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    CBDOil.co.uk is a trusted UK supplier of CBD products such as oils, balms, creams, e liquids, capsules, vape oils and more.

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    The natural approach to maintaining your health and wellbeing in 2019

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CBD Oil UK

Welcome to CBDOil.co.uk, the UK’s leading supplier of full spectrum, broad spectrum and CBD isolate oils, vape e-liquids, tinctures and more.

As the UK’s most trusted CBD shop, we have a diverse range of high quality CBD products for you to choose from. Browse our range of CBD tinctures, CBD e-liquids, CBD edibles and other products using the navigation links above and enjoy free UK delivery on orders of £25 or more.

Our product selection includes the world’s top CBD brands, from Aztec CBD to Somnio, Virtue and more. Backed up by 24/7 customer service and same day dispatch on all orders placed by 3pm or earlier, we’re here to provide the hands-on, professional service you expect.

Beyond our fast, friendly service, we take pride in offering the best prices for high quality CBD products in the UK.

All of our CBD products are regularly tested to the highest quality laboratory standards, allowing us to make sure we offer only the highest grade CBD. We also have an extensive understanding of how CBD is produced, letting us carefully source only the best products for you.

All in all, this means we’re able to offer the highest quality CBD products in the UK with fantastic pricing, all backed up by unbeatable customer service. View our range of CBD oil tinctures, CBD vape e-liquids and CBD edibles now, or continue reading to learn more about our products.

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Testimonials

Some of our customers reviewed our products, here's what they have to say!

  • My products arrived very quickly and the quality of the CBD oil is top notch! The spray bottles are also a nice change from the droppers too.


    John S

  • Excellent product, I take one spray under the tongue before bedtime and I always have the best nights sleep. I would recommend cannabis oil to anyone.


    Louise M

Our Sprays

Handy sprays to bring with you when you're on the go.

Sprays

You have probably heard of CBD or medical marijuana from the increased amount of media coverage that it has seen over recent months.

CBD is one of the compounds which are found naturally in the cannabis and hemp plant. It stands for cannabidiol, and cannabis oil is made from this extract.

We all have an endocannabinoid system which interacts with cannabinoids in our bodies. It is the endocannabinoid system which is responsible for certain functions – such as regulating inflammation and pain, as well as having some cognitive functions. By stimulating the body's CB2 receptors (found mainly in the immune tissues), it can also help to improve your well-being.

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Our Eliquids

Do you enjoy vaping? We have some great eliquids for you to choose from.

CBD Oil vape

As the world is turned on to the damage that smoking causes, we are seeing more and more people vaping. E-cigarettes are becoming increasingly popular and now vaping is an easy way to get the benefits of cannabidiol as well.

CBD Vape oil is the same as normal vape oil, but it is enriched with cannabinoids. Its ingredients, therefore are simply, propylene glycol, vegetable glycerin, terpenes and cannabis oil. It can be used in exactly the same way as vaping, with the same vaping pen, making it easy and convenient. You can get it in a range of strengths and flavours to make it perfect for you.

Due to the fact that the vapour goes straight into your lungs and doesn't need to pass through your digestive system, vaping is the quickest way to get CBD into your bloodstream and to your endocannabinoid system, giving you more control and getting the quickest results.

Our CBD eliquids are a great option for vapers. These little bottles of 50% propylene glycol and 50% Vegetable Glycerin, We've found this is the best mix with exactly the right strength.

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Our Capsules

Capsules are great if you enjoy taking supplements in capsule form.

CBD Oil capsules

For many people capsules are convenient and effective. You simply swallow the capsule and let it work its magic. Our capsules contain cannabidiol – a natural compound which is found in the cannabis plant, which will enhance your well-being, but won't make you 'high'.

By swallowing a capsule the CBD will be absorbed through digestive system and get into your endocannabinoid system. However, if you prefer, we have sprays that can be sprayed under your tongue.

