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How Cannabis Affects Covid

How does e-nail cannabis dabbing affect Covid?

Cannabis dabs for Covid

Cannabis use continues to evolve as more states legalize the plant. The rise in demand may result from its potential therapeutic benefits, one of them being enhancing sexual life. However, the advent of Covid hit many cannabis-using communities at first, leading to loneliness and isolation, given the nature and rate at which it can spread. 

To complement vaccines, scientists are trying to figure out how cannabis can be a solution to the pandemic. Cannabis has small-molecule agents that have therapeutic benefits. But, do the cannabinoids help prevent or treat coronavirus-2 (SARS-CoV-2), an acute respiratory infection and its variants? The virus and its variants are responsible for COVID-19.  

Cannabinoids and Covid Symptoms

CBD and THC are cannabinoids in cannabis strains.  But, each has different effects. CBD in medical marijuana may help reduce symptoms of anxiety, stress, and depression, among other things. THC is more well known for its psychoactive properties that can cause feelings of euphoria or relaxation. Both cannabinoids work together to create a balanced effect on the body so you don't feel high or disoriented while using them.

There are many ways to consume these products, including dabbing using electronic nails (also referred to as e-nails) or dab pens and also smoking dry herb. 


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The amount of time it takes for dab effects to manifest may vary due to differences in absorption rates between methods you use. Some methods will be faster than others.

Cannabis May Have a Role to Play in the Fight Against COVID

Research into cannabis’s potential as an antiviral is ongoing, but initial results are promising.

Cannabis is known for its therapeutic benefits. From time immemorial, cannabinoids like CBD and THC have been used while trying to manage several conditions. But how does e-nail cannabis dabbing affect COVID?

How does e-nail concentrate dabbing affect Covid-19

Cannabis and Cytokine Storm

Cytokine storm is one of the major biological events in patients suffering from acute respiratory distress. A cytokine storm results when your body undergoes a sudden increase in cytokine proteins. The increase in cytokine results in Inflammation.

COVID patients are often diagnosed with lung fibrosis. Lung fibrosis is a severe untreatable health condition that may scar lung tissues. As a result, it becomes difficult for you to breathe. Cannabis low-temperature e-nail dabs may help stop cytokine storms. In return, they suppress lung tissue inflammation, lung fibrosis, and remission of COVID patients.

Cannabis can help suppress Cytokines in lungs

According to research, cannabis Sativa, a cannabis strain, may help reduce pathways associated with inflammation and cytokines. Cannabis may help reduce two major cytokines, namely:

  • TNFa
  • IL-6

These cytokines that cannabis can help suppress are believed to be the significant targeting points while trying to block Covid's respiratory syndrome and cytokine storm.

Sharing E-nails and Rigs Can Spread Covid

Coronavirus can be spread through coughing, sneezing, and touching contaminated surfaces. Contracting the virus can happen anywhere—in your home, at work or school, or in public places like restaurants and bars.

It's important to note that dab tools and electric nail surfaces may be contaminated with the virus. The virus can live on surfaces for several days after contact with a dab using contaminated tools. There's potential for you to inhale the virus when vaping.

Experts recommend avoiding sharing dab pens or dab rigs because it's still unclear how coronaviruses are transmitted. You can grab your e-nail or rig for concentrate dabbing at Bee-nails just make sure to not share with strangers but iff you do, make sure to really wipe it down with some alcohol wipes or your a silicone mouthpiece of some sort. 

Cannabis can potentially interact with medications

As with any other drug, cannabis can interact with the brain or other medicines you may be taking. Most commonly, these interactions occur when the chemicals in cannabis affect the way your body processes another drug.

Another way that cannabis can interact with the brain is if they have similar effects on your body. For example, if you take an antidepressant that increases serotonin levels in your brain and also use THC, it could cause too much serotonin to build up in your system. The combination may lead to side effects like dizziness or nausea that make it harder for you to manage Covid's symptoms.

Cannabis can interact with medications, so if you're taking any kind of prescription drug, consult your doctor about its possible interactions with cannabis.

Drug interactions can also be dangerous because they increase the risk of adverse side effects from certain medications. Also, interactions reduce a drug's effectiveness at treating the virus's symptoms.

High Cannabis Use During Lockdown

High cannabis use in the past due to lockdown

According to research, there was an increased number of cannabis users during the lockdown. Like any sudden change in normalcy, stress, anxiety, and boredom cannot be overshadowed. 

Unlike alcohol and other hard drugs like cocaine, cannabis dabbing is not addictive. Hence, regular dabbing may help one deal with stress and isolation. Covid is a stressful situation, so we can expect that those who use cannabis regularly will use it more during the lockdown.

People who have used cannabis before or during covid report feeling less stressed and more relaxed.

A recent study shows that people in highly stressful situations are more likely to use e-nail dabs. The researchers also concluded that cannabis may also help in managing PTSD symptoms. PTSD results from high levels of exposure to traumatic events such as military combat or natural disasters.


Cannabinoids, the active components in cannabis, have been shown to help improve sleep and relaxation. Cannabis may also help treat coronavirus symptoms. There are many potentials for cannabis to treat coronavirus, but more research is needed before fully understanding how to use it.

You should consult your doctor before using an e-nail kit. They will help you understand how cannabis may interact with your Covid drugs or how it will help you deal with the Condition. 

Given that Covid has no actual treatment, we encourage you to take precautions. Regardless, you can still Bee At Your Best with our E-nail accessories.