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What is cannabis oil?

There are many types of cannabis oil with different ratios of the active ingredients THC and CBD. CBD oil is rich in cannabinoids and does not make you high. THC oil, on the other hand, contains THC, the ingredient known to have psychoactive effects. The concentration of CBD and THC depends on the use of the cannabis oil. CBD oil is taken as a supplement that helps to keep you fit and healthy, and lessen symptoms of certain conditions. Although illegal in most countries, some people use oils with THC recreationally as it is a healthier alternative to smoking a joint. THC also has some alleged health benefits. The majority of people who choose CBD oil for self-medication choose a product with no or very low levels of THC so that they don’t become ‘high’ through consuming the oil. On this website, you will only find totally legal CBD products.

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How to prepare cannabis oil

Cannabis oil is created from the cannabis plant using an evaporation process. An oily substance is extracted from the plant and then typically diluted with alcohol or another vegetable oil. The final step is to create a specific product such as CBD oil spray, droplets, or capsules. The CBD oil products found in our shop come solely from organic, healthy plant oils.

Is CBD oil legal?

Many countries have legalised CBD oil in recent years as the medical world is slowly waking up to its potential therapeutic benefits. Recently, cannabis oil has received considerable political attention and many grassroots organisations have been working to legalise CBD oil and cannabis products. Countless experiments demonstrate time and again that active ingredients found in the cannabis plant may limit cancer cell mutations, and help against pain, nausea, neurological disorders, and many other conditions.

Because cannabis is illegal in many countries, research into the potential benefits of the cannabis plant has been slow. It has only really taken off since the turn of the millennium. However, many experts predict that the coming years will see an exponential increase in the amount of research conducted. Several pharmaceutical professionals believe that we have only seen the tip of the iceberg so far when it comes to using cannabis in medical contexts.

CBD oil is now legalised in many countries as long as it contains only trace amounts of THC. THC is the part of the cannabis plant that actually makes you high. The CBD oils sold on our website are completely legal as they only contain incredibly low amounts of THC that will not make you high.

What is cannabis oil?

As the name suggests, cannabis oil is a common term for all oils containing active ingredients from the cannabis plant. You may also have heard cannabis referred to as hemp. Cannabis oil should not be confused with hemp seed oil which is typically used for cooking and made from the seeds of the cannabis plant. Many cannabis oils are however often based on hemp seed oil. Does this sound confusing? Not to worry. The main difference between cannabis oil and hemp seed oil is the amounts of active ingredients. The seeds contain less active ingredients compared to the full-grown plant. The active ingredients taken from the cannabis plant for cannabis oil are sometimes added to hemp seed oil, and used to make bottled cannabis oil, or capsules.

Cannabis oil can also be created using coconut oil. Coconut oil is an ideal carrier for oil because of its high saturated fat content. It is also known to be a healthy oil containing important fatty acids. Its high saturated fat content helps ensure the maximum absorption rate of CBD into the body’s cells.

Cannabis oil can be found in many different versions and products. The main thing to pay attention to is the active ingredients found in the oil. Typically, oils contain either pure CBD or a mixture of THC and CBD. The latter is illegal in many countries as THC has a narcotic effect.

Cannabis oil from nature

The cannabis plant is a herb just like mint, parsley, oregano, and sage. However, unlike these plants, you may not grow cannabis in your garden. This is because cannabis is often grown for its THC rather than its CBD contents. Many people who grow cannabis want to become ‘high’ from the psychoactive properties of THC. For this reason, cannabis growers require special permission to grow cannabis plants. However, aside from the permits needed to grow the plant, cannabis is a natural plant made by mother nature.

Buy cannabis oil online

When buying cannabis online, you should check the manufacturing method and the number of active ingredients in the product as this impacts the efficacy of the oil. Harsh manufacturing methods such as products created with ethanol extraction are often less effective in treating ailments. The products sold on our online shop are created as naturally as possible to ensure they are full of active CBD ingredients. You can also be sure that our cannabis oil only contains legal levels of THC.

