Is CBD for you?


This depends very much on each person, case by case. Why you trying to use CBD and what you aim to get out of it.  There has been a lot of feedback from our existing users suggesting positive effects in a number of areas, but we cannot link these as medical findings or claims, basically you will have to try for yourself and see what works. It’s always best to do your own research and that said, our own suggests that the effects and potential of CBD is not yet fully understood however, it is being linked with a wide variety of concerns and issues that people deal with on a daily basis and making a positive impact.  It was arguably supercharged into the limelight by the high profile cases recently related to helping with seizures and ongoing research strongly suggest that it may be able to provide a positive effect for suffers of conditions such as Anxiety, Depression, Stress, Skin Conditions, Sleep Disorders, Parkinson’s, Rheumatism, Osteoporosis, ADHD, ADD, Arthritis, Inflammation, Muscle Pains, and Neuropathic pain amongst other things. CBD now comes in many forms, the most popular are oils, balms, vapes, crystals and gels. People have also started using jellies, capsules, water soluble drops and even teas.

We suggest starting small, don’t overdo it, don’t buy the strongest product, don’t get everything in one go, start slow and steady and build up, you’ll need to give it some time and a bit of trial and error to find what suits you best.  There haven’t been any reported negative effects that have been caused by overuse of CBD however it is important to know what your own body can handle. It is suggested that naturally your body is only able to absorb around 200mg of CBD every 24 hours. To contrast this estimation, there are no defined dosage recommendations for CBD and this is generally left to the user’s needs.

CBD is never a replacement for medication prescribed by a qualified medical professional. If you’re not sure if you should be taking CBD, always consult doctor or pharmacist, especially if you’re already taking any other medication. Please remember, that no medical claims are permitted to be made by law, this article is only to provide opinions, and nothing is supposed to be used as medical advice or evidence or specifically to treat or cure a known condition you or those known to you may have.


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