Discover CBD

What is CBD?

CBD is the acronym for Cannabidiol, a naturally occurring component of the hemp plant, and one of the most popular and beneficial cannabinoids on the market today.

CBD has a wide variety of uses, from promoting a better sleep wake cycle to helping you feel calm and relaxed, as well as supporting pain-relief. There is also plenty of research to suggest that CBD may help with reducing anxiety and depression.

How does CBD work?

CBD works by interacting with the body’s endocannabinoid system: a series of receptors found on organs throughout the human body.

The human body naturally produces cannabinoids that interact with this system, binding to them and helping to induce feelings of relaxation and calm. CBD works in the exact same way as these naturally produced cannabinoids, simply topping your system up to ensure that it’s working as effectively as possible.


THC is the primary psychoactive compound that is found in cannabis and is responsible for producing the ‘high’ that the plant is so famous for. CBD, on the other hand, is completely non-psychoactive.

Both THC and CBD interact with your body’s endocannabinoid system, but they have very different effects.

The levels of THC found in CBD are extremely minimal so we can guarantee you won’t feel any kind of ‘high’, but will still get all the benefits of a fully engaged endocannabinoid system.

Is CBD safe?

Yes. CBD is 100% non toxic, and completely safe to use.

In the UK, the recommended limit for CBD use is 70mg in any single day. Whilst it is entirely safe for grown adults, CBD should not be taken by anyone under the age of 18 or by anyone who is pregnant or breastfeeding.

CBD & medication

As with any other wellness supplement, if you are currently on any medication we always suggest that you check with your GP before taking any CBD products for the first time.

Is CBD legal in the UK?

Yes. CBD itself is 100% legal to both sell and use in the UK.

International legal status of CBD

Although CBD is 100% legal within the UK, the legal status of CBD can change drastically between countries. Drug laws, food laws and import restrictions all affect how CBD is treated in any individual country.

Furthermore, taking CBD through an international airport has the potential to cause serious problems and, whilst it may not strictly be illegal, may result in misunderstandings with security officials. For this reason we always recommend that our customers check local laws regarding CBD use before you travel.