GETCBD is an online B2C marketplace for only the best CBD products.

 

We at GETCBD have spent endless amounts of time extensively researching the CBD market, to ensure that we will only connect consumers with verified and certified suppliers of CBD products, ensuring quality of products supplied by the leading brands within the industry. This allows us to present you with the purest CBD products.

 

GETCBD aims to make it easier for consumers to buy CBD products online and through an app.  It aims to relieve many of the difficulties faced by users, when searching for CBD products and allows CBD suppliers to showcase their top quality products.

GETCBD will showcase the best available products in the market from a multitudes of suppliers, no more trawling endless websites trying to find the best products. All of this research has been done for you at GETCBD. In addition to this, the ordering process is super simple, user friendly and even easier for repeat orders!

CBD (Cannabidiol) is one many cannabinoids found in the hemp plant, though, it is not psychoactive. In recent years there has been a significant rise in scientific research into CBD, and in the near future, we expect to see an exponential increase in the numbers of users of this fascinating substance.

Yes! CBD products are entirely legal in the UK. This is because it is sourced from the Hemp plant, which is bred specifically for nutritional purposes. It is entirely safe and legal.

CBD is the main non-psychotropic component of the Cannabis plant. It is very different from the plants other main component, Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is associated with getting ‘high’. This means that CBD can be ingested without the side effects usually related to cannabis intake, making it appealing to many users.

All products are sold as food supplements to help promote everyday wellbeing. We do not make any claims about their alleged medical benefits.

CBD can be absorbed through a variety of methods dependent upon which product you use

 

Ingestion

CBD can enter the body through the digestive system, with a little preparation. Some products, such as edibles, beverages and capsules are prepared in such a way that the CBD they contain can be easily absorbed by your digestive tract. This makes it nice and simple to get your CBD dose.

 

Sublingual
Sublingual administration in layman’s terms means holding something under your tongue. Your tongue has many blood vessels, which making it easy for CBD to be absorbed into the bloodstream. CBD Oils can be taken by placing a few drops under the tongue and holding it there for about 90 seconds before swallowing.

 

Topical
CBD products can also be applied directly to your skin. This way the CBD does not enter the bloodstream, is absorbed by the skin itself. This is perfect for localised applications. This can be applied commonly through the use of lotions and creams. This method can be applied to everyday products, such as bath bombs, face masks and moisturising rubs.

 

Inhalation

CBD can be inhaled using a vaporiser. CBD Oils will need to be converted into an E-liquid. A vaporiser will heat the CBD infused E-Liquids allowing you to vaporise it. CBD taken this way enters the bloodstream directly via the lungs, this one of the fastest and most effective methods of CBD ingestion.

This depends on the individual. We would always advise to go with what works best for you so try taking it at different times to see what feels best. If you are just starting off then perhaps try taking it in two doses split evenly throughout the day.

When contemplating which strength CBD bottle to use, it is important to understand that the same extract used for each product, but in different concentrations. This means any will work as well as each other, but you will require more drops of the lower concentration product.

The products on the store are all marked with a specific dosage per measure for your convenience. The higher concentration bottles are better valued over the long term, so we would always recommend the higher concentration bottles.

In accordance with guidelines from the CTA (Cannabis Trades Association) and the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) an individual should not exceed the 200mg of CBD that is recommended for consumption per day. Please read individual product labels for accurate guidelines.

Terpenes are a large and diverse class of organic compounds that are produced by a variety of plants.  Terpenes are incredibly fragrant and are what give cannabis it’s incredible aromatic diversity. Terpenes are responsible for the enchanting aroma of fruits, flowers, and herbs.

CBD is considered safe to use with no danger of addiction. Always check for allergies and sensitivity before proper use.

No, you cannot become addicted to CBD

All suppliers listed on the GETCBD app are required to go through an authentication and verification process ensuring that their products meet UK governmental laws and guidelines.

This is dependent on the user. There have been cases where users report immediate effect within half an hour of ingestion, whereas others have reported effects only after a few weeks. This comes down to each person’s individual endocannabinoid system and which compounds they react to within the mixtures.

This is dependent on the user, and may differ between individuals. However, typically CBD can last up to seven days in your system after the initial dose. For non-regular users it is likely to leave your system in a shorter period of time.

Yes, GETCBD are members of the Cannabis Trades Association, the largest organisation of its type in the world.

There are zero reported cases worldwide of a CBD overdose. CBD is widely accepted as safe for human consumption and overdoses are considered impossible. CBD is a natural and non-toxic substance

All Products listed on the GETCBD app have to meet the rigorous standards of certifying that the CBD and THC content levels are as per the stated measures by the supplier, thereby giving peace of mind to the purchaser that the products do indeed contain the specified amounts of Cannabidiol.

GETCBD Marketplace

All orders are shipping using internationally recognised couriers or The Royal Mail for items shipped within the UK (Time Frame)

Items can be returned within a 30-day period from when the order was placed. Items will need to be returned unopened and in good condition. Any damage to the item will render the return void and no refund will be issued.

Glossary

The technical term for CBD

A product that is designed similar to a pill, this product should be swallowed whole, with a full glass of water. Swallowing these products administers CBD via your digestive system.

A carrier oil, also known as a base oil, is a plant-derived oil which is used to “carry” essential oils and plant supplements

CBD is an abbreviation of Cannabidiol and is one many cannabinoids found in the hemp plant

The raw, unprepared form of CBD. Can be taken by placing under the tongue for 90 seconds. Can also be used in preparing edible CBD products.

A liquid designed to be used in an E-Cig vaporizer. These liquids are made of Vegetable Glycerin, a neutral substance that can be vaporised and inhaled. E-Liquids are a useful method of ingesting various substances, often nicotine for those trying to stop smoking, but also CBD.

A food or drink product that has been prepared with CBD. Eating or drinking these products administers CBD via your digestive system.

Naturally occurring cannabinoids in the human body.

Refers to endocannabinoids, the enzymes that regulate their production and degradation, and their receptors

An extremely pure, crystal form of CBD. Highly concentrated, this form of CBD is normally used in the preparation of other CBD products, and is not normally consumed on its own.

Plant-based cannabinoids found in species of cannabis.

Terpenes are natural compounds, they are incredibly fragrant and are what give cannabis it’s incredible aromatic diversity.

An abbreviation for Tetrahydrocannabinol; a phytocannabinoid found in cannabis shown to have some effects on humans and animals. This is the compound responsible for the intoxicating effects associated with cannabis use.

CBD dissolved in another liquid, often pure alcohol or MCT oil which is derived from coconuts. These help to make CBD easier to absorb for the body. Tinctures are usually taken by placing under the tongue for 90 seconds.

Customer support

Call us anytime for support

Send a message

Email us at info@getcbd.uk