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What is the difference between cold pressed CBD and CBD isolate?

Cold-pressed CBD refers to a method of extracting CBD from the hemp plant without the use of heat or solvents. This extraction method is similar to the way cold-pressed oils like olive oil or coconut oil are produced. It’s considered a more natural and gentle way to obtain CBD from hemp, as it doesn't involve the use of chemicals or high temperatures that can degrade the quality of the CBD or other beneficial compounds found in the hemp plant.

Cold-pressed CBD typically retains a broader spectrum of cannabinoids, terpenes, and other phytochemicals present in the hemp plant, resulting in what is often referred to as "full-spectrum" or "broad-spectrum" CBD. These additional compounds work synergistically with CBD to enhance the potential therapeutic benefits of CBD.

CBD isolate is a highly refined form of CBD that has been isolated and separated from all other compounds found in the hemp plant. It is typically produced through a process that removes all the cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids, and other substances. This process involves multiple rounds of extraction and purification.

How much CBD is in Water Junkie?

Our sparkling beverages contain 10mg of CBD per 250ml serving.

What is the recommended dose of CBD?

CBD can have a different effect on different people, so we recommend you start with a small dose of CBD per day and build up to what feels right for you. The Food Standards Agency has recommended no more than 70mg of CBD per person, per day based on an average 70kg adult.

Where does Water Junkie CBD come from?

Water Junkie CBD is organically grown in the UK and the EU.

Who can consume Water Junkie drinks?

The Food Standards Agency recommends that people in vulnerable groups do not consume CBD without medical direction from a healthcare professional. This includes pregnant and breastfeeding women and those taking medication.