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Everything You Need to Know About Cannabidiol

Posted by ARobinson 25/04/2019 0 Comment(s)

Everything You Need to Know About Cannabidiol

It’s made headlines and it’s made waves! Cannabidiol has been found to offer many beneficial properties and without any side effects but, being found in cannabis, it has been treated with some degree of suspicion. There is much confusion surrounding cannabidiol (CBD) and there really shouldn’t be. Perhaps it’s time we explained!

What is CBD?

One of over 100 cannabinoids found in cannabis, CBD is a phytocannabinoid (cannabinoid derived from a plant). It does not produce any psychoactive effects such as those caused by the tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) in cannabis. In other words, CBD does not induce a

high! The CBD in all of our products is derived from industrial hemp which is low in THC and which is grown legally under licence. The oil extracted from the hemp contains up to 40% CBD which can be used to supplement a variety of products. For inhalation products

such as for vaping and e liquids this is then refined into a pure 99% crystal and the THC removed for compliance with UK law. All traces of heavy metals are removed to ensure that our CBD liquid lab products are the purest on the market. Consumed, absorbed or inhaled, CBD promotes wellness of both mind and body.

How Does CBD Work?

Now we are going to get a little bit scientific but bear with us! Cannabinoids are what are known as agonists which bind to receptors on your cells. Cannabinoid receptors are found throughout your body including the nervous system and major organs. The receptors make up the endocannabinoid system and we all have one! This system is vital for passing

messages around the body concerning pain, mood, inflammation, appetite, immunity, stress and homeostatic regulation. The latter being a posh way of describing optimal energy balance. CBD is similar to the endocannabinoids produced naturally by the human body and so can tap into the system to enhance your wellbeing.

What Happened to Hemp?

Hemp has been cultivated for several millennia. It was an important agricultural crop for centuries in the developed world. Indeed, at one time, you could be imprisoned in some regions of the U.S. for not growing it! However, in the 1930s, a smear campaign undertaken by rival industries associated hemp with cannabis and it is a stigma which has lingered. People were prevented from experiencing the benefits of CBD that their ancestors enjoyed. But hemp and CBD are making a comeback!

What AreThe Benifits of CBD?

Endocannabinoid deficiency is thought to be widespread. Taking CBD is just like taking a vitamin supplement. It enables you to address any deficiency you may have and to support your vital endocannabinoid system which is intrinsic to so many aspects of your health and wellbeing. Remember, CBD is not a drug. It is legal, it does not induce a high and it produces no side effects. However, it is always good to consult your doctor before using new products and supplements.

Our CBD E-Liqiuds

You can take CBD via edible supplements and absorbing it through your skin. Vaping is also a great way to enjoy the benefits of CBD! The quality of our Premium CBD E-Liquids is second to none. The purest ingredients ensure superior products which are enhanced by a variety of delicious flavours. Better still, you can choose the concentration of CBD which best suits your needs. CBD E liquid brings a new dimension to vaping but also to your wellbeing.

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