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How does our Water Soluble compare to our Cannabis/Hemp oil? Cannabis/Hemp oil is a fat soluble substance which means that its bio-chemistry isn’t soluble in water. The Canni Family Cannabis/Hemp oil is taken sublingually under the tongue and absorbed through the thin layer of skin, into the vein, and then into the body's 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 traditional and most popular Cannabis/Hemp product. However due to the way Cannabis/Hemp oil is taken, only a proportion is absorbed sublingually under the...

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Cannabis/Hemp oil doesn’t get you ‘high’, products that contain only this 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 Cannabis oil contains trace amounts of THC they are within the legal limits, which is below 0.2%. Does Cannabis 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 in...

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Everyone is different. We recommend that you start off gradually if you are new to Cannabis/Hemp oil. What is Cannabis/Hemp Oil and how to take it? Have you ever wondered what Cannabis/hemp oil is and how to take cannabis oil? Well it comes from the hemp plant, as do all forms of Cannabis. THC forms before the plant flowers and CBD forms at the flowering stage. The Canni Family Cold Pressed Cannabis/Hemp oil is 100% full spectrum and is not able to make you ‘high’, no matter how much you take, as it is non-psychoactive. It is in no way addictive, has no known...

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Our commitment to you is to: 1) continue to offer the best quality products available and to provide lab testing reports to demonstrate this. 2) keep the costs fair in relation to the strength and quality of the product and our business costs, which are low but need to be covered. 3) we will continue to help customers understand how to know what to look out for when buying CBD - even if it isn’t from us! 4) to commit to being a Social Business. So what is a ‘Social’ Business? It is our intention to become a 'Social' Business...

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Time to look a little bit more in-depth into the endocannabinoid system, which consists of cell receptors and corresponding molecules in our bodies, so sit comfortably and the geek show shall begin! Where does the name Endocannabinoid come from? The name derives from the Greek word Endo meaning ‘within’ to represent the natural cannabinoid receptors within the human body. The main endocannabinoid molecules inside us are called anandamide (AEA) and 2-Ag. Interestingly when Anandamide was first isolated it got its name from the Sanskrit word Ananda, which means bliss in Hindi. So AEA (Anandamide) actually means the bliss molecule and I...

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