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'The Believe Club' has been running under the radar since 2727 BC, when the Ancient Egyptians exemplified a truly holistic use of the Marijuana plant even before the pyramids were built!

In 2021 A.D., we are targeting a launch of our products pending approval from X.Y.Z…..

Guide To CBD

CBD's popularity has reached craze-like proportions in the last few years. Cannabidiol, aka CBD, has a long history, but only recently has it surged as a prominent player in the health and wellness industry.

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Before purchasing a bottle of CBD oil, you undoubtedly have a number of questions you need answered, which is why we
have drawn together some frequently answered questions which we hope will be of use to you. If you have any further questions,
please don’t hesitate to get in contact.

What is CBD?

CBD stands for cannabidiol, one of the many cannabinoids found in cannabis. CBD can be found in many forms, including oils, topical treatments, vapes and edibles.

How do I take CBD oil?

You should take CBD oil sublingually, which means dropping it under your tongue. The oils are packaged with a dropper, where you can easily collect the right dosage and apply it yourself with ease.

You should make sure to hold it under your tongue for 1-2 minutes before swallowing the rest. This is to ensure it has sufficiently entered the bloodstream.

The reason for taking CBD oil sublingually is because it is often broken down in the stomach and digestive system, meaning you won’t get a great level of bioavailability, whereas the bioavailability is significantly enhanced by entering the bloodstream from under your tongue.

Will CBD get me high?

No, our CBD products will not get you high, nor will the cannabinoid CBD get you high. When consuming a cannabis based product, it is the levels of THC you should be aware of when finding out the psycho toxic effects.

For CBD products to be legally sold, you have to be under 0.2% THC in the regions we’re selling, while many products will have barely a trace.

How long will it take to work?

This will depend on a number of factors, such as how recently you ate, your tolerance levels and your weight, however for most people, they will feel the effect after 40-60 minutes.

What is the difference between Hemp and Marijuana?

The difference between hemp and marijuana purely comes down to the levels of THC. Both are forms of cannabis, however the plant is legally recognised as hemp if it contains under 0.3% THC.

Marijuana is normally high in THC and low in CBD, whereas hemp is high in CBD and low in THC.

What is a lab report?

A lab report, or certificate of analysis, is provided by a third party lab after being sent off to them to review a CBD product batch in order to measure the cannabinoid profile.

The lab report should also highlight other important factors such as whether it contains pesticides, heavy metals or solvents.

It is always worth checking the lab report of a product before ordering, to ensure the brands is matching what they say on the packaging.

The lab reports are done by a third party to ensure an honest reflection of what the product contains rather than a biased viewpoint.

What is the difference between Between Full Spectrum, Broad Spectrum and Isolate?

Full spectrum means that they have included all compounds of the cannabis plant. You can therefore benefit from the entourage effect, as the cannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids have been shown to work better together than on their own.

Of course, full spectrum therefore means there is a presence of THC, so broad spectrum means you get all the other compounds except for THC.

Finally, isolate is a pure form of CBD, containing no other cannabinoids, terpenes or flavonoids, normally found in a powder form. CBD isolate is often utilised when cooking with CBD, as the terpenes not being present means it won’t affect the taste of the end product.

What is the novel food process?

To understand the Novel Food Process, you must first understand what a novel food is. A novel food basically means it does not have a ‘history of consumption’ in the UK or EU before 1997.

The reason for this is because the EU Novel Food Regulation was launched in 1997, meaning there would be greater levels of regulations over new consumables after this date, for your safety.

Chia seeds actually went through the same process, as did baobab fruit pulp.

There was a set deadline of the 31st March 2021 for all brands selling CBD based products to submit a novel food application, in order to continue selling these products within the UK and the EU.

The dossier was in-depth and relatively expensive; however it was all in aid of providing greater regulations, which the industry certainly needed.

The Believe Club has submitted our novel food application and have completed our dossier with our details all accessible as evidence of the successful completion of the process.

Brands that haven’t completed the novel food application cannot legally sell their products anymore within the EU. Local authorities will be responsible for enforcing this in the future.

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Food Standards Agency (FSA)

We're proud to have our CBD products validated by the U.K. Food Standards Agency (FSA). This standard reassures you that the products we craft meet all the required legislation in the U.K.

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