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CBD Oil: The Basics

Cannabidiol: the safe and legal all-rounder

Cannabidiol (CBD) and Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) are both cannabinoids, sisters to the cannabis plant. CBD is derived from hemp. One of the oldest crops in the world, hemp has been used to produce clothing and paper for thousands of years. On the other hand, THC is found in large quantities in marijuana and hashish, so these are intoxicants. In short, THC is psychotropic, but CBD is not. This means that CBD does not induce a high.

CBD has far more uses than THC. CBD is effective as a dietary supplement or for cosmetic purposes and is freely available in the United Kingdom. CBD oil does not contain any animal ingredients or animal products and is therefore vegan. The popularity of CBD oil, also known as cannabidiol oil, is growing rapidly in Britain and more and more people are discovering the wide-ranging benefits of CBD.

Even better news is that our CBD contains less than 0.2% THC, which means that there is no psychoactive effect. In Britain, only cannabidiol oil with a THC content of below 0.2% is legal to buy and sell.

Full-Spectrum CBD

Cannabidiol (CBD) oil is made from hemp. The hemp plant contains very little THC, so is the most suitable plant from which to produce CBD. In Britain, the THC content in CBD oil is regulated by law; all CBD oils must not exceed 0.2 % THC.

Due to the low THC content, CBD products are not psychoactive or intoxicating, so can be taken without worry. The dietary supplements supply the body with important nutrients and support overall health and wellbeing, especially when in combination with a healthy diet.

Effects of CBD

Disappointed by the limited possibilities with conventional medicines, more and more people are turning to alternative solutions. Herbal medicines, natural remedies and CBD have all proven popular for pain relief.

The positive reviews around CBD abound. Since using CBD, people who had almost lost hope in finding the right treatment for them are now seeing their conditions improve and their self-confidence skyrocket. CBD is helping them heal and their satisfaction is clear.

CBD oil also contains omega-3 fatty acids, omega-6 fatty acids and gamma-linolenic acid, all of which have a positive effect on the blood pressure and the appearance of skin. It contains vitamin E in large quantities, as well as riboflavin and vitamins B1 and B2. Finally, important trace elements such as iron, potassium, calcium, copper, manganese, magnesium, sodium, phosphorus and zinc are naturally present in the oils.

The use of CBD oil as a dietary supplement has little to no undesirable side effects.

The use of CBD is not recommended for children and for women during pregnancy and breastfeeding. If you are taking omeprazole or diazepam at the same time, consult your doctor before using CBD products.

Scientists have discovered that the body is able to produce cannabinoids itself. If endocannabinoid levels are too low, they can no longer positively influence body functions. The same also applies to pets, which also have their own endocannabinoid system.

Side Effects of CBD

If Nordic CBD Oils are used properly, there should be no side effects. However, there are a few things to keep in mind when starting to use CBD oil, especially if you’re a beginner.

Taking too big a dose at any one time could cause diarrhoea, dizziness, headaches, loss of appetite and excessive fatigue in extreme cases. People who know they are very sensitive should monitor their body closely when taking CBD for the first time, as there can always be undesired reactions, even if the CBD oil is completely organic.

Pregnant and breastfeeding women should generally refrain from taking CBD oil, as there are no long-term studies available yet. Furthermore, people taking acid inhibitors such as omeprazole should discuss the use of CBD oil with their doctor. There can also be interactions between CBD oil and diazepam, which is why it is essential to consult a doctor before taking CBD oil.

In multiple studies, no major side effects of CBD oil have been observed, even at very high doses. However, there is no long-term study on the side effects, which is why the scientists cannot make any definitive statement here. What is certain, however, is that there is absolutely no toxic reaction when taking CBD oil.

How Does CBD Work With The Body?

The human cell system is based on the constant renewal of cells. In an ongoing process, cells die to make room for new cells. Within the human body is a so-called endocannabinoid system. This means that receptors exist within us that are prepared for the ingestion of cannabinoids, and can recognize and react to them; these are called CB1 and CB2 receptors. The CB1 receptor especially is thought to be of central importance for the brain regions that control memory and movement. The CB2 receptor has a major influence on the immune system.

Where Can I Get CBD Without A Prescription?

CBD products have a wide range of uses. All Nordic CBD products are available without a prescription. However, you are welcome to consult your doctor if you have any questions. The full range of Nordic CBD products is available online at nordiccbd.co.uk.

 

 

 

 

CBD: Science, Legislation and Dosage

Science and CBD: On The Same Page

Long-term studies are needed to provide conclusive evidence that CBD can reduce tumours. In 2015, a specialist committee of the German Medical Association examined scientific developments in the medicinal effects of cannabinoids finding that they are effective against multiple sclerosis pain.

In most EU countries, the sale and purchase of CBD oil and products with CBD is possible without any problems. This may also be one reason why numerous studies have been conducted abroad, particularly in Israel, which have shown that CBD products, such as CBD oil, have no intoxicating effect.

