CBD Edibles

CBD edibles are the perfect way to monitor your daily CBD intake with a handy pre-measured on-the-go dose. It’s easy to see why they’re the preferred method for CBD consumption, they taste great, your CBD dose is already measured out and they’re easy to incorporate into your daily routine. Promote pain management, stress relief, improved cognitive function, better sleep and a whole array of wellness benefits by incorporating CBD into your wellness routine. For those new to CBD, edibles are a great first introduction to CBD products, easy to use and great in taste you’re bound to find something you love.  Earn Miracle Leaf Points with every purchase, and enjoy free delivery on all orders over £50.

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What are CBD Gummies?


CBD edibles can come in a variety of options; capsules and softgels, gummies which are edible sweets that have been infused or coated with cannabidiol (CBD), a highly beneficial, non-intoxicating cannabis compound and tasty too. They provide a tasty, easy-to-use alternative to the earthy taste of CBD oil. Purely designed to make ingesting CBD easier and more convenient in a variety of flavours like lemon, strawberry, orange etc.


Our CBD edibles range includes quality products and brands we’re proud to stock, hand-selected for their unique qualities and clean ingredients. From full spectrum CBD gummies, all-natural vegan CBD /CBC /CBG softgels and UK number 1, THC free Zen Bears CBD gummies, we have it all.


How do CBD Edibles interact with the body?


CBD and THC are both cannabinoids, found naturally in the hemp plant. You absorb most of the CBD into your bloodstream through your gums and through the blood vessels under your tongue. When you swallow the gummy, any remaining CBD travels through your digestive system, before making its way to your bloodstream.
Once in your body, the CBD interacts with a system called The Endocannabinoid system, or the ECS.


Your ECS has its own cannabinoids, called endocannabinoids, that act as chemical messengers and keep your body in balance. They regulate things like pain, stress, sleep and more.

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