CBD Oils
2018 will be remembered as a year when Cannabidiol, or CBD is available in the UK, and it is hitting the mainstream. A new generation of cannabis surfaced to remedy a vast number of illnesses as anxiety, epilepsy arthritis and malignant cells. It eases pain and inflammation and your body welcomes it, having special receptors tailor-made for it. Your body accepts it as a ‘key’ it thought it was missing, to fine tune your metabolism. It will be a huge nail in the pharmaceutical cartel. The older generation of Cannabis was illegal because it contained THC, the psychoactive compound that made people smoke weed. The new preparation uses a cannabinoid known as CBD, and not the THC that can make you feel a bit edgy. In fact, when used together, CBD can temper the negative effects of THC. There isn’t much CBD in recreational cannabis but it has a far greater concentration in hemp plants. Our CBD is a dietary supplement and it is not considered a drug.
CBD Deficiency May Explain a Variety of Health Conditions
The active cannabinoids found in the marijuana plant is nothing short of a miracle drug. It helps to fight what was once thought to be incurable. Amongst the 100 different cannabinoids is cannabidiol, known by the abbreviation as CBD. The most common and better-known cannabinoid is THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD is the second most common cannabinoid of the cannabis plant. A study has shown that THC can raise your anxiety and cause paranoia, while cannabidiol (CBD) may reduce them. Our formula contains less than 0.2% THC. The endocannabinoid system (ECS) you are born with - regulates many processes in your body such as energy intake, nutrient transport and many more. Our bodies are familiar with them and do accept the CBD to help normalize the body’s pathology such as regulating our immune, nerve and bone functions. A deficiency in our cannabinoid levels may be the underlying cause of numerous diseases and possibly cause migraine, fibromyalgia, IBS and many related conditions. The humble cannabis plant has been around for many centuries and people around the globe consume cannabis, and the reason is – it makes them feel better. We are born with cannabinoid receptors and we need to feed them and there are even traces in breast milk. Chronic pain is one of the most common ailments for which doctors prescribe medical marijuana and a recent survey published in The Spine Journal found that 1 out of 5 patients at a Colorado spine center were using cannabis to manage their pain. Of those, nearly 90% said it greatly or moderately relieved their pain. Studies suggest medical marijuana could offer relief for various types of pain like Neuropathic Pain or Migraine.

Our C-Cear Cannabinoid oil or CBD oil is unique and it surpasses all the other products for many reason:
• It can be sold without any hassle throughout the EU
• Our product adheres to the Narcotics Act
• It is not psychoactive and thus not intoxicating.
• It is processed with a patented technology.
• It is the only known CBD oil in the world to be water soluble due to its liposomal properties
• It enables a faster and more uniform absorption of the CBD. It ensures that the body can absorb the drug more effectively.
• It has a high sustained levels of the active ingredients in the blood if taken twice a day.
• A better patient compliance and the effects lasts longer
• Our CBD is not a medicine but a dietary supplement.

Why is this CBD not regulated? According to EU guidelines, the CBD product must not exceed a THC content of 0.2%. If the THC level is above 0.2%, the product would fall under the Narcotics Act and thus become a prescription drug. Our CBD drops do contain traces of THC, but less than the 0.2% limit.

How does the CBD work?
CBD can cause very different reactions, as it acts on our endogenous system (endocannabinoid system), which regulates a variety of functions in different regions of the body. Amongst other things, it effects augments our defense system, the awareness of pain as well as various effects on the nervous system. The full spectrum of the effect and mode of action of CBD is not fully explored, so there is no proof of its effect and mode of action. However, studies and user experience suggest that CBD has a number of beneficial properties. Unlike THC, CBD has no psychoactive effects. Remember, you should never take supplements without consulting your doctor or pharmacist.

How much CBD is included in the products?
Your 10 ml dropper bottle has about 240 drops so each drop of the 1200 mg strength has 50 mg CBD Each drop of your 600 mg dropper bottle has 25 mg of CBD.

