I was saying the post from Stols saying that vaping CBD was ineffective contradicted your post stating that inhalation (vaping) was more effective (31% inhaled vs 6% oral). This contradiction does go to prove your point about misinformation all over. I consider you both trustworthy sources., yet, obviously one of you is right and one of you must be wrong. By "breaks down" (I don't recall the terminology used in what I read), I mean that it becomes less if not totally ineffective when heated above a certain point. Then again obviously at least some of canniboids remain even under combustion temps. So there is that. It's hard to know who or what to trust. Vaping I know a lot about, but I have studied, read, experimented, and been immersed in it for nearly 7 years. This CBD stuff I am totally new at. This is specifically what I was looking at (They do have images of lab reports on that page, but I have not validated them): https://www.thecbdistillery.com/product/99-cbd-isolate-powder-from-hemp/ I also do not know if I should be looking at just CBD or Full Spectrum (THC free) CBD based products for joint pain.