CBD Capsules and Oil drops
What are CBD Capsules?
These capsules are tablets containing the active ingredient CBD and pure Cannabis Sativa L. They contain all the natural oils and powerful compounds found within the cannabis plant. CBD capsules are legal for use in the UK but cannot be classed as a medication.
What are CBD oil drops?
CBD oil is one of the many chemical compounds found within the cannabis plant (Cannabis Sativa L.). CBD oil drops are oils that contain high concentrations of CBD. Each drop contains CBD (cannabidiol) and phytocannabinoids, terpenes and essential oils. They are a high-quality and pure source of CBD and have been fully tested in a CTA-approved laboratory. Although derived from the cannabis plant, CBD oil drops are fully licensed for use in the UK.
What are the benefits of CBD Capsules and oil drops?
There is a myriad of health benefits associated with taking CBD Capsules and oil drops, although it is important to note that they cannot be classed as a treatment or cure for any medical condition. They are an alternative remedy that some people may find helpful.
Here are some of the conditions that CBD Capsules and oil drops can help:
- Pain, particularly for long-term conditions such as fibromyalgia and multiple sclerosis;
- Acne and other skin conditions;
- Stress, anxiety and other mood disorders;
- The side effects of chemotherapy;
- Symptoms of withdrawal when quitting smoking or other drugs;
- Reduce swelling;
- Improved cardiovascular health;
- Improved immunity;
- Better memory.
How to take CBD Capsules 300mg
Swallow one tablet whole three times a day with gaps of six hours between each tablet. Taking a tablet with a glass of water is recommended. You can take it with or without food.
Do not exceed the recommended dosage. Do not take if the expiry date on the packet has passed. Store in a safe and dry place out of the reach of children.
How to take CBD oil drops
Take between two to five drops a day. Do not exceed the recommended dosage. Keep in a safe place out of direct sunlight and out of the reach of children.
Are there any side effects associated with CBD Capsules and oil drops?
Side effects are rare. Some users have reported dizziness, low blood pressure, and a dry mouth.
When is it not safe to take CBD Capsules or oil drops?
This product is considered safer than prescription drugs and many dietary supplements. However, CBD is a relatively new product and, although licensed for use in the UK. If you are allergic to CBD, you should not take these capsules.
Pregnancy / Breastfeeding / Driving / Alcohol
CBD Capsules and oil drops are safe to take if you are planning to drive or drink alcohol. There are no reasons to suggest they are unsafe to take during pregnancy or while breastfeeding, but if you have any concerns, talk to your doctor or pharmacist.