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What is CBD?

Legal by European decree no. 639-2014

CBD, also called Cannabidiol, is a molecule naturally present in Cannabis. It is not psychoactive and therefore does not cause psychotropic effects, euphoria, anxiety, or addiction the way THC can. This molecule being part of the cannabinoids presents many therapeutic properties.

These are not narcotics, and their legal use will likely allow you to benefit therapeutically. Some studies reveal many positive aspects, but clinical tests remain limited for the moment. Change authorized to authorised for UK English spelling In accordance with current regulations, this is "legal cannabis" and our products do not exceed the regulatory level of 0.2% THC, present in the cannabis plant, and are authorized in the member states of the European Union.

Do you have questions about CBD? Here are the most common questions

Is CBD a drug?

In Europe, the CBD trade is very much regulated.

Everything is done to avoid the negative effects of the THC molecule which can sometimes be found in the legal cannabis product.

The legal level of THC must not exceed 0.3% according to the latest decree published on 31.12.2021.

Any product containing more than the legal level of thc may be considered a drug in Europe and lead to a legal problem.

The online purchase of such a product should be avoided.

Howeverif the product respects this constraint and contains mostly cannabidiol, then it is not a drug and has none of the effects.

You can therefore consume cbd flowers, candy or cbd oils full spectrum,or any other product that respects this legal framework in Europe.

What are the benefits of CBD?

  • CBD is a cannabinoid that acts on the "CB 1" and "CB 2" receptors of the endocannabinoid system, which is responsible for a number of physiological functions. When consumed with the correct dosage, CBD produces the following benefits:
  • Soothing and relaxing effects, particularly for reducing or neutralizing stress and anxiety episodes;
  • The calming effect also helps to combat insomnia and improve sleep quality for complete nights and productive days;
  • Analgesic properties, to limit acute or chronic pain, with low to moderate intensity;
  • Anti-inflammatory benefits, particularly for the skin (topical CBD), muscles, and joints, thus promoting muscle recovery in athletes;
  • Antioxidant action, eliminating free radicals responsible for premature aging;
  • CBD can also stimulate cognitive functions and boost motivation.

Is CBD legal in the UK?

Yes, CBD products that meet certain conditions can be freely marketed and consumed in the UK and much of neighboring Europe. Only CBD products with less than 0.2% THC are allowed. In the eyes of the legislator, this is the guarantee of products without psychotropic effects, insofar as THC is the psychoactive molecule that produces the "high" effect of cannabis.

Note: the sale and consumption of CBD is strictly forbidden to minors. It is also strongly discouraged for pregnant women. Also, it is forbidden to smoke cannabidiol. Consumers must therefore limit themselves to oral ingestion, vaping, infusion and local (or topical) applications.

What are the differences between THC and CBD?

Tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, is a cannabinoid found naturally in the hemp plant. Its main difference with CBD lies in its psychoactive action. Indeed, this molecule is responsible for the "high" or "euphoric" effects associated with cannabis consumption, altering the state of consciousness and impacting memory, coordination and perception of time. It should also be noted that THC can cause relatively serious side effects such as anxiety, paranoia and tachycardia.

CBD, on the other hand, has no psychoactive effect and does not cause a feeling of euphoria. As such, it provides the consumer with the benefits of the hemp plant without the psychotropic and euphoric effects. This is why the legislator has set THC at a maximum level of 0.3%, i.e. at the level of mere traces.

Can I drive after taking CBD?

Our position is that you should not drive after consuming CBD, even if low doses do not impair your cognitive abilities or induce drowsiness. Caution is the better part of valour, especially for those who are just starting out and whose bodies are not yet accustomed to cannabidiol consumption.

Attention: the police do not look for CBD in the salivary tests... but THC is detectable. A priori, the legal limit of 0.3% of THC does not pose a problem in case of test, insofar as it is not enough to make it positive. On the other hand, if you buy from dubious suppliers who lack transparency on the real rate of THC of their products, you expose yourself to (very) heavy sanctions, within the framework of the fight against the traffic of narcotics. So be very careful. More info on our blog article "What are the risks of CBD in case of police control?"

The CBD flower, what is it?

It is simply the flowering part of the hemp plant, grown from specific varieties of the cannabis plant (Cannabis L. Sativa or Cannabis Indica). It has a high concentration of CBD and a very low THC content... which makes it a finished, semi-finished or raw material of choice to manufacture various CBD products such as oils, creams, e-liquids, foods, etc.

Sometimes referred to as "bud" or "hemp head", the CBD flower also concentrates trichomes, resinous glands that contain the useful cannabinoids of the hemp plant (CBD, but also CBC, CBN, CBG...), terpenes and flavonoids.

