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  • What is CBD?

    Cannabidiol also known as CBD is a non-intoxicating & non-psychoactive phytocannabinoid found in the Cannabis Sativa plant.

    There are over 111+ cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant and CBD is one of the two most abundant naturally occurring cannabinoids found. The other most abundant cannabinoid is the more widely known THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol).

    The properties of these two cannabinoids differ in the way that THC is the cannabinoid that is responsible for the intoxicating and psychoactive effects that a user experiences when administering marijuana (cannabis), known as getting stoned or high. Whereas CBD is not psychoactive and produces no 'high'.

    CBD has been vastly researched and well documented and thoug...
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  • Is CBD Legal?

    In short, Yes. CBD (Cannabidiol) in its raw form is completely legal to buy, supply and possess in the UK. 
    When focusing on CBD products though, it’s important to consider if they contain THC. THC is the compound in cannabis that is responsible for causing the high, and THC is illegal. Therefore, though CBD is completely legal there are strict restrictions over its THC content. Currently, CBD oil in the UK can only have a maximum THC content of 0.2%. Any CBD oil with a higher THC content remains to be illegal and use is prohibited.
    All Mary Jane Labs products are legal and comply with UK laws and legislation.
    Our CBD Lab Analysis results can be found here.


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  • Will I get stoned or high taking CBD?

    No. Unlike THC, CBD is non-psychoactive cannabinoid. You will not become 'stoned' or intoxicated taking it.


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  • Will taking CBD help with my illness or ailments?

    It is important to note our products are sold as dietary supplements only and not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any illness or disease. 
    Due to UK and EU law all CBD suppliers must sell CBD as a food/dietary supplement only and therefore we cannot make any medical claims. 
    However, doing a quick google search will result in a broad stream of research, documentation and reviews from other users from around the globe.


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  • Will I fail a drug test if I take CBD?

    There is no answer for this question.

  • Is CBD addictive?

    No, CBD is not addictive.

    The World Health Organisations Expert Committee on Drug Dependence stated in a review that In experimental models of abuse liability, CBD appears to have little effect on conditioned place preference or intracranial self-stimulation.

    In humans, CBD exhibits no effects indicative of any abuse or dependence potential. 

    To date, there is no evidence of recreational use of CBD or any public health-related problems associated with the use of pure CBD.


    The full review is available to read here


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  • What is the recommended dosage of CBD?

    As a food supplement, the maximum adult daily dose allowance is 200mg. CBD can be used at higher doses only under the supervision of your GP or healthcare practitioner.

    If you’re starting with CBD, try starting by taking 10mg twice per day and, after a week, doubling that dose to 20mg twice per day. Listen to your body and increase the dose accordingly without exceeding the 200mg daily amount. You may take the oil 3-4 times per day if needed. Once you feel the benefits, it’ll be easy for you to judge which is the best dose for you. If in doubt, consult with a healthcare practitioner.

    Every individual is different and will respond differently to CBD, we advise to start small and work your way up until you find your sweet spot where you feel the benefits.


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  • Can children take CBD?

    There is no answer for this question.

  • Will CBD interact with other medication?

    There is no answer for this question.

  • Is CBD Safe?

    The World Health Organisations Expert Committee on Drug Dependence stated in a review that; 'In experimental models of abuse liability, CBD appears to have little effect on conditioned place preference or intracranial self-stimulation. In humans, CBD exhibits no effects indicative of any abuse or dependence potential. 
    CBD is generally well tolerated with a good safety profile. Reported adverse effects may be as a result of drug-drug interactions between CBD and patients’ existing medications. 
    Several countries have modified their national controls to accommodate CBD as a medicinal product. 
    To date, there is no evidence of recreational use of CBD or any public health-related problems associated with the use of pure CBD.' Read more

  • What are the benefits of CBD?

    It is important to note our products are sold as dietary supplements only and not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any illness or disease. 
    Due to UK and EU law all CBD suppliers must sell CBD as a food/dietary supplement only and therefore we cannot make any medical claims. 
    However, doing a quick google search will result in a broad stream of research, documentation and reviews from other users from around the globe.


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