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CBD Oils and Tinctures

A common way to take CBD is by using an oil which you can take orally or drizzle them over food or add to smoothies or juices.

Unlike oils, the CBD in Tinctures is dissolved in alcohol, and is usually taken by dissolving beneath the tongue.

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CBD Capsules

If you don’t like oil but want to take a daily does of CBD, then capsules are a great alternative.

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CBD Edibles

Edibles like Gummies and chocolate fall into the the CBD ‘edibles’ category and are a popular choice if you’re trying CBD for the first time or you want something you can take on the go.

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CBD Topicals

Whilst CBD creams, lotions, and balms are obviosuly not ingested, they are becoming more popular for use in skin care or as relief for tired muscles post sports activity.

E-Liquid

CBD E-Liquids

With e-cigarettes becoming increasingly popular e-liquids are also starting appear infused with CBD.

CBD Flowers

As long as they are from EU approved Hemp strains and contain less than 0.2% THC, CBD flowers or buds are legal in the UK. Use them in a dry herb vaporiser or to sprinkle into your cooking.

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CBD Patches

If you want to use a CBD infused product but don’t like the idea of ingesting it then patches could work well for you. Just apply to the skin for a slow release into the body.