All of our products are legal in the UK as they all have a THC level of under 0.2%. However, it is important to know the law wherever you are on holiday to ensure that you don't get into trouble by possessing your CBD capsules abroad.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Got questions about CBD oil? We’ve got answers. Below, we’ve provided detailed answers to the most common questions we receive about CBD oil and the other CBD products we sell in our online shop.

  • Is CBD Oil Legal in the UK and Europe?

    Yes. CBD oil is completely legal in the UK and Europe. CBD is produced through extraction from the cannabis plant. Unlike regular cannabis products, it does not contain any THC -- the specific chemical that’s responsible for the “high” people feel after using cannabis.

    Instead, CBD products only contain cannabidiol (CBD) and, in some cases, other flavonoids and terpenes. These products don’t cause you to feel high, but can instead cause a range of effects and potential benefits for your health and wellbeing.

  • What is CBD?

    Cannabidiol, or CBD, is one of several naturally-occurring cannabinoids found in the cannabis, or hemp, plant. Unlike the more famous THC cannabinoid, CBD is non-psychoactive, meaning it’s not a chemical that can cause you to feel high.

    CBD is currently being researched as a potential treatment for a range of conditions, including chronic pain and a variety of neurological diseases. Although research is still in its early stages, current studies of CBD show that it may have promising results as a natural treatment.

  • What Type of Hemp is Used to Make CBD Oil?

    CBD oil is typically made using strains of hemp that are high in cannabinoids such as CBD, but low in THC. Because of this, most CBD oil either contains no THC at all, or only a tiny quantity of THC that cannot trigger any of the known psychoactive effects of cannabis.

  • How Does Hemp Differ From Marijuana?

    Marijuana and hemp are often used interchangeably, but the two terms refer to very different strains of the cannabis plant.

    Both marijuana and hemp are part of the cannabis plant family. However, the plant strains that are commonly referred to as marijuana typically have a high THC content, with a lower content of other cannabinoids such as CBD.

    Hemp, on the other hand, is rich in cannabinoids such as CBD but only contains a small amount of THC. This makes hemp ideal for use as a source of CBD for products such as oil tinctures or vape e-liquids.

  • What’s the Best Way to Ingest CBD?

    There are four different ways to consume CBD oil. The first, using it sublingually, allows CBD to quickly enter into your bloodstream and take effect. The second, using a vaporiser, is also fast, efficient and effective.

    Other options include applying CBD topically in the form of a body oil or lotion, as well as using CBD-based capsules. While these are both effective, it typically takes longer for the CBD to get into your bloodstream and start working.

  • Is it Safe to Travel With CBD Products?

    CBD oil is legal to purchase and use in the UK and European Union. This means that if you’re travelling within this area, you are not breaking the law.

    Despite this, it’s important to be aware that airport authorities and other travel authorities may mistake CBD oil for illegal cannabis. If you’re carrying CBD products with you while you travel, make sure they’re inside the original packaging that states they are CBD-based products.

    Many countries still ban CBD oil, with some placing strict penalties on the possession of CBD and other cannabis products. If you’re travelling outside the UK or European Union, check the local laws for your destination before you travel with any CBD products.

What Is CBD Oil?

What is CBD oil?

If you’ve been following the news recently, you’ve undoubtedly heard about the massive rise in the number of people using CBD oil.

According to recent data, an estimated 300,000 people in the UK now use CBD oil on a regular basis. Reports also indicate that the global market for CBD products is estimated to grow to up to 700% its current size by 2020, with an estimated value of $2.1 billion.

So, what exactly is CBD oil? CBD, or cannabidiol, is a non-psychoactive phytocannabinoid that is sourced from the hemp plant. Unlike its well-known counterpart tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), inhaling CBD does not cause you to feel high.

Instead, CBD is believed to offer a range of health and wellbeing benefits, many of which are supported by an increasing amount of scientific evidence.

CBD oil is made by extracting CBD directly from the hemp plant. It’s commonly sold as an oral tincture, as a food or beverage additive, as e-liquid for use in a vaporiser, and even in a variety of other forms.

