Cbd Oil

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CBD oils offer a convenient way to obtain your daily dose of CBD. Derived from top-quality EU hemp plants, CBD extract is refined with carrier oils such as extra virgin olive oil or hemp seed oil to provide a clean and discreet experience.

The dropper makes it easy to keep a close eye on exactly how much CBD you consume—drop by drop. All the CBD oils we carry are 100% natural and contain no synthetic chemicals. Simply drop the oil directly under the tongue or add atop foods to enrich your meals.

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Medihemp Raw Hemp Seed Oil (18% Cbd/cbda)

MediHemp Raw Hemp Seed Oil 18% by MediHemp with 18% of CBD/CBDA is among the richest CBD oils available on the market. Made from the best organic hemp grown in Austria, using a gentle CO₂ extraction process and free of chemicals and other impurities, this quality CBD oil is as pure as nature. Contains the full range of...


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Cbd Oil 20% (Cibdol)

Cibdol CBD Oil 20% provides 10mg of cannabidiol in each and every drop. Derived from EU hemp and processed using high-tech extraction and filtration methods, the golden oil features a full-spectrum blend of CBD and terpenes.


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Cbd Oil 30% (Cibdol)

CBD Oil 30% by Cibdol is one of the strongest CBD products on the market. Made from natural hemp and processed using CO₂ extraction technology, the proof is in the purity.

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Cbd Hemp Seed Oil 2.5% (Cibdol)

Cibdol CBD Hemp Seed Oil 2.5% provides a simple and accurate way to dose CBD. Enjoy the nutty taste of CO₂-extracted CBD infused into a base of cold-pressed hemp seed oil.

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Cbd Hemp Seed Oil 10% (Cibdol)

CBD Hemp Seed Oil 10% serves up a mid-strength dose of CBD, with 5mg of cannabidiol in each drop. Enjoy the nutty taste of hemp seed oil with each serving.

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Cbd Hemp Seed Oil 15% (Cibdol)

Cibdol CBD Hemp Seed Oil 15% sends a potent dose of CBD straight into the bloodstream. Enjoy cannabidiol and the earthy, nutty taste of hemp seed oil.


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Cbd Softgel Capsules 4% (Zamnesia)

The Zamnesia CBD softgel capsules make dosing CBD easier than ever. Each capsule contains 6,4mg of unaltered CBD so you can get your dose of powerful cannabinoids no matter where you are. The softgels are tasteless and easy to swallow which makes them the ideal companion when you’re on-the-go and during...


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Cbd Softgel Capsules 10% (Zamnesia)

CBD Softgel Capsules by Zamnesia are the discreet way to keep up with your CBD regimen, no matter where you are. The softgels are easy to swallow and have a neutral taste. Made from 10% strength CBD oil, each capsule contains 16mg of CBD.


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Medihemp Hemp Seed Oil Capsules (5% Cbd/cbda)

Medihemp Hemp Seed Oil Capsules combine all the best parts of hemp. They are ideal for anyone who wants to supplement their diet in an easy to swallow, discreet and tasteless manner. Each capsule contains organically produced, cold-pressed hemp seed oil combined with 25mg of CBD/CBDA paste.


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Cbd Oil (Zamnesia) 5%

5% CBD. Cannabis is bred to contain high levels of THC, but its cousin hemp is cultivated for its CBD content and of course the bast fibers. The result is a hemp extract rich in CBD.


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Cbd Oil (Zamnesia) 10%

Zamnesia CBD oil 10% is a high-quality oil sourced from naturally grown, organic European hemp. Perfect for the CBD user who prefers a potent blend for daily dosing.


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Information About Cbd Oil

Information About CBD Oil

CBD is one of the dozens of organic compounds found in the Cannabis sativa species. Referred to as phytocannabinoids, what makes these particular compounds unique is the way they influence the human body when smoked, vaped, or ingested.

However, it isn't just cannabidiol (CBD) that exists in cannabis and hemp. By carefully extracting other cannabinoids alongside CBD, it's possible to harness their capabilities and infuse them into oils, capsules, topicals, and more.

