What is CBD?
CBD is the current buzzword in nutritional Supplements. Across the UK people of all ages are taking CBD as part of their daily health regime. CBD, or cannabidiol, is a major and non-psychotropic component of the Cannabis sativa plant. This means that it does not change the state of Mind of the person who uses it. And while Good Remedy have done everything they can to make Good Remedy Mend CBD Oil the tastiest possible, it's not addictive.
What is CBD good for?
The MHRA (Medicines & Healthcare products Regulatory Authority) classify the quantities of CBD and the other cannabinoids found in Good Remedy 1000mg Flow CBD Oil as Food supplements, which means it is not possible to make any health claims about this product. However, with a little bit of internet research you will quickly find many studies exploring the potential health benefits of CBD, some of which cover Stress & nausea relief, Anxiety and improved Sleep. This research continues.
Is Good Remedy Mend legal?
Yes! Good Remedy 1000mg Mend CBD Oil has zero THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol), the psychoactive compound in cannabis that gets you 'high', so is safe and legal to use. CBD extracted from marijuana is available in parts of the world where medical cannabis has been legalised and there is more flexibility surrounding THC content. Despite last year’s legalisation of medical cannabis in the UK, very few prescriptions have been issued, so in the meantime, most people continue to choose CBD oil extracted from hemp, like Good Remedy Mend.
In conclusion, it is always recommended to choose CBD extracted from organic hemp, containing less than 0.2% THC (or indeed none at all). That way there’s no chance of accidentally breaking the law or experiencing any unwanted intoxicating effects.