CBD is one of the many components of the cannabis plant. Technically called Cannabidiol, CBD is non-psychoactive and doesn’t get you high, unlike its sister compound THC. CBD is now being used by a growing number of people for a variety of health and lifestyle reasons across the globe and has experienced exponential growth in the U.S in recent years.

How can I use it?

As cbd has been extracted from the plant and ends up in a liquid or powder it means that there are lots of ways to use the product. It can be vaped, ingested or rubbed onto problematic areas of the body. It can be added to food or drinks such as smoothies in the form of drops.

Is CBD legal?

There is a lot of confusion around the legality of the products in the UK but as long as it contains less than no THC it is completely legal. It should be noted that CBD extracted from Hemp plants rather than from Marijuana plants should result in a lower starting level of THC present due to the makeup of the plant. All reputable providers should provide 3rd party laboratory test certificates – ask them if you are unsure.

What are the benefits of using CBD

CBD has affected different people in different ways and due to the current legality on the product in the U.K and claims which can be made we will stop short of listing the claimed benefits of using it. Simply search on Google or Youtube and a plethora of information will come up for you to read, digest and then form your own opinion on it.

If you have any questions or would like any more info, reach out to us on hello@ohwellness.co.uk.

Raising the Vibe,

OH. x

About the author


Hello and welcome to our little corner of the web. We’re here to dispel the common myths around CBD and demystify this natural gem.

Regulations around CBD are constantly changing in the UK (for the better) so we can’t make any medicinal claims at the moment, but there are lots of great resources around the internet.

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