Yes, there is actually vaping etiquette! With 25 states now on the anti-smoking ban in public, this includes vaping for a lot of them. Even though vaping is believed to be healthier for you and those around you than traditional cigarettes, some places currently do not allow it in public places and some people just simply don’t want to be around vaping either. While vaping CBD is a very popular method, it’s nice to know that there is some etiquette involved and here’s a graphic to help you know what is okay and what might not be.
Even if you don’t vape CBD, it’s important to be patient and know that some people who do are getting the relief they need through vaping and those who do not use CBD in vape form, may be vaping because they are quitting traditional cigarettes, making their lives, and yours, a little healthier.
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