Could Cannabis Nebulizers Be The Treatment Of The Future?

November 20, 2017

While nebulizers have been around for decades, used to treat medical conditions like asthma and COPD, they could be the next great discovery for medical cannabis patients…

While cannabis, and now CBD, a non-heady compound within the plant, have traditionally been smoked for centuries. Be it via a joint, pipe or bong, many people in this day and age don’t want the side issues that accompany smoking, which include bad smells and burnt plant material converted into ash. For them vaping their medicine became a reality fairly recently, and now nebulizers could be the future.

Unfortunately, even though smoking is the preferred intake method for many cannabis users, it comes with unavoidable carcinogens which can affect health. When all is said and done, while many like smoking cannabis due to the full and rounded effects felt, no one these days can claim that it’s a ‘clean’ way of cannabis delivery.

Vaporizing is the process of heating plant materiel to temperatures where only specific compounds are released, as vapor instead of smoke, at temperatures way below combustion. This method eliminates almost all of the ‘nasties’ associated with smoke, and while it delivers high doses of the medicine, much is lost into the air when you aren’t actually inhaling.

That’s where jet nebulizers come in, and according to some, are the safest, cleanest, and most cost-effective way of taking cannabis today. It is claimed, by companies like CannaNeb, that this system is hands down the best way to take cannabis. There is no issue of combustion or hot vapor affecting the lungs, and nothing is wasted as ‘shots’ are taken much like an asthma sufferer, as and when required.

Compressed air is forced at high pressure through cannabis oil, turning the oil into an aerosol, inhaled via a mouthpiece. Not only is such a device stealthy and affordable, apparently it’s also highly effective. The other vital factor here is that with such a device, the precise dosage and original material can be controlled, so patients can utilize the best cannabis strain for their needs.

While CannaNeb is a great example of a high-quality cannabis nebulizer, there are many products on the market today which serve this purpose. Be sure to do your due diligence and research properly, before parting with your hard earned cash when it comes to your new way of taking cannabis.

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