No. You are at risk of developing lung disease from smoking cannabis. Lung disease from either cannabis or cigarette smoking may increase anesthesia related complications, and could affect healing after surgery. Anesthetic risk has many variables and is often related to your unique medical issues and specific surgery.
CBD doesn't necessarily boost serotonin levels, but it may affect how your brain's chemical receptors respond to the serotonin that's already in your system. A 2014 animal study found that CBD's effect on these receptors in the brain produced both antidepressant and anti-anxiety effects.
Both contain cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) — the two most-common, known active ingredients. And unlike THC, CBD is not a psychoactive agent, so there's less possibility that it will cause the same mental confusion, drowsiness or hallucinations that often come with THC.
Herrmann warns that marijuana-based treatments will not likely improve cognition in dementia patients. "In fact, there is good reason to be concerned that cannabinoids could make cognitive function worse, either by direct effects or by causing excessive sedation," he said.
Absorption After Topical Application When CBD oil is applied topically, or directly to the skin, it never reaches the bloodstream but can be absorbed through the skin's surface to interact with nearby cannabinoid receptors. However, when applied liberally, CBD is permeable to the skin through its pores.
Summary: Vape juices from CBD isolate do not get you high. Vape juices from full spectrum CBD (taken from raw hemp or marijuana) can get you high. Products made from broad spectrum are less likely give you any psychoactive feelings unless the cannabinoids they are often mixed with are psychoactive.