CBD in Drug Tests and Travel

CBD users do not have to worry about drug testing. Taking CBD oil will not be a significant factor in a drug test. In the rare case that a rapid test has a positive result, a subsequent blood test will undermine this with a negative result. Nevertheless, it is always better to inform your supervisor or employer about your use of CBD products, if you have any concerns.

Although CBD oil and drug testing is not a problem, irregularities can always occur because quick drug tests are not very accurate.

When travelling by plane, you will need to store your CBD in small plastic bags, like all other liquids. In European countries, there will be no problems at security. However, in a few countries including Thailand and some other (mostly Asian) countries, there can be more checks. Some countries only allow CBD in aircrafts if there is no THC in the oil, but fortunately, most CBD products (including those from Nordic) contain no THC.

Nordic CBD products contain the legal THC levels of below 0.2 %, which means that you have to find out for yourselves in which countries it may be imported. The same applies, however, if CBD oil is purchased abroad and transported by plane or car. In Switzerland, for example, a guide value of less than 1% THC applies. This value is already regarded as medical cannabis for CBD oil in the UK and falls under the Narcotics Law. We urge everyone who would wish to travel with their CBD oil to familiarise themselves with CBD laws across the world

Since CBD oil is completely legal, the purchase of it over the internet is not an evasion maneuver to circumvent a legal gray area, but merely the logical and inexpensive alternative to purchasing a CBD product in the pharmacy.

Dosage and Application of CBD Oil

When taking Nordic CBD Oil for the first time, there are a few factors to consider when dosing in order to avoid unwanted side effects. After a few weeks you should be able to come up with a custom dosage, which can be adjusted at any time.

For the first two to three days, two drops of Nordic CBD Oil 5% should be taken in the morning. The dose can then be increased to two drops in the morning and two drops at noon. After another two to three days, 2 x 3 drops can be taken.

The dose should normally be maintained for two to three days as this is the best way to see if the desired effect is achieved. If you are not satisfied with the effects, one more drop can be taken every two to three days.

Nordic CBD Oil is dripped under the tongue where it should remain for one to two minutes before swallowing. This has the advantage that it can be absorbed by the oral mucosa and thus goes directly into the system. Some users prefer the spoon method and drip the CBD oil onto a spoon before pushing it under the tongue. This has the advantage of always taking the exact number of drops.

Please always keep in mind that each person reacts differently to the CBD oil, which is why your body's reaction should be closely observed in the first few days. In case of side effects, we recommend to stop using CBD oil immediately. It should also be noted that each person needs and will benefit from a different dosage. If the oil is recommended by friends, who take for example 10 drops per day, this does not mean that one should start with this same dosage. Some people take 3 drops a day, others 5 drops. The use of CBD oil is very personal.

 

 

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Types of CBD Products

Which CBD product you choose is down to your own personal needs. While CBD vape oil works very quickly and is used for acute problems, CBD capsules and CBD oil are more suitable for long-term use. Of course, application and dosage also play an important role in determining which type of CBD is best for you.

CBD Oil: Along with Nordic CBD capsules, CBD oils are the most popular way to take our CBD. CBD oil is easy to dose and is dripped under the tongue (sublingually). A big advantage of CBD oil is that it can be dosed very individually, according to your own needs.

CBD Capsules: CBD capsules are an excellent option for dosing your CBD on the move. With their handy blister packaging and simple, one-size dosage, CBD capsules are an easy and effective way to consume CBD.

CBD Vape Oil: Our CBD vape oils are either smoked or vaporised. One of our most popular products, these are particularly suitable for acute complaints. Dosing is simple and can be easily tailored to the individual.

CBD Balms and CBD Cosmetics: These can both be used alongside CBD capsules and CBD oil. CBD balms are applied topically and are lightly massaged in. CBD Cosmetics can be easily integrated into your daily skincare routine.

CBD oil is completely legal and the purchase of it over the internet is not an evasion maneuver to circumvent a legal gray area, but merely the logical and inexpensive alternative to purchasing CBD products at a pharmacy.

Storing Your CBD Products

At Nordic, we provide only the highest quality CBD oils, as determined by third party evaluations and laboratory testing. To order CBD oil, simply register in our shop and choose the products you need. How you store CBD is particularly important to ensure that the contents remain at their best and do not expire. Our CBD Oils should be stored in a cool, dark and dry place and will last for 6 months after opening. If unopened, our CBD oils are usable for up to two years.

What Goes Into Nordic CBD Oil?

Different concentrations of Nordic CBD Oil have slightly different ingredients. For example, Nordic 15% CBD Oil 10ml contains the following ingredients:

  • 16.28 % CBD (Cannabidiol)
  • 0.38 % CBG (Cannabigerol)
  • 0.07 % THCV
  • 0.06 % CBN (Cannabinol)
  • <0.03 % CBDA
  • <0.03 % CBGA
  • <0.03 % THC
  • <0.03 % THCA
  • <0.03 % CBC.
  • Nordic CBD Oil also contains various naturally-occurring plant substances, hence it is a full spectrum oil and not a pure CBD oil.

