Everything You Need To Know About CBD Nebulizers

April 02, 2018

Nebulizers aren’t new in the healthcare world, but recently they have found themselves in a new position as the safest and cleanest way to use CBD

Let’s take a look at the benefits of nebulizing as opposed to smoking or vaping.

For the most part, smoke CBD-dominant flower, both of which carry a certain level of risk. Even though it offers well rounded effects, it’s a long-standing fact that smoking not the safest consumption method. Since smoking can only be achieved via combustion, the smoke will inevitably have some carcinogens in it. Many people have turned to vaping as a cleaner alternative, but that doesn’t come without risks of its own.

How Do Nebulizers Work?

A nebulizer is fairly simple in the way it functions. The jet in the nebulizer pushes compressed air through rubber tubing filled with CBD oil. Air moves at an extremely high velocity through the oil, turning it into a clean aerosol spray that flows through tubing to be inhaled by the patient.

Medical professionals and hospitals across the globe will attest to the benefits of using a nebulizer to administer medications. The effects of nebulized CBD will be much purer. Plus, since it becomes an aerosol, there is no residue or lingering odor that remains after use.

Nebulizer vs. Vaporizer

For quite a while now, vaporizers have been promoted as the safest way to smoke. Although it’s true that vaporizers do away with the smoke issue, some believe it’s still not as safe as it would appear. Recent studies indicate that vaping can suppress the immune system and weaken the respiratory mucosal system. It’s important to note, however, that these studies didn’t look at vaping CBD specifically. Rather the effects of ecigs vs traditional cigarettes.

The reason why vaporizers can have ill effects on the body is because they use hot vapors, which chemically alters whatever is being vaporized. What this means is that not only are the medicinal effects minimized, but it can actually change the chemical structure of the medicine itself.

To abridge, CBD nebulizers are the future of cannabis consumption. It’s a safe, clean, and effective way to medicate; it truly doesn’t get much better than that. If you still have questions, it would be a good idea to check with your physician before purchasing any new equipment.

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