FAQs

CBD FAQ


What is CBD?
Cannobidiol (CBD) is a cannabinoids found in cannabis sativa. It is a non-psychoactive component of hemp plant.

Will I get high using CBD?
CBD does not have the same psychoactivity as tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) cannabinoids that causes you to get high. CBD is not psychoactive and you cannot get high from cannabidiol rich products.

Is there THC in your products?
Some of the products contain traces of THC below the legal limit of 0.2%.

Is CBD illegal?
The UK legislation permits CBD products to contain less than 0.2% THC which allows the consumer to experience the benefits of cannabinoids without the psychoactive effect. CBD is also legal in Europe as long as it originates from hemp rather than marijuana.

Is CBD safe to consume?
CBD has been approved by World Health Organisation (WHO) and World Anti Doping Agency (WADA). Pure CBD shows no evidence of risk, abuse or dependence potential. CBD is not a banned substance for athletes and can be taken into the body in multiple ways.

Will CBD oil cause a positive test?
CBD oil does not come up on any normal drug tests.
It is very unlikely that most consumers will test positive for THC in a drug test. If consumers are concerned about THC traces we would recommend purchasing broad spectrum products than full spectrum.

Can CBD cure diseases and conditions?
Our product are sold as a dietary supplement, so we are not making any medical claims that CBD products treat, cure or prevent any disease or conditions.
We regret that due to government regulations, we are unable to offer advice regarding using CBD for specific complaints or conditions.
However we encourage you to research on CBD and it’s benefits or consult a health professional for further information and advice.

How much CBD oil should I take?
CBD oil drops are designed to be taken under the tongue or added to food and drinks. CBD capsules designed to be ingested. Our products can be taken as a food supplement but are not medicines. Please read through carefully the instructions on consumption and dosage of the products.

What is the shelf life of CBD?
CBD products can lose their freshness over time. Always read the instructions and refer to the product's expiry date.



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