    In addition, 10 ml of Nordic CBD oil also contains

  • 0.95g saturated fatty acids
  • 1.45g monounsaturated fatty acids
  • 7.6g polyunsaturated fatty acids
  • CBD oil is also rich in omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids and has a calorific value of 90 kcal.
  • The slightly different ingredients in each product means that the application of CBD oil is very individual and it might take time to find the optimum dose for you. For example, 5% CBD Oil might be sufficient for some, but others will only respond to the 15% oil. In principle, CBD oil dosage should start with a 5% oil. The different concentrations of CBD oil indicate the CBD content. The CBD extract is mixed with a carrier oil. The percentage indicates how much CBD is present in the oil.

    CBD Isolate vs CBD Extract:

    CBD isolate is completely pure CBD, which does not contain any other substances. This means that it only contains the cannabidiol and no plant substances from the hemp plant.

    On the other hand, CBD extract contains plant substances alongside cannabidiol, which is why a CBD oil from CBD extract is also called full spectrum oil. Nordic CBD oils are, if no indication is given, full spectrum oils containing all the important and beneficial ingredients.

    A CBD oil made from isolate may be beneficial to some users if they do not see the results they desire from a full spectrum oil. However, as some reports have shown, it is more likely that a user may not respond as well to CBD isolate.

    Differences in the Extraction Process:

    There are a number of different CBD oil extraction processes, but the CO2 extraction process is the gentlest and most common method to dissolve the ingredient. An extraction process using alcohol is also very gentle, but is not as economical as with CO2.

    Extracting CBD with CO2: This method of extracting cannabidiol is very environmentally friendly and results in a very pure end product, hence why, at Nordic, this is the method we prefer.

    Extracting CBD with Alcohol: With this method, the active ingredient is extracted from the plant material with alcohol. Although the extraction of CBD oil by alcohol extraction is also very gentle, it is less economical and less environmentally friendly.

    CBD oil Colour

    The CBD oil colour can vary a lot and there are several reasons for this. Nordic CBD Oil, for example, is typically light brown with a green shimmer. Other oils have a golden or dark brown tinge. The most important thing here is the carrier oil with which the CBD extract is topped up. If a hemp seed oil is used, the CBD oil colour is rather greenish to golden brown. If sunflower oil or even coconut oil is used for a better CBD oil taste, the CBD oil has a light and golden yellow colour.

    CBD oil flavour

    CBD oil has a very distinct flavour, which cannot be avoided and might take some getting used to. The taste of CBD oil can vary, but is often described as bitter or nutty. Our Nordic CBD oils have an intense taste, as we do not use any artificial flavouring to keep the products as natural as possible.

    Beware of cheap CBD Oil

    Unfortunately, there are still many bogus CBD traders on the market in search of a quick cash grab. In the USA, for example, numerous CBD oils were tested and many were found to contain virtually no CBD, despite the oil being sold as CBD oil at a premium price. For this reason, you should be especially vigilant when looking for cheap CBD oil.

    Very cheap CBD oil should only be bought when there are offers or discounts in place at a recognisable brand. The CBD oils on the market in Britain are generally all within the same price range, so cheap and safe CBD is hard to come by. If you are on a budget, look for discount codes and offers.

    Nordic CBD also occasionally offers discount codes, in addition to the CBD product sets, so that you can save money when buying CBD. Buying cheap CBD oil should always be conditional on the quality.

    The history of hemp (cannabis)

    The History of Hemp

    Hemp is one of the oldest crops in the world and was first cultivated around 10,000 years ago. Hemp has been used for textile production for about 3,000 years and was an important raw material for seafaring, used to construct ropes and clothing. It is a very robust fibre and is both tear resistant and soft, so has since been used in the production of blue jeans.

    The uses of hemp are extensive. It is a very good fibre for making paper, favoured by many artists, including Rembrandt who made his first oil painting on paper from hemp fibre.

    Hemp is also frequently used in the construction industry as it is used to make natural insulating materials and functions as a raw material for lightweight boards. Finally, as you would expect, food and dietary supplements are also produced from the hemp plant.

    The hemp industry has always been very competitive. For example, when the US was still a British colony, landowners there were severely punished if they did not cultivate hemp. At the time however, Russia was the largest hemp producer and accounted for about 80% of the western hemp demand. The paper and textile industries in particular were supplied with hemp and the English were one of the largest buyers. Under Napoleon, however, hemp for fibre became scarce in England because it imposed a continental blockade and no more deliveries were made. Due to this bottleneck, an alternative had to be sought - cotton.

    Today, hemp is cultivated worldwide, but thrives especially in subtropical areas. This is due to the fact that hemp was first cultivated in Central Asia 10,000 years ago and continues to find the best conditions and the perfect climate here.