Misconceptions about CBD

Disclaimer: we don’t claim to be medical experts nor do we claim that any of our CBD products will cure illnesses and/or diseases. We simply wish to educate people on the health & wellness benefits that our customers and other CBD users have seen as a result of cannabidiol usage.

Also all of our stocks are legal and meets the regulations of the UK law. All our products contain legal amount or lower content of THC or no THC at all in them. And all our products are independently lab tested as well.

Made from hemp, CBD oil is a natural, plant based food supplement.

Hundreds of thousands of people in the UK alone are using CBD oil as a supplement to support their wellbeing.

CBD oil can be taken in a variety of ways, including sublingually, (under the tongue), orally and even topically, (on the skin).

 1: CBD Makes You High

CBD is no intoxicating (it doesn’t make you feel euphoric) and is considered extremely safe. In fact, CBD can actually counteract the psychoactivity of THC, the component of marijuana that makes you feel “high.” 

 2: All CBD Comes from Marijuana

While CBD is present in Marijuana, when utilized as a legal health supplement, it is extracted from industrial hemp. Hemp has been cultivated by humans for over 10,000 years and is grown in many parts of the world with multiple uses. It is also an earth-friendly plant that is highly sustainable and renewable.

 3: Hemp and Marijuana are the Same 

Hemp and marijuana come from the same plant family, but are completely different in function, cultivation and application. Marijuana generally has a high level of THC (a psychoactive compound that makes you feel “high”) and is used for medicinal or recreational purposes. Hemp contains a negligible amount of THC (but is high in CBD) and is used in dietary supplements, skin products, clothing and paper. 

 4: CBD is Sedating

Technically, CBD is not a sedative. While some people find CBD “relaxing,” the misconception that CBD is a sedative may have come about because some products containing CBD extracted from marijuana can alsohave high concentrations of THC, which can have a sedating effect. In addition, CBD is currently being researched for its downgrading effect on disordered thinking (anxiety). But anxiety relief and sedation are not one and the same! 

 5: More is Better

When it comes to CBD, more isn’t necessarily better. Reports from clinicians and patients suggest that the therapeutic amount of CBD per serving varies for each individual, and in fact, the synergistic effect if full spectrum CBDcan be effective at low doses. Several factors, including frequency and length of use, as well as your body’s metabolism, weight and health status, can play a part in how much CBD is right for you.

 6: All CBD is Created Equal

If you used CBD before and it worked great, you may think using another CBD product will give you the same results. Not necessarily true. In order for quality CBD to be yielded, it must be grown, extracted and manufactured using very high standards. It is extremely important to research and purchase products from a trusted company that is known for adhering to the highest quality standards. So, if you have experienced a low-quality CBD product that hasn’t worked for you in the past, don’t lose faith. Instead, look for a CBD product from a trustworthy company. 

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