Frequently Asked Questions
How do know how much CBD to take?
Each person’s endocannabinoid system works differently and reacts differently. There is no straight, solid scientific dosage that states how much CBD you should be taking at any one time. Always start off with a small dose and work your way up to a larger dose.
Are the products tested on animals?
No animals has been harmed in any way by any of the products that we sell.
How can I trust the quality of the CBD?
All of the products have undergone rigorous testing in a laboratory to determine their content of CBD, THC, pesticides, residual solvents, bacteria and any other nasties that may be present in the cannabis crop. This certificate is called a COA and is available for each and every product. The products are made from Full-spectrum CBD, also known as “whole plant CBD” because the nutrients are extracted from the entire plant. The whole plants contains hundreds of terpenes, cannabinoids, antioxidants, vitamins, and nutrients. Full-spectrum is scientifically proven to provide more nutrients and benefits than CBD isolate.
What is CBD?
CBD (Cannabidiol) is a chemical compound that comes from the cannabis Sativa plant. There are at least 113 unique compounds found in cannabis known as cannabinoids, of which, CBD is the second most abundant. Unlike its cousin, delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is the major active ingredient in marijuana, CBD is not psychoactive. CBD oil used has been through an extraction process to remove THC.Cannabinoids can be either consumed (phyto-cannabinoids) or they are produced by the our bodies (endocannabinoid). These chemical compounds interact with the body’s central regulatory system. This system is known to maintain a condition of balance or equilibrium within our internal environment and affect bodily processes such as appetite, mood, sleep and immune system functions.
What is the Human Endocannabanoid System and how does CBD work?
Is CBD Safe?
Is CBD legal in the UK?
CBD is completely legal as long as the product contains less than 0.02% THC or below 1mg per container. It is no longer a controlled substance and no restrictions on the way its consumed or utilised. The introduction of the Novel food Licence in March 2021, is good news for the industry and will ensure that all consumers only consume products that meet the strungent requirements og the Novel Food Licence.