Do you know how CBD works? The medicinal potential of this cannabinoid might surprise you. Here are some interesting facts about CBD.
The sun is shining, pollen is in abundance, and bees are busy working as we quickly approach honey-harvesting season. If you are a honey-lover, you've most likely heard of the new kid on the block that is making waves in the wellness industry.
After learning about the benefits of CBD honey, you might want to clean out your pantry and make some room for this nutritious product. It not only boosts your immune system, but it also provides a broad spectrum of restorative properties offered by cannabidiol (CBD).
In addition to adding CBD honey to tea, you can also eat it with a spoon, combine it with your favourite recipe, or add it to your next cheese and charcuterie platter. Since CBD is nonpsychoactive, you don't need to worry about eating too much, but typically one tablespoon is a sufficient serving, depending on the brand. Also, remember that honey is a healthy substitute for sugar. If you have a sweet tooth, CBD honey is a perfect cure that won't leave you with a sugar hangover.
Our honey is available in 2 sizes:
35ml/500mg and 100ml/1000mg
Prices start from £21.50
For other edibles see our CBD Oil and CBD Crystals
Hemp Seed Oil
it is obtained from cold pressing the seeds.
it is highly nutritious, rich in vitamin E and natural anti-oxidants.
it is a natural source of omega 3 and 6, which are considered beneficial for reducing inflammation, stimulating circulation, strengthening the immune system and maintaining good health.
its high fatty acid, omegas and linoleic acid content can help improve skin infections.
it can be used in shakes, dressings sauces or for pesto, hummus, mayonnaise and other condiments.
To benefit from all its properties, it is best not to heat it too much when cooking.
100% pure without dyes, perfumes or preservatives.
Our seed oil is available in 3 sizes:
250ml, 500ml and 1L
Prices start from TBC
Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of the most prevalent chemical compounds in the cannabis plant. Unlike the more famous molecule, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), CBD is completely nonpsychoactive.
Don’t expect to get “high” off of this organic chemical, however. CBD is all relaxation without intoxication.
While CBD still has an effect on your body, consuming CBD by itself isn’t going to send you on the cerebral adventure associated with THC. For decades, medical professionals and the general public overlooked CBD because psychoactive cannabis took center stage.
Now, the medical potential of CBD has taken cannabis to mainstream audiences. Preclinical trials over the past four decades have found that the cannabinoid shows promise as an:
CBD is often used by patients in the form of an oil. Medical cannabis patients with more chronic conditions such as cancer and epilepsy often use medical cannabis oil extracted from high-CBD varieties of cannabis. To maximize the benefits of CBD oils, look to purchase oil extracted from organic plants, who also provide third-party lab results. Companies like Green Roads offer a high-quality CBD oil and other CBD products that maximize the efficacy of this cannabinoid.
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