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Are you curious about CBD products but not interested in vaping or taking capsules? CBD spray may be exactly what you need. Our range of CBD oral sprays offer all the benefits of CBD and are easy to use, discreet, cost-effective, and completely natural.
CBD spray, like other hemp products, is a purely herbal product that is formulated to offer the very best of nature without any chemicals, preservatives, or artificial ingredients.
We offer a wide range of CBD oral sprays in various concentrations and flavours to suit any lifestyle or level of experience. Our sprays are sourced from trusted suppliers and have undergone quality testing to ensure they are made from only the finest ingredients.
Not sure if CBD spray is right for you? We also stock a wide range of CBD oil, CBD gummies, or CBD drinks that may be a better option for you.
How to Use CBD Spray
CBD oral spray comes in a bottle with an applicator nozzle that makes it easy to use whether you’re sitting at your desk, on the move, or lazing at home on the couch.
To use, simply spray the recommended dose underneath your tongue and hold it there until it has absorbed (about 90 seconds). You can also spray it onto the inside of your cheek if you prefer, but it is important that you let it absorb before swallowing.
The area underneath the tongue and on the inside of the cheeks have tiny blood vessels called capillaries that will absorb the spray directly into the bloodstream instead of it having to go through the digestive system. This allows it to work faster than other methods.
CBD spray is intended to be taken sublingually (absorbed under the tongue). Swallowing before it has completely absorbed may make the product less effective.
Shake the bottle well before each use as the CBD tends to stick to the bottle.
Ingredients in CBD Spray
One of the reasons why CBD products are so popular is because they generally don’t contain any synthetic ingredients or questionable pharmaceuticals. The ingredients used in CBD products are generally derived from natural sources.
Our sprays are typically made from three ingredients: Cannabis Sativa L extracts, raw organic MCT oil (coconut) or organic hemp seed oil, and natural flavouring.
Some sprays, like the RE:CV:RY range, also use vegetable glycerine.
Is CBD Spray Right for Me?
CBD oral spray is right for you if you want a product that is discreet, easy to use, and that doesn’t have the “weedy” taste of unflavoured CBD oil.
Many sprays are available in tasty flavours such as berry and citrus for the Access CBD range and peppermint for the CBD Performance Night Spray.
Something else to consider is how serious your ailments are. Like many natural products, CBD is not a powerful substance that will miraculously cure chronic pain and severe depression. The effects of CBD can be far more subtle and may take some time to work.
If you would prefer a natural remedy over pharmaceuticals that are packed with chemicals that cause nasty side effects, then CBD products are a fantastic alternative. However, it is always a good idea to talk to your doctor before trying any new treatments.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Difference Between Full-Spectrum and Broad-Spectrum CBD?
The two most common CBD extracts are full-spectrum cannabidiol (CBD) and broad-spectrum CBD. The main difference between these is the compounds they contain.
CBD is one of many compounds (or cannabinoids) that are present in the cannabis plant. The most well-known and abundant cannabinoid in cannabis is tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) – the psychoactive substance that gets you high.
If a CBD product contains extracts such as terpenes (aromatic compounds that give cannabis its distinct smell) and cannabinoids such as THC (in amounts above 0.3%) it is full spectrum. Broad-spectrum CBD contains several cannabinoids but is usually free of THC.
Does CBD Make You High?
No, CBD products like oral spray and CBD oil won’t get you high. CBD (a.k.a. cannabidiol) is a non-psychoactive compound and the main ingredient in CBD oral sprays.
There may be trace amounts of THC in broad-spectrum products, but certainly not enough to give you any sort of ‘high’.
CBD is derived from hemp plants (a variety of the cannabis Sativa plant species), which is naturally low in THC, while marijuana cannabis plants are naturally high in THC and therefore used for smoking and getting ‘high’.
What is CBD Oral Spray Good For?
Like other CBD products, CBD oral spray is purported to have an array of potential benefits. These range from alleviating pain and nausea to reducing anxiety and depression.
However, medical cannabis is still in its early stages so there is not enough evidence to support grand claims that CBD can cure serious illnesses and ailments.
How Much Does CBD Oral Spray Cost?
The cost varies depending on how many ml you want and which brand you go for. However, it is generally considered to be one of the more affordable CBD products on the market.
You will find sprays ranging from £6.99 to £85.99 on CBD Supply UK.
How Do You Store CBD Oral Spray?
CBD oral spray should be stored at room temperature and out of direct sunlight.
It should be kept out of reach of children and should not be used if pregnant or breastfeeding.
What is the Recommended Dosage?
The dose you should use depends on many factors, including:
The condition you are treating
Your body chemistry
The concentration of CBD in each dose
You should talk to your doctor before trying any CBD products. They will be able to offer guidance on what the appropriate dosage should be.
If your doctor isn’t able to provide a recommendation it is best to start on a low dose to see how your body responds and gradually increase it until you feel it is affecting your symptoms. Increases of 5mg are recommended.
How Often Should I Take CBD Oral Spray?
The recommended dose is three sprays, three times a day.
Although there is not much evidence that suggests too much CBD can be harmful, the Food Standards Agency recommends that healthy adults should not take more than 70mg of CBD a day. This translates to about 28 drops of 5% CBD.
This is just a precautionary guideline. If your doctor recommends a higher dose, you should follow their advice and use it as they see fit.
How Long Does CBD Oral Spray Last?
This depends on how often you use it and the size of the bottle you get, but assuming you use it every day, a 30ml bottle should last about 30 days.
There are about 600 sprays in a 30ml bottle.
How Long Does CBD Take to Work?
CBD oral spray is applied underneath the tongue, which allows for faster absorption because it is dissolved into the bloodstream through tiny blood vessels called capillaries. Using this method could allow the spray to work within 10-15 minutes.
However, everyone is different, so while one person may feel the effects within 15 minutes, someone else may only feel it within 30 minutes.
The key thing when it comes to natural substances (or any substances really) is consistency. You may not feel anything at first only to realise a few weeks later that your symptoms have subsided, or your overall mood has lifted.
It’s all about patience and figuring out what works for you.
Can I Use CBD for Pain?
There is currently not enough evidence to support the claim that CBD helps to relieve pain, but some evidence suggests that medical cannabis can help with certain types of pain.
Can I Use CBD for Anxiety?
There is currently not enough evidence to support the claim that CBD alleviates the symptoms associated with anxiety.
Can I Take CBD to Help Me Sleep?
Some studies suggest that CBD can lead to sleepiness but there is currently not enough evidence to support this claim.
Does CBD Help with Nausea?
There is currently not enough evidence to support the claim that CBD helps with nausea.
CBD Health Benefits
CBD has been called nature’s miracle medicine but there isn’t enough research to say for certain whether CBD is the wonder plant it has been touted as. However, medical cannabis is still an emerging industry and there are numerous studies underway around the world to test whether there is truth in reports that suggest CBD has healing properties.
The MHRA has stated that products containing cannabidiol are classed as medicines when used for medical purposes. This means CBD products intended for medicinal use must meet very high safety, quality, and efficacy standards.
CBD Legalisation in the UK
CBD products such as spray and CBD oil is legal in the United Kingdom as long as it does not contain more than 0.2% tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). CBD products must also meet certain standards to be legally bought and sold in the UK.