CBD information

Frequently Asked Questions:

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Is CBD Legal?

Yes, CBD is legal in the UK. It is legal to use and legal to sell, however companies cannot make claims about the medicinal benefits of CBD.

So long as the CBD is sold as a nutritional food supplement, and no medical claims are made about it, then it is perfectly legal to buy, possess and trade in the UK.

Food supplements in the UK have to abide by certain rules and regulations. Products must be clearly labeled and cannot be presented or advertised as ‘preventing, treating or curing a human disease’ The Food Supplements (England) Regulations 2003

That is why you will never read a web page, blog or social media post from MyPureCBD telling you about any of the incredible health benefits of CBD – we are bound by law. We simply supply the product. We cannot advise you on doses for different ailments.

We simply supply the product, it is down to the customer (you) to decide what is the best solution for your own body.

We highly recommend that anyone using CBD does their own research.

There are many studies and papers freely available online to read, all of which present the case for CBD.

New studies are continually being published from around the globe.

The second big reason we do not make any claims about our product is that everyone is different.

What works for one person may show no difference in someone else.

As with any new food supplement that you may wish to try, if you are using a supplement for the first time, start with a low dosage, monitor and increase as you feel is right for you.

Does CBD make you high?

No.

CBD is just one of the compounds found in both cannabis and hemp plants. THC is another, and THC is the psychoactive substance that can give you the feeling of being high. Although THC is present in the hemp that we use, it is present in very, very small quantities – not enough to give you a high.

Our products are made from EU certified hemp, which has a maximum THC content of 0.02%.

What is CBD used for?

Users around the globe are using CBD for a wide variety of ailments. We recommend doing your own research to find out what might suit your needs.

How much should I take?

In line with the information listed above, we cannot advise how much CBD you should or should not take.

As with any new food supplement that you may wish to try, if you are using a supplement for the first time, start with a low dosage, monitor and increase as you feel is right for you.

If you feel it is necessary, consult your doctor.

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