generally safe for consumption and won’t put your health at risk.

While you are at it, look for lengthy reviews that describe the product’s effects. It will prepare you psychologically for what you’ll experience with the CBD inhaler.

Advantages of CBD inhalers

Most CBD users are aware of the hundreds of CBD products available. You can consume CBD in just about any form you can think of. The most popular alternatives include CBD edibles, vapes, and topicals.

Why then should you use CBD inhalers?

Below are some of the reasons why you should use CBD inhalers.

High bio-availability

Bio-availability measures how much CBD makes it into your bloodstream after ingestion. It’s never 100%. There is always some amount lost during digestion or absorption.

Most people believe that sublingual ingestion of CBD oils and tinctures is the most efficient alternative. Unfortunately, it’s not. It has a bioavailability rating of about 40 to 50%.

For those who aren’t aware, sublingual absorption requires you to hold the oil or tincture under your tongue for around 30 to 60 seconds. Your mouth’s inner lining will then absorb CBD directly into your bloodstream. It doesn’t involve digestion. Therefore, it’s faster than edibles (A bio-availability rating of less than 20%).

CBD inhalers have the highest bio-availability of around 80%. Absorption is almost instantaneous since there is no digestion.

For reference purposes:

CBD joints and cigarettes have 30% bio-availability.

Balms, lotions, and other topical products have the lowest bio-availability ratings (Usually around 5 to 10%).

CBD vapes have the second-highest bio-availability ratings ranging from 50 to 80%.

No lung or throat irritation

You’ll rarely suffer any side effects from using CBD inhalers. For this reason, more people are making the switch from cigarettes and vapes.

Cigarettes are the least preferred way of taking CBD. The raw smoke irritates the throat and can also damage the lungs.

Vapes are usually the alternative to cigarettes. However, they also come with possible side effects. Experts argue that heat can will damage CBD’s chemical structure-This can lead to lethal medical conditions if there are other unsuitable ingredients in the e-liquid.

Unlike cigarettes and vapes, CBD inhalers don’t use heat. Instead, they use safe and natural propellants to launch the CBD compounds into your lungs.

Accurate and consistent dosing

Some people argue that inhalers and vaporizers are the same. They are not.

Metered CBD inhalers deliver accurate doses. On the other hand, vaporizers do not.

Technology has enabled manufacturers to design inhalers that consistently deliver the same amount of CBD with each puff. That way, you can easily track your CBD consumption.

Cost-effective

You probably weren’t aware that CBD inhalers have the potential to help you save money. Because of their impressively high bio-availability, you don’t have to consume more to experience CBD’s effects. That also means you don’t have to purchase a litre-worth of CBD products.

A bottle of CBD inhaler contains around 200 puffs of CBD. Do the math, and you’ll find that each puff costs around 0.054 to 0.077 pounds. That’s good, considering the quality of CBD you are getting.

Discreetness

Every user has the right to CBD discreetness. Inhalers grant you that privilege.

Unlike cigarettes and vapes, they don’t produce any smoke or vapour. No one will know you are taking CBD. Also, you don’t have to spend 5 minutes taking your dose. You can take your puff within seconds.

General convenience

CBD Inhalers might be the most convenient form of consuming CBD. Unlike oils and tinctures, they don’t require any preparation. The devices are also small and compact enough. You can easily carry them in your pocket wherever you go.

CBD Inhalers FAQs

What is a CBD inhaler?

A CBD inhaler is another form of taking CBD extract. Its operation is similar to that of a medical inhaler.

Like any other CBD product, you use it whenever you want to satisfy your CBD needs. However, unlike the others, it’s the purest CBD form that hits the fastest (With a bio-availability rating of 80%).

CBD inhalers are popular among ex cigarette smokers and vapours turning away from smoke-related substances. They have helped millions of smokers on their cessation journeys. Studies show that CBD inhalers can help reduce up to 40% of daily cigarette smoking.

Note: Just because CBD inhalers look like medical inhalers, you shouldn’t use them as substitutes for asthma treatment. You must consult your doctor before using CBD inhalers (Especially if you have a respiratory condition).

How do CBD inhalers work?

CBD inhalers are similar to medical inhalers. They all use natural and safe propellants to launch the compounds through your airway and into your lungs. Their efficiency is light years better than other CBD products since they deliver CBD as little easy-to-absorb particles-This massively improves efficiency and bio-availability.

Therefore, unlike cigarettes and vapes, they don’t use any heat known for altering CBD’s chemical structure and triggering throat and lung complications. You also don’t have to speed more money on batteries and chargers.

The most common pharmaceutical propellants in CBD inhalers are tetrafluoroethane and albuterol. Besides launching the CBD extract, they also activate lung alveoli heads for easier absorption.

How do I use CBD inhalers?

You use CBD inhalers the same way you use medical inhalers. Nonetheless, we’ll go into detail and explain to those who have never used inhalers.

With the mouth cap on, you must shake your CBD inhaler. The act of shaking mixes the CBD extract and propellants together. Without shaking, puffs will be less consistent. They’ll contain unbalanced amounts of ingredients.

