Providing 75mg of CBD per serving, our 3000mg CBD capsules are made for consumers who want large doses of CBD in a convenient and easy-to-swallow capsule format. Free from artificial ingredients.
Cannubu's 3000mg CBD capsules deliver 25mg of cannibidiol (CBD) per capsule and contain 120 capsules per pack. Enough for one 75mg dose of CBD per day, for 40 days (this would be considered a high strength/large dose for most people).
Made using Cannubu's full-spectrum cannabis sativa extract, our 3000mg CBD capsules contain CBD plus a range of other beneficial nutrients, cannabinoids and terpenes.
Unlike many other CBD capsules on the market, Cannubu's CBD capsules are soft-gels, meaning they have no taste and are easy to swallow.
Cannabidiol, often abbreviated to ‘CBD’ is a natural plant extract that possesses potent neuro-modulating and anti-inflammatory properties. When ingested, CBD interacts with the human body’s endocannabinoid system where it produces a range of effects and benefits. Keep reading to learn more about our 3000mg CBD capsules and their benefits.
Legal Name: Hemp Seed Oil Soft Gels with Cannabis Sativa Extract
Ingredients: Hemp Seed Oil, Cannabis Sativa Extract (Cannabis Sativa L.), Soft gel (Gelatin, Glycerol).
Nutrition Information: 25mg CBD (Cannabidiol) per capsule. 3000mg per pack.
Take 2 to 3 capsules per serving as and when required. You can take multiple servings of CBD per day.
CBD capsules provide both long term and short term beneficial effects. When you should take your CBD capsules depends on why you are taking them:
By interacting with the human body's endocannabinoid system, CBD capsules can provide an array of benefits which include:
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Cannubu's CBD capsules are manufactured to the highest quality in the United Kingdom in a BRC and ISO9001 accredited facility.
Cannubu only use the finest quality raw materials in our supplements and try to limit the use of unnecessary additives as much as possible.
Cannubu's CBD capsules do not contain any:
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. You are probably most familiar with the controlled phytocannabinoid tetrahydrocannabinol, often abbreviated to ‘THC’.
CBD capsules are being used by millions of people worldwide in order to improve their wellbeing.
CBD capsules can be used for:
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CBD capsules are made using 3 ingredients:
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.
CBD Capsules 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.
CBD capsules 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.’
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’.