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Will I get high?

If you consume intoxicating elements, you will get intoxicated. It is the logical result of your action. When it comes to CBD, though, the answer will differ. CBD is not psychoactive, meaning you won’t get high from consuming CBD products. 

Is CBD legal?

CBD capsules and CBD oil are legal. CBD products which have been produced from an EU-approved strain of industrial hemp are legal in the country. Companies selling CBD products legally had to submit Novel Food Application before March 2021. Therefore, you will have multiple options to explore.

What is CBD flower?

CBD flower is strictly NOT meant for human consumption. Any CBD flower that we sell are not intended to be consumed by anyone and all contain less than 0.2% THC which is the approved level for any CBD product in the UK.

What is the best method to take CBD? 

If you are trying CBD products for the first time, then doing that by consuming edibles will be a nice and discreet way of doing so. Depending on the source of your purchase, you can select brownies, muffins, cupcakes, lozenges and other edibles for your CBD experience.

If you need faster results, then instead of introducing CBD to your digestive tract, putting it under your tongue will be better. The best method of CBD consumption depends on the intensity of your exposure to the products and your comfort level. You are the right person to select the best method for consuming CBD products. 

What is CBD oil? 

The oil extracted from cannabis plants and mixed with carrier oils such as coconut or hemp seed oil for dilution is called CBD oil. Depending on the THC level in the oil, it is considered legal and can be bought online.

CBD oil has several health benefits, and various research projects happening in different corners of the world are discovering more benefits with time. 

How much CBD can I take regularly? 

The amount of CBD products a person can consume in a day will vary from one person to another, as everyone’s tolerance level is different. Studies have shown that a person can usually tolerate up to 1500 milligrams of CBD in a day, but this is not absolute.

Along with the consumption of CBD, one has to keep an eye on the side effects and ensure the safety of the person consuming the products. So, it will be better to find your tolerance through careful experimentation and follow that to ascertain your daily CBD consumption amount. 

What are CBD crystals? 

CBD crystals, also known as cannabidiol crystals, are CBD isolates or pure form CBD found in cannabis plants. CBD is amongst the several compounds found in a cannabis plant.

Besides THC, CBD is the most abundant component available in those plants. It has multiple health benefits and is used for making several CBD products available in the market. 

What to do with CBD crystals? 

CBD crystals are used in several ways. They can be added to edible CBD products, including baked items mixed with DIY skincare products and carrier oils.

Usually, you can add CBD crystals to several items and use them in your daily life. Though, it is always wiser to ask experienced people and confirm if you are doing it right or not. 

How much is CBD legal in the UK? 

CBD is legal in the UK only when it contains less than 0.2% THC. It is a controlled substance under the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971.

Only the CBD derived from the industrial hemp strains approved by the authorities is considered legal in the country.