Let’s answer your questions
CBD won’t get you high, our full spectrum CBD contains the legal UK limit of 0.2% THC. For THC to work as a psychoactive in the human body you need a minimum of 10%
The endocannabinoid system (ECS) is the regulatory system found in all complex animals, regulating the diverse functions in the body such as digestion, immune response, inflammation and pain.
The CBD cannabinoid structure is similar to that of our own endocannabinoid receptors (C1 and C2) which are found in the brain, organs, connective tissues glands, and immune cells.
CBD binds to the receptors in our system and boosts the production of our own cannabinoids.
CBD shouldn’t show up on a drug test, however some oils contain trace amounts of THC (<0.05%) the test isn’t designed to look for it and extremely unlikely to come up however if you’re in a position that even trace amounts would be detrimental, we recommend our THC products clearly labelled for distinction.
While people love using CBD to relax, it shouldn’t cause drowsiness just promote calmness.
We suggest starting low and build up to a level you feel comfortable with tracking with a daily log and make sure to not exceed 70mg a day.
The effect of CBD varies from person to person. Some feel immediate effect, but this is not always the case, we suggest. diary log to track your symptoms.
CBD is not an addictive component of cannabis or hemp. We are regulated by both the cannabis trade association and European industrial hemp ambassador. Our reputable supplier, Hempflax, guarantees our products and ingredients are safe to use.
Clearly CBD’s key supplier of CBD is Hempflax, based in the Netherlands we have full traceability of each plant that is used which both supports and promotes our seed to shelf outlook.
Always consult your doctor or healthcare professional before taking CBD if you’re already taking medication.
Some studies suggest CBD inhibits the action of cytochrome P450 which is important for removing some medication from your body.
It varies from person to person. On average, CBD can stay in the body between 2-5 days after taking it.