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    Canabidol CBD Supplements. Certified by Gov. UK. 

    Canabidol is a range of 100% legal sood supplements (in the UK, Europe & USA) that have been developed specifically for the most efficient and cost effect administration of CBD.

    Who are Canabidol?

    Canabidol was founded with the primary focus of bringing to market a unique, innovative cannabis oil product that uses only the legal Cannabinoid CBD in an easy to administer delivery method which would optimise the most efficient uptake of the active ingredient Cannabidiol. As there was no product on the market that was both sub-lingual and available in single dose administration, Canabidol saw the gap in the market and set about developing what is now the best selling CBD cannabis oil product in the UK, the Canabidol CBD Gel-Tabs.

    What is CBD oil?

    CBD Oil is an oil extracted from cannabis sativa l. (Hemp) plants, which contain over 400 phytonutrients. CBD (Cannabidiol) is one of the two major ingredients found in the Cannabis plant. It a non-intoxicating component which has enormous therapeutic potential.

    For more information on CBD, please check out our two blogs; CBD Oil FAQ's and CBD vs CBG Oil: What is the difference?.

    Won't CBD oil get me high?

    No! CBD oil is not psychoactive so you cannot get ‘high’ or intoxicated by consuming it, or any natural product made from cannabis sativa l. (hemp).

    Is CBD legal in the UK?

    CBD is legal in the UK if sold as a food supplement. CBD products that are produced using cannabis sativa l. (hemp) are able to be legally sold as food supplements. The food supplements directive 2002/46/ec defines a food supplement as foodstuffs which supplement a normal diet and which are concentrated sources of nutrients or other substances with a nutritional or physical effect. As long as a CBD product is sold as a food supplement and does not make any medicinal claims, then they are legally able to be sold in the UK. If the effects of the consumption of a food supplement is no different to that linked to the consumption of hemp as a foodstuff, it cannot be classified as a medicine and does not need marketing authorisation to be sold in the UK.

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