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Cannabis is the general term for the substance you’d smoke, AKA pot or weed, but it’s also the name of a family of plants that includes both hemp and marijuana. Both contain CBD and THC in varying amounts.
If you’d rather not take your chances with THC, go for CBD gummies that are “broad-spectrum”, or those made with CBD isolate. Here’s what that means…
Doesn’t THC get you stoned?
The only way to be sure that you’re getting legally complaint CBD gummies is to buy from a brand that publishes their independent, third-party lab reports (like ZenBears!).
When you consume external cannabinoids — from CBD gummies for example – they act on your ECS in a similar way to your own endocannabinoids. Each cannabinoid behaves in its own unique way in the body, which brings us to the next point…
THC will get you stoned – if you take enough. That’s because THC has a “psychoactive” effect on the brain. CBD behaves completely differently. It’s not a psychoactive, so matter how much CBD you take, it simply isn’t capable of getting you high.
CBD gummies, as mentioned at the beginning of this blog, are popular thanks to the variety of options available: their appealing names, flavours, and colours.
Update: 13 th February 2020. The UK Food Standards Agency released new guidance on the legality of CBD products requiring all products on the market to submit a Novel Foods application by 31 st March 2021 in order for them to remain legal.
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Curious About CBD Laws? Learn More: Is It Legal To Grow CBD (Hemp) Plants In The UK?
It is currently not legal for there to be more than 1mg THC per packet of gummies sold in the UK or 0.01% THC.
As you may already know, there are some rules and regulations which CBD must comply with when sold in the UK. These regulations include making sure the CBD had less than 0.2% THC content, and CBD gummies are no exception to this rule.
As of November 1st, 2018, CBD is a legal substance in the UK. Therefore, all products which contain CBD are also legal – including CBD gummies.