FAQ's

 Q. Are CBD and THC the same thing?

CBD is just one of many Cannabinoids currently identified in the cannabis plant and is the second most abundant Cannabinoid in cannabis after THC.
In hemp, however, THC is only present in trace amounts, while CBD dominates the plant’s makeup. CBD interacts with our naturally occurring systems, but is non-psychotropic, it doesn’t cause a high.

Q. Is CBD Hemp Oil legal?

CBD Hemp Oil is legal in the UK when sold as a food supplement. CBD products that are produced using Cannabis Sativa L. (hemp) are legally sold as food supplements. Food supplements are foodstuffs which supplement a normal diet and which are concentrated sources of nutrients or other substances with a nutritional or physical effect. Hemp has been used as a nutritionally rich ingredient for thousands of years. Its also one of the oldest and most sustainable crops to be grown in the world.

Q. What is the difference between CBD Oil and Rick Simpson Oil?

The largest difference between CBD oil from hemp and “Rick Simpson Oil” from cannabis is that CBD oil lacks the THC that has brings with it both potential added benefits but also legal ambiguity in some regions. They are different products in this regard.

Q. How does cannabidiol/CBD oil work?

Some scientists consider the cannabinoids that our bodies produce naturally are no longer supplemented through our food intake. So that’s the reason that so many people find using hemp food supplements helpful to maintain and improve their health. It’s exactly the same as taking a vitamin or mineral supplement which compensates for any deficiency in your diet, or if your body is failing to absorb nutrients properly. But even if you eat a balanced diet you won’t be getting the nutrients that hemp can provide.

To be clear, hemp is cannabis. They are the same plant. However, the cannabis that food supplements are made from is properly called ‘industrial hemp’ and it is restricted to containing less than 0.2% of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the psychoactive cannabinoid that causes the cannabis ‘high’. However, it does contain all the other compounds, in particular cannabidiol (CBD), the other cannabinoid that is increasingly being seen by scientists and doctors as vital for good health.

Some scientists believe that ‘endocannabinoid system deficiency’ can lead to some very serious diseases. This may explain why there has been an upsurge in auto immune conditions and diseases like cancer where the body turns on itself. This includes conditions such as multiple sclerosis and Crohn’s Disease and this is why so much research is taking place on using cannabis and cannabinoids to treat these conditions.

Q. What is the best method of ingestion?

It depends entirely on what product you purchase but everything comes with its own instructions to make ingestion as simple as possible. From capsules you swallow with water, E-Liquids to Vape, atomiser sprays, edibles and liquid you drop under your tongue, there’s something to suit everyone. Meaning our products provide many options to suit your lifestyle.

Q. Is Hemp CBD oil safe? Are there negative side effects?

As far as we are aware CBD is considered very safe. With all our products having gone through stringent quality control, we’re confident that our hemp CBD oil is safe for consumption. As ever, if you are already on any medication you should consult with your doctor beforehand.

Q. Why are hemp derived cannabidiol/CBD oil products so expensive?

Our prices are some of the most competitive on the market, bringing you premium CBD products at reasonable rates.

Q. Where can I buy Hemp CBD Oil products?

You can buy our Pure high quality Hemp CBD Oil products online here at PurelyCBD.co.uk or pick up from our premises in Bellshill, Glasgow, Scotland.

Q. Will I get ‘high’?

Good question. Unlike THC, the dominant marijuana compound that does cause a high, CBD does not contain the same psychoactive properties. For you, that means the safe and secure use of CBD, able to harness its benefits while being in complete control.

Q. What do you mean when you say a cannabis strain or product is “CBD-rich” or “CBD dominant?”

This means that we’re talking about the good stuff, the strains of cannabis that have more CBD than THC, or very little THC at all. So you enjoy all of the goodness and none of the nastiness.

Q. Does CBD interact with other food supplements or medications?

As always, you should consult with your doctor prior to taking any new supplements or medications to ensure there are no conflicts in their effects on your system.

Q. How do I make CBD-rich brownies or other CBD-infused edibles?

Making your ingestion of CBD tastier by baking it in a brownie or other sweet treat isn’t uncommon. Simply infuse your oil into the olive oil that you are using to bake with for the best results.

Q. Will CBD help me with my illness?

All our products are sold as food supplements only to help promote everyday wellbeing. They are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. We recommend that you do your own online research and make purchases based on you findings.