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It is vital that you know what you are putting into your body when it comes to Cannabis/CBD oil. There are a lot of excellent companies out there selling good quality products. There are also a lot of cowboys selling substandard CBD oil that either has lower amounts of CBD than advertised, higher THC than listed which would show up on a drugs test, or even rancid oil carriers. All of these have been identified in products on sale in the UK including those on sale on Ebay and Amazon. How do I know my CBD provider is a reputable company? Can they provide you with Independent Lab...

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In light of Canada making Cannabis Legal we thought you might like to know some facts and some of the history relating to this controversial plant.

 

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How does our water soluble CBD spray compare to our CBD oil? Cannabis oil is a fat soluble substance which means that its bio chemistry isn’t soluble in water. The Canni Family CBD oil comes in a Standard strength of 800mg (8%) or 2500mg (25%) per 10 ml bottle, which is taken sublingually under the tongue and absorbed through the thin layer of skin, into the vein, and then into the body endocannabinoid system. The active full spectrum components within the oil include CBD, CBN and CBZ which are shown in our independent lab test reports. This is the the traditional and most popular...

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CBD doesn’t get you ‘high’, products that contain only this CBD/cannabinoid are considered legal in the UK and most countries world-wide. It’s THC—the part that gets you high—which is illegal and whilst all CBD oil contains trace amounts of THC they are within the legal limits, which is below 0.5%. Does CBD oil show up on drugs tests? The answer is no it won’t show up on any drug tests. When you take a drug test the aim is to detect THC in your body not “cannabis.” If you possessed marijuana without any THC in it, technically you wouldn’t be...

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The World Health Organization (WHO) Expert Committee on Drug Dependence (ECDD) have released a report on CBD showing evidence that not only is CBD safe but highlighting that it isn’t addictive. The report also highlights that no public health problems, like driving under the influence, have been associated with CBD. “In humans, CBD exhibits no effects indicative of any abuse or dependence potential,” wrote the World Health Organization, a U.N. agency that focuses on public health. Is CBD safe to consume? CBD is safe, non-addictive and non-toxic for humans, even when consumed at high doses. It does not interact with receptors found...

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