What is CBD?
CBD is short for Cannabidol. One of more than a hundred cannabinoids to be found in plants of the cannabis family. Cannabinoids got their name because they were only found in Cannabis plants at first. After further study however it was found that Cannabinoids exist in many other places including the human body. Each Cannabinoid has its own special and unique effect and in many cases health benefits.
Cannibidiol (CBD) is a natural constituent of hemp which has been isolated through gentle extraction techniques and does not contain THC. Many people, with different ailments, are benefiting from the use of CBD. In addition to that, these people typically notice very little or no side effects. Many scientific studies on CBD have been performed already and many possible uses have come to light. Despite this, at the current time, CBD is not an officially registered medicine for most ailments and diseases, so we are not allowed to make any medical claims regarding CBD but we can say that, in general, CBD supports the functioning of the immune system for example.
% of UK adults use CBD
% Report Better health and wellbeing:
£300 Million UK Market