Examples of other cannabinoids:

  • Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)
  • Cannabigerol (CBG)
  • Cannabichromene (CBC)
  • Cannabinol (CBN)
  • Tetrahydrocannabinolic acid (THCA)
  • Cannabigerolic acid (CBGA)

These cannabinoids are then added to a carrier oil such as olive or hemp seed oil to create CBD oil, a supplement that, according to research, may have a beneficial impact on our well-being.

CBD oil is a non-toxic way to enjoy the influence of cannabinoids. Unfortunately, given the compound’s close links to recreational cannabis, or marijuana, some users are sceptical about the safety of CBD oil. The key to understanding and benefiting from CBD oil is knowing how it's made and the best way to consume it.

Oils That Are Similar To Cbd Oil


The first hurdle for most buyers is distinguishing between the different types of oils produced from Cannabis sativa.

Cbd Oil Vs Cannabis Oil

CBD oil is almost exclusively made from hemp, a plant naturally high in CBD and low in THC. By starting the extraction process with a plant naturally low in THC, it's easier to produce full-spectrum CBD oils while keeping THC levels at trace amounts.

Cannabis oil, on the other hand, is derived solely from strains of marijuana. While these will contain some CBD, levels of THC will be significantly higher. As a result, cannabis oil will induce a high, whereas CBD oil will not.

For well-being, CBD oil is a superior option. Not only because of its extensive influence, but because of its lack of psychotropic side effects.

Cbd Oil And Hemp Oil Differences

Another common source of confusion is the difference between CBD oil and hemp oil. CBD oil is produced by extracting cannabinoids from the flowers and leaves of mature hemp parts. By using highly sophisticated methods, laboratories can isolate specific cannabinoids and terpenes, before this full-spectrum blend is added to a carrier oil.

Hemp oil is also derived from hemp, but solely from the seeds, not the flowers or leaves. The hemp seeds are instead cold-pressed, producing a nutty-tasting oil. Hemp seeds do not contain any cannabinoids, and hemp seed oil will not influence your body in the same way as CBD oil.

There are several types of Cannabis sativa-derived oils to choose from, and it's easy to confuse them. If you’re ever unsure, ask companies for independent test results so you can verify the product’s exact contents.

Which Extraction Methods Are Used To Make Cbd Oil?


Before deciding to take CBD oil, it helps to understand how companies produce it.

The first stage of production involves carefully extracting cannabinoids from raw plant material. This is achieved using a variety of methods, but they are not all equal. There are distinct advantages and disadvantages to specific methods of extraction, and not all are viable for commercial application.

Ethanol Extraction

Ethanol extraction utilises the binding properties of alcohol. The solvent is mixed with plant material, effectively stripping out essential compounds such as cannabinoids. The solvent is then evaporated to leave behind an extract laden with cannabinoids and terpenes.

While solvent extraction is favoured for its low cost and good scalability, there are several disadvantages. Solvent extraction isn't as precise as other extraction methods. And, although it may pull cannabinoids from the plant material, it also strips out unwanted compounds such as chlorophyll.

There is also a risk of traces of ethanol being left behind, potentially contaminating the final product. Post-extraction filtration does mitigate some of these disadvantages, but even this process can inadvertently destroy more volatile cannabinoids and terpenes—lowering the overall quality of the resulting CBD oil.

Hydrocarbon Extraction

Hydrocarbon extraction is not very common, and for good reason. It uses a principle similar to solvent extraction, but is far less efficient at isolating cannabinoids and terpenes. CBD oils produced using hydrocarbon extraction are typically low-quality, containing very little CBD. There's also the risk of residual hydrocarbon solvent. This solution is dangerous when consumed.

Oil Extraction

Although oil is usually added to CBD after extraction, you can skip a stage of production by using olive oil from the outset. Decarboxylated plant material is added to olive oil and heated slowly for several hours. Because cannabinoids are liposoluble, they naturally bind with olive oil. Once the mixture is filtered and strained, what remains is cannabinoid-infused olive oil.

However, oil extraction is not very precise. The exact ratio of cannabinoids retained is incredibly difficult to control, and CBD oils are poorly concentrated as a result. Because of its inefficiency, oil extraction is more suited to domestic CBD oil production.

Supercritical Co₂ Extraction

Supercritical CO₂ may require sophisticated machinery and significant expense, but its efficacy far outweighs the extraction methods listed above.