Buying CBD oil

What should you look for when buying CBD oil?

There are a few things you should know before you buy CBD oil from our online shop. CBD oil varies in terms of quality, cultivation and extraction methods, additives, and cannabidiol concentration. Ensure that the oil has been properly tested and analyzed in a laboratory test, and has the correct labelling.

Cultivation of hemp

The hemp plant is very robust. Chemicals, pesticides, and weed killers are not really necessary for it to grow. Research whether the hemp used in CBD oil products is organically cultivated. We recommend buying only organic CBD oil which is free from harmful chemical residues. We want you to buy the best and most effective product on the market. Buy our CBD oil here.

The quality of CBD oil

When you buy CBD oil, you should take care that it does not contain substances such as corn syrup, trans fats, GMOs, artificial additives, diluents, and preservatives. CBD oil should be 100% pure and free from harmful and unnecessary additives. Ingredients such as cannabidiol, terpenes, flavonoids, and phenols should not be lost during production as these are the substances that are beneficial to our bodies. Only a CBD oil with a high content of these ingredients can be considered a high-quality product that has a positive effect on the body even in small doses. We only sell natural CBD oil free from additives. You can find and buy our CBD oil here.

Many cannabis-based prescription drugs contain cannabinoids that are artificially manufactured in a laboratory, a common practice in the European market and among medicinal cannabis producers (you can find more information here). When you buy CBD oil, ensure you have chosen a product that is natural and correctly prepared.

The extraction process

A safe and gentle extraction process ensures high-quality CBD-rich oil. What is the extraction process exactly? Substances found in the hemp plant are dissolved with a suitable solvent. Here, toxic substances such as hexane, butane, propane, and hydrocarbons should be avoided. There are three extraction methods: CO2 extraction, ethanol extraction (alcohol), and oil extraction.

Ethanol extraction

Ethanol extraction uses ethanol to dissolve the active compounds in the cannabis plant. It is an aggressive method of extraction that strips away plant waxes, which are said to have health benefits. The result is often a less pure and effective CBD oil. CO2 extraction, on the other hand, is a much more gentle method. During CO2 extraction, ingredients are preserved by using high pressure (up to 600 bar) and cold (between 30.c and 80.c) CO2. This prevents ingredients from being altered or destroyed. CO2 can be removed without leaving any residue by reducing the pressure because CO2 volatiles back to its gaseous state at room temperature.

CO2 extraction

The CO2 extraction process is both environmentally friendly and sustainable. It preserves many active molecules from the hemp plant creating an effective and pure CBD oil. The CBD oil has a chemical composition which is as close to the living hemp plant as possible. It is best to choose CBD oils created with the CO2 or oil method why you buy CBD oil. You can buy CBD oils made using CO2 extraction here. Read on for more information about oil extraction.

Oil extraction

Common oils such as olive oil can also be used to extract cannabis oil. This extraction method is safe and natural. It gently extracts the active ingredient from the cannabis plant, ensuring the end product is as effective as possible. However, CBD oil created with this method is perishable and should be stored in a cool, dark place.

Butane or hexane extraction

Although butane and hexane are very effective in extracting cannabinoids from the cannabis plant, they can potentially remain after the extraction process and harm your lungs. It is best to avoid buying products that have been created using butane or hexane extraction.

The concentration of CBD and labelling

When buying CBD oil, you can choose different concentrations of cannabidiol. For example, there are products containing 2.5%, 5%, and 10% cannabidiol. It is not necessarily more effective to take a higher dosage as even small doses of cannabidiol can help.

The content of the cannabidiol should always be clearly labelled on the bottle. The label should show the amount of liquid, date of production, and production number which can tell you a lot about the manufacturer and subsequent quality controls.

