CBD is short for cannabidiol which is one of the many chemical compounds found in the cannabis sativa plant, it is a natural product which is gaining a massive following from around the world for its possible health benefits. Previously, there was a misconception of CBD being a chemical that gets you high however this is not the case.The cannabis sativa plant has two main species which are hemp and marijuana, they both contain CBD however there is a much higher level found in hemp which has also very low levels of THC this is the chemical that gives the high effect. CBD will not get you high and is 100% legal in the UK.
CBD is legal in the UK providing it contains no detected THC (not detected means no THC at 0.01%) as verified by accredited ISO lab.
CBD is considered safe to use and has no danger of addiction, it is advisable to try in smaller doses at first for sensitivity and allergies.
We do not advise usage in children however CBD oils and creams are commonly used with children for various reasons. Please always consult a doctor first and ensure dosage is relative to age size and weight.
We do not advise usage if pregnant or breastfeeding, We only advise this as there has not been enough research.
IF ON OTHER MEDICATION
The precautionary advice is to not use if on any other medication however CBD is widely used by people with underlying health issues but we strongly advise consulting your doctor first.
This is the million pound question and one we are afraid we can’t answer because at present CBD is sold as a novel food, it is both illegal and immoral to make any medical claims, fortunately through the wealth of knowledge at our fingertips a simple internet browser search will unearth thousands of articles by professionals, users and those that claim usage benefits which will assist in making a fair and considered decision on if CBD may be right for you.
All of our CBD products will state usage instructions, we advise starting on a small dosage initially and gradually build up as required.