CBD

What is Cannabidiol?

CBD is a member of a group of chemical compounds called cannabidinoids, which are found in the resi glands (trichinae) of the cannabis/hemp plant. Particular species of cannabis are grown to be high in CBD. 

How Does CBD Interact with the Body?

CBD modulates a network of cell receptors in the body called the Endocannibinoid System. This system has two known types of re rotors; CB1 and CB2.
CB1 receptors are mainly concentrated in the central nervous system, which influences most functions of the body and mind, including mood, appetite, pain and sleep.
CB2 receptors are found in high densities on cells found in the immune system, which regulates inflammation and protects against disease.

Will CBD Cure Pain/Anxiety/Any Medical Condition?

By EU law, CBD is regulated as a food supplement in Ireland. Food supplements exist to add substances with a nutritional or physiological benefit, to a normal diet. While sell g CBD we do not have the authority to male medical claims about the benefit of CBD oil. Through anecdotal testimony, we know that many people have found CBD useful for various problems, and we encourage customers to do their own research about the potential use of CBD.

Will CBD Get Me High?

CBD is non psychoactive, meaning it does not affect perception, mood or consciousness. The immediate effects are subtle but most report a sense of calm and relaxation.

What Is The Recommended Dosage?

We recommend starting on a low dosage, since it makes economic sense not to over use or over spend when testing out CBD oils. In general, anywhere in the range 2.5mg - 20mg per day would be standard dosage. The general rule of thumb is to start small and increase as needed.