Directions for use
Apply a dose (grain of rice size) under your tongue and leave to dissolve for at least a minute. 1-3 times per day. CBD dosing is, however, a very personal thing.
One person might only need a small daily dose, others a larger one. It’s best to build up slowly and experiment until you find your personal ‘sweet spot’
Can also be added to your favourite drink or food, coffee, cereal, water, etc if you don’t like the taste, or put your paste on a chocolate drop then let it melt away under your tongue.
All items are dispatched first class recorded, and we aim to ship the same day if ordered by 2pm.
Here at defines cbd, we use whole plant extracts imported, to make a wide range of products. All extracts contain high levels of CBD as well as other vital cannabinoids, terpenes,terpenoids, omega 3, 6, 9 amino and fatty acids.
All our plants are grown organically and the oils are extracted by CO2 critical extraction.
All extractions are then tested by a third party so we get the exact content of the cannabinoids.
We use only organic ingredients in our products, sourced from reputable companies in the UK and Europe. Our oils are made in-house by people who have a passion for alternative and natural healing.
We have used the best three CBD extracts we could find for our mix – 2 different hemp Sativa’s and an indica dominant hybrid. When combined together with the three different strains working in unison, to provide the “ entourage effect” and increasing the overall impact.
Cbd (Cannabidiol) is one of the most prevalent chemical compounds found in the cannabis plant. It is the second most abundant of 85 chemicals known as cannabinoids.
Unlike the more famous molecule Tetrahydrocannabinol ( THC), CBD is entirely non-psychoactive. CBD will not get you high.
Humans and animals have an endocannabinoid system in their bodies.
Our endocannabinoid system helps to regulate all our other bodily systems, i.e. our digestive system.
All Cannabinoids, including CBD, work with the endocannabinoid receptors we have in our bodies to produce their effects. As humans, we produce cannabinoids ourselves, and we have two primary receptors, Cb1 and Cb2. Cb1 receptors in the brain deal with coordination, movement, pain, emotions and moods, thinking, appetite, memories and all other human and animal functions.
Cb2 receptors are more common in the stomach, and immune system and affect inflammation and pain. CBD acts on these receptors by encouraging the body to produce more of its own cannabinoids.
CBD helps your body to heal and maintain itself.
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