Frequenty Asked Questions
- What is CBD?
- What are the health benefits of CBD?
- Will CBD products get me high?
- Isn't cannabis illegal in the UK?
- How much CBD can I take per day?
- Can I take CBD with prescription medication?
- I have anxiety/arthritis/chronic pain. Will CBD help me?
- How do I take CBD?
- Is CBD addictive?
- Can CBD make me fail a drug test?
Cannabidiol (CBD) is a naturally occurring compound found in the resinous flower of cannabis.
Although CBD is not a medicine, recent studies have been showing many benefits including pain management, mental health management and much more. Please make sure to consult your doctor before start using CBD
CBD acts in different ways on different receptors in the brain and body. All CBD products should contain 0.2% THC (the compound that gets you high) or less in order to be legal to sell in the UK.
If your cannabis product has an amount higher than 0.2% of THC, then it is indeed illegal to sell in the UK. If it's less than that, which is the case of the CBD products, then it's perfectly legal.
This vary from person to person. Some studies claim that the average person will not metabolise more than 25-35mg of CBD per day, causing any more than that quantity to be expelled by the body without being processed. However, this is not set in stone and you can be sure that any amount that you take is perfectly safe.
If you're taking any medication, we strongly recommend that you see your doctor before start using CBD.
CBD is not intended to be a cure or a medication for any diseases. Even though there are claims by many people about health improvements after using CBD, please be sure to consult your doctor.
CBD presents itself in many different forms nowadays. Paradox CBD offers a wide range of vape e-liquids, creams, balms, edibles, drinks and more. You can choose the product that will best suit your needs. Don't hesitate in contacting us if you are not sure about the best CBD product for you.
So far, there are no indications of any addictive properties of CBD.
It's very unlikely. CBD products made from full spectrum cannabis oils have little to no THC content, meaning that it's not traceable by the majority of drug tests. Products made from isolate have no THC at all.