CO₂ is a natural gas that exists all around us. However, if you subject CO₂ to the right heat and pressure conditions (in a controlled chamber), you can turn it supercritical, where it displays properties of both a gas and a liquid.

Supercritical CO₂ is passed over plant material, and just like the other extraction methods, it removes and retains essential cannabinoids and terpenes. The difference with CO₂ extraction is the post-processing stage. By slowly returning supercritical CO₂ to its natural state, you can condense and collect virtually all cannabinoids and terpenes without destroying them. Plus, there is zero solvent left behind in the end product.

CBD oil produced using supercritical CO₂ extraction is not only incredibly pure, but safe too. And, thanks to the level of precision, it's possible to include a diverse range of compounds without compromising the end product with harmful levels of THC.

What Are The Differences Between Carrier Oils?


Now that we know how to extract CBD, it's time to explore another crucial stage—infusion with a carrier oil.

CBD is hydrophobic, which means the human body has a hard time absorbing it. To improve absorption rates, and to provide some secondary benefits, CBD is infused with the carrier oils listed below.

Hemp Seed Oil

Hemp seed oil is an excellent carrier for CBD because of its high nutritional value. Hemp seed oil is naturally rich in antioxidants, plant protein, and omega fatty acids 3 & 6. Combined with CBD, hemp seed oil can have a range of benefits.

That's not to say it's superior to other types of CBD oil, but whether or not hemp seed oil is the best option for you will depend on your lifestyle and individual needs.

Olive Oil

Olive oil is among the most common carrier oils used in CBD oil production. Not only is it tasty, but it's packed with monounsaturated fats and antioxidants. Potential allergies to olive oil are also rare, making it a safe choice. In short, it's the ideal carrier oil for CBD and won't disrupt the natural harmony of cannabinoids and terpenes.

Liposomal Oils

Liposomal CBD oils are up to four times more effective than traditional CBD oils thanks to pharmaceutical-grade liposomes. These microscopic vesicles protect essential compounds as they travel through the human body. In this case, CBD is carefully inserted inside the liposomes, allowing the cannabinoid to move through the digestive system undisturbed.

Because higher concentrations of active CBD reach their target area (the bloodstream), the effects of liposomal CBD oils have a quicker onset, while also being more pronounced.

However, there is a caveat to its improved characteristics: the unique liposomal formula includes alcohol.

Other Oils

Due to the versatility of CBD, it's easily added to a variety of carrier oils. Below are some other examples.

  • Sunflower; Safe to consume and available in large quantities, sunflower oil is already used extensively throughout the food and cosmetics industries.
  • Avocado; Pressed from the fruit, avocado oil is a prime source of oleic acid and lutein, a potent antioxidant.
  • Grapeseed; Grapeseed is another carrier oil that's already widely used in food products. It also has a light taste, and won't disrupt CBD's effects.
  • Pomegranate; Pomegranate oil has abundant levels of vitamins A, B, D and E.
  • MCT; The most common source of MCT oil is coconut oil. Also known as medium-chain triglycerides, it's favoured because of its digestibility.

Full Spectrum Cbd Oil Vs Isolate: What Is The Advantage Of Full Spectrum?


CBD is one of dozens of different phytocannabinoids, and that number doesn't include the smaller compounds such as terpenes and flavonoids also found in hemp. While CBD is regarded as the most crucial cannabinoid for well-being, the benefits of adding a full spectrum of compounds should not be overlooked.

When cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids exist together, their respective attributes are enhanced. This phenomenon—known as the entourage effect—can further improve the impact of these phytochemicals on the human body.

Research suggests that full-spectrum CBD oils have a more significant impact than CBD taken in isolation. And, as you increase the dose, the effects of full-spectrum extracts continue to build. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for CBD isolate. Its effects appear to diminish, and "a therapeutic response could only be achieved at a certain concentration".

How Do You Use Cbd Oil?


CBD oil can easily become a part of one's daily routine. The key is finding an administration method that suits your needs and lifestyle.


Sublingual administration allows CBD direct access to the bloodstream thanks to tiny capillaries under the tongue and in the cheek. Several drops of CBD oil should be placed under the tongue and held for 60 seconds. Because the cannabinoid no longer has to contend with the digestive system, effects are more pronounced and have a quicker onset.


