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  • Buy CBG Oil 25% (Cannabigerol)
    Buy CBG Oil 25% (Cannabigerol)
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  • Buy CBG Oil 5% - Cannabigerol Oil
    Buy CBG Oil 5% - Cannabigerol Oil
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  • CBD Banana Kush
    CBD Banana Kush
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  • CBD Isolate
    CBD Isolate
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  • CBD Lemon Haze
    CBD Lemon Haze
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  • CBD Oil 25% (Cannabidiol)
    CBD Oil 25% (Cannabidiol)
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CANNABINOID Questions

    WHAT ARE CANNABINOIDS?

    To date over 121 different cannabinoid compounds have been derived from the cannabis plant. Scientific studies first isolated CBD cannabinoid in the 1970s. The majority of cannabinoids are produced and stored by the plant in the glandular trichomes. The trichomes are tiny mushroom-like structures that form on the leaves, stems, and buds of the cannabis or hemp plant. They are hard to see with the naked eye and inspected with a magnifying glass or micrcoscope. The most widely know, and best-studied cannabinoids include tetrahydrocannabinol, cannabidiol, and cannabinol. With worldwide interest, more and more studies are commencing to find out more about these mysterious compounds and how they affect the endocannabinoid system.

    WHAT ARE CANNABINOID PRODUCTS?

    There is a wide range of cannabinoid products on the market. Oils and flowers that contain cannabinoids are currently the most popular type of product in the UK. There are two main categories of cannabidiol products, and these are referred to as "isolated" and "full-spectrum" cannabinoid products. Full-spectrum means that the product contains a vast array of cannabinoid, "isolated" products mean just that, that they contain only one cannabinoid. An example of an isolated cannabinoid product is "CBD isolate powder" this means it contains just CBD and no other cannabinoids. An example of a "full spectrum" product is our CBD oil, which includes not only CBD but also a full spectrum of other legal cannabinoids.

    HOW ARE CANNABINOID PRODUCTS TYPICALLY USED?

    It depends on the type of product you have. Oils are commonly taken sublingually by placing a few drops of oil underneath the tongue. I like the taste of our CBG and CBD oils and look forward to consuming them sublingually as part of my nighttime routine. Some people find the taste of cannabinoids too potent on their taste buds and prefer to mix it with drink or food. Cannabinoids bind with fat particles, so a milky drink or oil food can be an excellent place to start.

    HOW ARE CANNABINOIDS EXTRACTED?

    Cannabinoids can be separated from the cannabis plant by a range of extraction methods. Some extraction methods are more controversial than others and should to be carefully considered by consumers Bud CBD, only supply cannabidiol products that are extracted using supercritical CO2. It's the safest and most efficient method of extraction. The process involves cooling and compressing carbon dioxide under such extreme pressure that it becomes "supercritical," and it turns into liquid.

    Cannabinoid extraction methods: Supercritical solvent extraction with carbon dioxide Hydrocarbon extraction Solvent and alcohol extraction

    Consumers need to be aware of the different dangers connected to some extraction methods. Dangerous toxic residue can remain in the finished cannabindiod product if solvents or butane are used, these residues can cause a significant health risk from consumers.

    What is the Difference Between Cannabinoids

    The cannabinoids are separated into the following subclasses: Cannabigerols (CBG) Cannabichromenes (CBC) Cannabidiol (CBD) Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) Cannabinol (CBN) Cannabinodiol (CBDL) Cannabicyclol (CBL) Cannabielsoin (CBE) Cannabitriol (CBT)

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    • Are all types cannabinoids legal in the UK?

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