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CBD or cannabidiol is one of the hidden molecules behind cannabis (sativa, indica, etc.) – it has been used for generations to relax (it was even used in the bronze age!). Let’s be honest – they probably weren’t aware of all the molecular components at that time, but they were almost certainly intelligent enough to notice the positive effects that hemp had on their bodies. So let’s dive into the cannabidiol subject and discover why CBD is such a big topic in 2020.
Before you continue reading this page, we recommend that you read the story of Charlotte, an American girl who was able to stabilise her Dravet Syndrome by using a high CBD cannabis Strain called Charlotte’s web. This event marked the real beginning of the rise of cannabidiol and it’s a good story to know and understand.
What is cannabidiol?
Definition of CBD
It’s a chemical found in all cannabis species in different concentrations. This molecule is from the cannabinoids family just like THC, although effects are far different to tetrahydrocannabinol. THC and CBD both act on the endocannabinoid system that’s present in all mammals, however while THC creates a psychoactive effect (the cannabis “high”), cannabidiol doesn’t make people high.
So … it’s weak cannabis, right?
People like to call cannabidiol “weak cannabis“, but this is wrong as this term refers to hemp flowers with highly concentrated CBD that are for the purpose of being smoked. For medical cannabis, it’s a bit different as different flowers contain THC at different levels and people need a valid medical prescription to use these products. They can then smoke it (not the recommended way of consuming) or make oil or edibles out of it.
So this compound cannot really be called “light cannabis” or “medical cannabis” because it’s just one of the molecules of the full plant, it is one of the numerous elements you can find in industrial hemp like terpenes, cannabinoids, wax, fibers, etc …
At the molecular level, when cannabidiol is fully extracted from the cannabis plant, it looks like a tasteless and odorless powder. Extracting only cannabidiol while simultaneously removing all the other plant material is difficult and expensive because you need a high-pressure CO2 extractor to do this. This separation has to be made to have pure, 99.99% CBD crystals without any presence of THC. This powder is then used to make CBD oil, edibles or cosmetics.
Now it gets interesting: Cannabidiol is a cannabinoid that acts on the pain system and serotonergic system that is present in the brain of every mammal. It acts on specific brain receptors such as 5-HT1A or 5HT3A, both of which are the same receptor used by opioid drugs like pain-killers, anti-depression pills (SSRIs) and sleeping pills.
And what’s even better is that both CBD and CBDa have very few benign side effects in contrast to the previous drugs we mentioned. Now we understand why there is such great potential in cannabidiol: It could simply replace drugs that are currently used by 5-10% of the world’s population!
Is cannabidiol legal?
Yes, cannabidiol is 100% legal in the United Kingdom and in 95% of the world as a whole. The molecule is considered to be a food supplement that can be taken without restriction. But you have to be careful with the kind of CBD products that you buy and use because it can’t contain any trace of THC in it. If the product contains more than 0.2% of THC, then it is illegal in the United Kingdom. For more information, you can read the updated for 2020 CBD law.
How do you take CBD?
There are plenty of ways to properly ingest this cannabinoid, but before diving into this I recommend that you read the most common mistakes made while taking CBD. It is an interesting summary to help you to avoid making those mistakes.
Frequently Asked Questions
You should be very careful when buying your CBD oil! Legal cannabis is a brand new market and there are tonnes of products, ranging from very bad (or even scams) to the highest quality oil produced in high-tech laboratories. When we talk about scam products we are talking about misleading hemp oil products that are copying the style, marketing, and presentation of CBD oil. These products are sold in a very small 10ml bottle and often at a very high price, but they do not contain any cannabidiol or other cannabinoids.
Hemp oil is just cooking oil made from pressed hemp seeds, exactly like olive oil. Hemp seed does not contain any CBD, THC or any other cannabinoids, it is very cheap to produce and you can find good quality hemp seed oil for about $20 per litre.
On the contrary, CBD oil is usually made with the base of hemp seed oil but manufacturers add real CBD extract to it. There are many different types of CBD extract that can be added to this oil:
- It could be a full spectrum extract that contains the full range of cannabinoids (including THC).
- Or it could be a broad-spectrum extract with a large range of cannabinoids but not containing THC.
- Or it could be an isolated extract that contains 99% of CBD and no other cannabinoids.