Laboratory tests and analyses

Make sure that the manufacturer has tested their products in a laboratory before you buy CBD oil. They should be free from bacteria, pesticides, mould, solvents, and other contaminants. All oils should also be the same and not differ in ingredients. Before buying CBD oil, check that you are buying from a reputable company. We carefully vet all of our products to save you the time. You can view our range of cannabis oils here.

The use of Cannabis oil

Cannabis oil has many different uses. Some people look for an oil that purely contains THC as a healthier alternative to smoking cannabis (if that’s you, you’ve come to totally the wrong place). The vast majority of people searching for cannabis oil are only interested in the health benefits. Cannabis oil has many potential therapeutic advantages. For example, it has proven anti-inflammatory properties. It has also been strongly linked to the endocannabinoid system that, among other things, affects the immune system and the central nervous system found in all mammals. Today, cannabis oil is used by a massive range of people from all over the world and all walks of life. There are dozens of examples of people who have used cannabis oil to vastly improve their quality of life.

Many places in the world (including the USA and the EU) allow prescription drugs with extracts from the cannabis plant, or artificially produced substances that are similar to those found in cannabis. You can read more about the medicinal use of cannabis oil here.

How to take cannabis oil

The most common way to consume cannabis oil is orally through drops or capsules. Don’t worry, you don’t have to smoke cannabis oil to benefit from the effects. Did you know it is also possible to use cannabis oil externally? Many people suffering from skin conditions such as psoriasis, eczema, and acne have experienced positive results used cannabis oil directly on the skin.

Cannabis oil: FAQs

Below you will find the answers to some of those niggling questions holding you back from trying cannabis oil. It’s normal to be nervous the first time buying cannabis oil. Many people confuse it with the drug cannabis that makes you high. It can be hard to sift through all the information online and work out what is and isn’t true about cannabis oil. We’ve tried to sort through the rubbish and gather the most important information for you below. Cannabis oil has so many potential health benefits, don’t miss out because of an information overload.

Will I get high from cannabis oil?

No, absolutely not. Cannabis oil made from CBD has no euphoric effect. Some research even suggests that cannabis oil has anti-psychoactive properties. You will no become even slightly high by taking cannabis oil made from CBD.

How do I know if there is THC in my cannabis oil?

THC is hard to recognise in a product as you cannot see or taste it. Therefore, it is important to only buy cannabis oil from producers who can demonstrate that their product only contains legal trace amounts of THC. You can trust all the products sold on our website.

Dosage – how much cannabis oil should I take?

We cannot legally advise you on the exact dosage you should take as it is unique to everyone. We recommend starting with a low amount and gradually increasing the dose until you find the amount that is right or you. If you feel tired or lethargic, try reducing the dose slightly. Consult your doctor before taking cannabis oil. Although many doctors are only just beginning to understand the therapeutic benefits of cannabis oil, it is always a good idea to ask them first.

Is cannabis oil a medicine?

Although cannabis oil can potentially help ease many side-effects and symptoms of a wide range of illnesses and conditions, it is not classed as a medicine. You should never replace your current medication entirely with cannabis oil. It should be used as a supplement. We have received many positive feedbacks from our customers all over the world. Although there are no known serious negative side-effects, we recommend speaking to your Doctor before taking cannabis oil.

Are there side effects of cannabis oil?

There are no known serious side-effects to taking cannabis oil. Some people have reported a slight burning sensation in their throat or mouth, similar to when eating a mild chilli, when they first take cannabis oil orally. Others find they become slightly tired. However, most people report that this stops after a week.

We would like to reiterate here that CBD oil is not the same as cannabis oil containing THC. We only sell CBD oil on this website to be used as a supplement to improve your quality of life. If you take a product containing more than trace amounts of THC, you may become high and feel sick.

Is cannabis oil with THC illegal?

According to EU law, cannabis oil with more than 0.2% of THC is illegal. This is because it contains psychoactive ingredients that make you high. Although some people believe in the medical benefits of THC, most people are interested in THC predominantly as a recreational drug. All of the products sold on this website comply with EU law.

