This page is dedicated to the Medical Research for CBD and the discovered or theoretical health implications and probable medical benefits it may pose. We are not medical scientists, we have conducted this study at our own costs with the intention to put our study forward to the medical research groups.
It will focus not only on the positives but the negatives too. We will cover health impacts from a varied set of test done before and after the research.
We used human subjects for our tests, Our candidates accepted a free trial of our products in exchange for information on how it effected them and or helped them. We offered this free product trial to groups of people that had a proven medical history of the categorised medical condition, all products provided contained zero THC. The results were clear.
Under British law, CBD can only be supplied as a Food Supplement and not a medication. Even in this trial we ONLY supply CBD as a food supplement with the intention to explore its medical properties based on feedback from the users experience. We do not provide this CBD trial as a medication, or as an option of replacing medication, we only offer it as a food supplement.
We are researching CBD’s medical benefits, hence the element of medical research, this does not mean we supply it under a medical purpose. One of the main goals with this trial is to aid us in investigating the medical properties of CBD and its effectiveness of such properties to help CBD become recognised for its potential medical properties with real life examples to show.
We make no claims that CBD is effective for any medical related condition, however we do ask questions that may be medical in nature in exchange for the free trial of CBD products purely for information gathering. At no point, can we provide any medical advice.
This trial is purely information gathering, not advisory or medically advisory. We have maintained the boundary of law within this trial as it is announced via various sources such as MHRA. To the best of our knowledge we are in no breach of legislation or law.
The effects that CBD had on lung tissue after vaping
We had decided to study the effect that CBD had on lung tissue when vaped, we did a in-depth study.
We conducted this study on people that had vaped eliquids for 4 years or more. Before the study we x-rayed the candidates lungs and examined there health. We checked there lung capacity and breath hold capacity.
We then asked the candidates to vape 10ml of CBDexperia eliquid (300mg strength) per day (1 x 10ml bottle per day with 300mg of CBD) for 3 months.
After 90 days (3 months) and 27,000 mg of CBD vaporised we conducted the same health checks on our candidates.
The medical health checks did not show any change, therefore it would appear that CBD offered no additional danger to basic vaping.
We must stress, that this was based on our own CBDexperia and CBDultravape range of eliquids.
We have found many eliquids on the net that are manufactured from oil, which will give the user lipid phenomena.
Vaping anything will ultimately cause some form of damage to our lungs when used chronically long term, we just do not have the medical evidence to show how much or what kind of damage it provides, so far there is no evidence, this does not mean it is safe.
It is also worth noting that the health implication test of CBD when vaped was run over a 3 month period, we simply do not know the long term effects if a person was to vape CBD daily for years.
CBD is naturally an oil within its self, and although we take great care in removing lipids, we cant guarantee 100% removal, There will always be heath risks with vaping.
We recommend vaping as a short term or quick fix solution, and use alternative CBD products for a daily use.