Alternatively, you can find cannabis oil made with other oil bases, like grape seed Oil, sesame oil, avocado oil, almond oil, coconut oil, canola oil (rapeseed oil), olive oil, sunflower oil, peanut oil, etc.
So be careful when buying your oil from an unknown supplier and alwayscheck the label to verify if it’s a crude hemp seed oil or a real CBD product.
Below is what scientists have found about the effects of CBD properties on the human body, you can find plenty of other research here.
To relieve pain
According to the research conducted by GW Pharmaceuticals in the USA, the use of CBD oil can interact with the body’s protein cells and transmit chemical signals to both the immune system and brain through a variety of stimuli. This creates a positive effect and helps the cells to deal with chronic pain. CBD is extremely helpful for people who are facing back pain and inflammation. Another survey has proven how this molecule can improve sleep quality and your mood. Patients going through chemotherapy often find relief with the usage of cannabidiol when both the treatment and the disease become unbearable.
To help with anxiety
CBD has earned fame for its amazing ability to reduce stress and help with anxiety. The Journal of Cannabis Therapeutics published a report explaining how the natural components present in CBD are beneficial when it comes to releasing pleasure hormones in the human body. It helps to relax the mind. CBD oil also causes a sense of relaxation and calm. The serotonin levels of our body are altered due to this cannabinoid action in our endogenous cannabinoid system. It has an impact on the CB1 receptors present in the brain. This helps to improve our mental health.
The ability to help patients with cancer
Although a massive amount of research is still ongoing regarding the ability of CBD to fight cancer, the reports so far have been very positive. Both cannabis and CBD oil are known to reduce the side effects of cancer therapy and reduce the main symptoms. A combination of both the components of cannabidiol and THC help to deal with the pain that is related to cancer. According to research conducted at the Medical University of Vienna, Austria by Hansen M, it can be concluded that CBD helps to deal with the harmful effects caused by chemotherapy including anxiety, vomiting, and nausea, among other things. Please note that there is not a single medical study that proves that cannabidiol could reduce the tumor’s size or actively fight metastasis. For now, science only has certitude over the fact that CBD causes a reduction of side-effects that are caused by chemotherapy treatment for cancer.
Help to clear up acne
A Nobel Prize winner – George Andrew Olah – conducted research and made findings into how CBD’s anti-inflammatory properties can fight the signs of acne. CBD also controls the production of sebum which helps to reduce oiliness and helps the skin fight inflammatory cytokines and the bacteria responsible for causing acne.
Better mental health
Patients who suffer from multiple sclerosis and epilepsy can be majorly helped by this cannabinoid. At the University of London, a research was conducted that proved CBD was effective in dealing with a wide range of different neurological conditions. This includes Parkinson’s disease and Dravet syndrome. It also reduces cognitive decline and neurodegeneration, which helps those suffering from Alzheimer’s.
The struggle to fall asleep at night is very real for most of the population. This molecule can work wonders for those who simply want undisturbed sleep without any nasty side effects. The components present in this cannabinoid can relax the body and lower energy levels, leading to easier sleep.
Giving you a clear answer here is pretty difficult, as we don’t know who you are, we don’t know your morphology, or the reasons that you want to use CBD. Do you have trouble sleeping? Do you suffer from pain? Maybe social anxiety? There is not a single answer that fits everyone…
To get very precise information about how much CBD you should take, you should use our advanced CBD dosage calculator. Answer the 6 questions this quiz asks so that we can calculate the perfect amount of CBD that you need to take on a daily basis.
Our calculation is based on the table below:
|< 11 kgs||11 to 20 kgs||20 to 40 kgs||40 to 70 kgs||70 to 110 kgs||> over 110 kgs|
|Low||4.5 mg||6 mg||9 mg||12 mg||18 mg||22 mg|
|Medium||6 mg||9 mg||12 mg||15 mg||22 mg||30 mg|
|High||9 mg||12 mg||15 mg||18 mg||27 mg||45 mg|
But we are going to go deeper and give you a more precise dosage by including your age and also the severity of your problem, so justtry our online quiz to learn more about the dose of cannabidiol that you need to take.
