What is CBD


How to Use CBD Oil

Using CBD oil will vary depending on your purpose for taking it. CBD for pain and soreness will require applying a topical cream to the problem area and rubbing it into the skin. In contrast, CBD for sleep requires taking a tincture or softgel 30 minutes before going to bed. The most common and easy way to use CBD oil is with tinctures, which is the optimal application for how to use CBD oil for anxiety and stress:

  • Squeeze dropper to fill with oil; a dropper will fill halfway, which is considered one full serving.
  • Squeeze oil under your tongue and hold it for 30 to 60 seconds for absorption and then swallow.
  • Increase your amount or concentration gradually as needed.
  • Store at room temperature out of direct sunlight.

It is essential to remember that consistency is vital to receive the most benefits from CBD oil. It’s best to continue taking CBD for at least 30 days to achieve optimum results; but this is just the beginning – find a regimen, product, and concentration that works best for your everyday routine. When determining how to take CBD oil, there are several factors that need to be considered.



  1. Full Spectrum
  2. Broad spectrum
  3. Isolate   


1. What is Full-Spectrum CBD?

If an extract is full-spectrum, this means it contains all phytochemicals naturally found in the plant, including CBD, trace cannabinoids, terpenes, aessential oils.and  omega-3,6 fatty acids, Full-spectrum extracts from hemp also come with a contains less than 

THC content below 0.2%

The full spectrum of the active compounds extracted from hemp work together to amplify the health benefits of each individual cannabinoid. This is referred to as the entourage effect

2. What is Broad Spectrum CBD?

Broad-spectrum CBD contains cannabidiol and all the other compounds within the plant, WITH OUT THC, which is completely removed after the initial extraction.

Because broad-spectrum extracts contain multiple cannabinoids, they also produce the “entourage effect,” but without the THC.

In a very simplified manner, broad-spectrum CBD is like a mix between                 Full-spectrum CBD and CBD isolate. It contains the entire spectrum of cannabinoids EXCEPT for the THC part.


3. What is CBD Isolate?

CBD isolate is the purest form of the CANNABINOID  compound, made by pulling it from its natural environment and removing it from all other ingredients Leaving it 99% pure CBD Isolates There’s no entourage effect, though — you can benefit solely from the effects of Pure CBD cannabidiol With no THC 


Full Spectrum CBD: Pros & Cons

Pros Cons
  • Allows the user to benefit from the entourage effect
  • The least processed form of CBD
  • Contains terpenes and flavonoids for additional health benefits
  • May show up on a drug screening
  • THC content may cause problems 0.2%
  • Carries the natural flavor and aroma of hemp, which is pretty strong


Full-Spectrum is Best For:

  • CBD users who want to benefit from the trace amounts of THC in their extracts
  • Individuals with more severe symptoms that CBD isolate and broad-spectrum products fail to help with
  • Chronic pain

Broad Spectrum CBD: Pros & Cons

Pros Cons
  • Offers the full benefits of the entourage effect
  • Less processed than isolate
  • No risk of psychoactive effects
  • Less researched
  • Less available than full-spectrum or isolates
  • May carry a strong, natural hemp flavor


Broad Spectrum Works is Best for:

  • CBD users with conditions that the isolate alone can’t help with
  • Individuals sensitive to THC
  • Individuals living in places with harsh THC regulations
  • First-time CBD users afraid of THC

CBD Isolate: Pros & Cons

Pros Cons
  • The most concentrated form of CBD
  • No risk of getting high
  • Highly versatile
  • Safe for all types of CBD users
  • Odorless and flavorless
  • You can pass a drug test with CBD isolate
  • Doesn’t offer all the benefits of the entourage effect


CBD Isolate is Best for:

  • CBD users who were recommended to take very high doses of CBD
  • Individuals sensitive to THC or other cannabinoids
  • Individuals afraid of failing a drug test
  • CBD users who prefer flavorless products
  • People living in states with harsh THC laws
  • New CBD users afraid of other cannabinoids



Within the EU you will not have a problem travelling with CBDHS products as they do not contain more than 0.2% THC. If travelling outside the EU check with your travel agents or airline.


CBD does not have a specific dosage amount. There isn’t a one size fits all with CBD, and it is best to start small and increase gradually.


The Entourage Effect Explained

Despite the complicated name, the entourage effect is fairly easy to understand. It refers to the synergy achieved by all the components in cannabis. These components work together to enhance the potential benefits of the plant. Each compound can amplify the therapeutic properties of the others while mitigating their potential side effects 

The additional cannabinoids in full-spectrum extracts include:

  • Cannabinol (CBN)
  • Cannabichromene (CBC)
  • Cannabigerol (CBG)
  • Cannabidiol acid (CBDA)
  • Cannabidivarin (CBDV)
  • Cannabichromenic (CBCA)
  • Cannabidivarinic (CBDVA)
  • Tetrahydrocannabinolic (THCA)
  • Cannabigerol (CBGA)
  • Cannabidivarin (CBDVA)
  • Cannabidiol (CBD)
  • Tetrahydrocannabivarin (THCA)
  • Tetrahydrocannabinol (THCΔ⁹)

The endocannabinoid system (ECS) is the most widespread system in the human body containing CB1 and CB2 receptors spread throughout our organs and organ systems. The ECS is a vital and important component of the central nervous system that plays a role in everything from cognitive processes and pain sensation to appetite regulation and physical activity.

CB1 receptors are found in the brain, mostly on the basal ganglia and limbic system. They help to influence memory, mood, fear, movement, and pain. They’re also found in the lungs, liver and reproductive glands.

CB2 receptors are found on immune cells as well as the spleen and they help to regulate immunity.

At CBDHS we believe that by introducing cannabinoids to  part of your daily diet will provide with you a range of different health benefits.


Benefits and Uses of CBD 

1. CBD Could Help Reduce (Chronic) Inflammation 
2. CBD Could Help with Pain Relief
3. CBD Could Help with Arthritis
4. CBD Could Help with Inflammatory Bowel Disease
5. CBD Could Help with Anxiety Relief
6. CBD Could Help with Depression 
7. CBD Could Help with Addictions: Nicotine, Alcohol and Addictive Behaviors in General 
8. CBD Could Help with Insomnia
9. CBD Could Help with Epilepsy / Seizures
10. CBD Could Help with Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
11. CBD Could Help Improve Well-Being and Quality of Life 
12. CBD Could Help Cancer
13. CBD Could Help with Appetite Suppression
14. CBD Could Help with Glaucoma

What are CBD oil laws?

Regarding the law, CBD oil products from hemp containing less than 0.2% are legal to purchase, sell, and consume throughout the uk