CBD Skin & Topical

Give your body some TLC with CBD - from tingling balms to soothing creams, apply to your dry skin or massage into your achy muscles and get ready to feel the magic. Read More See less

There are many skin and muscle conditions that benefit from anti-inflammatory agents, but some people experience undesired effects. So, why not try CBD-rich skincare and topicals as a refreshing alternative and see if they work for you - you might be surprised at the results.


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Frequently Asked Questions

What does CBD stand for?

CBD stands for cannabidiol, a substance which comes from the cannabis plant and is used in food supplements.


Unlike other parts of the cannabis plant (particularly THC), CBD doesn’t have psychoactive properties, which means that it won’t get you high if you take it.


CBD oil is available in lots of different products, including sprays, capsules, and oil droppers, and is made in different strengths so you can determine which dose is right for you over time.

Is CBD legal in the UK?

The short answer is yes – mostly. CBD is legal within the UK as long as it contains no more than 0.2% THC. As most CBD products are made from industrial hemp, the THC content is naturally quite low anyway, and further steps are often taken to ensure that it is as low as possible before being made into various products for public sale. All of Cannaco’s CBD mist sprays and oil drops contain 0% THC, so you can be absolutely sure that they’re perfectly legal to possess and use within the UK. CBD is not a controlled substance within the UK as long as it adheres to the strict rules. However, THC is, which is what may cause some confusion about the legality of cannabidiol products, as both cannabinoids come from the same family of plants. THC is a cannabinoid that has mind-altering properties, but CBD doesn’t, meaning that it doesn’t have the same effect on your brain or body when you ingest it. Because of this, and the alleged therapeutic benefits of cannabidiol, CBD is legal to use in the UK in various products, as long as it contains less than 0.2% THC. In addition to this, unless CBD is being used in a medical setting, products containing the cannabinoid shouldn’t claim to be treatments or medications, as they are not licenced for these purposes. However, many people do find that they feel some benefit to using CBD in their daily life, but more scientific and medical research is needed before it can be considered as a treatment for any condition or ailment.

Is CBD safe?

Yes, CBD is safe. The World Health Organisation’s report on CBD stated it is ‘well tolerated with a good safety profile’.


Do always make sure to buy your CBD from a reputable brand, like Cannaray, to make sure you’re getting high-quality supplements.

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What is CBD?

CBD is one of the many naturally-occurring compounds that are specific to the cannabis family of plants. It’s perhaps the second most well-known after THC. CBD is an acronym for the compound’s full name – cannabidiol. Cannabidiol products have become popular in the UK over the last few years since products containing the cannabinoid started to appear on high street shelves. Since then, the potential for CBD products has evolved, as has the quality of them. Cannabidiol isn’t the same as medical marijuana, as the CBD products that you can buy online and in high street stores aren’t actually medicines, as they aren’t licenced to treat any condition or ailment. However, anecdotal advice and some preliminary studies suggest that it may have certain benefits, but much more research is needed before any claims can be made about how CBD may be able to help you.
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