We want to remind you that cannabidiol is not a medicine or a drug, and that our products should not be used to treat symptoms or to heal an illness. If you are experiencing health troubles, please consult your healthcare professional before using CBD oil or cannabis oil.
The molecule found naturally in the cannabis plant is the cannabidiolic acid C22H30O4 and when it is activated (heated/decarboxylated) it becomes cannabidiol: C21H30O2 but CBD oil comes in 3 different forms:
Isolate: This is the purest form
Isolate is a white powder made up of 99% pure CBD – this is the purest form you can get but it does not contain any other cannabinoids like CBN, CBG, THC, etc. With the new discoveries about this molecule, science is now increasingly concluding that this form of oil is the least effective. Scientific research shows that the oil needs to contain a large range of cannabinoids in order to better interact with the endocannabinoid system. CBD alone can be absorbed easily by your body, however it will not be as effective as the full range of other cannabinoids such as CBC, CBG and CBN. That is why you need to focus on full-spectrum or broad-spectrum THC-free distillate extracts.
Broad-spectrum: THC free, wide range of cannabinoids that don’t contain chlorophyll
The broad-spectrum oil is probably the best type of CBD oil that you can get on the market. It contains a large range of cannabinoids that will be absorbed by your body and that provide an “entourage effect”. Cannabidiol associated with cannabidiolic acid, cannabinol, cannabigerol, cannabichromene, cannabidivarin, tetrahydrocannabivarin, and tetrahydrocannabinolic ccid will act with huge efficiency on your endocannabinoid system. About this point, broad-spectrum is very similar to full-spectrum oil but the main difference is that the broad spectrum is totally free from THC, wax, and chlorophyll. This means that the oil will not make you high, will not cause any psychoactive effect, and the oil will taste great without any unpleasant wax and chlorophyll residues.
This is definitely the best CBD oil you can buy, and you are lucky because this is exactly the kind of oil that we produce and sell on this website.
Full-spectrum: All the cannabinoids but containing THC and other unwanted residues
Full-spectrum cannabis oil is probably the easiest and cheapest oil. Manufacturers only need to use some ethanol to extract these elements, they will get a brown crude oil that contains all the cannabinoids such as the THC, the wax and the chlorophyll. This oil will be as effective as the broad-spectrum oil, but it’ll contain some levels of tetrahydrocannabinol that could exceed the legal limit in the UK. Plus it will contain all the residues of hemp/cannabis, such as some fibers, wax, chlorophyll.
Here are some great tips to help you find the best cannabis oil for you:
Find a serious laboratory
As you have seen above, finding a serious laboratory from which you can buy your CBD is crucial! There are plenty of different hemp products on the market – and not all are at same level of quality.
Be careful of hemp seed oil promoted as CBD oil
Many products that you find on marketplaces do not actually contain any trace of CBD, these products are just hemp seed oil labelled and packaged as cannabidiol products, however seeds from cannabis don’t have any cannabinoids that act on the endocannabinoid system. If you fall into this trap you will pay an enormous price for a simple alimentary oil that has the same properties as olive oil or other kinds of cooking oils.
Ask for laboratory analysis
The simplest way to be sure that your product is a real hemp extract with cannabidiol is to ask for a third-party lab analysis to be sure of the cannabinoid concentration in each bottle. On serious websites like Naturicious, you don’t even need to contact this service as you can find the analysis directly on our website. On other websites, if you don’t find this analysis and you need to ask for the analysis by email, it probably means that there is no CBD in the products or that those companies simply don’t have the budget to do expensive lab certification for their products, which is not a very good sign of quality and seriousness…
Go for a broad-spectrum oil
As you saw above, hemp-extracted oil comes in 3 different forms: Isolate, broad-spectrum or full-spectrum. Isolated cannabidiol contains only CBD (99%) and is actually not that effective because there are no other cannabinoids in it which means it doesn’t create the entourage effect in your body. Full-spectrum oil contains a wide range of cannabinoids but these often contain wax or chlorophyll and give a bad taste to your oil, and the THC in them will make you high and unable to do some basic daily tasks. Choosing a distillate broad-spectrum oil is the best way to go about buying CBD, because you get all the different cannabinoids from cannabis without wax, chlorophyll and THC, so there is no bad taste and zero psychoactive effect!
