What Is CBD?
CBD Products (cannabidiol) have quickly become a point of great interest and excitement to the scientific community and the world at large, as it shows great potential for further development and study.
Although CBD as a food supplement has been approved for sale, and has become hugely popular throughout the world, there is still a fair amount of misinformation circulating about cannabidiol (CBD).
Is CBD Safe?
Despite CBD Products popularity, many people don’t know that CBD is actually just an abbreviation of “cannabidiol”. Out of all 113 different cannabinoids in the hemp plant, CBD is one of the most abundant. You’ve probably heard about another cannabinoid called THC, which is the psychoactive compound found in cannabis that’s responsible for making the user feel “high”.
There are different rules in different countries when it comes to the THC level in the hemp strains that are permitted to be grown. In the USA, it’s 0.3% THC, and in Europe it’s 0.2% THC. These levels are often misquoted as the permitted levels of THC in the finished product, which is not the case. When it comes to THC levels in the finished product, UK law stipulates that any CBD product with more than 1mg THC per container is a controlled substance and therefore illegal.
We believe in producing the very safest products on the market that strictly comply with any local laws pertaining to where our products are sold, that’s why our products contain non-detectable levels of THC. We know this because our proprietary extraction methods strip out all but minute traces of THC (parts per billion!) and all our raw material hemp extract and finished product is tested multiple times throughout the production chain by our accredited third party laboratory that tests THC levels to incredibly sensitive levels (0.027%)