Frequently Asked Questions
As CBD is extracted from hemp, it is 100% legal. The reason for this is simple; as hemp refers to strains of the Cannabis sativa that contain very low levels of THC. As a result of this, hemp-based products are approved and sold lawfully within the UK.
Products made from specially-bred hemp plants are generally considered to be safe, so it’s unlikely that you’ll experience any side-effects when taking CBD supplements. However, we cannot guarantee this as it will depend on how your body tolerates and reacts to CBD, so we’d recommend that you speak to your doctor if in doubt before using any dietary supplement.
CBD will definitely not make you high. Hemp plants, have entirely different characteristics to marijuana plant, and contains virtually no THC at all. Actually, it can counteract the psycho activity of THC, meaning that CBD products will leave you feeling stable at all times.
The amount of CBD that you take will always depend on your choice product, but we’d always recommend that you start by using a lower dosage and find the right level for you. A process of trial and error will then lead you to the ideal amount, while following our guidelines on products.
CBD is completely legal and is not a banned substance in the UK therefore it won’t be flagged up on any tests, which is why even top athletes can safely enjoy the benefits that CBD offers.
Since CBD cannabinoids naturally occur in the body they therefore naturally work with the endocannabinoid system to control communication between cells and mediate body function. This means CBD is perfectly safe for children. CBD is non-psychoactive so children will not get high from using it.
So everyone is different, there are many different ways to take CBD. I would recommend the oral oils, but some people like to vape, and some like to use edibles like our 20mg gummie bears. Whichever method you chose CBD will help your well being and health.
We would always suggest speaking with a medical professional if you are on prescription medication, as CBD can interact with some medicines but this is very rare and only at high doses. Many people actually reduce their prescription drugs while using CBD.