And you are in the right place at the right time because all our CBD oils are made using broad-spectrum distillate mixed in a premium hemp seed oil.
Why is oil even more expensive than regular CBD flowers? This is probably the question that we are seeing the most on the internet and at the cannabis events that we organize around the world! Oil is not simple to make, you might think that we simply buy hemp or cannabis biomass and that we press it to extract the delicious CBD, but this is not how it works… To reach the highest standards of hemp-extracted oil we need to follow a long path using high-tech laboratory machines and extractors to deliver the golden CBD oil.
Here are some of the important steps that are taken during the making of Naturicious Premium Oil:
The first step is to grow some good quality hemp by selecting a nice and vigorous strain that will grow and produce a great plant in 6 months. We are rigorously selecting the best hemp strains that will be best suited for our final product, we are making numerous tests for the taste, we are looking for low-THC high-CBD and the plant needs to produce high concentrations of other cannabinoids too. This is not an easy procedure!
After a long process, we can harvest our hemp and let it dry for a few days before we are able to process it in our CO2 supercritical extractor. Drying cannabis in the correct way is important to preserve the taste and to make the extraction process easier.
By removing a good part of the water present in cannabis we have less liquid residue and the taste is preserved in the extraction process.
Extracting CBD from hemp
To extract this precious molecule from cannabis, first we need to remove the flower because we are not allowed to use this part of the plant in many countries in Europe. The flower contains the highest percentage of CBD so there is a little bit of a loss of CBD, but this is mandatory so that we are able to sell our products around the world.
Then we grind the plant into very small particles so that it’s easier to extract the components from the plant. Then we insert this powder into the supercritical CO2 extractor: This extraction method doesn’t use alcohol but only air (carbon-dioxide), under high pressure this acts as a solvent and separates the cannabinoids from the plants. We can only extract 5 kilograms of biomass every 5 hours so it’s a very long and complex process!
In the end we retrieve a yellow paste full of cannabinoids (with THC), terpenes, wax, chlorophyll, and other residues, at this stage we then need to refine it to remove any unwanted impurities.
Removing residues with distillation
To improve our oil and make it fully legal regarding the 0.2% THC law, we need to distillate our wax to remove all the unwanted elements. Distillation is a very old and well known process that removes wax and chlorophyll while keeping terpenes and cannabinoids. But after we have distilled our oil we still need to remove all the THC before bottling our oil. This process of removing tetrahydrocannabinol is made using advanced chromatography methodology. Chromatography is the only way to remove only the molecules of THC while keeping the precious CBD, terpenes, and all the other cannabinoids of cannabis.
Sampling and analysis in a laboratory
Finally, before we are able to sell our products, we need to make sure that our oil is top quality, so we send some bottles to a third-party laboratory that tests our products for cannabinoid concentration, heavy metals, microbiological and pesticide residues. We run more than 5 different tests on each batch, and everyone can consult them on our website before purchasing our precious tincture.
First, it is important to understand that Cannabidiol is not a medicine or a drug and that if you have a health trouble you need to consult your GP to know if CBD could be good for your ailment. Secondly, as a serious cannabinoids manufacturer, we cannot recommend the use of CBD for any health-related condition. Now that you are aware of this fact you can learn why our clients are using our products on a daily basis.
Some say it helps them to sleep
Many people around the world have trouble falling asleep, whether it is sleep apnea, or trouble relaxing or the impossibility of getting a complete night of relaxation without getting woken up. Every day we receive emails and reviews from people that greatly improved their quality of sleep by using CBDas oil or as flowers.
Some people use it to mitigate their pain.
Scientists have learned that CBD and all the cannabis compounds act directly on the endocannabinoid system in mammals. This system is directly responsible for managing mood, pain, and relaxation. It’s a critical system in the human body. For thousands of years, people have beenusing cannabis to mitigate their pain and our clients are using CBD in the same way, their reviews for pain-related trouble are very positive on our Trustpilot page.
People like to use CBD to relax without any psychoactive effect
Another reason why people are using hemp oil is to relax, our daily life can be very stressful and sometimes it is not easy to enter a state of relaxation by simply focusing on breathing deeply. CBD is very effective in this way, the effect of this molecule is similar to cannabis but without any psychoactive effect, you will be able to take care of your daily routine without being high or getting a mad desire to eat and do nothing of your day.
