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High in essential fatty acids, Omega 6 and Omega 3 its a good source of tocopherols or Vitamin E antioxidants. Hemp Oil can be used to treat a range of painful ailments.

Provided the items are in stock, Standard Delivery to mainland UK is 3-5 working days and costs £4.99. Next Day Express Delivery to mainland UK is £3 more at £7.99 (In stock orders will be despatched same day if ordered before 3pm on a working day).

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Take 2 or 3 drops twice per day. Do not exceed recommended daily dose. 100% Legal. Produced in the EU affected area. Non-Physioactive.

Academic institutions are studying in depth this amazing plant and the possible benefits for a wide range of conditions.

Its packed full of minerals such as potassium, magnesium, iron, zinc, calcium and phosphorus, plus micro elements like strontium, thorium, and chromium.

Use as a dietary supplement as part of a healthy diet and lifestyle, it should not be used a substitute for a varied diet.

Recommended daily dose: 1-2 times a day. Half a dropper under the tongue for 30 seconds then swallow or to be used topically on the skin.

Ingredients: Cannabis Sativa (Hemp Seed Oil), CBD Isolate

Use within 12 months of opening.

Keep out of reach of children. Do not use during pregnancy or breastfeeding.

Our CBD Miracle Drops can be used topically on the skin or areas of pain/discomfort or take sublingually (orally).

Do not exceed more than 20 drops in 24 hours.

CBD is a natural compound called a cannabinoid found in hemp and marijuana, two varieties of the Cannabis sativa plant. Cannabinoids influence signaling pathways between cells (basically how cells talk to each other), potentially impacting multiple systems in your body. However, unlike its chemical cousin THC (which is only in marijuana), CBD does not have psychoactive effects, meaning it won't get you stoned. "In fact, our bodies naturally churn out chemicals that are very similar to CBD," says Debbie Petitpain, M.S., R.D.N., spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.

The exception to this: "There is one prescription product that's achieved FDA approval for treating seizures in children with a rare form of epilepsy," says Edward Mariano, M.D., M.A.S., a professor of anesthesiology, perioperative and pain medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine. There's also a CBD/THC combo drug called Sativex that shows promise at alleviating cancer pain that is chugging along through phase 3 clinical trials, on track to be approved by the FDA. 

What is CBD?

Most of the studies showing promise have been conducted with mice. A report in the European Journal of Pain showed that topical CBD diminished pain and inflammation associated with arthritis in rodents. And rats that were given CBD for seven days displayed fewer signs of pain and anxiety, according to a 2010 study in the journal Pain. Another report—this one a review of research in the journal Neuropsychopharmacology Reviews—boldly stated that there's "an overwhelming body of convincing preclinical evidence" (preclinical meaning not tested in humans) that indicates cannabinoids can block inflammatory and nerve-based pain. But according to Petitpain, "We need more clinical research to really show who benefits, and at what dose."

Google "CBD oil" and you'll find pages and pages of articles, ads and studies. Makers claim the popular hemp extract-sold online and available in many states in health and natural food stores-may help treat a long list of health problems, from acne to anxiety, chronic pain to cancer. But is it safe, and does it work? Here's a quick guide to what you need to know.

"There may be some benefit for those with sleep problems, anxiety or pain, but the evidence to support this is largely anecdotal," says Brent A. Bauer, M.D., director of research for the Integrative Medicine and Health Program at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Currently, there's a lack of high-quality studies in humans about CBD's efficacy. That's because prior to the 2018 Farm Bill, which made CBD derived from hemp federally legal, hemp was highly restricted. "This made it very difficult for medical centers to obtain products to test in clinical trials," says Bauer. "Basically, obtaining CBD required a lot of red tape, which discouraged research."