Have you got any CBD related questions? We might have a few answers for you. See below list of FAQ’s about CBD which may cover some of the queries you have.

What is CBD?

CBD, also known as Cannabidol, is a non psycoactive compound found in all cannibis plants. CBD is a non- intoxicating compound and has a extensive range of incoming research, promoting a wide array of potential health benefits.

Where does CBD oil come from?

CBD oils are extracted from Cannabis Sativa plants, with THC components removed (the cannibis compound that makes you high), leaving the natural nutrients and therapeutic benefits of the CBD.

Will CBD oil get you high?

No – CBD oil will not get you high.
Cannibis Sativa contains two main chemicals: THC and CBD. THC is the widely known compound that affects your brain in a psychoactive way. With THC separated and removed from CBD oil, no reactive ‘high’ is created.

Are CBD supplements legal?

In the UK, CBD supplements are 100% legal, with more and more emerging research rising to show its benefits and potential uses.

Is CBD oil tested?

It is important that all CBD products are accurately tested to ensure the purity, quality and potency of CBD is within guidelines. Our trusted suppliers provide all test results for the products we sell.

Can I take CBD to treat my condition?

We are passionate about CBD products, but we are definitely not doctors. We cannot prescribe or recommend CBD products for ailments, illnesses or any health condition you may have, and we always suggest to contact your GP or doctor for any health concerns.
Our products are safe and thoroughly tested, and as the popularity and awareness of CBD products is increasing, there are various new research studies to explore online which have some really exciting data about the benefits of CBD.

Are there any side effects of ingesting CBD?

Again, we are not doctors and cannot make any medical claims about CBD. Our products are safe and thoroughly tested, and most research suggests that there are no negative side effects of CBD. however if you are concerned, there is plenty of information and reports available online which look into the uses and benefits of CBD and always speak to a health professional.

If your question hasn’t been covered in our FAQ’s, feel free to contact us and we will ensure all your queries are answered as soon as possible!