More and more people are asking us if it could be beneficial to give CBD to their pets, and this question often comes up for dogs’ and cats’ health troubles such as arthritis. As you know, we cannot tell you that cannabidiol is able to heal your animals but on one hand, we can say that all mammals have endocannabinoid receptors and therefore CBD will have some kind of an effect on them. Talk to your vet to find out if this molecule can improve your pet’s problems.
We have developed a special formulation for dogs and cats, click here to discover our salmon CBD oil for pets.
On the other hand, for exotic pets such as reptiles, it seems that they are not receptive to cannabidiol because they do not have the corresponding receptors, therefore giving them CBD oil will have no effect on them.
CBD and THC are both cannabinoids found in hemp that act on endocannabinoid receptors in the mammalian brain. But these are molecules that produce very different effects on the behavior of individuals. In fact, THC acts more aggressively than CBD by generating intense psychotropic effects: Hilarity, hunger, sleep, loss of consciousness, etc. With the possibility of long-term effects such as schizophrenia, depression, and paranoia.
However, CBD acts more passively on the body with beneficial effects on sleep, pain, and well-being which can be seen in the long term. Although many studies have been done on CBD, long-term side effects have not been shown. There is no dependency that develops while using CBD, and it does not lead to consuming cannabis or other drugs.
Be sure to use a broad-spectrum THC free distillate CBD extract so there will be no trace of tetrahydrocannabinol in your oil and therefore zero psychotropic effects.
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When you are working in a professional environment with clients, partners, or with your team, you need to have a clear state of mind and calm energy to be able to tick off your to-do list. When you know a bit about cannabis, you know that there are some major effects on your body and on your mind that impact your social skills and your energy levels. This downside of cannabis is due to the fact that there is a high concentration of THC in cannabis and you clearly don’t want those effects when you are working.
In contrast, CBD does not generate psychoactive effects and mostly affects your relaxation and your well-being, the effect is similar to cannabis but without the downside. In fact, CBD is often used by high-level athletes to obtain a higher level of focus, relaxation and better muscle recovery.
CBD is not a psychoactive molecule and it doesn’t appear in saliva drug detection tests that mostly focus on THC levels in your blood. In the event of a company drug screening, your employer won’t even know that you take CBD in the morning or before going to sleep.
This is probably one of the most asked questions that we receive every week! It’s normal to be worried if you’re carrying a cannabidiol bottle in a plane, because you know that you have a very big probability to be picked on by the airport agents!
To be able to carry a bottle on a plane, the safest way is to put your oil in a toiletry bag near your toothbrush, your toothpaste, and your deodorant. In fact, we do not recommend carrying the oil with you or in your hand luggage because there are some travel companies that are super strict with liquids. While carrying cannabis oil on you, you will most of the time have the same trouble as if you were carrying water, cola or perfume. So… avoid having your oil confiscated by discreetly storing it in your hold bag.
These tips are for practical transportation of your product on a plane but what about the law?
As you can see above, our products are legal pretty much everywhere but there are some exceptions (example: Saudi Arabia), so be sure to check the CBD law of the country where you are flying to! To reduce the probability of having trouble with your travel company you can print (or download on your smartphone) our lab certification to prove that there is no THC in our product.
Driving can be dangerous if you don’t have full control of your body and your mind. There are a countless number of accidents caused by alcohol and cannabis, so asking yourself if you can drive your car under CBD is a very legitimate question! If you already know a bit about CBD and its effect on the body, you know that there are very different effects than those from smoking cannabis. Your senses won’t be affected by the intake of our cannabidiol because there is no THC in our oil. THC is the only cannabinoid that affects your vision and your reactiveness but there are some downsides to cannabidiol that you should be aware of before driving your car or your motorcycle.
Cannabidiol is often used before going to bed because it’s a proven way to relax your body and your mind, CBD is in fact categorized as a sedative by Wikipedia because of just how effective it is in helping you fall asleep.
Thereforeit is not recommended to use cannabidiol before driving because of the sedative effect, although it is true that this effect is much less powerful than cannabis, it’s an important factor that you should consider before taking the wheel.
