Cannabis E-Cigarettes (AKA E-Joints) To Hit The UK On Christmas Day

The first legal cannabis e-cigarette could soon be landing on British soil. And when we say soon, we mean next Thursday - or so say the Metro.

The company behind the cannabis e-cigarette, KanaVape, claims that the vaporiser is perfectly legal due to the lack of THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) which is a chemical found in the drug.

THC is known for its mind-altering effects and can induce hallucinations and a change in thinking, as well as cause delusions.

Sourced from organic hemp fields located in the Czech Republic, France and Spain, KanaVape uses only hemp in their e-cigarettes with 5% CBD (Cannabidiol) and no THC. The company claims to provide a "unique cannabinoids experience".

The e-cigarette still maintains the original flavour of cannabis, which is preserved without the combustion and smell.

It also brings you many of the benefits of cannabinoids - a class of chemical compounds that...

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