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CBD Oil – UK Best Cannabidiol Oils

With the huge rise in popularity of cannabidiol (CBD) oils in the UK — CBD Village aims to become the leading online purveyor and seller of quality, competitively priced CBD Oils and other CBD products. All of our CBD oil is completely natural and organic.

All of our CBD oil are sourced from quality CBD brands from across the globe, household names including CBDfx, FourFive CBD, Cibdol, Canavape, and many more. We here at CBD Village have worked day and night to source and curate the very best of the best of CBD oil. High-quality CBD oils and tinctures are packed with wellness benefits and all of our CBD products are competitively priced.

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CBD Oils by Strength (per CBD mg amount)

As days go by, and hemp-based products continue to become more accessible all across the United Kingdom, users continue to learn all about the benefits and uses of CBD oils. Full-spectrum products infused with CBD contain a wide array of useful phytochemicals.

CBD Oil contains a host of beneficial compounds including omega acids, flavonoids, and phytocannabinoids such as cannabidiol. Full-spectrum products (not to be confused with pure CBD oils) derived from high-quality industrial hemp utilise the full range of compounds found in the hemp plant for whole-body, well-rounded use.

What’s CBD Oil?

CBD, short for cannabidiol, is one of the main components found in the hemp plant and lies in an all-natural class of molecules known as cannabinoids. Cannabidiol makes up about 40 per cent of the plant and is one over one hundred different compounds found in the cannabis plant (both marijuana and hemp.) Out of all the compounds, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD) are generally available in high concentrations. Due to this, the two compounds are the most researched cannabinoids. It is worth noting that CBD doesn’t induce the ‘high’ feelings THC does. Cannabidiol is non-psychoactive and holds/presents a wide array of benefits. Our bodies have a system called the endocannabinoid system, which uses cannabinoids in different ways in our bodies. Of marijuana and plant extracts, CBD oils are the purest and are available in tincture form.

Take a moment and browse CBD Village to view our selection of high-quality CBD oils, CBD capsules and various CBD products. We offer a variety of both flavoured and unflavoured CBD oils, as well as plenty of tinctures in a range of strengths. CBD Village has everything you need when it comes to quality cannabis extract products.

CBD Oils: Why You Should Give Them a Try

If you have ever spent time shopping for CBD products or trying to buy cbd oil online, then you know how complicated the process can sometimes be considering there are lots of options on offer.

With so many brands and products offering the same cannabidiol oil, how are CBD Villages’ cannabidiol oils any different from the rest?

Well, there are several reasons why our CBD oil is the best, and we can start by mentioning some of the things that make our products unrivalled when it comes to purity and quality.

First off, the CBD oil we offer are made using non-GMO, 100 percent organic hemp plants that are free of chemicals, fertilisers, pesticides, and herbicides.

If that is not enough for you, then the fact that we have CBD Village has been featured on some of the top CBD websites in the industry as one of the top-rated high-quality CBD products providers should be proof that we are one of the best in the industry.

One way to separate or differentiate between quality CBD oil and subpar ones is to listen to reputable, reliable and trusted outlets. CBD Village has featured and continues to feature in different best CBD oils for sale in the UK lists.

CBD Oil Vs Hemp Oil

Whilst each type of oil offers its own different health benefits, they are made very different and made from different parts of the hemp plant. Hemp oil, or hemp seed oil is, as you have guessed, made from the seed of the plant. It’s touted benefits include things like a healthy range of fatty acids for a nutrition, a beneficial supplement for some skin disorders and it’s been shown to decrease inflammation that can happen during menopause.

CBD Oil is made from the leaf and stem of the plant which are rich in CBD concentrations and have a host of proven benefits and more being studied all the time.

You can distinguish the two by inspecting the label and looking for mention of any of the following, hemp seed oil, hemp oil, Cannabis Sativa seed oil or just Cannabis Oil. All of these terms denote hemp oil but if you are unsure, reach out to us at our customer service or via social media and we’ll help clarify.

Are All CBD Oils the Same?

Like we mentioned earlier concerning searching for hemp-based oils online, it can be hard to distinguish one company or brand from the other. If you know a bit about CBD oil, then you know that top brands source their hemp or marijuana from legal industrial hemp providers, extract the cannabidiol using low-temperature carbon dioxide equipment, subject their product to third-party laboratory testing, and produce solvent-free, organic oils, tinctures, and capsules.

