Frequently Asked Questions


How is CBD taken?

Our water soluble CBD bottles come with a dropper top – ensuring evenly sized single drops of oil can be dispensed. This gives you full control over the quantity you wish to use and allows mess free, waste free placement of your oil. The easiest way to include CBD Garden oil into your daily diet is by simply adding a drop to your favourite drink or snack. If you are not keen on the mild taste, try dropping into yoghurt, honey or coffee.

Can I take CBD with my other medicines?

At CBD Garden we believe its always best to consult your own GP or healthcare provider before taking any new supplement or medicine, this way they can ensure its right for you and evaluate your personal requirements accordingly.

Is CBD legal?

CBD is 100% legal as a food supplement in the UK. The illegal part of marijuana is called THC. All of our oil is produced using strains rich in CBD and low in THC. Every batch of our oil is produced, tested and certified in the UK to ensure your safety and our quality.

Will CBD make me 'high'?

No. CBD will not make you feel ‘high’ as it contains no THC. Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of the dozens of non-psychoactive cannabinoids found in cannabis and hemp plants, making it legal and safe for the whole family. Research shows that cannabinoid such as THC attach themselves to the cannabinoid receptors, whereas CBD simply encourages the body to use it’s own cannabinoids. This simply put, keeps information between receptors flowing, ensuring a healthy endocannabinoid system.

Is CBD tested?

All of our CBD oil is UK tested and approved. Each batch is certified to ensure your safety and our quality every time you use our CBD Garden oil.

You can view an example of one our batch certificate’s here:

CBD is a cannabinoid

CBD is a cannabinoid

CBD and other cannabinoids are naturally occurring compounds that seem to display potent anti-inflammatory and pain relieving properties.

The human body produces cannabinoids naturally

The human body produces cannabinoids naturally

it uses them to send messages around the body to different cannabinoid receptors. These receptors are part of the endocannabinoid system (E.C.S).

There are two types of cannabinoid receptors, known as CB1 and CB2

There are two types of cannabinoid receptors, known as CB1 and CB2

CB1 receptors are present throughout the body but found mainly in the brain. CB1 receptors deal with our coordination, emotions, mood and appetite.

CB2 receptors are more common in the immune system. CB2 receptors deal with pain and inflammation.


Our oil

Our oil

Our oil works by reaching out to the CB2 receptors we have naturally already in our bodies; CBD does not affect your brain or make you high. As more research is being done, scientists are seeing the beneficial properties of CBD and acknowledging its safety for use.