CBD cigarettes are papers containing a cannabinoid from the hemp plant, rather than tobacco. People choose to smoke CBD cigarettes to help with various conditions and ailments, where they prefer that over vaping.
Inhaling CBD is the most bioavailable way to enjoy the cannabinoid, hence why people choose to use it in this way or by vaping CBD.
What is CBD?
CBD is a cannabinoid, found in the cannabis plant. You have probably heard of the other cannabinoid in the plant, THC. THC is the psychoactive part which can cause giggles, hunger, hallucinations, sickness and other side effects.
THC is what makes cannabis illegal in many places. However, CBD contains either less than 0.2% or zero THC, and is therefore legal in many countries.
CBD has been used as a natural remedy for conditions such as pain, inflammation, period cramps, anxiety, epilepsy, depression and more for thousands of years.
However, more recently it has become more mainstream with it being sold on the high street in some places.
What is a CBD cigarette?
CBD flowers, containing the legal limit of THC, can be rolled into CBD cigarettes. If you are someone who doesn’t have experience rolling cigarettes, then you can buy pre-rolls for ease.
How else can you inhale CBD without a cigarette?
If you don’t fancy a CBD cigarette then you might enjoy vaping CBD e-liquid. When you vape CBD e-liquid you get the fast-acting benefits. However, you won’t have to worry about rolling or smelling smoky.
If you don’t like the taste of authentic CBD then you can get e-liquids that are infused with various flavours, more akin to vape flavours. You might wish to try CBD IBZ, which is one of our best sellers.
If you enjoy the authenticity, then you’ll probably enjoy The Green House. This brand features flavours of cannabis strains, such as OG Kush. This brand offers full-spectrum, meaning that you get the added benefits of terpenes.
Are CBD cigarettes legal?
The legal status of CBD varies in each country and state. We suggest that you always check with your country before you order to ensure that you don’t get into trouble. Some countries require a prescription, whereas others allow you to buy without one.