Consuming CBD oil orally is simple, with many users choosing to add a few drops to food or drink. You will have to wait for your body to process the CBD oil, but in most cases you'll feel the effects within 40–60 minutes. The main benefit of oral consumption is that the impact of the CBD oil lasts longer.

What Is The Correct Dose Of Cbd Oil?


There is no ideal dose of CBD oil. Many manufacturers publish a recommendation, but these guidelines are merely suggestions. The concentration and frequency of your CBD oil regime is dependent on factors such as:

  • reason for taking CBD oil
  • metabolism
  • body fat (%)
  • concentration of CBD oil

If you're new to CBD oil, you should start with a low dose and only increase the frequency and dose once you’ve given your body a few days to become accustomed to its effects. In most cases, less is often more, so it's beneficial to take your CBD experience at a steady pace.

How Long Do The Effects Of Cbd Oil Last?


Again, the exact duration of CBD oil’s effects varies significantly. Sublingually consumed CBD oil will take effect quickly, but may only last a few hours. It's possible to extend the duration of its impact by consuming CBD oil with food, but there isn't a fixed amount of time its effects will last.

The best approach is to use the recommendations provided by manufacturers as a baseline, and increase or decrease accordingly. Once you are used to the effects of CBD oil, you can tailor how and when you consume it to provide the greatest impact to you.

What Is The Shelf-Life Of Cbd Oil?


CBD oil is a perishable product and will deteriorate over time. That being said, most CBD oils have a best-before date of several months, provided they are stored correctly. Most producers will print specific guidance either directly on the bottle or the CBD oil packaging.

Best Way To Store Cbd Oil

To preserve the integrity of your CBD oil, you should store it in a cool, dark, and dry place. Even though CBD is infused with a carrier oil, it's still susceptible to degradation via direct sunlight or exposure to the atmosphere.

The most straightforward place to store CBD oil is in your refrigerator. The cold temperature will help preserve the active ingredients, but ensure you shake the bottle well before each use to maintain an even consistency.

Does Cbd Oil Have Any Side Effects?


There are several side effects to be aware of when it comes to consuming CBD oil. Fortunately, potential side effects appear mild and dissipate quickly, but researchers have noted that CBD oil may cause the following:

  • a tired feeling
  • dry mouth
  • changes to appetite

What Is An Overdose Of Cbd Oil?


It is also common for individuals to ask whether you can overdose on CBD oil. Thankfully the cannabinoid appears safe, even in large doses. The risk, or lack thereof, from CBD was confirmed by the World Health Organisation (WHO) in 2018. Their comprehensive review took into account all of the available research on CBD and concluded the following:

  • CBD exhibits no effects indicative of any abuse or dependence potential.
  • CBD is generally well tolerated with a good safety profil.
  • To date, there is no evidence of recreational use of CBD or any public health-related problems.

It remains vitally important that you consider all the current research, evidence, and updated medical advice regarding CBD oil before making a purchase. If you are unsure of whether CBD oil is right for you, your doctor will be able to give you case-specific advice.

Cbd Oil: Questions & Answers

💧 What is CBD oil?
CBD is an organic compound found in hemp. To make CBD oil, CBD is carefully isolated from hemp, then added to a carrier oil such as olive or hemp seed oil. According to research, this supplement may have a beneficial impact on our well-being.
❓ Does CBD oil get you high?
CBD oil is almost exclusively made from hemp, a plant naturally high in CBD and extremely low in THC. As CBD oil doesn't contain THC (or contains a negligible amount), it won't get you high.
👅 How to use CBD oil?
There are two major ways to use CBD oil:
  • Sublingual (by adding a few drops under the tongue)
  • Oral (by adding a few drops to food or drink)
☁ Can you vape CBD oil?
Vaping CBD oil is NOT recommended. This is because CBD oil has a crude oil base. When crude oil is vaped, there's a possibility that harmful vapor will be released.
🆚 What is the difference between CBD oil, THC oil, and cannabis oil?
CBD oil is most often derived from hemp, and contains significant amounts of CBD and very little to no THC. Cannabis oil, on the other hand, contains THC, or both THC and CBD, in large quantities. Cannabis oil is also known as THC oil. These products are usually derived from recreational cannabis plants, which means they can induce a high.