Current saliva tests only react to THC molecules, they don’t focus on other cannabinoids so there is no possibility that a drug test will return positive if you only took CBD isolate, or even a broad-spectrum extract. But keep in mind that some CBD oil contains a tiny amount of trace THC that can’t be fully removed so even if there is a minuscule quantity of THC in your oil, the saliva test can probably detect it.
THC drug detection is made to detect the THC without a minimal concentration like it’s done for alcohol. So if you buy a full spectrum or a badly distilled oil that is not fully THC-FREE, then there is a small chance that the drug result can return positive. To avoid this kind of trouble be sure to purchase a THC-FREE broad-spectrum CBD oil.
CBD (cannabidiol) is NOT the natural element that you find in hemp or cannabis to the contrary of CBDa (cannabidiolic acid). Those two elements look very similar but in fact, CBDa does not act on the endocannabinoid system while of course, CBD does (in fact CBDa acts a little bit, but about 100 times less than CBD). CBDa is transformed into CBD by heat, this process is called decarboxylation where the CBDa molecule loses atoms to become CBD. Decarboxylation is the scientific term to describe what happens while smoking cannabis. While burning the CBDa becomes CBD, the THCa becomes THC, the CBGa becomes CBG, etc.
With our next-generation laboratory, we don’t need to burn anything and we have a patented process to make this decarboxylation while keeping the perfect flavor of cannabis that you will taste in our CBD oil.
Also, we would like to warn you about some crude oil that you can find everywhere in the United Kingdom and on the internet! Be careful and check if the product has been decarboxylated because without decarboxylation your cannabis oil will contain only CBDa and will have close to zero effect on your endocannabinoid system.
There are many misunderstandings about CBD, weed, hemp, medical cannabis, or recreational cannabis. To understand those different terms you need to know that they all come from one single plant: Cannabis sativa L. There are many subspecies of cannabis, some of them produce a high level of CBD, others produce a higher level of THC (selected strain for indoor growing) and others produce a 50% / 50% ratio of CBD and THC.
When we talk about medical cannabis, the flower or oil is produced within a very strict medical framework. Medical cannabis is used for certain conditions and medical support. Then it is not a food-supplement or self-medication but a real medicinal drug for which you need a prescription, used to target a very specific health concern. There are many cannabis medications but the 2 most famous are Epidyolex and Sativex, these controlled products are made using a 50:50 ratio of CBD and THC and will generate a high psychoactive effect due to the presence of tetrahydrocannabinol. Those drugs are used for sclerosis or Dravet syndrome so they are very different than cannabidiol used to relax or to give you peace of mind.
Recreational cannabis is a term used by the public to designate the use of cannabis for recreational or social purposes. Recreational cannabis is always the same plant (cannabis sativa L) but using a strain that contains a higher concentration of THC. The purpose of consuming highly concentrated THC is to increase the serotonin level in the user’s brain and make them happy and relaxed (the cannabis “high”).
For recreational purposes, cannabis can be smoked in a joint or spliff, vaped in a dry herb vape, ingested as full-spectrum oil under the tongue, or even baked in a cake or brownie.
This usage of cannabis is still prohibited in many countries around the world and the effects are far opposed as those that people get while consuming THC-free CBD oil.
Cannabis sativa L is the botanical term to define hemp, but like everything in nature, there are some subspecies of this plant that have different chemical compositions. Cannabis (sativa or indica) and hemp are the same plants but with different usage: Hemp is mostly used for fibers to make fabrics, clothing and industrial insulation because it contains a small amount of CBD and THC, hemp has been used for thousands of years for various uses.
Cannabis is the term that people use to talk about the plant that produces a psychoactive effect in your body, with the presence of CBD and THC in the flower so the concentration of cannabinoids is the main difference between hemp and cannabis in the mind of the general public. Industrial hemp contains less than 0.2% of THC and less than 20% CBD and recreational cannabis can go up to 50% CBD and 50% THC. This recreational cannabis was made possible by selecting high THC strain over generations, doing hybridization, and using indoor lighting with high-pressure sodium, LED, or metal halide lamps. With these kinds of human behavior, we are very far from the original Cannabis Sativa L strain.
With the current extracting technologies, CBD can be extracted using registered industrial hemp containing less than 0.2% of THC, companies like Naturicious don’t need to grow highly modified cannabis seed with the huge amount of CBD or THC in it.