The most popular strength of CBD oil on the market. Providing 1000mg of CBD per 10ml bottle, our 1000mg CBD oil is made using 2 ingredients and is 100% natural. Contains a range of beneficial nutrients alongside CBD.
1000mg CBD Oil Overview
Cannubu's 1000mg CBD oil is a 100% natural and clean-label CBD oil made from 2 ingredients: A CBD-rich plant extract and hempseed oil.
The ingredients that make up our 1000mg CBD oil come from the same plant - organically grown European hemp. Unlike many other products on the market, Cannubu's 1000mg CBD oil does not contain artificial ingredients such as CBD isolate or flavour compounds.
Alongside its CBD content, Cannubu's 1000mg CBD oil also contains a range of beneficial compounds, including cannabinoids, phytonutrients and healthy fats, ensuring you get all the benefits the plant provides.
Delivering 1000mg of CBD per 10ml bottle of oil, our 1000mg CBD oil should last approximately 40 days if used daily and following our dosage guidelines. A 1000mg CBD oil is usually the right strength CBD product for most people. If, however, you are still unsure about which strength CBD oil to take, please refer to our CBD oil dosage guide.
Scroll down to learn more about our 1000mg CBD oil and how to use it.
1000mg CBD Oil Ingredients & Nutrition Information
Ingredients: Hemp Seed Oil, Cannabis Sativa Extract (Cannabis Sativa L.)
Legal Name: Blend of Hemp Seed Oil and Cannabis Sativa Extract
Nutrition Information Per 10ml bottle:
of which saturates: 0.95g
Active Ingredient: 1000mg of Cannabidiol
How Many Drops of 1000mg CBD Oil Should I Take?
Take 2 drops of our 1000mg CBD oil each day. You can increase the number of drops over time if required.
When Should You Take 1000mg CBD Oil?
CBD provides both long term and short term effects. When you should take your CBD capsules depends on why you are taking it:
- For Sleep - Take your CBD oil 20 minutes before bed.
- For Anxiety - Take your CBD oil 20 minutes before an anxiety inducing event or whenever you feel anxious.
- For General Wellbeing/Inflammation - Take your CBD oil once or twice a day, like you would with other wellbeing supplements such as Vitamin D or Fish oils.
- For Pain - Take your CBD oil when you have a flare up.
Cannubu's CBD Oil Quality Pledge
Cannubu's 1000mg CBD oil is manufactured to the highest quality in the United Kingdom in a BRC and ISO9001 accredited facility.
Cannubu uses the finest quality raw materials in our supplements and limits the use of unnecessary additives as much as possible.
Cannubu's 1000mg CBD oil does not contain any:
- Bulking agents
- Anti-caking agents
- Excipients or flow agents
Frequently Asked Questions
What Is CBD Oil?
CBD oil is a health supplement made up of 2 ingredients: a CBD rich Cannabis Sativa L. extract and a carrier oil.
Cannabidiol, often abbreviated to ‘CBD’ is a naturally occurring compound found within the cannabis plant. It belongs to a family of compounds known as the phytocannabinoids, of which hundreds have been identified to date.
What Is Full Spectrum CBD Oil?
A full spectrum CBD Oil is a CBD oil that contains all of the cannabinoids, terpenes and other beneficial nutrients that are present in Cannabis Sativa L. (hemp).
Due to the regulatory differences towards cannabis across the globe, 'full spectrum' can mean very different things in different countries. For example, in the USA a full spectrum CBD oil will have relatively large quantities of THC, something which is against the law in the United Kingdom.
Cannubu's CBD Oil is manufactured using a whole plant extract and contains as many cannabinoids, terpenes and other beneficial micronutrients as possible whilst remaining legally compliant in the UK.
How Is Cannubu's CBD Oil Made?
CBD Oil is made by extracting CBD from plant material and mixing it with an oil, such as hempseed oil. Mixing CBD extracts with oil makes them easier to consume, as CBD readily dissolves in fatty substances. For those consumers who are into the details, Cannubu's CBD is extracted from plant material using super critical carbon dioxide extraction - widely considered as the gold standard in CBD production.
What Is CBD Oil Made From?
CBD Oil is made from 2 ingredients:
- A high CBD cannabis sativa extract (usually industrial hemp)
- A carrier oil such as hempseed or MCT oil
Is CBD Oil Safe?
In a recent report the World Health Organization stated “CBD is generally well tolerated with a good safety profile.
'Any reported adverse effects may be as a result of drug-drug interactions between CBD and patients’ existing medications'.
Although such statements from the WHO and results from scientific studies show CBD is indeed safe, further toxicology studies are currently being conducted worldwide to obtain a more concrete understanding of cannabidiol's safety profile. This is completely normal for new products entering the market and you should not be alarmed. In the meantime, the United Kingdom’s Food Standards Agency has recommended people do not exceed more than 70mg of CBD per day.
Pregnant/breastfeeding women and people under the age of 18 should avoid CBD supplementation.
Is CBD Oil Legal?
CBD supplements are 100% in the United Kingdom
In order for CBD products created using Cannabis Sativa L. (industrial hemp) to be considered legal, the illegal cannabinoids must stay below the level laid out in the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971. Providing that CBD products meet these criteria; they are completely legal in the United Kingdom. Similar laws and regulations apply across Europe, albeit governed by EU and country specific laws.
Does CBD Oil Get You High?
CBD oil will not get you high whatsoever.
It is normal to have concerns though, seeing as CBD comes from cannabis. In a recent report the World Health Organization stated, ‘there is no substantive evidence to suggest that CBD is likely to cause THC like psychoactive effects.’
Is CBD Oil A Drug?
CBD is not a drug and is not listed as a narcotic under the United Kingdom’s Misuse of Drugs Act 1971.
It is not a drug in Europe either, despite some attempts to classify it as such. This was ruled upon in 2020 by the European Court of Justice in a landmark case known as the ‘Kanavape Case’.