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Distributors of full spectrum cannabidiol oils and CBD Buds in the UK
We are CBD Oiled UK formerly Hemphasis. Distributors of full spectrum cannabidiol (CBD) oils and hemp CBD flowers in the UK — completely natural supplements sourced from low THC hemp. We have only the highest quality hemp products available in our online shop. You can incorporate our products into your daily supplement intake to boost the level of cannabinoids in your endocannabinoid system. A healthy endocannabinoid system can help to maintain your wellbeing.
Hemp CBD Oil
CBD oil is an extremely popular natural food supplement containing cannabidiol(CBD). It is 100% legal to purchase and use in the UK, EU, and many other countries around the world.
Our full spectrum CBD (cannabidiol) oil is extracted using a clean C02 extraction process which does not involve the use of chemicals or solvents.
The oil contains over 100 hemp plant (cannabis sativa L) cannabinoids including CBDA, CBG, THCA, and THC. A wide range of aromatic cannabis plant terpenes including linalool, alpha-pinene, myrcene, and d-limonene are also present in the extract.
The CBD rich oil is carefully blended with a carrier oil (hemp oil) to create a natural and easy to use nutritional supplement.
Hemp oil is preferred as a carrier oil due to its nutritional benefits and high concentrations of omega 3, 6, and 9.
Our 10ml bottle of full spectrum 5% CBD oil contains approx 2500mg of cannabinoids and 500mg of cannabidiol.
Hemp-derived CBD oil is 100% legal in the UK, is not psychoactive, and will not make you feel "stoned" or "high".
It has a low THC content of 0.2%, which is one of the reasons for its popularity, as many people prefer not to experience the psychoactive effects associated with cannabis (street weed) and marijuana.
You will not fail a drug test after using hemp CBD and you will still be able to continue with all of your daily activities.
CBD is understood to work in the human body by boosting the human endocannabinoid system (ECS), a biological system of endocannabinoids, cannabinoid receptors and cannabinoid receptor proteins occurring throughout the central nervous system (including the brain).
The endocannabinoid system is thought to be involved with regulating a wide variety of physiological and cognitive functions including pain sensation, inflammation regulation, appetite, immune system functions, arousal, mood, memory, and fertility. Cannabidiol works by mimicking human cannabinoids (neurotransmitters) and therefore directly affecting the CB1 and CB2 receptors located in the brain, connective tissues, glands, spinal cord, and cells associated with the human immune response. The primary high-level function of the ECS is to maintain homeostasis or balance in the body.
There have been many media reports claiming amazing health benefits for CBD. It has been hailed as a cure for a wide array of illnesses including anxiety, depression, cancer, nausea, inflammation, and fibromyalgia. It is worth noting that most of the claims are based on small-scale studies and anecdotal stories from sufferers. Very few large-scale human clinical trials have been undertaken, although a huge amount of medical research is currently being carried out to determine it's potential for the treatment of a wide range of illnesses.
CBD buds are the female flowers of true hemp plants (cannabis sativa L). They are becoming increasingly popular in the UK where they are also known as hemp buds, hemp flowers, and CBD flowers.
CBD rich flowers are produced by cannabis plants that have been grown from seed stock selected to produce hemp strains low in tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and high in CBD. They can also be grown from clones to ensure they are the correct sex (female) and genetically identical to the parent strain. Hemp plants are legal to buy and use in the UK as long as the THC content is less than 0.2%.
Female plants are preferred due to their large cannabinoid-rich buds full of resin-producing trichomes. In addition to CBD, hemp buds are also rich in a wide range of other cannabinoids including THC, CBGA, THCA, and CBDA.
The smell and aroma of CBD buds are due to the natural terpenes present. Cannabis terpenes (essential oils) impart different smells and flavors depending on the concentration of each individual terpene. Cherry diesel, lemon skunk, and amnesia are examples of cannabis strains that have very specific aromas and flavours due to terpenoids.
Nerolidol, linalool, alpha-pinene, and d-limonene are terpenes commonly found in high CBD hemp strains which are responsible for the taste and flavour experience commonly associated with cannabis flowers.
Hemp buds are popular with people who do not want to feel "high" or "stoned". They will not cause hallucinations, anxiety or paranoia and will not cause you to fail a drug test.
Why Full Spectrum Hemp Oil?
Full spectrum hemp and hemp extracts have been used by humans for thousands of years. Whole plant hemp extracts contain a wide range of natural compounds including cannabinoids, flavonoids, terpenes and terpenoids. They are considered by many to be far superior to single compound extracts which usually contain only one active cannabinoid; cannabidiol.
The entourage effect.
