CBD is short for Cannabidiol.

It is a chemical compound, known as a phytocannabinoid, found in cannabis plants. There are over 100 cannabinoids present in the chemical composition of each plant; CBD is specifically extracted for use as a health supplement.

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The medical effects of cannabis were first introduced in 1839, with the first cannabinoid being discovered in 1940. CBD was identified later by American chemist, Roger Adams, at the University of Illinois in 1942.

Hemp oil, otherwise known as hemp seed oil, is the liquid obtained from the pressing of hemp seeds.

Hemp oil and CBD oil are very similar, both deriving from the hemp plant, but they differ in their concentration of cannabinoids. The leaves and flowers contain a higher level of cannabinoids, making them valuable in the extraction of CBD oil, whereas the seeds of the hemp plant contain very little or no CBD at all, so are solely reserved for the production of hemp oil.

Hemp, cannabis and marijuana are all names for plants in the ‘Cannabaceae’ family. Although they are somewhat related, there are some clear differences between the plants and the use in which they are bred for.

Depending on how the plant is grown and for what purpose, this dictates which term is correct for the description of hemp and cannabis. 

Cannabis, otherwise known as marijuana, is used to describe the ‘Cannabis Sativa’ plant, which is grown for use of its ‘trichomes’, the microscopic hairs which contain high amounts of the active chemical THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), which contains psychoactive properties that create the ‘high’ we associate with the drug.

Hemp is a specific type of cannabis, which is also part of the ‘Cannabis Sativa’ plant. The flowers of the hemp plant can be used to extract CBD for use in a variety of products, as they only contain trace amounts of the chemical THC. Products that contain less than 0.2% THC are legal to sell, buy and consume, as at this level, it is non-psychotropic and does not create the ‘high’ associated with cannabis.

Provided it contains no more than 0.2% THC (the active chemical tetrahydrocannabinol found in cannabis plants), CBD oil is legal to sell and purchase in a variety of supplement and health products.

The level of CBD content of a product has no impact on whether products are considered legal or illegal, instead the focus for the legality of the products is in the THC limit.

Yes, all our products have been stringently tested by an independent third party lab.

We strongly believe people should know exactly what they’re putting into their bodies, and we want to be as open as possible about the origins and creation of all our products.

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Across the world, different countries have different laws and regulations surrounding the use of CBD products, and being a cannabis derivative, some countries still monitor the use of these products due to its label as a controlled substance.

With that being said, anywhere within the UK, and in most countries across the world, there should be no issues with you taking our products travelling, although we do recommend you check the legality status of CBD before taking it with you to your destination.

As CBD is non-psychotropic (in other terms it does not change a person’s mental state by affecting the way the brain and nervous system work), it is not a chemical compound which drug tests tend to check for.

As long as the CBD product you use is less than or equal to the legal 0.2% THC limit, there should be no issue, and should not be picked up in a drug test.

All our CBD Oil products have been tested by an independent third party lab, which detail the chemical properties. For full details of the reports, please click the corresponding links below:

This can vary from 2 to 5 days, depending on the potency of the CBD product used.

No. As CBD is not non-psychotropic, this means it does not change a person’s mental state by affecting the way the brain and nervous system work, and therefore doesn’t have addictive capabilities.

Depending on the potency of the product used and the dosage taken, the effects of CBD can traditionally be felt for up to 6 hours.

There are many methods for extracting CBD from hemp. We use a CO2 extraction process which is acclaimed for being the safest and cleanest method; producing the purest extract.

We extract our CBD from organically-grown hemp plants across Europe.

Depending on the potency of the product used and the dosage taken, the effects of CBD can become noticeable from any time within 15 minutes to 2 hours.

We offer a range of CBD products suitable for a variety of different lifestyles and purposes.

Find out which product is right for you in our blog post here.

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