CBD Prices Reduced By 50% From Today

CBD Prices Reduced By 50% From Today

We are extremely happy to announce to all our customers, old and new, that we have been able to slash our prices in half thanks to a great new supply deal we have just secured. All CBD Vape and CBD Tincture products will remain exactly the same quality, using the same quality ingredients, so nothing will change in the products that you receive, just from now on you’ll be paying 50% less than you have been. It really makes us feel great to be able to pass this great deal on to you, because if your happy, then we’re happy and the world becomes just a bit more bearable.

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Shelf Life of CBD Oil

What is the shelf life of hemp oil

The short answer is, if stored correctly, an unopened bottle of our hemp oil will last 14 months from the date of production. The long answer is there are several factors that can influence the shelf life of hemp oil. The major ones are how the seed is pressed, how the oil is packaged and how the oil is stored.

Sealed jugs devoid of oxygen extend shelf life

The oxygen free environment doesn’t stop at the pressing stage, we continue it right through to the bottling stage where the oil is maintained oxygen free and then the last bit of space in the top of the filled bottle is also replaced with nitrogen before the bottle is sealed with a foil topper and the lid is put on. These extra steps ensure that the oil will remain fresh for a long period of time after it has been placed in the bottle, literally for many months allowing us to set a best before date of 14 months from the date of manufacture.

 

Cold storage of the oil extends shelf life

Keep your oil cold. While we maintain an environment that is consistently lower than 15 C for short term storage of the products, we highly recommend you storing your oil in the freezer for longer term storage. One of the many wonderful benefits of hemp oil is that it will not turn to a solid at the temperatures reached in your home freezer so you can keep you oil there and it will still pour for you. There may be some separation of the naturally occurring waxes but this will just result in some cloudiness and is not something to be concerned about. It will not affect flavour or consistency when the oil warms.

 

Keep your oil cold and out of the light

The two things you need to be aware of after you get your oil is that you should keep it cool and out of the sunlight. Store the oil in the freezer for long term storage and in the fridge in the short term. The oil can withstand moderate temperatures, for instance while being shipped, without any significant degradation. For long term storage, just ensure you maintain a cold temperature.

The CBD oil market Continues To Grow

The CBD oil market Continues To Grow

The CBD oil market is one of the fastest growing in Britain, with the total number of customers approximately doubling during 2017, according to new industry data from the Cannabis Trades Association UK.

There are now an estimated 250,000 CBD oil users throughout the UK, up from approximately 125,000 users in November of 2016. The industry is predicted to continue to grow as a larger number of UK consumers become aware of CBD oil’s potential health benefits.

Interestingly, a growing majority of CBD oil users are female, with an estimated 65% of CBD oil users women seeking pain relief and alternative treatments for conditions such as anxiety and epilepsy.

CBD oil became legal in October of 2016, with the government classifying it as a medicine with potential “restoring, correcting or modifying” effects. The oil does not contain THC, the active ingredient in cannabis that’s responsible for the “high” effects of the drug.

In England and Wales, CBD oil is available as a medicine, with the government approving it as part of the October 2016 law change. However, the oil is currently not approved for medical use in Scotland. In some cases, patients have been prescribed CBD oil through the NHS.

The oil is widely regarded as having no negative side effects, making it a potential alternative treatment for a diverse range of conditions. CBD vape oil, which is consumed via a vaporiser, has been floated as a potential treatment for prescription painkiller addiction.

Approximately 24 million prescriptions were issues for opioid painkillers in the UK in 2016, an increase of 100% from the 12 million issues in 2006. Experts believe that painkiller usage may cause a potential addiction crisis in the UK, similar to the opioid crisis in the United States.

An estimated 192,000 people in the UK are believed to suffer from some level of addiction to painkillers, ranging from medicines such as oxycodone to morphine. Many of these painkiller prescriptions have been described as “unnecessary” by doctors.

Part of CBD oil’s appeal is its potential as a treatment for painkiller addiction. Numerous news articles have documented CBD oil’s ability to improve painkiller addiction symptoms, allowing addicts to more easily reduce their dependence on opioids.

Despite these potential benefits, CBD oil also faces several challenges. One issue preventing the oil from becoming a mainstream treatment in the UK is the stigma attached to cannabis as an illegal drug rather than a potentially significant medical treatment option.

THC, the ingredient in cannabis responsible for the “high” effect of the drug, is not present in CBD oil. This means the oil can deliver a wide range of medical benefits without being classed as an illegal substance.

The oil has also never been linked to an overdose death, setting it apart from many of the most commonly prescribed opioid painkillers. Dr Henry Fisher, of drug policy think tank Volteface, has stated that the oil has “no likelihood of addiction” or “long-term negative impact.”

Yes, CBD Oil Is Legal in the UK, and it’s time you tried it for yourself

Considering the antianxiety benefits of CBD, it’s no surprise that people have started to use CBD products in many ways.

The oil’s popularity has skyrocketed in the US due to its naturopathic properties, which include mood regulation, cognitive support, and anti-inflammation.

Despite the boom in use stateside though, many in the UK are still apprehensive about whether it’s legal given its link to marijuana . They needn’t be, though, because CBD oil is legal in the UK! Although CBD is a cannabinoid just like THC (the psychoactive compound that makes you “high”), it has no psychoactive properties and therefore doesn’t intoxicate you, meaning it isn’t classified as a drug.

The compound CBD isn’t only derived from marijuana plants, it can also be found in other plants from the sativa family, like hemp.