What is the best production method for cannabis oil?

The best way to extract CBD from the cannabis plant is through CO2 extraction or oil extraction as both methods are non-toxic and produce a high-quality oil that is rich in CBD. Cannabis oil can also be extracted using ethanol, but this often produces a less effective product. None of the products sold on this website are made using the ethanol method of extraction. The best way to manufacture cannabis oil is as gently as possible. CO2 extraction or oil extraction are the most gentle ways.

How do I store cannabis oil and what is its shelf life?

How should I store it? It is best to keep opened CBD products in a cool, dry place, such as in the pantry or refrigerator. Do not expose any CBD products to extreme heat or light. Keeping your CBD product in the refrigerator will help lengthen the shelf-life. However, you may notice that if the oil gets too cold, it may thicken slightly. If this happens, you can run the sealed bottle carefully under hot water until it returns to a more liquid state.

How long does CBD oil last? If you store your CBD correctly, bottles can generally be used one to two years after opening. For detailed information on each CBD oil, refer to the product page or the label. Many people who take CBD oil regularly, do not need to worry about its shelf life as you will use the whole bottle well within a year.

Can CBD interact with other medications?

Yes. CBD oil contains the cytochrome P450 enzyme that affects the metabolization of many drugs. It could potentially reduce or increase the effects of other medication. Drugs that are affected by grapefruit are often also affected by cannabis oil. It’s best to speak to your doctor before taking cannabis oil.

What does CBD oil treat?

Cannabis oil is not a medicine, rather a supplement that can be used to lessen many symptoms and conditions. Have a look at our medicinal cannabis page to read more about the possible benefits of CBD oil.

Does cannabis oil really work?

People decide to use cannabis oil for a huge range of conditions and illnesses. More and more success stories are appearing all over the internet about lives transformed by CBD oil. Scientific studies are slowly catching up with the hype. Unfortunately, progress was slow starting due to the stereotypes around cannabis as a recreational drug. Many scientists are now waking up to the potential therapeutic benefits and there are plenty of studies online proving how cannabis oil can help relieve symptoms for a wide range of illnesses.

What is the active ingredient in cannabis oil?

The cannabis plant is rich in cannabinoids which are present in the endocannabinoid system in our body. We will explain more about cannabinoids below.

Cannabinoid overview

What are cannabinoids

You have probably already realised that the cannabis plant can be used for medicinal purposes, otherwise you wouldn’t have come to our website. The reason that many medical professionals believe the cannabis plant may have therapeutic benefits is its high concentration of cannabinoids. Cannabinoids are a chemical compound. They affect the cannabinoid receptors in human and animal cells (see more CBD oil for pets). They also interact with messenger substances in the brain. There are at least 113 cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant. Read on for an overview of the possible effects of the most well-known cannabinoids

Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)

THC is probably the most studied cannabinoid. However, this is the predominant intoxicating ingredient found in the cannabis plant. THC is illegal in many countries because of its psychoactive effect. Nonetheless, it is said to have significant medicinal properties, such as:

  • Pain reduction
  • Relaxation
  • Reduction of nausea
  • Relief of neural pain
  • Appetite stimulation
  • Reduction of muscle cramps
  • Reduction of nerve damage
  • Reduction of free radicals
  • Support of growth of new nerve cells
  • Reduction of some forms of cancer
  • Reduction of glaucoma

Cannabichromen (CBC)

CBC is the third most abundant cannabinoid in the cannabis plant. In some strains of cannabis, CBC is even more dominant the CBD. Just like CBD, CBC has no intoxicating effect. CBD is:

  • antibacterial
  • anti-inflammatory
  • pain relieving (when used in conjunction with THC)
  • antifungal
  • antidepressant
  • antitumoral
  • bone strengthening
  • regenerating (cell function)
  • supportive (blood cell function)

Cannabinol (CBN)

CBN is normally only found in low amounts in very young cannabis plants. However, during the drying and storage process of certain cannabis strains, the amount of CBN increases. CBN has an intoxicating effect similar to THC. It could have the following potential benefits:

