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What percentage of the compounds in my herbs will actually be used by my body? The answer to that largely depends on how you ingest your herbs. Different methods have different bioavailability rates. What is most effective? Edibles, vaping, smoking, creams or tinctures?
Hay fever is probably the least enjoyable part of summer - apparently, 1 in 5 of us suffer from it! Despite the many modern miracles in modern medicine, there is currently no cure. However, there is some research that suggests CBD could help provide relief and that a cannabis-based supplement could work as a treatment.
Many herbs you can vape can be purchased at your local supermarket.
When vaped, many of these herbs taste and smell wonderful. Also, most of them have mild psychoactive and therapeutic effects.
However, vaping can be great for your bank account - especially over the long term! Despite the initial outlay, even an expensive vaporizer such as The Mighty will pay for itself within a couple of months when compared with the costs incurred when smoking.
Did you know that scientists have now identified over 100 separate cannabinoids?
THC is the most infamous cannabinoid and CBD is currently the media darling but many of the lesser known cannabinoids have their benefits too so we decided to shine a little light on them too!