Given its high concentration of cannabinoids, its versatility (can be consumed in vaporization, infusion, seasoning of dishes ...) and the wide variety of strains offered, the CBD flower is the cannabidiol product most popular with consumers.

What is CBD oil?

CBD oil is a cannabidiol (CBD) product extracted from the cannabis plant, usually from the Cannabis L. Sativa or Cannabis Indica varieties, which contains high levels of CBD and very low or no levels of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).

CBD oil is made by extracting cannabidiol, cannabinoids (CBG, CBN, CBC...) and other active compounds such as terpenes and flavonoids from the flowers, leaves and sometimes the stems of the hemp plant. The CBD extract is then mixed with a carrier oil, such as coconut oil, olive oil or hemp seed oil, to facilitate the use and absorption of the active ingredients.

CBD oil can take three forms, depending on its composition:

- Full spectrum CBD oil, containing all the natural components of the hemp plant, except THC ;

- Broad spectrum CBD oil, containing a good part of the natural components of the hemp plant (without THC);

- CBD isolate, which contains only cannabidiol.

Note: full spectrum CBD oil allows the body to benefit from the "entourage effect". Specifically, the soothing, analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects of CBD would be increased tenfold when the user ingests or applies a full spectrum product. For more info on dosage, see our article.

How to consume CBD?

Depending on the product, the purpose and the preferences of the user, CBD can be consumed in different ways:

- Sublingual consumption, particularly with CBD oils and tinctures. This involves placing the product under the tongue and allowing a few seconds for the sublingual mucosa to absorb it. This mode of consumption allows a fast and direct absorption of CBD in the bloodstream, for almost immediate effects and a better bioavailability compared to the oral consumption;

- Oral consumption: discreet and more "intuitive", oral consumption involves edible products (chocolates, candies, gum, energy drinks ...), capsules, tablets and CBD infusions (herbal teas, decoctions, cold drinks, etc.).

- Inhalation, via electronic cigarette or vaporizer: this mode of consumption concerns the e-liquids of vapotage and the flowers of CBD. Contrary to the fact of smoking CBD, the vaporization spares the consumer the inhalation of toxic and carcinogenic substances, insofar as one does not reach the combustion;

- Topical application, including creams, lotions, balms, ointments and gels of CBD;

- Transdermal administration of CBD, via cannabidiol patches.

Which CBD product to choose?

To choose the right CBD product, you will need to consider several factors based on your needs and organoleptic preferences. Summary:

- Purpose and/or symptoms: pain and inflammation call instead for topical products for targeted action, or oils and capsules for generalized relief. Oils and flower infusions are indicated for sleep problems, while skin problems respond well to topical products;

- Method of consumption: for quick action, favor products that can be consumed sublingually, especially oils. For longer lasting effects that diffuse gradually, opt for capsules, tablets, edibles and flowers. For local, targeted application, opt for topical CBD products;

- CBD concentration: start with a small dose, such as 5 mg per shot, and increase over the weeks until you feel the desired effects. We recommend the appropriate doses in our product sheets;

- Spectrum: full spectrum CBD products and, to a lesser extent, broad spectrum, allow you to benefit from the "entourage effect", which increases the effects felt tenfold;

- Quality and transparency: CBD products extracted with CO2 to ethanol are of better quality.

By taking these factors into account, you should be able to select a CBD product tailored to your specific needs from our online store.

What are the effects of CBD?

CBD is generally recognised by the general public and some scientific studies for various virtues:

  • Helps regulate the immune system
  • Has a possible anti-inflammatory effect on our body
  • Has a possible positive influence in tests to treat epilepsy
  • Has a positive effect in channeling a disease like multiple sclerosis
  • Helps soothe pain
  • Helps to moisturize dry skin, if used as a balm
  • Helps cure tinnitus
  • May have a positive effect on autism in children
  • Helps treat rosacea

Our types of CBD do not give a cerebral high. Indeed, Lemon Haze resin is not a psychotropic drug like hashish could be for example. Besides, cannabidiol does not come from sativa cannabis varieties but rather from indica. Finally, it should be noted that there are also some secondary repercussions, depending on individual sensitivities. Consuming our products, in high doses and especially during specific treatments, can cause nausea and vomiting, but also in some cases a loss of appetite as well as a renewed appetite. In other, rarer cases, hallucinations due to excessive consumption may occur.

It should be noted that the effects also depend on how the molecule is administered. Oils, for example, provide a faster action by sublingual administration, compared to ingestion during a meal.

Finally, there is a gustatory pleasure derived from the flavours of each variety consumed.

The most passionate and experienced consumers like to spot citrus notes for example, or woody notes. However, not all consumers have a delicate palate, and it will take some practice to really spot all the flavours like an oenologist tasting a fine wine.

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