Below, we’ve explained what CBD oil is in more detail, as well as how it’s commonly used as a treatment for a variety of ailments. We’ve also looked at the most popular forms of CBD oil that are available today, from oral CBD tinctures to vape oil, capsules and more.

The Basics of CBD Oil and Cannabidiol

As you’d expect from its name, CBD oil is an oil that contains cannabidiol, or CBD. It’s made by extracting the cannabidiol directly from the hemp plant, then processing it into a usable oil with a specific CBD content.

In general, you’ll find two different types of CBD oil on the market:

  • Whole plant, or “full spectrum” extract. This extraction method produces an oil that contains CBD and a range of other cannabinoids. “Full spectrum” CBD oil also contains cannabis terpenes, which may give the oil certain anti-inflammatory properties.

    Because full spectrum CBD contains terpenes in addition to cannabidiol, it’s often seen as a more effective form of CBD for treating inflammation. Full spectrum CBD products often contain traces of THC, although the total THC content is extremely low.
  • CBD isolate. Oils labeled as CBD isolate only contain CBD, with no other cannabinoids or terpenes. CBD isolate products also contain absolutely no THC (most will have a “0% THC” note somewhere on their packaging).

    Because this type of CBD oil doesn’t contain any of the naturally-occurring terpenes that are present in the hemp plant, it’s less popular than full spectrum CBD. As it contains no THC, CBD isolate oil is ideal if you’re concerned about THC-based drug testing.

Several different methods are used to extract CBD from the hemp plant. The most common of these is ethanol extraction, which involves the use of an ethanol-based solvent to extract CBD from the hemp plant.

Some CBD oil producers use a more modern fluid CO2 extraction method to isolate and extract CBD from the hemp plant. This is generally the preferred method for producing high quality CBD oil. You’ll often find CO2 extraction listed as a feature of high-end, more costly CBD products.

What is CBD Oil Used For?

Although research into CBD is still in its early stages, the data that’s currently available tends to show that CBD may have a range of interesting and unique health benefits.

CBD is linked to a range of pain relief effects, making it a potentially useful natural treatment for a variety of forms of chronic pain. It’s also believed to have positive effects for people who suffer from anxiety, depression and other psychological conditions.

Beyond this, CBD is linked to improvements in sleep and is widely used as a natural treatment for insomnia. It’s also being studied as a treatment for everything from cardiovascular health to acne, body composition, substance abuse recovery and more.

If you’re interested in learning more about the potential health benefits of CBD, be sure to read our detailed guide to the benefits of CBD oil.

Is CBD Oil Legal?

While recreational cannabis is illegal in the UK, CBD is legal to manufacture and sell as long as it complies with current regulations.

CBD doesn’t contain THC, the psychoactive cannabinoid that causes you to feel high after using cannabis. THC, as well as numerous other cannabinoids, are strictly controlled in the UK via the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971 and the Misuse of Drug Regulations Act 2001.

However, CBD is not listed as a controlled substance under the Misuse of Drugs Act. As long as a CBD product is produced using a strain of hemp that’s approved by the EU, it’s legal for you to purchase and use it in the UK.

Any CBD oil sold in the UK also needs to have a THC content of 0.2% or less. Oils that contain CBD but also have a higher THC content, such as some forms of cannabis oil, can’t legally be manufactured or sold in the UK.

Simply put, as long as a CBD oil product is free of THC, or only contains a tiny amount of THC that’s within the 0.2% limit, it’s legal in the UK. For more information on CBD’s legal status and how it differs from illegal cannabis, be sure to read our guide to CBD laws in the UK.

What Forms of CBD Oil Are Available?

