FAQs

 

Is CBD legal?

Yes. CBD is 100% legal within the UK, Europe and most states in America.

CBD and THC, Whats the difference?

CBD (Cannabidiol) has no psychoactive effects on the brain or body.
THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) is what gives you the ‘high’ feeling. Long story short, CBD will not get you high and actually counters the effects of THC.

Does CBD show up in a drugs test?

CBD is not something scanned for in a drugs test and will not make you fail one. As CBD is not a prohibited item you would have no issues with this.

Will it get me high?

No. Although our products can contain a minute amount of THC (<0.03%), this falls below the legal limit and is untraceable. In higher doses of CBD a person can experience relaxation through out the entire body and a clear mind but would have no impairments.

Is CBD safe?

Yes, it is non toxic and had no known fatal overdoses. It is entirely safe to use on a regular basis and can be great to build in a daily routine for overall health and wellbeing.

How much should I take it?

If it is your first time using CBD we do recommend starting at a low dosage and increase from there and listen to how your body feels. Although we are all different and respond differently to CBD dosages we can’t say its the same for everybody.

Can CBD interacts with medications?

We would always recommend consulting your doctor to get their advice on taking CBD if you are on prescription medication.

What is the best way to take it?

This all falls down to personal preference and the reason you are taking it. The way we would recommend would be in oil form, by placing the required amounts of drops under your tongue and keeping them there for 45-60 seconds before swallowing for best effects. Although taking it in a edible form allows for a slower and more constant release through out the day. We also offer topical creams and balms which are absorbed through the skin to target specific areas such as aching muscles or sore joints.

Are there side effects?

Although extremely rare, there can be some side effects. These can be; Dry mouth, upset stomach, drowsiness and changed in appetite.

Full spectrum, broad spectrum and isolate… what’s the difference?

Full spectrum is a extract from the plant that contains all cannabinoids, terpenes, fatty acids and essential oils. This extract under goes fewer processes and is more natural. Broad spectrum is further refined and has THC completely removed from it but still contains all other cannabinoids. Isolate is the purest form of CBD and is 99% pure and has all other cannabinoids removed.

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