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Weed Vape Poisoning Symptoms

Every year, more and more people are turning to THC Vapes as an alternative to smoking. In fact, it’s actually said that some teens who use THC are more likely to smoke than those who don’t.

However, there’s no question that vaping is far less harmful than smoking.

The symptoms of weed vape poisoning are not always obvious. As the name suggests, you may not experience any of the symptoms at all, or they may come on gradually.

The symptoms of vaping poisoning include:

  • Dehydration
  • Vomiting
  • Cold sweats
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Nausea
  • Convulsions
  • Death

The symptoms of weed vape poisoning are due to weed vape’s active ingredients, the cannabinoids THC and CBD. The symptoms are similar to that of a THC overdose.

Breathing Problems

Vaping is inhaling and exhaling the vapor of E-Liquids and dry herbs. The E-Liquids are usually made from Propylene Glycol or Vegetable Glycerin, Nicotine and a flavoring.

Since the vape industry has grown so rapidly, it’s no surprise that one of the first problems that we see is people having breathing problems.

The most common problems are blocked or clogged lungs due to the vaporization of the herbs or botanicals.

Whether it is a general problem or more specific issues like asthma, smoking, or emphysema, the lungs can be affected by a wide range of illnesses.

Therefore, lung conditions can affect different people in different ways. For example, emphysema can affect different parts of the lungs differently.

The good news is that the problems can usually be diagnosed and treated.

Slow Heartbeat

For those that are interested in vaping, the humble e-cig has become an integral part of the vaping community.

Vaping is a form of smoking that doesn’t involve combustion and doesn’t contain harmful chemicals. E-cigs were first invented in China around the turn of the 20th century but were banned in 2004 in the United States.

The idea of an e-cigarette was derived from a style of Chinese pipe called a hookah, which was designed to replace the smoking of tobacco. Vaping is more commonly known as ‘vaping’ and ‘vaping devices’.

Vaping with a dry herb or wax requires a temperature above the combustion temperature to properly vaporize it.

The right temperature depends on your vape pen, so you should find the temperature that works best for you.

Vaporizing at the right temperature will provide you with the most flavorful experience. If you find that your heart rate is slow while vaping it means that you are vaping at too high of a temperature.

You want to make sure that you are not overheating your material. For dry herbs, this means that you want to avoid combusting the material.

If you combust your material, it will cause your dry herbs to release chemicals that are unhealthy and potentially carcinogenic.


Hallucinations may be defined as visual, auditory, olfactory, or tactile perceptions when the object of perception is not actually present.

It can be divided into two major groups: primary and secondary hallucinations. According to the DSM-IV-TR, primary hallucinations are defined as hallucinations that are not substance-induced, have no medical or organic cause, and are not related to hallucinations associated with schizophrenia.

Primary hallucinations can be divided into four categories: hypnagogic hallucinations, hypnopompic hallucinations, vivid or lucid dreams, and hallucinations during the transition between wakefulness and sleep.

They are a symptom of many mental conditions, such as schizophrenia, and can also be caused by sleep deprivation, alcohol use, and drug use.

What are the Side Effects of Vaping?

Vaping is an interesting phenomenon that is quickly becoming popular worldwide. Vape pens, tanks, mods, and e-liquids are all available and in high demand.

However, this popularity comes with some interesting side effects. Some people are turned off because they believe that vaping is a gateway to smoking cigarettes.

Others feel that vaping is an unhealthy habit, and that it leads to the use of other harmful substances.

These are the most common side effects of vaping:

  • Dry or sore throat 
  • Dizziness 
  • Nausea 
  • Cracking of the lips or skin around the mouth
  • Coughing
  • Wheezing
  • Increased risk of heart disease

Can You Overdose From Vaping?

Vaping is a popular, relatively new habit. The act of inhaling the aerosol produced by e-cigarettes is becoming increasingly popular and has revolutionized the way people consume nicotine.

There are many vapers who love to use their e-cigarettes to completely quit smoking tobacco cigarettes, and many people who are trying to quit smoking tobacco cigarettes.

In 2015, the world of vaping was introduced to a new way of nicotine delivery — the vaping pen or vape pen.

E-cigarette technology has come a long way since the first real vape pen was invented, and today’s pens have advanced, with new features and improved battery efficiency.

A few years ago, when e-cigarettes came onto the market, many people assumed that they were safe to use.

Yet, recently, there has been a surge in the number of people who have suffered serious health problems from e-cigarettes.

In fact, the number of people who have suffered nicotine poisoning from vaping has risen dramatically in the last two years.

However, you can overdose while vaping but it is very rare. You can overdose due to the amount of nicotine you are consuming but this can happen with regular nicotine consumption as well.

Vape Flavors to Avoid when Vaping

When vaping, or using e-cigarettes, it is important to carefully select the vape flavors you use. The wrong flavor can make vaping more difficult and can even cause you to stop vaping completely.

The best way to ensure you choose the best vape flavors is to check what other vape users have recommended.

This is because you will find that every person will have a different taste preference. The only way to find out what flavors work for you is by asking other people.

There are a number of e-liquids that are not meant for vaping. These e-liquid flavors are usually sold as food flavoring for commercial uses.

These e-liquids contain chemicals such as diacetyl that have been known to cause harm to the respiratory system.

Known e-liquids to avoid are: 

  • Diacetyl 
  • Acetoin 
  • Acetyl Propionyl

To avoid vape flavor mistakes, you should learn the different types of vape juices. Avoid vape flavors that have strong tastes if you’re just starting out.

If you like fruity flavors, start with a mild one. If you’re an adventurous person, you can try one of the bolder flavors.

Does Vaping Cause Cancer?

Vaping is a big thing in the UK right now. It’s been big for the last few years, but it seems to have reached its peak this year.

There are masses of media coverage of this new trend and people are taking notice of the devices themselves.

 It has become a (worrying)  “trend” that is spilling out of the confines of the vape community and into the mainstream.  Extremely worrying, indeed.

Many people believing that it is a safe and harmless alternative to smoking. The truth is that we don’t know enough about vaping, but that does not mean that vaping is not very dangerous.

There was a massive increase in the early 2000s when flavored e-cigarettes flooded the market, and some of those products contained diacetyl, a chemical that is known to be carcinogenic.

This chemical has been found in e-cigarette aerosol, along with other dangerous chemicals.

According to a 2015 study published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, it is unlikely that e-cigarettes are linked to cancer.

Ryan Hamilton

Ryan Hamilton

Im Ryan, a Medical Cannabis Activist & Blog Owner @ I started the blog as a medium to answer questions and grow the awareness of the herb. Along with the medicinal properties, cannabis can help grown the economy with its vast amount of taxable finances. Less violent properties than alcohol, cannabis legalisation is inevitable.

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