Next, gently breathe out and place your mouth on the inhaler mouthpiece. To open your airway, tilt your head slightly upwards.

Press down the canister to release the dose as you inhale deeply.

Finally, hold your breath for a few seconds for the compounds to settle in your lungs for optimal absorption.

Are CBD inhalers safe?

CBD inhalers are generally safe for use.

So far, after years in the market, they haven’t triggered any health conditions. Nonetheless, we always advise customers to source their CBD inhalers from reputable brands. They have significantly lower chances of producing low quality and harmful products.

Instead of side effects, CBD inhalers have brought positives for people looking to quit smoking. It has helped some people significantly reduce their daily smoking.

What are the positive effects of CBD inhalers?

The CBD in inhalers is similar to the CBD in other forms like edibles, oils, and tinctures. Therefore, the effects are the same (They are only more potent if you use CBD inhaler delivery).

CBD is known for its calming effects and the ability to relieve stress and induce deep sleep.

You should also note that CBD inhalers often come with other compounds that may have health benefits. Examples of such components include Green Tea, Gingseng, Ashwagandha, Brahmi, and Ginkgo Biloba.

Can CBD inhalers get me high?

No. CBD inhalers will not get you high.

THC is the cannabis component responsible for intoxication and cognitive impairment. However, legal CBD products (including inhalers) have low THC concentrations of less than 0.2%. You need about 15% to experience the “highness” effect.

Therefore, even potent full-spectrum CBD inhalers cannot get you high. After consumption, you are free to go about your everyday business.

How long does it take to experience the effects of CBD inhalers?

There are a lot of factors that affect CBD’s effectiveness. Even though inhalers promise fast delivery, the experience often relies on the extract’s quality and potency.

You’ll experience CBD’s light effects almost immediately. After around 30 to 90 minutes, the full blow will hit you.

Nevertheless, to experience most of CBD’s benefits, you must consistently consume the substance. Consistent use will increase CBD concentration in your blood. That way, you’ll always feel calm and relaxed.

What are the side effects of CBD inhalers?

With regulated use, CBD inhalers rarely trigger any side effects. Also, the chances of side effects are significantly low with CBD inhalers from reputable brands that have consistently proved their high-quality production.

That said, it’s still possible to suffer the side effects of CBD misuse and overdose. Some people forget that inhalers have the highest bio-availability rating of all CBD products. They underestimate the relatively small doses and take more of them.

CBD overdose can cause side effects like dry mouth, nausea, lightheadedness, and increased fatigue. We always advise our customers to start with small doses and slowly increase the dosage when they’re more comfortable with the substance.

Note: Pregnant women should not take any CBD products. Also, those with underlying medical conditions must consult their doctor before purchase. There have been some reports of CBD’s reaction to other medications.

What is the right dose for CBD inhalers?

Taking too much CBD will trigger unwanted effects. Unfortunately, there isn’t a general medically approved dose that will work for everyone. We still lack enough clinical evidence to come up with one. You’ll have to experiment with different amounts until you find one that induces your desired effects.

That said, here are some factors you can consider when coming up with your CBD dosage.

CBD concentration: Different inhalers come with varying CBD concentrations. Generally, you should take smaller doses of high concentration products and vice versa.

CBD sensitivity: We all react differently to CBD. A specific amount will induce feelings of calm in some. In others, it might cause general sluggishness and fatigue. You have to get the right balance for positive effects.

We always advise CBD beginners to start with smaller doses of 3 to 5 puffs per day. Most CBD inhaler bottles offer around 1100mg of CBD in just over 200 puffs (That’s 5.5mg of CBD per puff). Therefore, your daily intake will be approximately 25mg.

Note: Don’t underestimate the low numbers associated with CBD inhalers. They have almost twice the bio-availability rating of CBD oils and tinctures. A small regulated amount is usually enough to induce noticeable effects.

What is CBD?

“CBD” is the short form of cannabidiol. It’s a substance in the Cannabis sativa plant species. Even though it’s present in marijuana, it’s more abundant in the hemp plant (Another variant of Cannabis).

CBD falls under the cannabinoid category (There are over a hundred other cannabinoids).

Because of its relation to Cannabis, CBD is often mistaken for another substance called THC.

THC is the compound responsible for marijuana’s “highness.” It’s still present in the hemp plant. However, its concentration is almost negligible.

What is the relationship between CBD and the human body?

Unknown to most people, our bodies create their own “cannabinoids” called Endocannabinoids. They are crucial components of the Endocannabinoid Systems (ECS) present in all organs. Together, the systems make up the Network of Endocannabinoid Systems.

Scientists believe the Network of Endocannabinoid Systems affects vital body functions like pain sensation, movement and coordination, appetite, sleep, and even memory.

After taking cannabidiol (CBD), the substance emulates endocannabinoids and improves the network’s overall function.

Specifically, it binds with the central nervous system’s CB1 receptors, thus improving mental and physical function. Also, it bonds with the immune system’s CB2 receptors and boosts protection against inflammation.