Find your CBD oil at Apollyon
In our online CBD oil shop you can buy products of various strenghts and forms with cannabidiol, like CBD oil in the form of a drippable liquid in little bottles (drops) or as thick, viscous, non-liquid paste (pure CBD).
Besides quality CBD oil in the lowest price range for the price of €9,95 per bottle, you can also choose for extra high quality all the way up to first-class quality CBD oil for those who want the purest and the best.
What is CBD?
Like THC Cannabidiol is a component (cannabinoid) which can be found in the cannabis sativa plant. A difference with THC however is that CBD is not psychoactive, which means it will not cause a "stoned" or "high" feeling.
In order to obtain oil with extremely low THC-percentages, hemp plants were chosen which are legally cultivated for many industrial means. These hemp plants were then further bred for obtaining a CBD-percentage as high as possible.
Characteristics of CBD oil
CBD oil is a natural product which consists of a carrier oil, like for instance olive oil, to which a CBD-rich hemp extract is subsequently added. The CBD is extracted from hemp plants which have been approved for legal cultivation according to European guidelines. CBD oil has a large number of favorable characteristics:
- 100% Natural
- Derived from EU-certified hemp plants
- Legal and freely available
- Available in various CBD-percentages
- Is not psychoactive
- Is not addictive
- Causes no habituation
- Does not make you drowsy
- Contains no additives which could be harmful to humans or the environment
- Can also be applied to children and animals
- Has natural characteristics
How does CBD work?
After THC the most important ingredient which can be found in the cannabis plant and hemp is CBD. It is thought that cannabidiol and other cannabinoids can play an extremely important role in our body and in the bodies of animals.
This as the body possesses an endocannabinoid system which produces its own cannabinoids, the so-called endocannabinoids. These bind to receptors of the immune system amongst others. The plant cannabinoids from cannabis, called phytocannabinoids, imitate the body's own cannabinoids, which causes these to be able to exert the same influence as the chemicals naturally present in our body.
Is the use of CBD oil safe?
All products which are on offer in our CBD healthshop, are derived from EU-certified hemp plants. This means that the THC-level in these plants has remained below the legal limit, ensuring a mind altering effect can definitely not occur.
CBD products do not cause habituation and can be used over longer periods of time. So you can have a secure feeling when using it. Furthermore it is freely available and can be applied to both humans as well as animals. When using medication at the same time it is always advisable to notify the doctor or treating physician of the use of CBD oil. Never alter or end a current treatment without the advice of a medical professional.
Ingestion and forms of application of CBD
CBD Oil Drops and Pure CBD Oil , like the Spray-, Shot- and CBDA Oil, are mainly applied orally (through the mouth). However in our shop other methods of ingestion and forms of application are available as well, like capsules, crystals, foodstuffs or salves.
CBD capsules are also meant for oral consumption. With the difference that the tasteless capsules prevent the activation of the taste buds on the tongue, which means the brain will not be able to ascertain any taste perception of CBD oil. The active ingredients will however not be deposited directly into the blood stream, but will end up in the stomach first, as CBD in edible or drinkable form would. CBD can also be inhaled with the help of vaporizers, e-cigarettes, e-liquids or dabs.
Information on this website can not be considered as a replacement for a consult or treatment by a physician! All information has been gathered with great care.We strive to keep the information up-to-date. Healthshop Apollyon however is not liable for any direct or indirect damage which could result from using the information offered here or from the changing, halting or altering a treatment without the advice of a doctor.