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CBD is a molecule, known as a Cannabinoid. Over 100 Cannabinoids are present throughout the thousands of Cannabis cultivars, CBD is more bountiful in the species, Hemp.

There is no definitive answer. We suggest that you start with doses between 10mg to 20mg, twice per day. In order to identify your optimum CBD dosage, you should adopt the “microdosing” strategy.

CBD isolate is exactly that – isolated Cannabidiol. In order to qualify as CBD isolate, the active ingredient should test above 99%. The remaining ingredients are minor traces of cannabinoids and/or terpenes.

Although CBD derives from the Cannabis species, it is non-intoxicating. The high that is associated with cannabis is because of the Cannabinoid, THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol).

There are a variety of ways that you can take CBD:

  • Sublingual – You can take CBD oil via a dropper, which is administered under the tongue.
  • Edibles/Orally – CBD is also available in foods such as cakes and gummies, or Capsules. Both of which digest in the stomach.
  • Topical – You can also apply CBD directly onto the skin. CBD products are available in a vast range of creams and lotions
  • Inhalation – CBD can be inhaled via a vaporiser. You simply add a CBD e-liquid to a vape pen, which is the same principle as a nicotine vape.

For many years, CBD was an illegal substance. During Cannabis prohibition, global governments also outlawed Hemp. In recent years we have witnessed legislation changes throughout most of the world. Because of recent legislation changes, CBD is now legal in the United States, Canada, the European Union, and many more parts of the world.

CBD oil is a Cannabis Sativa L. extract. It’s an oil that contains a percentage of Cannabidiol that is often accompanied by minor traces of other Cannabinoids and/or Terpenes. The majority and remaining ingredient is a carrier oil, which is ether MCT oil, Hemp seed oil, or Olive oil.

CBD interacts with the Endocannabinoid system, which helps to regulate various functions within our body. This system consists of Cannabinoids and receptors (CB1 &CB2).

It turns out that our bodies naturally produce Cannabinoids (Endocannabinoids). External Cannabinoids, such as CBD are known as Phytocannabinoids. Both Endo and Phytocannabinoids bind with our CB1 and CB2 receptors.

Not only can you not overdose from CBD, there has never been a single fatality from any of the discovered Cannabinoids. Worst-case scenario from taking too much CBD is that it may counteract the desired effects. By taking too much, you’re wasting your hard earned money.

In rare cases, side effects may occur. Although they are minor, we advise that you stop taking CBD until the symptoms subside and then lower your dose. If the symptoms continue, you should consider whether you continue taking CBD. The potential side effects are as follows:

  • Nausea
  • Headaches and/or migraines
  • Diarrhea
  • Dry mouth

By definition, Hemp is Cannabis. In order to classify as Hemp, the plant must contain less than 0.2 percent THC (0.3 percent in the United States and Canada).

Yes, CBD is a naturally occurring molecule that derives directly from the Cannabis plant. Although CBD can be synthesized, Cannabidiol based products are traditionally made with natural derivatives.


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