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Simply CBD

Simply CBD

Chances are you may have seen or heard about CBD in recent years.

Its increasing popularity is clear as demand for CBD products has taken off. The Association for the Cannabidiol Industry (ACI) predicts in the UK we will buy nearly £700 million of CBD products this year alone.

And as we’re starting to learn more about it, a variety of new CBD ranges are hitting the shelves, including oils, vapes, balms, edibles, and water-soluble solutions. Want to find out more? Simply CBD provides all the information you need on how to get started. To find out more, read on!

What is CBD?

CBD products come from the cannabis plant.

CBD contains minimal THC (less than 0.2%) which is the psychoactive component of marijuana, so it won’t get you high.

Popular with adults and pensioners, it is legally sold to over 18s in CBD oils, edibles, balms, capsules and more. You can pick it up on high streets and from a great range of recommended online CBD stores. Simply CBD also offers customer support and has a unique thriving Facebook community forum with over 43,000 members where users share their experiences and views on products which can really help you decide what you want to try. Ratings are an average of 4.93 stars!

All Simply CBD products are independently tested and are extracted from Dutch high-grade cannabis.

Will it get me high?

This is probably one of the most common questions asked when people are looking at the possibility of taking a CBD product. The simple answer is no.

This is because they must contain less than 0.2% THC (the psychoactive part of the plant) so they won’t make you high. There are even CBD products available with no THC at all.

Getting started

There’s an extensive range of products that are helping many people try CBD for the first time.

Several factors determine which one to buy, and sometimes this comes down to preference of how you want to take CBD.

Simply CBD always advises that you should start low and slowly grow when you set out on your CBD journey.

Here are some of the options from the Simply CBD range that are ideal for beginners, and are great value too!

CBD Oils 

Simply CBD’s Green CBD oil is a great starter product because it is low strength. This a Full Spectrum CBD oil mixed in a base of hemp seed oil which is high in both CBD and CBDa and you place it under your tongue. Because Green CBD Oil is made with Full Spectrum CBD, you will experience multiple cannabis plant extracts, including essential oils, terpenes, and cannabinoids.

Simply CBD’s signature Liquid Gold CBD Oil with Turmeric and Black Pepper combines Full Spectrum CBD with double-strength curcumin turmeric and black pepper. It has a pleasantly earthy, spicy, and nutty flavour, and is placed under the tongue. Liquid Gold CBD Oil is low strength, and perfect for those looking to combine CBD with curcumin turmeric.

Alternatively, Entourage Aqua Water Soluble CBD is a Full Spectrum water-soluble CBD which you can add to drinks. This revolutionary product is an alternative to taking traditional CBD oils, you can add it to both hot and cold drinks.

CBD Gummies Simply CBD also offers gummies you can take on the go. They come in packs of 20 delicious mixed fruit flavoured gummies. Each one contains 10mg CBD extract and they are suitable for vegans and vegetarians.

CBD Balm

You don’t have to take all CBD orally; Simply CBD sells some great balms and recommends its Lavender and Cocobutter CBD Balm for beginners. It absorbs into the skin well and is a gentle product.

How do I build my use of CBD?

The most important advice is to always follow the "How to Use" instructions.

Simply CBD offers express delivery on all orders shipped in the UK and promises to supply products at competitive prices in the UK.

It has a complete range in varying strengths, types of CBD and flavours to make it accessible to people who want to try it.

The team at Simply CBD is happy to talk to anyone interested in trying CDB and will be able to help you with any query you may have. If want more information and expert advice, please visit