  • appetite stimulation
  • antibacterial properties
  • pain reduction
  • anti-asthmatic properties
  • muscle relaxation
  • free radical reduction
  • calming effects

Cannabigerol (CBG)

CBG in a non-psychoactive ingredient found in the cannabis plant. This cannabinoid is found mainly during the first growing stages of the cannabis plant, which makes it difficult to obtain in larger quantities later on in the growing process. Current science says that CBD may:

  • have antibacterial properties
  • be anti-fungal
  • alleviate pain
  • act as an anti-depressant
  • have antitumoral properties
  • be a potential treatment for psoriasis

Tetrahydrocannabivarin (THCV)

THCV has a low psychoactive effect compared to THC. THCV could potentially be:</p.

    • antispasmodic
    • neuroprotective
    • appetite inducing
    • a metabolism stimulate
    • fat reducing for overweight people
    • a diabetes treatment

Buy cannabis oil online

You’ve read enough about the benefits of cannabis oil? So now it’s time to decide which product to buy. Cannabis oil is available in many different forms, from drops to vapes. It is up to you to decide which form works best for you. If you still have questions about cannabis oil, you can read more here.

Although cannabis oil is not a medicine, it is important to ensure you are buying from a reputable supplier. No two cannabis oil products are the same and there are many different varieties. We’ve helped you to narrow down your search by only selecting products that are 100% organic and made by CO2 or oil extraction. Our products are effective and safe.

Still not sure? Read cannabis oil success stories:

The internet is crawling with success stories from people who have used cannabis oil to improve their health. From Alzheimer sufferers to cancer patients and those with mental health issues to people with migraines, cannabis oil is proving time and time again that it can help change lives.

Journalist, Tracy Moore, wrote an article about how taking CBD oil changed her life. She’s not the only one shouting praise for CBD oil. Read on for examples of how CBD oil changed two little boy’s lives</p?

The case of Alfie Dingley

Alfie Dingley is a little boy from the UK who suffers from a rate of epilepsy. He can suffer more than 100 seizures a month. Intravenous steroids, which were being used by doctors to treat him, could potentially leave him with psychosis or trigger a heart attack, so his mum took matters into her own hands. She learned about the potential anticonvulsant properties of cannabis oil and travelled to the Netherlands, where medical cannabis is legal to try to see if it could help her son. Sure enough, cannabis oil greatly improved Alfie’s quality of life and reduced his seizures. Since returning to the UK, Alfie Dingley’s Mum has worked hard towards the legalisation of cannabis oil in the UK. In June 2018, she was finally granted permission to treat her son with the only thing that dramatically improved his condition: cannabis oil.

The case of Lynn Cameron

In December 2013, Lynn Cameron heard one of the worst pieces of news it is possible to hear. Doctors told her she has just 6 – 18 months to live and diagnosed her with an incurable brain tumour. She began the difficult process of chemotherapy, radiotherapy and lengthy hospital stays. Finally, after several sessions, she decided to try cannabis oil out of pure desperation. Amazingly, four years after her diagnosis, Lynn is still alive. She is now advocating for a change of the current laws in many countries that prohibits the use of cannabis oil for medication. Since using cannabis oil, she has received the all-clear. A result she puts solely down to her decision to use cannabis oil. You can read more about her incredible story here.

The case of Ethan Stewart

Ethan Stewart, 40, feared his pancreatic cancer would kill him until he stumbled upon cannabis oil. Desperation led him to try the using cannabis oil, a substance he’d always associated with the recreational drug, cannabis. He said that using cannabis oil led him to be the best and healthiest he had felt in years. The best bit – the tumour shrank thanks to cannabis oil. His surgeon couldn’t believe the amazing results. Although he doesn’t believe that cannabis oil will cure his cancer, he is a strong believer than cannabis oil has changed his quality of life massively. You can read more about his story here.