Flawless CBD is proud to offer only the best CBD products on the market. As the leading CBD shop in the UK, we stock an extensive range of products from CBD Vape Oil, CBD Oil, CBD Gummies, CBD Capsules, CBD Balm, to Chocolates, Coffee, Tea, Syrup, Sprays, Isolates, Honey Sticks, Tinctures, CBD vape pens, Wax, Bath Bombs, CBD vape pens and more. We update our website daily with new lines and products.
Exclusive and Leading Online Distributor
We are one of the exclusive CBD UK shops to offer a wide range of products in all shapes and forms. All products we distributor are laboratory tested to ensure you receive only the best.
We recommend you search online and look and research yourself before trying.
Shop our complete line of CBD products and if you have any questions, get in touch with our knowledgeable team who are here to help. We aim to give the customers not just quality products but also all the convenience to shop on the go with our CBD online shop.
Why Choose Flawless CBD?
Diversity - As a leading distributor of CBD products in the UK. We have an extensive catalogue that includes oils, vape products, skincare products, capsules among others. No matter what your CBD needs are, we have the right product for you!
Quality Guaranteed - We are cautious about the products and brands we have in stock. We only source for the best and highest quality products from the most reputable brands. We also do random testing of all the CBD products we receive to guarantee safety and efficacy of the products before we put them up for sale.
Free shipping - We will deliver your order to you free of charge if you spend £30 or more in our store. It’s our own little way of putting money back in your pocket.
Experienced and reliable customer support – we have a customer support team that is extremely knowledgeable in CBD that you can get in touch with if you have any questions. We you can give us chat or call us during normal working hours. We are a just a dial away if you need any assistance with your shopping experience or CBD products.
What is CBD?
CBD is short for cannabidiol, a chemical compound found in the cannabis Sativa plant, also referred to as marijuana or hemp. Hemp is a derivative of the cannabis Sativa plant engineered for high CBD yield and minimal THC.
Cannabidiol occurs naturally in the plant and is used to make various products like oils and edibles. It's known for its best-known relaxing and calming effects.
Where Does CBD Come From?
The CBD used for commercial use comes from specific strains of the hemp plant and is harvested from the plant's flower. There are various methods used in the harvesting process. The most commonly used is CO2 extraction which preserves the integrity of CBD and minimises contamination with THC.
What's the Difference Between CBD and THC?
Most of the confusion surrounding CBD is because of its more famous cousin, THC. THC is an active compound also found in the cannabis plant. In their natural form, both compounds look the same. But, they are different in their composition and effect.
CBD is a molecule that assists in the functioning of our endocannabinoid system. This system regulates mood, inflammation, immune response, sleep cycle, among other vital functions in the body.
THC, on the other hand, is known for its psychoactive and intoxicating properties. Unlike THC, CBD cannot get you high.
Also, CBD does not affect your motor skills or cognition. THC can also make you feel excited, hyperactive and paranoid in some instances. CBD, on the other hand, is anxiolytic. It has relaxing and calming effects.
Another difference between CBD and THC is, CBD is usually used for medical purposes while THC is mainly recreational. Even in cases where THC is used for medical purposes, it is usually because of the accompanying CBD found in the hemp plant.
How CBD Works
CBD is a Pleiotropic compound (produces many effects through molecular pathways). Experts believe CBD works in three primary ways.
Through the endocannabinoid systemThe first is through the endocannabinoid system (ECS), which is composed of:
Receptors – There are CB1, found in the Central Nervous System (CNS) and CB2 receptors, found in the peripheral nervous system in the ECS. They exist throughout the body and are the compounds to which endocannabinoids (like CBD) bind.
Enzymes – The enzymes appear in many forms. However, only two types of enzymes in the ECS can break down CBD and other endocannabinoids.
Endocannabinoids – These are the compounds that keep the internal functions of the body running smoothly. All mammals produce endocannabinoids. By taking CBD, you supplement and enhance the functions.
Through non-cannabinoid receptors Serotonin receptors – At high concentrations, CBD activates specific serotonin receptors to confer its calming and relaxing effects.
Vanilloid receptors – CBD also interacts with the TRPV1 receptors, which also act as ion channels. These receptors help to mediate pain perception, body temperature and inflammation. By binding to the TRPV1 receptor, CBD is believed to influence pain perception.
Orphan receptors – CBD blocks or deactivates receptor called the GPR55 receptor, which is also called the orphan receptor. It's found in the cerebellum and modulates bone density, blood pressure and other physiological processes. An overactive GPR55 receptor is often associated with conditions like osteoporosis. By blocking or deactivating this receptor, CBD can confer various benefits.
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Legalisation – In recent times, the laws governing CBD have changed, making it more accessible to the public. CBD oil is legal in the UK as long as it has a THC content of 0.2%. These favourable laws have fuelled the popularity of CBD.
Diversity – There are numerous CBD products in the market that appeal to different people. The creation of these products has also made it easier for CBD users to take CBD in public without curious looks encouraging more people to take up CBD as a health supplement.
Benefits – CBD has attracted the attention of scientists and researchers who have conducted studies that look into the benefits of CBD. Most of the studies have confirmed the benefits of CBD. With that, there has been a growing interest among CBD users even as further studies into the compound continue being conducted.
The applications of CBD vary depending on the type of CBD products you use:
Topicals – Topicals are used to manage joint and muscle pain and soreness. They can also be used to deliver targeted benefits to different areas of the skin. CBD topicals also help to manage inflammation on the skin.
Do CBD Products Do Anything?
Most of the concluded studies have shown that CBD is effective in pain management in relaxation and can also help manage symptoms of various chronic conditions.
What are the Best CBD Products?
The best CBD products vary depending on the users and the reason for taking CBD. It's also essential to ensure you take the right amount of CBD consistently and at the right time to achieve the desired benefits.