Most frequent questions and answers

CBD or Cannibidiol is a natural compound found in the hemp plant that has significant, proven health benefits. The plant contains over 85 cannibidoids. Of these CBD and THC are the best known, but there are clear and distinct differences. CBD is not psychoactive unlike THC and CBD is approved for use in the United Kingdom.

CBD has a mild and therapeutic effect on a variety of ailments from general anxiety disorders to epilepsy.It works in conjunction with the natural systems in the body to reduce inflammation and manage pain relief . Noticeable effects are mild, but can be significant, with virtually no side effects.

CBD is 100% legal within the U.K. and European Union.

CBD has proven to be safe and non toxic for humans. It works with the body’s own natural endocannabinoid system and is not addictive.

In general CBD starts to work in 20-30 minutes. It is affected by method used, the dose level and your digestive system. There is no simple all encompassing answer to this question and because the recommended dosage is low you may not be aware of its effect but, over a period of time you should become aware of an improvement in wellbeing and sleep patterns.

If you are taking any other medications please consult your doctor for advice.

CBD has been trialed over the last four decades and has shown to be beneficial in reducing the symptoms of many conditions. This includes Anxiety, Inflammation, Arthritis, Epilepsy, Parkinsons disease, Migraine, Cancer, Fibromyalgia and Alzheimers.

Most people take CBD to promote wellbeing, but would not want to risk failing a  medical or a drug test for work purposes. Any employer or entity carrying out screening, usually, does so to ensure that psychoactive substances, such as THC, are not present in a level detrimental to normal human functioning. The amount of THC present in CBD products is lower than the UK approved limit and would neither impair normal function nor result in a positive test result. It is however our recommendation that you talk with whomever is carrying out any screening for informative purposes.