Full Spectrum CBD Oil tinctures made in the UK with an all natural blend of premium cold pressed CBD and MCT oil 🍃

Easy to use & dose

Simply measure out your CBD dosage with the built-in pipette, then squeeze the oil underneath your tongue for sublingual application.

Hold it there for 90 seconds while the CBD absorbs, then swallow any oil that is left.

A few drops a day should do, but use as and when required depending on your needs!

Made with Full Spectrum CBD

Through a natural extraction process involving low temperatures and intense physical pressure, cannabinoids are obtained without the use of solvents or chemicals.

This Cold-Pressed extraction method preserves the raw and natural properties of the extracted cannabinoids, delivering a truly authentic experience. and innovation.

Delicious Natural Terpenes

Discover a natural blend of premium cold pressed CBD oil from organically grown phytocannabinoid rich, indica leaning CBD flower and nourishing coconut oil.

It contains not only CBD but also high levels of minor cannabinoids, natural terpenes, and flavonoids.

1500mg CBD Full Spectrum Indica Oil (30ml)

Unwind and find tranquility as full spectrum CBD oil soothes your mind and promotes a deep sense of relaxation.

Rediscover your inner balance and feel a renewed sense of vitality with broad spectrum CBD oil, nurturing your overall well-being.

Embrace a brighter outlook on life as full spectrum CBD oil uplifts your mood and encourages a positive mindset, empowering you to tackle each day with optimism.

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About Indica CBD Oil

Our CBD oil is labeled as "Indica" not because it is derived from the Indica strain of cannabis, but rather due to its cannabinoid content and the desired effects it produces. While it's technically accurate that CBD derived from hemp plants doesn't fall into the Indica or Sativa categorization as those terms typically apply to THC-rich cannabis strains, we have chosen to categorize our oil based on the predominant terpenes and cannabinoids present in the product.

The decision to label our CBD oil as "Indica" stems from the specific strains selected for extraction, which possess a profile rich in terpenes and cannabinoids commonly associated with Indica strains. Terpenes and cannabinoids play a significant role in determining the overall effects and characteristics of cannabis products, including CBD oil. By selecting strains with profiles reminiscent of Indica varieties, we aim to provide consumers with an experience that aligns with the relaxation and calming effects often associated with Indica strains.

If you have any further questions or concerns regarding our product and its classification, please don't hesitate to reach out to us. We're dedicated to providing transparent and informative answers to ensure you have the best possible experience with our CBD oil.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is CBD?

CBD, short for cannabidiol, is a naturally occurring compound found in the cannabis plant. Unlike THC, another well-known compound found in cannabis, CBD is non-psychoactive, meaning it won't cause the "high" associated with marijuana use.

CBD is extracted from the hemp plant, a variety of cannabis that contains only trace amounts of THC. It is then processed into various forms, including oils, capsules, edibles, and topicals, which can be used for a wide range of purposes.

CBD interacts with the body's endocannabinoid system, which plays a role in regulating a variety of physiological and cognitive processes, such as pain sensation, mood, and sleep. This interaction can potentially lead to a variety of health benefits, including pain relief, reduced inflammation, improved sleep, and reduced anxiety and depression symptoms.

Is CBD legal?

In most places, including the UK, certain CBD products are completely legal to buy and consume. However, please check local legislation before purchasing or consuming any CBD product.

How can CBD help me?

CBD, or cannabidiol, has been shown to potentially provide a wide range of benefits for various conditions. Some of the most commonly reported benefits of CBD include relief from pain and inflammation, reduction in anxiety and depression symptoms, improvement in sleep quality, and management of epilepsy and seizure disorders.

Additionally, CBD may have neuroprotective properties, meaning it could potentially benefit those with neurodegenerative conditions like Alzheimer's or Parkinson's disease.

However, it's important to note that more research is needed to fully understand the potential benefits and risks of CBD use.

It's always best to consult with a healthcare professional before starting any new supplement or treatment.

Do your products contain THC?

No. All of our products contain >0.2% THC as per UK/EU laws - please contact us to view our COAs for specific products as these vary from batch to batch.

Will CBD get me high?

Our products contain no THC so you will not get high/stoned. Our products do contain CBD, CBG and other legal cannabinoids, but you won't get high or stoned like you would if you smoked regular cannabis.

...however, you can get "high" with the entourage effect.

How much CBD should I take?

There are many different vehicles for consuming CBD such as oils, tablets, capsules, gummies, chocolates, creams and more. Choosing how to take it might seem like the first step, but it might actually be more useful to determine how much you want to take first...

Everyone is different, this means that everyone’s preferred dosage might be slightly different too.

You may need to experiment slightly to find a dosage that works for you but here is some information for you to start with.

We would recommend starting with 10-20mg per day and working your way upwards depending on your needs.

The Food Standards Agency in the UK recommends the maximum daily CBD dosage of 70mg.

Consult a health professional before using CBD if pregnant, breastfeeding or taking other medication. Our edible products are food supplements and should be taken as part of a varied diet and healthy lifestyle.

Cold Pressed Full Spectrum CBD

Cold-pressing, a technique employed since ancient times in the production of olive oil, is now being applied to CBD, resulting in a superior quality product.

In the cold-pressing process, hemp plants are crushed and pressed at low temperatures to extract the oil, which includes CBD, other cannabinoids, terpenes, and essential oils. This technique maintains the integrity of these compounds by preventing their degradation due to heat, as is the case in conventional extraction methods.

Cold-pressed CBD products offer multiple advantages. First, they maintain a chemical profile closer to that of the original plant. Since the process does not involve high heat or solvents, there's minimal alteration to the natural constituents of the plant. This means the CBD retains more of its original properties and effectiveness.

  • The result is a full-spectrum CBD product rich in beneficial cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids, leading to what is known as the "entourage effect," where the combined components work synergistically for enhanced benefit.

  • Secondly, cold-pressed CBD is generally considered safer. Traditional extraction methods often use solvents like butane or ethanol, which can leave traces in the final product. However, cold-pressing eliminates this concern, producing a pure, additive-free CBD oil.

  • Finally, cold-pressed CBD oils have a longer shelf life. The low-temperature extraction process helps maintain the stability of the oil, preserving its properties and quality over a longer period.

These products cater to health-conscious consumers who value natural and minimally processed products. This segment of consumers is growing rapidly and showing a willingness to invest in products that align with their lifestyle and health goals.

The history of cold-pressing dates back to the early civilizations of the Mediterranean, where it was used to extract olive oil. Over centuries, this method has been revered for its ability to produce the highest quality oils.