We understand that CBD oil is fairly new in some people’s minds and so there are many questions that people want to ask before trying our product. We’ve put together this blog with the aim to answer some of those questions and bust some of the myths you might have heard.

Is CBD Oil Legal?

This is probably the most asked question as there is so much confusion surrounding UK law, but CBD Oil is legal to buy, sell and consume in the UK and throughout most of Europe and the US, however If you are travelling abroad you should check the countries laws and adhere to them. For CBD oil to be legal in the UK, it must contain no more than 0.2% THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol), and the THC must not be easily separated from it.

Will I Get High?

Unlike THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol, the dominant marijuana compound that does cause a high), CBD does not contain the same psychoactive properties. This means it is safe to use CBD and enjoy its benefits while being in complete control. CBD Oil only contains trace amounts of THC well below the legal limits set by UK law.

Does CBD oil work?

Clinical trials are still confirming the efficacy of CBD oil, but many individuals have noted that it has a positive effect on their health and well-being.

Is it Safe To Take with Other Medication?

CBD Oil is fast becoming a popular addition to people’s daily and dietary supplements; however, we’d always advise you consult your doctor before using alongside other medication.

What are the medical benefits?

CBD Oil is a food supplement and sold by us as a food supplement only to help promote everyday wellbeing. They are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. We are not legally allowed to make any medical claims about CBD, however, do have a look in our community for testimonials and people’s experiences.


Yes, CBD is a 100% naturally-occurring chemical compound that comes directly from the cannabis plant. It is not synthetically made.

How Do You Take It?

You can take CBD oil in several different ways. Depending on the type of product you choose you can smoke it (typically in vape pens), take it in capsule form, use it sublingually (under the tongue), use oral sprays or drops, or apply it topically to your skin.

We hope that this blog has answered your questions, however, if you still have a burning question you can ask us through our contact page and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.