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This New CBD Broad Spectrum Oil from ULU is the first of it's kind from the ULU range. Our Broad spectrum CBD oil contains CBD that has not been isolated completely, so there are trace elements of other beneficial cannabinoids (CBDa, CBG) still present though in small quantities and is almost tasteless.
The naturally occurring compounds from the cannabis plant can have beneficial qualities so are a great choice for those looking for a CBD product that ticks all the boxes and offers improvements for both mind and body.
What is broad spectrum CBD ?
Broad spectrum products contain CBD that has not been isolated completely, so there are trace elements of other beneficial cannabinoids (CBDa, CBG) still present though in small quantities and is almost tasteless.
How do you choose your dose?
That’s down to individual preference. But the amount of CBD you should take also depends on factors, including the concentration of CBD in each product, your body weight, and the condition you’re treating. Check with your doctor as well if you’re already taking prescription medication, as some contains CBD already (especially some seizure medications). Generally, it’s best to start with a smaller dosage and gradually increase it. This could mean starting with 15 to 30 mg a day. After a week, increase this amount by 5 mg. Continue this until you feel it’s effectively treating your symptoms. But another factor to bear in mind is the concentration of your CBD product: broad spectrum, full spectrum or isolate?
Who is using CBD?
Two new surveys conducted in May and June 2019 by Dynata and YouGov indicates that between 8 – 11% of UK adults respectively – approximately 4-6 million people – have tried CBD. The CBD consumer base is broad – and there is familiarity and recent use among a sizeable proportion of all age groups and social classes.
Those who had consumed cannabis to help alleviate symptoms of any kind were significantly more likely than the group as a whole to have used CBD products in the last year – almost six times more likely. Overall, 7% of the population have used cannabis for medicinal purposes in the past year, rising to 41% among those who have used CBD in the past year. And support for legalisation of cannabis increases from 47% among the total population to 75% among past year CBD users.
Can you overdose on CBD?
There’s no risk of overdose on CBD. Whereas some substances, including some medications, can cause overdoses, and THC (absent in ULU products) can cause extreme discomfort when used in high amounts, it’s entirely safe to use any amount of CBD without worrying about overdosing.
Many studies have even shown that high doses of CBD can be taken without any harmful effects. For instance, a study on using CBD for social anxiety issued subjects with a dose of 600mg of CBD, resulting in no side effects. So you can even take high doses daily without any issue. But there’s no need to.
- Our standard delivery option takes 2 -3 working days. All our products are sent Royal Mail 48 Packet , or for orders over £40 for free using RM24 Tracked. An optional rapid shipping option of DPD is available at checkout at an additional cost.
Once an order has been dispatched you may return the goods within 30 days of receipt. All returned items must be in be in new and unused condition, with original seals intact and original tags and labels attached. If the product has been used or opened we cannot accept a return due to the risk of contamination.