INSPIRE | 6000mg Premium High Strength CBD Oil Drops
While CBD is now being researched as a remedy for a variety of ailments, past research has been limited, and additional human research is needed to back up CBD proponents' claims.
All of the buzz surrounding CBD studies and personal user experiences, on the other hand, indicates to a wide spectrum of possible advantages, ranging from potential benefits for treating chronic illness to supplementing general health and well-being.
To allow optimal absorption into the bloodstream, squeeze desired dose underneath your tongue and wait 30 to 60 seconds before ingesting.
CBD taken under the tongue is swiftly absorbed into the bloodstream by the sublingual gland, and effects can be felt in as little as 20 minutes.
To learn more about bioavailability of different intake methods, visit our blog: “CBD and Bioavailability – What is it and Why does it matters”?
The cannabidiol content of any CBD oil determines its potency, which has nothing to do with the CBD product's type.
If you have a 30ml bottle of CBD oil drop tincture with 3000mg of CBD on the label and a 30ml bottle of Amphora's Premium CBD oil drop tincture with 6000mg of CBD, for example. Amphora's Premium bottle is twice as strong as the later, lesser bottle in this example.
Yes! CBD is "well-tolerated and safe for human ingestion," according to a World Health Organization, and it has not been found to be addictive to humans.
Certain scientific investigations imply that higher doses of CBD may have an effect on the liver, however, there have been few investigations on CBD’s negative effects. As a precaution, the Food Standards Agency (FSA) recommends a maximum daily intake of 70mg CBD for healthy adults, except when under the supervision of a health practitioner.
CBD products, such as CBD oil, are permitted in the United Kingdom if the THC content is less than 0.2 percent. The Misuse of Drugs Act of 1971 still lists THC as a controlled substance.
Learn more here: “Is CBD Legal in the UK”?
CBD is not psychotropic and does not produce the "high" sensation commonly associated with marijuana. Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), one of the plant's other 100 cannabinoids, is responsible for the "high" sensation associated with cannabis.
CBD is produced from cannabis and hemp at Infused Amphora in the form of isolation or distillate.
- The extraction process for distillate leaves only trace amounts of THC behind. Anything with <0.2% THC are legal for sale in the UK.
- Whereas the extraction process for isolate completely strips away all the other phytocannabinoids, including THC, and any plant matter, leaving 99% pure CBD