CBD Oil for Quit Smoking

What Is CBD?

Cannabidiol (CBD) is the non-psychoactive ingredient in cannabis extract and has been demonstrated to be effective for a number of medical conditions, such as anxiety, pain, and cognition etc. Its action is through different biological targets in human body, including cannabinoid receptors and other neurotransmitter receptors.

CBD is a non-psychoactive ingredient in cannabis.

CBD Is Not Marijuana

CBD does not appear to have any psychotropic or high effects such as those caused by tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) in marijuana, but have anti-anxiety effects. As the legal landscape progresses and extensive research is carried out in the field, general population understand the differences between medical marijuana and CBD. CBD is well-tolerated and cause mild side effects, such as fatigue, diarrhea, and decreased appetite.

The Reason for Tobacco Smoking Is Nicotine

The whole point of tobacco smoking is inhalation of nicotine, which stimulates the human body to release a series of neurotransmitters and generates high. However, besides nicotine, tobacco smoking brings thousands of toxins to the human body and causes dramatic negative consequences to human health.

CBD Can Be the Alternative for Nicotine

CBD can be an alternative to smoking tobacco and replacement for nicotine. As mentioned, the risks of tobacco smoking derive precisely from the combustion of the material smoked. CBD is generally used as a purified oil form from hemp plants. CBD reduces symptoms associated with tobacco withdraw, such as anxiety, pain, insomnia, and mood-related symptoms.

CBD Can Be Used in Many Different Format

It is suggested to use CBD oil, instead of smoking cannabis. CBD-based products come in many forms:

  • CBD Capsules or CBD Pills
  • CBD Gummies
  • CBD Cream, to be massaged into the skin
  • CBD Sprays, to be administered under the tongue
  • CBD Vapes
  • CBD Mixed with foods
  • CBD Mixed with drinks, taken with a pipette or dropper

Based on your own preference, select your favorite form and try to avoid smoking cannabis. The burning outcome of cannabis is the same as that of tobacco, which generates huge amount of toxins.

Benefits of CBD

As mentioned above, CBD is effective for addiction reduction such as quit tobacco smoking and provides potential health benefits. Besides addiction, CBD can also be employed to improve a wide variety of medical conditions:

  • Acne
  • ADHD
  • Alzheimer’s disease
  • Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
  • Anxiety, such as generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, social anxiety disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder.
  • Chronic pain
  • Cancer and cancer associated conditions
  • Depression
  • Diabetes
  • Dyskinesia
  • Epilepsy
  • Glaucoma
  • Heart heath
  • Huntington’s disease
  • Infection, bacterial and viral
  • Insomnia
  • Irritable bowel syndrome
  • Loss of appetite and body weight
  • Mad cow disease
  • Muscle spasms
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Psoriasis
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Schizophrenia
  • Substance abuse/withdrawal

As a matter of fact, FDA approved Epidiolex, a drug made with a purified form of CBD, for the treatment of seizures associated with two rare and severe forms of epilepsy.

Side Effects of CBD

With proper application, CBD is generally safe. However, the use of CBD in certain individuals may trigger some side effects:

  • Anxiety
  • Changes in appetite
  • Changes in mood
  • Diarrhea
  • Dizziness
  • Drowsiness
  • Dry mouth
  • Increased liver enzyme
  • Lightheadedness
  • Low blood pressure
  • Nausea
  • Sedation
  • Vomiting

These symptoms disappear when you stop using the CBD.

How to Use CBD for Quit Smoking

You decide to use CBD for quit smoking. You have CBD gummies, pills, sprays, and vapes to choose from. Start with lowest dose possible. Use the CBD products any time you feel the urge to tobacco smoking.

Since CBD reduces the craving and withdrawal symptoms from and alters the memories associate with tobacco smoking, it is possible for you to break the nicotine habit and gradually quit tobacco smoking.

How Long Does CBD Take to See Quit Smoking Effect?

A number of factors influence how long CBD takes to work. The effectiveness can be classified into two classes: short term and long term. The short term effectiveness is the immediate outcome after the tobacco smokers use the CBD. The long term effectiveness is the results that the tobacco smokers quit smoking completely following a period of CBD use.

The biggest determinant on how long CBD takes to work and the duration of its effect comes down to the method used to take it. Other factors that come into play include the concentration of the CBD and the dosage.

CBD vaping provides the fastest means of delivering the CBD to the body and experiencing its beneficial effects. It is the number one method for smokers to quit smoking, since it mimics tobacco smoking, works quickly, and enters the bloodstream directly through the lungs.

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14 thoughts on “CBD Oil for Quit Smoking

  1. Hi Anthony Hu,

    Thanks for sharing this useful information through your article about CBD Oil for Quit Smoking. I am honestly accept that I would not even know this important knowledge if I did not read this article. Though I am not a smoker, I totally dislike this smoking habit and when some one smoke in front of me, I want to tell some advice but can’t. Now I will definitely refer this article to all of my smoker friends. I believe this will be helpful for them. Thanks for such informative article.

