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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

CBD is legal within the UK, in 2016 UK Laws recognised CBD as a food supplement. After this legislation is created an impulse for it to be legally sold and manufactured for recreational use. Products derived from cannabis and hemp are legal as long as the content of THC is no higher than 0.2%. No one without a license is allowed (nor is it legal) to grow any plant regardless of the cannabinoid content. CBD that is sold as recreational CBD must follow a certain number of rules & regulations. They must all be labelled clearly and cannot in any circumstance advertise that is it "preventing, treating, or curing a human disease".
CBD or Cannabidiol is a substance derived from the cannabis plant. The endocannabinoid system (ECS) is interacted with upon CBD use and this controls everything from mood, hunger, appetite and pain. Many people describe CBD as miracle oil and the health benefits are endless, some of the more popular ones include anxiety relief, reduced stress and improved quality of sleep. CBD is still being researched to find out more as it is very complex.
The extracting of CBD isn't a fast process and entails multiple precision steps to end up with a high quality product. Along with all of this, it is important that all produces are safe and abide all laws, this testing process is not free. If you wish a more in-depth explanation of this then please email enquiries@thecbdwarehouse.co.uk.
Short answer, no. Many workplaces may carry out drug tests and drug tests aren't just for cannabis. These tests will pick up all kinds of drugs and depending on what you have been taken and the frequency, detection of drug use can be possible for weeks after use. We can confidentially say that the products sold by The CBD Warehouse will not show up on the drug tests that your employers may carry out. CBD is a cannabis compound that does not have the effects of being "high" or "stoned". THC is the side of cannabis which gets you "high" or "stoned" and this is what will be picked up in tests. Hemp oil and CBD oil products are all sold with trace amounts of THC and therefore consumers will have no problem passing drug tests.    
The short answer is, no it can't. Most of the time CBD is extracted from the hemp plant which is naturally higher in CBD than THC.  CBD is naturally non-psychoactive, however, you may feel more relaxed.