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The short answer is no. Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of two main cannabinoid compounds found in cannabis and hemp plants. The other compound is CBD’s other more infamous counterpart tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). The key difference between the two compounds is that whilst THC is psychoactive, CBD is not. This means that CBD won’t get you ‘high’. CBD is becoming increasingly popular for this reason, due to the benefits it can bring without the associated psychoactive elements that THC causes.
The short answer is yes. In the UK specific requirements exist, such as the requirement that any CBD oil contains less than 0.2% THC, which is why we quality test all of our products to ensure they are both of the highest quality, and legal.
By ordering our products you confirm that you are at least 18 years of age.
CBD refers to the molecule Cannabidiol. CBD is just one of hundreds of compounds called cannabinoids which are found in Hemp. In all of our bodies is a system known as the Endocannabinoid system (ECS), which is responsible for a number of physiological and cognitive processes. Research has found that CBD seems to inhibit an enzyme responsible for breaking down a key endocannabinoid, known as anandamide. By introducing CBD into the body, anandamide stays around for longer in the body before being metabolised. Therefore, a regular intake of CBD can support and boost our endocannabinoid system to function optimally.
As everyone metabolizes the compound differently, the dosage will vary from individual to individual. In general, the best way to find the dosage perfect for you is to start low and begin to increase it slowly, over a number of days. Remember to keep your dosage the same for a couple of days before increasing it.

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