So, How Does One Tell One from The Other?

To some extent, you will have to rely on what others who’ve bought CBD oils and tinctures online from various brand names and have some insight have to say. As you will see, CBD Village is one of the very few names that consistently pop up on unbiased third-party sites with most acclaiming it for selling high-quality CBD oil. If you are searching for the finest-quality cannabidiol, we also have detailed reviews in our blog section.

Size Vs Amount Of CBD – Some Considerations

It’s worth taking the time to choose wisely, as not all CBD oil is created equally. You should check whether your chosen CBD extract contains a good amount of CBD, This is usually advertised on the packaging in mg per bottle size, such as 100ml, 250ml and 500ml or in the percentage concentrate, such as 5%, 10% or 15%ml obviously the higher these numbers the better.

Remember to weigh the cost per dose carefully, the more concentrated oils will be more expensive but the higher amount of CBD could work out as cheaper when considering the amount of CBD you get.

Full-Spectrum CBD Vs Broad-Spectrum – Which To Get?

When choosing which CBD product to buy, there are small but important differences between full-spectrum CBD and broad spectrum  CBD oil. Full spectrum contains the full range of cannabinoids including CBN, CBL and terpenes. Some believe that full spectrum CBD products are healthier due to the natural balance.

Broad-spectrum CBD oil and other products, have a high range of cannabinoids but due to the manufacturing process, some terpenes are lost.

The Extraction Method Used

There are several different CBD extraction methods used around the world. Some favour the slightly older and more traditional cold pressing technique but increasingly companies are relying on CO2 as their main extraction method.

CO2 extraction uses carbon dioxide at high pressure to isolate and and assure purity. The process is one of the more expensive extraction methods and is usually used by premium products. This extraction process also assists in keeping the THC level below 0.3%.

Side Effects

Remember it’s best to start with a low dose and steadily increase to find what’s right for you. Most of the studies conducted on CBD have been to look into how safe cannabidiol is for adults to take. According to the studies, fully grown adults are capable of tolerating a high does of CBD quite well.

Researches have also found that CBD has no significant effects on mood, the central nervous system, or the vital signs even in people who use high dosages.

However, there are a couple of complaints that have been recorded by a small percentage of CBD users. One of the most common ones is tiredness. Some people also reported diarrhoea and changes in weight and appetite.

Before you start taking CBD oil or any CBD product for that matter, make sure you speak to your doctor first as CBD may interact with some dietary supplements, over the counter medication, and cannabidiol prescription medication, especially the ones that warn you not to consume grapefruit.

There is also a chance that CBD disrupts an enzyme known as cytochrome P450 complex. When disrupted, the enzyme might affect how the liver breaks down toxins, increasing liver toxicity.

The Legality of CBD Oils in the UK

Considering that we sell CBD oil  and other CBD products to the UK, you can rest assured that it’. However, the details of that legality is fluid and and things change, increasingly for the better, we are glad to say. We believe that this is mostly down to confusion between CBD and THC, and as this difference is more clearly understood by public, things will progress quickly. Here’s a bit more detail.

As per the Misuse of Drugs Act of 1971, Cannabis is considered a controlled substance in the UK. However, as per the Misuse of Drugs Regulations Act of 2001, a follow up to the earlier law, Cannabis is placed under Schedule 1, which is a category for substances with no medicinal value. It is worth noting that this Schedule is currently under review.

Hemp contains over 100 different cannabinoids that affect the body differently and which are available in different parts of the plant in different extents. Of all cannabinoids, the two, most well-known ones are THC and CBD. And of all cannabinoids, THC is the most psychoactive and is what causes users to get high.

Almost all cannabinoids found in the plant are considered controlled substances and are, therefore, under the Misuse of Drugs Act, except for CBD. Industrial hemp is grown in the United Kingdom because it is a strain of the marijuana plant that contains negligible amounts of THC but is laden with CBD.

What does that mean for local British CBD Oil makers? It means that most of the full-spectrum cannabidiol oils contain some traces of THC and, therefore, pose a problem for most brands. According to the Home Office, cannabidiol oil product must contain a no more than .2 per cent THC, and the compound must not easily be separated from the product.

If you have any questions about this, or anything else for that matter, please contact our customer service for more details. We’re always happy to help