Cannabinoids and other plant compounds are believed to interact synergetically to produce an effect known as the "entourage effect". This is thought to produce benefits which are far greater than if the compounds were used in isolation. The mechanism of action of the entourage effect is not fully understood, mainly due to the prohibitive complexities involved in determining the interactions between over 600 active compounds. Here at CBDoiled.com, we strongly believe that nature knows best, so we only stock hemp products that contain the full spectrum of natural compounds.
For most of human existence, hemp has provided food, fuel, clothing and shelter for people all over the world. During the 20th and 21st centuries, however, it has become, according to many governments (primarily under coercion by the US government), a threat so horrible that it should be wiped from the face of the earth.
We know of no species (other than some deadly microbes) that has been afforded the notability of an international effort to exterminate it globally.
While you browse this site consider the ramifications of a government's efforts to eradicate a key environmental species on every continent except Antarctica.
Consider that there is NO EVIDENCE to support any of the government's allegations about the harmful effects of hemp that is not true of potatoes, strawberries, cotton swabs or blue jeans. Each of these (and many other common consumer items) creates more damage than hemp (or "marijuana").
While you consider that, consider also that the species in question is the single living organism that holds the greatest promise for renewable/sustainable food, medicine, nutraceuticals, fuel, clothing and shelter accessible to the widest possible range of people.
Hemp is the most versatile and adaptable crop plant on earth. It also provokes the most amazing politics. Why are politicians opposed to such a marvelous and valuable resource?
CBDoiled.com explores the politics while attempting to quickly and clearly parse the massive amount of information available on the various uses for hemp.
Hemp researchers might want to go directly to our hemp guide, which contains a convenient overview of all hemp and hemp oil related site content.
Every topic we discuss on this site is covered--often much more thoroughly--already on other websites, as well as in published literature. CBDoiled.com provides a lot of links to authoritative websites and literature which can provide you with further information on the topics of hemp and CBD oil. We recommend that you bookmark this site to aid in navigation back here when you've followed a link to another site.
Hemp is an excellent food source. It provides nearly complete nutrition. Hemp seed is a complete source of essential amino acids (EAAs). Hemp seeds and oil provide significantly more of all 8 EFAs (essential fatty acids) than its closest competitors (meat, eggs, tofu), while providing the types and amounts of amino acids the body needs to make serum albumin and serum globulins, two other amino acids essential to life. Hemp protein contains all 20 known amino acids.
Hemp seed has over 30% protein. 65% of the proteins in hemp foods are in the form of globulin edistin (the word edistin comes from the Greek word “edestos,” which means edible). Edistin is considered by many to be the most easily digestible protein.
The other 35% of the protein in hemp is Albumin, another of the most easily digestible proteins. Soy commonly has more protein than hemp, at 35%, but soy protein contains tripsid inhibitors that block proteins absorption, and oligosaccharides, which cause upset stomach and gas. Hemp protein is the most easily digested protein, and has all 10 EAAs, making it the best source for protein on the planet.
Hemp oil and seeds are also a complete source of essential fatty acids (EFAs), with optimal amounts and proportions of Omega-6, Omega-3, and GLA. Hemp seed (30-35% oil) is the highest in total EFAs, at 80-81% of total oil volume, of any food source.
EFAs, by definition, are essential and must be obtained through diet, because the body can’t produce them. EFAs help regulate brain function, the immune system, the endocrine system, aid in digestion, circulation, and practically regulate all systems in the human body. EFAs turn themselves into whatever the body needs to regulate itself chemically. UK and other developed countries have diets that are deficient in EFA. A diet rich in hemp seed would greatly help humans to maintain health and happiness.
The fact is that hemp is the only food source with all 10 EAAs and all 4 EFAs.
Hemp Body Care
Because of hemp oil's high EFA content, especially GLA, it helps skin cells to communicate to rebuild cell membranes, which keeps the skin from getting dry.
Hemp is among the longest, strongest, most elastic, and most durable fibers in nature.
As far as natural fibers go, it yields some of the strongest and most durable fabric, cloth, canvas, cordage, and textiles. It is highly resistant to mildew, rotting, and is very anti-microbial.
Compared to cotton, hemp textiles are stronger, more durable, use one third the amount of water, and require no crop chemicals. Cotton uses 25-30% of the worlds toxic crop chemicals.
Hemp Building Materials
Hemp can make most building materials, including caulking, cement, fiberboard, flooring, insulation, paneling, particleboard, plaster, plywood, stucco, mortar, and biodegradable plastic.
