Fritter - Pure CBD
Vaping pure CBD oil is one of the easiest and quickest ways of obtaining the natural medicinal effects of cannabis without the psychoactive side affects.
Available range in 300mg
- 100mg - 250mg is effective for anxiety and stress.
- 250mg and higher add pain releaving properties.
Compatible with any modern e-liquid vaporizer, simply choose your strength, fill your device and vape away.
The perfect dose is administered in a series of 8 second puffs until the desired effect is attained.
- Available in 300mg.
- 30ML glass dropper bottle/child safety cap
- USP PG, Kosher VG, natural/artificial flavors
- Fritter Donut flavored.
- Natural full spectrum CBD oil.
- No THC.
CBD oil is the concentrated form of Cannabidiol (CBD—is a cannabis compound) in a liquid form, which is heated and inhaled through an E-Cigarette, Vape Pen, or Vaporizer. CBD vape oil can be purchased in a bottle to refill your vaporizer or as a one-time use cartridge for your Vape Pen.
Unlike “cannabis oil” research has shown CBD to have analgesic, anti-inflammatory, and anti-anxiety properties without the psychoactive effects (the “high” or “stoned” feeling) that THC provides. Scientific and clinical research has shown CBD’s potential as a treatment for a wide range of conditions, there are several ways that CBD can help.
Body pain, arthritis, stress, sleeplessness, convulsive disorders, reduces nausea and vomiting, it has anti-inflammatory effects and can help with social anxiety disorder and depression. It has been known to help diseases like diabetes, post-traumatic stress disorder(PTSD), multiple sclerosis, among others, can all be controlled and/or treated by using CBD.
Furthermore, respiratory disorders like asthma and other disorders involving inflammation and pain can also benefit from CBD. This also has uses in treating heart, liver, and kidney diseases, glaucoma (eye disease), obesity, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), anorexia, migraines, and moodiness. The benefits of CBD are truly amazing.
The statements above are not supported by Health Canada. The article was gathered from varies independent researchers available freely on online sources.