CBD is quickly gaining popularity. More and more people are realising the benefits of this part of the Cannabis plant. Not only is it sold in high street stores such as Holland and Barrett, but also online and all over the world. CBDStar ships products worldwide. So if you are looking to shop CBD in Ireland then you’ve come to the right place.
Where does CBD come from and is it legal in Ireland?
CBD comes from the cannabis plant. This is that which usually raises alarm. You probably know that cannabis is a controlled drug and is illegal in Ireland. The reason for this is the THC content. THC is the cannabinoid which has psychoactive effects. However, CBD does not contain THC in any amount to get you ‘high’ and is therefore legal in Ireland.
CBD is extracted from the plant using various methods. You can get CBD in isolate, or you can get full spectrum CBD which contains terpenes. Terpenes are found within many plants, including the cannabis plant. These terpenes have various benefits on their own and when mixed into CBD they have the entourage effect. Full spectrum CBD will contain trace amounts of THC but within the legal amount and not enough to get you high.
What can CBD help me with?
Glad you asked. It is a question that most people ask us when they’re looking for CBD in Ireland. Usually, they’ve heard how it has helped a friend, or read online about the powers of CBD. CBD has been found to help with a number of illnesses and conditions. For example, these include:
- Anxiety, PTSD and depression
- Pain and inflammation
- Period Pain
- Sleep disorder
You can read an extensive list of benefits of CBD here if this doesn’t cover it all.
Where can I buy CBD in Ireland?
You want to find a retailer who stocks decent products. You don’t want to buy CBD that contains the synthetic drug ‘spice.’ To ensure this doesn’t happen you need to buy CBD from a reputable retailer. In addition, you want to find a range of products with varied CBD content.
At CBDStar we ship products all over the world, making us the place to shop for CBD in Ireland.