The body's endocannabinoid system (ECS), a network of cell signals controlling various cognitive and physiological functions, including mood, hunger, sleep, and pain, is influenced by CBD and several other cannabinoids, such as CBG, CBN and even THC.

The body naturally produces endocannabinoids, cannabinoid receptors, and enzymes are the three main building blocks of the ECS. Endocannabinoids are chemical messengers that attach to cannabinoid receptors and alert the ECS to bodily imbalances, such as pain or inflammation. Enzymes then intervene and break them down after they have delivered the message.

By taking CBD, you are helping to regulate and boost your natural endocannabinoid system, which in turn helps relieve a wide range of symptoms by bringing your body back into balance; we recommend taking Full Spectrum CBD Oil to unlock the full benefits of the hemp plant and all the important cannabinoids; there are more than 100 cannabinoids, with newer research suggesting up to 300 cannabinoids which all play a vital role in regulating your body and mind.

CBD is a natural compound that affects everyone differently. While side effects have been reported in rare cases, these are typically mild and often caused by using low quality products or exceeding the recommended dosage.

Uncommon side effects of CBD can include:

  • dry mouth
  • reduced blood pressure
  • lightheadedness
  • changes in appetite

In addition, CBD oil should not be used during pregnancy and breastfeeding to avoid any potential risks to the baby's development.

No. CBD cannot make you high as it is 100% non-intoxicating. The cannabinoid THC is responsible for the “high” associated with cannabis, however, it is filtered out during our complex purification process for our THC-Free products, and our Full Spectrum products have no more than 0.2% THC which is in line with legal regulations around the world.

Some mild effects of CBD is that it can reduce your heart rate slightly as it brings your body into a relaxed state. It can also reduce blood pressure and therefore, if you suffer from high blood pressure you may feel lightheaded or dizzy, we recommend reducing your dosage if you experience these side effects and speaking with a doctor if the side effects continue for prolonged periods.

CBD may be ingested or applied topically, which are the two primary methods. Oils, capsules, and snacks containing oral CBD are absorbed into the bloodstream and have a widespread effect on the entire body. Topical CBD products keep the benefits of CBD localised to troublesome regions by being applied directly to the skin, such as muscle balms, massage oils, and moisturisers.

CBD oil drops should be applied under the tongue, followed by a one- to two-minute delay before ingesting. This allows the CBD to enter circulation immediately through the capillaries under the tongue and provides an effect within 15-30 minutes.

No. CBD does not produce any intoxicating or addiction-related effects therefore, addiction is not possible. However, we urge you to use CBD in line with the FSA guideline of no more than 70mg of CBD per day.

CBD oil prices are primarily determined by the costs of cultivation, extraction, distribution and certification.

Wellgora's CBD Oil products use highly advanced technology to extract CBD from the hemp plant via CO2, making producing CBD oil a costly process.

In addition, CBD products are usually heavily taxed, and various costs are associated with product testing and the legal process for hemp farming.

We have tried to maintain our prices below the average market competitor but also offer more products. We're proud to offer 5,000mg, 10,000mg and even 20,000mg CBD Oil which virtually no other companies on the market offer.

Yes, CBD is legal in the UK, provided that it is sourced from approved hemp plants containing less than 0.2% THC.

CBD is also legal in the EU, the USA and many other countries worldwide, although rules about THC content vary. Some countries allow up to 0.2% THC outside the EU and some countries do not, therefore our THC Free offering solves this issue for our customers worldwide.

Yes, CBD is safe to consume. According to a review by the World Health Organisation (WHO), CBD is generally safe and well-tolerated, although more long-term research is needed to confirm its safety.

CBD is not an intoxicating substance and therefore, it does not cause a high or have any abuse potential. THC is the intoxicating cannabinoid which produces the high associated with cannabis, but all wellgora CBD THC Free products are expertly manufactured, then in-lab tested to verify contents and also independently tested by 3rd party labs to ensure they contain non-detectable levels of THC (<0.01%) and are completely safe for use.

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