How to take CBD products and what is the dosage?
The drops are taken orally, and can be taken twice a day. The maximum recommended intake is four drops of CBD oil per day or 100mg. You can easily increase the dosage to 200 mg per day with the 1200 mg strength to treat severe conditions. Start with a relatively small dosage and gradually increase it until the desired effects. Place 1 to 3 drops under your tongue and try not to swallow for 1 minute.

How should the CBD product be stored?
The product should be stored out of reach of children. In addition, it should be kept away from heat, light and air in a well-sealed container. Please store the product at room temperature (below 25 ° C) and do not freeze it or expose it to excessive heat.

What is the difference between CBD and THC?
The difference between CBD and THC is primarily in the effect on the psyche. THC is considered a psychoactive substance. It causes the psycho-stimulating effect and is thus responsible for the fact that cannabis is regarded as narcotic. Thus it can be legally traded in the EU. It has no side effects such as anxiety and paranoia that are solely caused by THC.

Will I get ‘high’ from CBD?
No, CBD does not make you ‘high’. Even though CBD is extracted from a cannabis plants, it is not psychoactive, unlike THC. Hence, even at high concentrations one cannot achieve a ‘high’.

Are CBD products addictive and can it lead to overdose?
No, you will not get addicted to CBD. There is no fear of an intoxicating effect and the fear of developing addiction or dependency. In contrast to the cannabis plant itself, CBD products contains only a very small amounts of psychoactive THC, so that there is no danger of addiction. On the contrary, CBD even acts as an antagonist to THC and can block or reduce some effects of THC.

Is there a risk of overdose?
Side effects of CBD are usually small and short-lived and the consumption of a larger amounts is considered safe. So far, there are no cases of overdose accompanied by serious side effects. CBD is legal if the THC level is below 0.2% and it is not considered a drug!

Does CBD affect a drug test? No, basically CBD has no effect on any drug test if you take the required dose.

Can I drive and operate machines under CBD influence?
Yes, taking CBD products allows you to drive and to use machines if you stick to the required dose. Our CBD capsules may have a minimal trace of THC, but in principle the content is well below the 0.2% limit. As long as you follow our advice taking the required dose, there are no concerns. Our CBD products are gluten-free and vegan friendly.

What are the new rulings regarding Epilepsy and Cannabis?
Our CBD-based oil is a type of medical cannabis that has been developed and trialled under licence in the US and UK*.1 The cannabidiol (CBD) therapy has been shown to be effective in the treatment of refractory epilepsy for some with Dravet and Lennox Gastaut syndromes, tuberous sclerosis and infantile spasms. The drug is also being evaluated as an add-on therapy for adults with poorly controlled focal seizures. This cannabidiol product contains virtually no THC. This new medication has the potential to offer hope to people with epilepsy.

Can CBD oil relieve arthritis pain?
CBD may help manage chronic pain by affecting the brain's response to pain signals. Cannabinoids, such as CBD, attach themselves to specialized receptors in a person's brain and immune system. One of these receptors is called a CB2 receptor, an inborn receptor we inherited, that recognises the value of CBD. CBD is no foreign substance to our bodies as most pharmaceutical drugs. It benefits your immune system by managing pain and inflammation. Researchers believe that when CBD enters a person's body, it may attach to the CB2 receptors. Alternatively, it may cause the body to produce natural cannabinoids that attach to the CB2 receptors. Either way, scientists think CBD affects the way that these receptors respond to the signals that they receive, possibly helping reduce inflammation and pain. Cannabidiol oil is natural and it has a definite role in the treatment of arthritis, a leading cause of all disabilities worldwide. A 2017 study** found that CBD might be a safe and useful treatment for OA joint pain.

* Effect of Cannabidiol on Drop Seizures in the Lennox–Gastaut Syndrome. N Engl J Med 2018; 378:1888-1897 May 17, 2018
** Pain. 2017 Dec;158(12):2442-2451


Below is a table of the many active cannabinoids found in the marijuana plant
Cannabis is made up of hundreds of different components. The best known cannabinoids are:
• CBD - cannabidiol
• THC - tetrahydrocannabinol