CBD oil is available in several different forms, from oral tinctures to capsules, vape oils, edible products and more. We stock a wide variety of high quality, natural CBD products in our shop, including:

  • CBD Oil Tinctures. The most popular form of CBD oil, tinctures or drops are designed for use directly under your tongue. Sold in a variety of different strengths, tinctures are a great option if you prefer to ingest CBD orally without the use of a vaporiser.
  • CBD Vape Oil. Designed for use with a vaporiser, CBD vape oil, or e-liquid, allows you to consume CBD in vapour form. This is the fastest, most effective way to deliver CBD into your body, allowing you to enjoy its effects without any slow absorption process.
  • CBD Vape Additives. Unlike CBD vape oil, CBD vape additives aren’t designed for use on their own. Instead, they contain concentrated CBD and are designed to be added to an existing flavoured e-liquid.
  • Edible CBD Products. Edible CBD products, such as gummies, honey sticks, blended tea bags, dark chocolate bites and other products allow you to consume CBD in a wide range of edible forms, often accompanied by a variety of pleasant flavours.
  • CBD Balms. Designed to deliver CBD topically through the skin, CBD balms contain a mix of soothing ingredients infused with CBD. Balms typically contain a smaller amount of CBD than oil tinctures, vape oils and other products designed for oral use.
  • CBD Bath Additives. Designed for use in your bath water, CBD bath additives allow you to absorb CBD through your skin as you bathe. Similar to balms, most CBD bath additives only contain a relatively low dose of CBD.
  • Other CBD Products. CBD oil is also used in a range of other products, from crystals and waxes to honey sticks and more. You can view many of these products in our CBD shop.

Of these products, there’s no “best” way to consume CBD. From CBD tinctures to edibles, bath additives and more, each type of CBD product offers its own range of advantages, allowing you to tailor your usage method based on your tastes, needs and lifestyle.

CBD vs. THC: What’s the Difference?

Cannabidiol, or CBD, and tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, are commonly viewed as similar. After all, they’re both extracts of the cannabis plant and they have, at least superficially, quite similar sounding names.

However, this is where the similarities end. CBD and THC target different cannabinoid receptors within the body, producing very different effects. We’ve listed these effects, as well as other key differences between these two compounds, below:

  • THC is psychoactive, while CBD isn’t. THC is the ingredient in cannabis that causes the “high” effect. When you consume cannabis that contains THC, you’ll feel an altered sense of sight, hearing and smell, as well as a variety of other effects.

    CBD, on the other hand, is not psychoactive. While it may help to reduce some feelings of pain, discomfort and anxiety, it doesn’t cause the high that THC does, meaning your senses won’t be altered in a noticeable way.
  • THC is not legal in the UK, while CBD is. CBD is legal to purchase and consume both in the UK and throughout the European Union. It’s no longer listed under the Controlled Substances Act and isn’t a controlled substance.

    THC, on the other hand, is prohibited in the UK under the Controlled Substances Act. It’s a controlled substance and an illegal drug. If you possess substances that contain THC in the UK, you risk being criminally prosecuted.
  • THC activates certain cannabinoid receptors, while CBD inhibits them. Not only are THC and CBD different compounds, but they affect the cannabinoid receptors within the body in vastly different ways.

    While THC is known to activate the CB1 and CB2 receptors, CBD typically reduces the effects of these receptors. This is one reason why THC can cause psychoactive effects, while CBD has no noticeable effects on your perception.

In short, CBD is a cannabinoid that can treat pain, anxiety and a range of other conditions. It is not an illegal substance that causes you to feel high. It’s legal to purchase and to use in the UK and other countries within the European Union.

THC, on the other hand, will cause you to feel high and is not legal in the UK. THC is not legal to purchase or possess, and you risk being prosecuted if you’re found to possess any products that contain THC in the UK and many other countries.

Learn More About CBD

Interested in learning more about CBD? From its potential as a natural pain reliever to its links to improvements in anxiety and other health conditions, CBD is a promising treatment that has attracted a huge amount of interest from researchers.

Our CBD news section contains more information on CBD, from its uses to the latest research into CBD as a natural health treatment.

Shop Online for CBD Oil and Other CBD Products

Interested in getting started with CBD oil? From oil tinctures to edibles and more, we’ve got you covered. Check out our selection of high quality CBD products online and enjoy free UK delivery on all orders of £25 or more.