CBD Hub launch: the place to find all the benefits of cannabis – without the high

Top Quote Family-run food supplement specialist launches online CBD Hub designed to educate users about the properties of CBD. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) June 09, 2018 - Health Rack, an established family-run food supplement specialist, has recently launched its new online CBD Hub. The Hub is packed with information about this popular food supplement, including FAQ’s, video information and intuitive articles. The Hub also offers users a chance to shop for CBD and learn about the various ways this food supplement can be consumed.

    Product Information
    CBD oil has been used as a supplement for years. The development of the CBD chemical compound allows the user to receive all the benefits that come with cannabis without the high. At the moment, a common use for CBD oil is a contemporary method to wellbeing. There are currently ongoing research studies that are delving into the potential for CBD oil as a form of pain relief. CBD oil provides the benefits of the cannabis plant without the paranoia that comes with the THC chemical compound. With further research, there is hope that the CBD chemical compound could lead to lifechanging improvements.

    CBD oil is often incorrectly mistaken for THC, the psychoactive cannabinoid found in cannabis. Although CBD and THC are the two most common compounds found in cannabis, they actually have vastly different properties and benefits. THC is the mind-altering, illegal substance that causes a user’s so-called ‘high’. Unlike THC, CBD oil does not cause any psychoactive effects whatsoever. That is because CBD is does not go to work on the same brain pathways that THC does.

    CBD Oil can be consumed in numerous ways including droppers, gel tablets, oral capsules, concentrated extracts, cacao tables and vape liquid.

    Stringent Testing
    All CBD oil products are rigorously tested to ensure the highest levels of quality, potency and purity. All CBD supplements at Health Rack are developed with leading manufacturer, Canabidol. Their dedicated facility in the South East of England has developed an analytical cannabidiol oil testing method for the six main cannabinoids. This enables them to separate, identify and quantify each cannabinoid at low levels. Canabidol test for potency to establish the exact amount of cannabinoids in their CBD oil products.

    As well as the quality and potency of CBD, Canabidol also test a range of other factors, including:

    • Terpenes – Tests for terpenes identify the compounds that produce the colour and distinctive flavours of the final product. Terpenes are considered to have many beneficial effects. Testing for these compounds ensure the final CBD oil product has a consistent colour and flavour profile.
    • Bacteria – Testing for bacteria or mould on the plant material ensures there are no harmful pathogens, which could be consumed and cause unwanted side effects.
    • Pesticides – Testing for pesticides is important to ensure the safety and purity of the Cannabis. If the plant has been treated with pesticides, the final product could cause unwanted side effects.

    Cannabidol CBD oil products only use Cannabis that is grown organically. Pesticide tests are only carried out to verify that their CBD oil is 100% organic. Solvents – Cannabidol do not use solvents in their method of CO2 extraction because high concentrations of solvents can lead to unpleasant health effects and result in unsafe products. Their CO2-extraction process does not use any solvents, so – like their pesticide testing – solvent testing is carried out merely to verify the fact that none have been used in the production process.

    Professional Comment:

    A representative from Health Rack:
    “There is still a huge amount of negative stigma attached to the idea of CBD oil, mainly due to ongoing misconceptions linking CBD with THC. At Health Rack, we want to dispel the myths and are passionate about giving our customers all the facts necessary to make an informed decision about CBD oil. With only nominal traces of THC (less than 0.2%) found in CBD oil, it is physically impossible to get ‘high’ from ingesting or vaping CBD oil.

    Since CBD oil has not been approved as a cure or treatment for any disease, CBD companies do not make or support any medical claims related to hemp CBD oil. Many reputable clinical publications have published their findings on CBD, so we highly recommend that you do your own research on cannabidiol and hemp CBD oil.

    Our online CBD Hub has lots of useful information about CBD Oil where users are free to research the properties and uses of this food supplement. We are proud to be able to provide such a wealth of information on CBD Oil and allow users to come to their own decisions.”

    A representative from the World Health Organisation:
    “At its November 2017 meeting, the WHO Expert Committee on Drug Dependence (ECDD) concluded that, in its pure state, cannabidiol does not appear to have abuse potential or cause harm. As such, as CBD is not currently a scheduled substance in its own right (only as a component of cannabis extracts), current information does not justify a change in this scheduling position and does not justify scheduling of the substance.”

    CBD Hub: https://www.healthrack.co.uk/cbd-oil

    Media enquiries: charlotte.hartley ( @ ) kwdigital dot co.uk

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