Vaping is a relatively new trend that began in the 1960s, though the first idea for a e-cigarettes dates back to 1927 with Joseph Robinson. He patented the first prototype, but never commercialized it. It is unknown if the product functioned or if it just never took off in the commercial market.
The question “How safe is vaping” is blasted all over the media and the Internet. The FDA is working to regulate vaping products with the help of the Center for Tobacco Products (CTP). Due to their work, compliant companies offer extremely safe vape products. However, not all retailers are in compliance.
In the vaping world, you can choose to have one-time use products or you can go the rechargeable/refillable route. There are pros and cons to each and which one you prefer often depends on your lifestyle, what you vape and how often you use it. So why should you choose a one-time use product?
Marijauna is a controversial topic, especially in relation to drug abuse and medical use. Numerous myths about medical marijuana were popularized over the past few years as the line between recreational and medical use gets muddled by state laws. We at DC Alchemy want to clear up some of the common misconceptions surrounding medical marijuana.
Medical marijuana is not the only option for pain relief. Cannabidiol, more commonly known as CBD, is legal in all 50 states and is gaining traction in the medical industry. When vaped, the benfits of CBD are felt faster than when eaten and can help with relaxation, pain relief, stress, anxiety, and more.
A vape pen is almost exactly what the name implies – an object similar in size to a pen that can be used for vaping. It is a power source that heats up the vape tank or cartridge to produce vapor. They’re rechargeable, battery-powered, pocket-sized, and convenient for travel.
The use of marijuana, also known as cannabis, to treat chronic health problems can be traced to back 2900 B.C. According to the National Center for Biotechnology Information, a Chinese encyclopedia contains the oldest written record of using cannabis to treat constipation, rheumatic pain, female reproductive tract disorders, and malaria.Today, the benefits of medical marijuana are being researched and extend beyond the aforementioned uses.
In recent months the news has been filled with stories of respiratory disease and deaths caused by vaping. We are hearing the sad stories of those young and old passing away from vaping technologies, but then we are left with the question of will a vaping ban really work? We are here to give you the facts about vaping and how a ban can’t stop the black market.
As the United States begins to widen its boundaries on the recreational and medical marijuana industry there is a growing demand for more advanced products. With cutting-edge technology flower products have been pushed to the side as oils come to rise. While flower is the tried and true, the ease of using a high-potency CCELL cartridge is creating a lot of interest around oil extracts.
Over the past two decades medical marijuana laws have been changing rapidly throughout the United States. Since each state’s medical marijuana laws are run by the state, and not federally, each has its own set of laws. To be able to keep up with the laws we give you facts below about state run medical marijuana laws, and specifically Arizona medical marijuana laws.