Hemp can also be formed into cement-/concrete-like walls. This material is called hempcrete. Hempcrete is a building material that is formed by combining air-lime based binders with the chopped core of the hemp plant stem. It can be poured into a form almost identical to pouring concrete, or spray applied. Hempcrete homes are lightweight, fire-, water-, earthquake-, and rodent-resistant, have excellent thermal mass and insulation characteristics that allows the homes to breathe, which saves money on heating and cooling costs, has high sound insulation, and good flexibility.
This building technique also sequesters a lot of carbon, reversing the damaging effects of greenhouse gases, providing one of the best value materials for low impact, sustainable and commercially viable construction. The Roman aqueducts were most likely built this way, as were still active bridges in France dating to the sixth century. Homes such as these are being built in the UK and Europe today.
European plants are making auto panels from hemp based composites that are biodegradable, half the weight of, more durable, and safer than fiberglass counterparts.
Most car companies are using 100% hemp car interior panels in all new models.
Henry Ford made a hemp based car in the 1940’s that was more dent-resistant than steel. A sledgehammer blow could not even break the windows of these cars, which were made from hemp.
Ford also ran his cars on hemp oil, which is not surprising as the first diesel engine was designed to be powered by hemp.
Hemp seed oil can be used as fuel to drive cars, heat homes, and power industry. Hemp produces biomass, which can be converted into sulfur-free charcoal for electricity; plus ethanol, methanol and other sources of fuel. Burning biomass for energy, instead of fossil fuels, helps keep the carbon dioxide cycle in balance.
Hemp can produce more biomass per acre than any plant practical for farming in many areas. One acre of hemp has the prospect of producing 10 tons of biomass in a growing season. Hemp energy could make the UK and many other countries less dependent on foreign oil and petroleum imports.
That being said, hemp oil is so valuable for its other uses that it wouldn't make sense for a producer to sell it for biofuel prices; therefore it doesn't present a viable alternative to other biofuels. Hemp oil fetches over £50 per gallon as a food or food additive, and high concentration CBD oil is worth over £10,000 per litre. Fuel has the lowest potential value for the hemp farmer, therefore fuel would be the last industry to develop after all other possible industries have been exhausted.
Hemp Oil Products
CBD oil is the most valuable hemp extract. But it is not the only product that is produced from hemp.
There has been a lot of concern regarding the toxic effects of mineral oil paints and varnishes lately.
Hempseed oil can be made into non-toxic paints, varnishes, lubricants, and sealants.
The paints last longer than other counterparts, and the sealants are better absorbed by wood than other toxic counterparts.
Hemp And The Environment
Hemp farming requires no toxic pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, and no fertilizer if grown in a proper crop rotation.
Hemp roots anchor and aerate soil, reduce erosion, soil loss, and runoff, and also pull metals, toxins, and radioactive material from the soil turning it into organic material.
Hemp is the ultimate green crop. It produces food, fiber, pulp, and cellulose for thousands of industries without any toxic chemicals needed in any of the processing.
Hemp can be used to make paper more durable and more environmentally-friendly than paper made from wood.
The switch to hemp-based paper could reduce deforestation considerably.
Hemp paper doesn't require toxic bleaching chemicals and lasts hundreds of years longer than paper made from trees.
An acre of hemp will produce at least as much paper as an acre of trees, with far less adverse effects to the environment.
Feed And Animal Bedding
Hemp meal provides all the essential protein that livestock requires, yet doesn’t require any antibiotics to digest.
Hemp seed is the preferred seed among songbirds. Birds will pick through other seeds to get at hemp seeds.
Hemp is also an excellent animal bedding for horses and gerbils.
Hemp is among the top cellulose producers of all farmable plants. Hemp hurds and fiber have over 60% cellulose, the building blocks of plastics.
Hemp oil and cellulose offer a safe and natural solution to the problems caused by the production of mineral oil based plastics.
Biodegradable hemp plastics could also reduce landfill waste and display unique strength characteristics.
Hemp has a £500 billion estimated worldwide market, which, when tapped into by farmers would help reduce the corporate takeover of family farms.
Hemp farming could create thousands of new jobs in the transportation, processing, and manufacturing facilities, and would generate millions of dollars for hard-working farmers.
And Primarily, Finally..
There is no good reason not to allow farmers, manufacturers and the rest of us to enjoy the benefits of domestically-produced hemp. The only reasons given for keeping hemp production restricted are lies.
CBD oil has become extremely popular very quickly, and innovative hemp oil products are being created at a fast rate to keep up with demand.
The surge in popularity of all things hemp is powered by intelligent consumers who fully understand that the world needs safe, natural, sustainable remedies for a host of problems.
If the government will lie about a beneficial plant, what will it not lie about?