    1. Hi,

      Thanks for dropping by. Please spread the word that CBD could be a good replacement for tobacco cigarettes. When they have desire to smoking, use CBD oil , instead of cigarettes.

      CBD oil will have the potentials of relieving psychological burden arising from smoking, but without side effects from it.


  2. Very interesting, I’ve been vaping for years now ever since I gave up the smokes, but I’ve never heard of using this form of liquid as a way to give up before. 

    How expensive would the vape product be and does it come in ready made capsules, or does it come in the more typical vape liquid format?

    1. Dear Chris,

      I am glad that you quit smoking and use vaping instead. Vaping is much better than the tobacco smoking, since it avoids thousands of toxin arising from burning tobacco.

      But Nicotine is major component in vaping and is highly addictive. CBD oil has the potential to relieving your anxiety and desire of smoking without side effects from vaping.

      Vape products can be nicotine and CBD oil, which have different format, such as capsules, liquid, or pre-filled vape pen. For CBD oil products, please refer to this side: https://office.myctfohub.com/ctf_cart/index.php?route=product/category&path=27.

      Feel free to let me know, if you have question regarding smoking.



  3. I am still researching the internet about CBD oil its benefits, side effects and so on.

    Your site is very detailed and I even was surprised that CBD oil can even be used to get off smoking, this is very impressive on its own.

    The only thing I am still a bit wary about is the fact how to start, which is the lowest dose to safely to take and how often can it be taken in a 24 hours period?

    I don’t want any medical advice just some common sense advice, so to speak.

    Thank you for the help and I have saved your article. 🙂

    1. Thank you very much for your comments. CBD is very safe agent and so far there isn’t any report indicating that it cause unwanted effects. 

      In the market there are following dose products, 300 mg/ml, 600 mg/ml, 1200mg/ml, and 1800 mg/ml. Start with 300 mg/ml, apply it whenever you feel the desire to smoke. If this works, you could stick to this dose. If it doesn’t work, try to use the high doses until you achieve the result you want.

      For more information on the dose, please refer to the following: https://www.tryctfo.com/kcancer

  4. I have heard of multiple uses for CBD oil but never have I imagined that it could be used to break the toxic habit of smoking. 

    My brother has been trying to quit smoking for over 4 years now. he has tried nicotine patches, gum, electric cigarettes and other ridiculous methods to no avail. I can’t wait to let him know about CBD Oil and hopefully he will be able to break free from the habit that keeps him hostage. 

    Thank you for your insight, hopefully, I’ll remember to share the results with you

    1. Hi,

      I am happy that you now aware of CBD oil’s potential of quitting smoking.

      The products your brother used contain nicotine and nicotine is a highly addictive substance. It is impossible to use addictive materials to break the additive habit, such as smoking here.

      Please inform your brother that CBD oil may solve his problem. As mentioned in my post, CTFO provide high quality CBD and here is the link: https://www.tryctfo.com/kcancer for your reference.



  5. Thanks for sharing this article,  I use to think that The effects of CBD is usually  on receptors in the immune system and only helps to reduce overall inflammation in the body. I never knew cbd oil can be used to stop smoking, I’m going to recommend this to a friend of mine who needs this thanks for the info.

    1. Dear Seun,

      You are right that CBD acts on receptors in the immune system. As a matter of fact, CBD plays its role through endocannabinoid system in the human. Encocannabinoid system is involved in regulating a variety of psychological process, such as mood and anxiety, and has the potential to lessen the symptom from quit smoking.

      Please inform your friend on this and let me know you need any assistance on this.



  6. CBD is an extraction of cannabis? I’m not really understanding this new idea. can you really enlightened me more about this because all my life I’ve told cannabis (marijuana) is bad substance for the lungs. But now I’m reading on how extraction (CBD) from Cannabis can help stop smoking with greats health benefits. Please shed more light for me please

    1. Dear Kehinde,

      As described in the post, CBD is a non-psychological component of marijuana and does not cause “high”. The plant that generates CBD is a variant of marijuana tree. CBD is safe to use.

      Feel free to contact if you have any doubt about CBD.



  7. Hi Anthony,
    This is a great article, thank you. My son took up vaping to help him quit smoking, though there is still nicotine in the vaping liquid he buys.
    Do you know if the CBD dose in the vaping product is quite concentrated? I would imagine he would need a higher dose.
    Thanks so much,

  8. Hi Suzanne,

    Thanks for stopping by. It is good idea to recommend your son to use CBD vape instead of nicotine vape, since nicotine is highly addictive and it is impossible to quit using nicotine vape.

    There are wide variety dose of CBD, ranging from 100 mg/ml to 2000 mg/ml. I suggest to use low dose first and if not effective, increase the dose gradually.

    Good luck with your son’s endeavor on change his habit.



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