ULU full-spectrum 20% CBD oil is amongst the best high-strength oils on the UK market. With a guaranteed minimum of 2000mg of cannabidiol per bottle and 6.5mg per drop, this is a high-strength CBD oil. Perfect for busy individuals who never compromise when it comes to their health.
Now for the scientific bit! – This oil offers unrivalled levels of high bioavailability. This increases the speed at which the active cannabinoid ingredients are absorbed into the system to give maximum effects. And our innovative ultrasonic captivation provides unrivalled nanoparticle sizes designed for maximum absorption and also increased benefits.
With this additional 0.75% phytocannabinoid content, our 2000mg cannabidiol oil contains just over 20% Total Cannabinoid Content (GTCC) in every single bottle. A world leading high-strength CBD oil formula designed for broad, everyday use.
- Cannabis Sativa Flower/Leaf/Stem Extract (THC free <0.00%)
- MCT oil (73398-61-5)
how to use
- Hold for 30 seconds to a minute to allow absorption
- If after 2-3 weeks you aren't noticing any benefits, repeat this process before you go to bed
- Please dose responsibly
- Start your day with 2-3 drops under the tongue
- Try using a few drops in food and drink!
What is CBD?
CBD is the term used for cannabidiol, a naturally occurring chemical compound (also known as a cannabinoid) found in cannabis plants. Many cannabinoids are found in these plants, such as THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), CBG (cannabigerol), and CBN (cannabinol). However, CBD has become particularly popular for its use in various natural supplements.
While CBD is a product of these plants, you’ll usually find it extracted from hemp plants and used in products such as oils, topicals, edibles, and more.
Is CBD the same as marijuana?
There’s a lot of confusion when it comes to CBD and marijuana, especially as the two are closely related. CBD is one of over a hundred cannabinoids which can be found in cannabis plants, including marijuana plants. However, whereas marijuana is mostly known for its psychoactive effects, CBD produces none of these.
It’s the THC in marijuana that makes users high when they consume the plant. CBD, on the other hand, is non-psychoactive and does not make users high. While many marijuana strains contain CBD, CBD products are usually extracted from hemp plants which contain high levels of CBD with low levels of THC. Legal, hemp-based products contain less than 0.2% THC, meaning they won’t give you any of the effects you’d generally expect from marijuana. ULU is entirely free of THC – having less than 0.0005%.
How should you use CBD?
There are various methods of CBD consumption to use safely and effectively. Each of these has its advantages and some are better for certain purposes. You can choose to use it whichever way you like and may even want to test out multiple methods to see which is best for you.
CBD oil tincture is the most common method of use, especially as it’s quick, easy, and discreet. Each bottle of CBD oil tincture comes with a dropper, which you use to measure out your dosage and apply it under your tongue. Hold it under your tongue for around a minute or two and your body will absorb the cannabidiol into your system. You can also add CBD oil to foods and drinks, although taking it sublingually (under the tongue) acts on your body much faster.
How much CBD should you use?
Usually, a daily dose of 15-25mg of CBD is recommended if you just want to use it as a casual daily supplement. This is enough for most people to get a healthy daily serving, and some studies even suggest that 25mg of CBD can help with certain issues.
However, you can always experiment with your dosage and take as much as you feel you need.
The proposed regulations for future Novel foods and use of CBD will advise daily dosages up to 70mg are safe and have not shown detrimental health issues with animal studies.
Is CBD addictive?
People may also worry about whether CBD has any addictive qualities. However, CBD is safe to use without any risk of addiction. CBD has no physically addictive qualities, meaning you can use as much as you want, as regularly as you want, without worrying about becoming addicted.
When you stop taking CBD, you won’t experience any withdrawal effects, even if you’ve been taking it for a long time. Along with the lack of harmful effects, this makes CBD a very risk-free natural supplement.
What are the side effects of CBD?
Just as with any kind of supplement, users may worry about the potential drawbacks and side effects of CBD. However, unlike substances such as THC, CBD is very safe to use with no risk at all of harm to your health. Studies have found that the vast majority of humans can use CBD without any side effects, although some very minor side effects are occasionally reported, such as diarrhoea and changes in appetite. One side effect can be a change in mood – often for the better!
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 1-2 working days. All our products are sent free Royal Mail 48 Hours delivery. An optional shipping option of Royal Mail 24 Hours 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.