First legal ‘Charlotte’s Web’ cannabis oil to go on sale in the UK

UK CBD¿ - first British company to sell 100% legal 'Charlotte's Web' CANNABIS OIL For immediate release UK CBD¿ are the first British company to sell 100% legal 'Charlotte's Web' cannabis oil. The London & Kent based company are proud to be the country's first official distributors of 'Charlotte's Web' cannabis oil. The legal, cannabis oil supplements have been available from 31st July and are available at August 11 2015 | London, UK 'Charlotte's Web' products gained international attention after CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta documented the positive effects that CBD oil had on Charlotte Figi, a child living with severe epilepsy in Colorado, in 2012. The report concluded cannabis oil effectively stopped the young girl's severe seizures. Charlotte's Web products are derived from a low THC, high CBD (Cannabidiol) cannabis strain that has been carefully manufactured and extracted in USA-based CW Botanical laboratories. All products consistently meet strict FDA and FSA guidelines and adhere to all UK customs clearances as the THC value of the low THC cannabis cannabis strains (also known as hemp) must be valued at less than 0.2% when grown. "As the leaders in the UK CBD market we are extremely proud to partner with CW¿Botanicals and to legally add their exclusive Charlotte's Web products to our already impressive range," UK CBD owner and CEO Nicolas P. Ellis said. "Their passion and dedication to making such high quality products is already well known globally. We believe that introducing these products to the UK market will help many people suffering from ECS (endocannabinoid system) deficiencies or for those who just wish to add these nutritious cannabinoids to their daily, dietary supplementation. Hemp is also rich in vitamins, minerals and omegas 3 & 6." The release of these new products comes at an especially significant time in the cannabis as potential medicine movement in the UK. Last month, Durham's PCC Ron Hogg publically announced that his force will no longer actively pursue cannabis smokers and small-scale growers. Most recently a petition calling on the Government to make the production, sale and use of cannabis legal, was signed by nearly 200,000 British residents in less than a week. To learn more about the UK CBD¿, Charlotte's Web products, or to book an interview: Contact UK CBD¿ on 07827 973279,, or online at Owner and CEO Nicolas Ellis survived Meningococcal Meningitis and septicaemia in 2007; he now suffers from a number of chronic pain conditions including fibromyalgia and ulcerative colitis. For the past two years, he has been successfully managing the painful symptoms of his conditions with cannabinoid supplementation therapy. His positive experiences with legal cannabis based concentrate supplementation inspired him to open UK CBD last year. All UK CBD¿ products are gluten and dairy free, non-GMO and are vegan friendly. Every product is lab tested and certified. The Low THC Cannabis (hemp) is grown organically, without the use of harmful chemical fertilisers, pesticides or growth hormones of any kind. Recent and relevant links: The Guardian: Charlotte's Web: the families using medical marijuana to help their kids The Independent: As a doctor, should I be able to prescribe cannabis to my patients? The Times: Our daughter, the cannabis user The Telegraph: Families with sick children flock to Colorado to try cannabis treatments The Vice: Desperately seeking CBD Daily Mail: We feed our daughter CANNABIS to stop her thousands of seizures each week The Sun: Cannabis helps sick girl, 5, ditch wheelchair Time Magazine: Finally, Some Hard Science on Medical Marijuana for Epilepsy Patients

Cannabis oil has become increasingly sought after as an alternative treatment for a range of conditions including severe epilepsy, but legislators have been unwilling to legalise it due to its association with marijuana.

Thanks to the work of advocates including CNN’s Dr Sanjay Gupta – who famously reversed his stance on medical marijuana to become a staunch supporter – and documentaries such as The Culture High, the wider public and legislators have come to see CBD oil’s medical value.

UK CBD are the first British company to sell ‘Charlotte’s Web’ cannabis oil since it was made legal on 31 July. Charlotte’s Web products are derived from low THC – the major psychoactive component in marijuana – high CBD – which is not psychoactive – cannabis strains. In other words they do not induce the ‘high’ associated with recreational marijuana. These varieties of cannabis are commonly referred to as hemp.

Charlotte’s Web is named for Charlotte Figi, who experienced a drastic reduction in her epileptic seizures after her first dose of medical marijuana at five years of age.



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