What is CBD Oil and where can I buy it? (Get the answers to all your question here!)

No doubt you've found your way here via after hearing of the perceived benefits of CBD oil but, like many, that may be all you know. We aim to cut through the hearsay and give you the complete rundown on this emerging well being product.
With an increasingly large amount of products and companies popping up online making some very bold claims, which product is right for you? What strength or application would suit your situation? Where can you obtain really high quality CBD oil that adheres to all the relevant government and manufacturing guidelines?
Firstly, to answer the last question posed... here at MCU Botanicals! We like to set ourselves apart from the rest of the websites reporting to have high quality CBD Oil, and we do this by ensuring we work to the highest standards, utilise third party food grade laboratory testing and, because this is our passion, not just a means of making a living, everyday we strive to push things forward and produce the most pioneering full spectrum product available.
All this is well and good but you may still be wondering 'What exactly is CBD oil?'
Well, CBD is an acronym most commonly used for Cannabidiol an extract from the popular cannabis plant. The difference between the CBD extracts and that of the more commonly known THC is that CBD has no psychoactive or psychotropic properties, this means that you can consume it without feeling 'stoned' or 'high'. 
This is a major plus for two reasons - firstly due to it lacking any psychoactive or psychotropic properties it is perfectly legal in the UK, and most countries for that matter. Secondly, again because of the lack of psychoactive or psychotropic properties people can supplement with it without any detrimental affects like paranoia or impaired reaction times. These as you may know are commonly associated with THC extracts or THC enriched cannabis plant consumption.
The oil is produced by extracting CBD from the sticky resinous glands that are found on a mature cannabis plant. More often than not the cannabis plant is specially selected from strains that have low THC content, this is done so that the chances of THC contaminating the CBD oil is greatly reduced leaving only trace elements of THC in the final CBD product. 
What CBD Oil is used for?
CBD oil is used for a great many reasons but due to strict regulation about its perceived benefits, we are not going to discuss them here, not just yet anyway. We hope that there is a time in the near future whereby we can go into great detail about the alleged benfits of using CBD, until then though we shall remain tight lipped. 
The world wide web is a very large place though and it is full of information. Like all things though, you should not believe everything you read and do not take all reports as gospel. Educate yourself 'with a pinch of salt' for the time being. As we mentioned before, there are a lot of people making very bold claims. At this time, in the UK especially, it is not ethically or legally correct to do so. It should be noted though that CBD oil is a perfectly safe food supplement to use and we recommend it as part of a healthy diet.
How is it taken?
The most common means of consuming CBD oil is orally. The majority of the time you will find CBD oil is provided in dropper bottles or plunger style syringe like containers although due to rapidly expanding product lines you can know find it provided in capsules, balms, e-liquids and creams.
Some people prefer to consume their CBD oil via a suppository. This is typically the method used by people who have difficulty swallowing capsules and prefer the use of a suppository. At the end of the day it is all down to personal preference, you could even drip some onto food or into a drink if you'd prefer. It is a very flexible product so have fun with it!
Our CBD oil is something we are very proud of and truly believe that the quality and potency of our product line is unrivaled in the UK. If you'd like to have a look at what we have to offer please click the link here - If you have any questions or are not sure what would be best for you, please don't hesitate to get in touch. We're always here to help you make the right choice.
We hope to hear from you soon!