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What are the benefits of CBD?

There are many health benefits of CBD. 100% natural and organically grown, CBD products may help you enjoy a better sleep, refreshed mornings and greater productivity

What is CBD?

CBD is short for cannabidiol, one of a number of cannabinoids derived from the cannabis plant. Unlike its cousin tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), CBD is not psychoactive and won’t get you high.

CBD products can only be marketed as a food supplement in the UK. We make no medical claims, suggestions, references or health recommendations for any of our CBD products or the benefits of CBD.

We have many customers who use CBD for a broad spectrum of health concerns, and we’ve found that the most important factor is how much and how often the product should be taken.

Is CBD Legal?

Yes! CBD is 100% legal in the UK and most other EU countries. In the UK, CBD is sold as a food supplement. This means there’s no prescription needed to buy CBD in any health food store, so you can enjoy the benefits of CBD safely and easily.

How do you ingest CBD?

The majority of people enjoying the benefits of CBD start with 5% or 6% sublingual oil. To allow the CBD product to absorb into the bloodstream, most people take 1 or 2 drops under the tongue, and hold it there for at least 40 seconds. It’s a good idea to start with just 1 drop to make sure you have no reaction to it, before increasing your dosage slowly every 1-2 days. Once you’ve found the right balance, you’ll start to see the benefits of CBD.

What is the difference between extract and cold pressed CBD?

You can enjoy the benefits of CBD from using both extract and cold pressed CBD oils. Most CBD oils are extracted by Co2, which means that the oil is extracted from the plant, and mixed with olive oil, coconut oil or MCT oil. In cold pressed oils, some parts of the plant are pressed, and the CBD oil extracted is raw, not tempered and provided to you within its’ own juices. Some would consider cold pressed oil to have a greater entourage effect.