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The following Frequently Asked Questions will help you when purchasing these products from Holistic Hemp Scotland. These FAQs are based on common queries our Customer Services have received.

We’ve had several requests for some frequently asked questions. If you have any questions that aren’t listed below, or you feel you would like a more detailed answer, please Email Us! We are dedicated to educating our customers and others who are interested in trying out the various hemp related products.

We are trying to provide as much information as possible via our FAQs, which is why we are continually updating these to keep our customers up to date.

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You can track your order using the tracking link that is sent via email within 1 hour of placing your order (please check your spam/junk folder in case it’s ended up in there).

It can take 24 working hours for tracking to become active once dispatched. If it is around a weekend or bank holiday, please allow 1 working day.

If you are unable to find any details on your parcel, feel free to contact us.

The large letter requirement to thickness is up to 2.5cm. This is the diameter of the tincture bottle, which with padding and wrapping exceeds this thickness. Hence, all our packages usually qualify as small parcels with length <45cm, Width <35cm, depth <16cm and Weight limit of 2kg.

The website is the most efficient and easiest way to place an order with us, allowing you to save your details and checkout exceptionally quickly. If necessary, we can help you place an order via phone by contacting us at 01575 520 272.
If you have just placed your order, please contact us as quickly as possible. As we are partnered with a highly efficient fulfillment service that processes orders very quickly, this means that once the order has been “packed” and sent to the delivery service, we are no longer able to stop the parcel being shipped.
When you are ready to make your purchase and have added your items to the cart. Click the checkout button, this will take you to the secure section of our website and you will see a lock sign in the URL address as confirmation of this. This shows you that your information is secure and that this is a trusted site to disclose any sensitive data such as your personal and bank details. The eCommerce section of our website is SSL secure and the highly encrypted link between the web server and browser ensures a safe purchasing experience.

You can pay with a Visa/Mastercard or by bank transfer.

Choose which option you would prefer at the checkout and you will either be directed through our card payment system or we will send you instructions to proceed with a bank transfer payment.

We take your discretion very seriously, so please rest assured that Delivery is always discreet, regardless if the shipping destination is your home, your office or any other UK mainland address.

Packaging:

We deliver all our products in plain brown boxes, without branding. Furthermore, there will be no content description on the outside of the parcel, only the carrier label will be displayed. As a result no one beside you will know the nature of the contents inside.

We offer free first class signed postage within the UK for any order over £60, we also ship outside the UK for £10.65. There is the option at the checkout to upgrade to special delivery, guaranteed before 1pm the next business day for £6.85.
Yes, CBD has a good safety profile, according to all available studies. Since 2016, CBD products have been prohibited from making any medicinal claims related to CBD, according to MHRA regulations. As a result, you should never purchase CBD from a store that makes any medical claims regarding it.

CBD is not psychoactive, thus it will not make you high in any amount or dose. The term “psychotropic” simply refers to a psychoactive effect with intoxicating properties. THC, a chemical found in cannabis, is responsible for the psychoactive effects linked with hemp and cannabis, and you won’t find it in Holistic Hemp Scotland CBD products in concentrations higher than 0.01%.

MCT stands for mid change regulates formula of fatty acids normally extracted from coconut oil containing between 4 to up to 10 carbon molecules in the chain. This is the best formula of fatty acids to be absorbed into the bloodstream quickest and producing the most amount of energy. Therefore it is very effective as a carrier for CBD which is fat soluble and therefore requires fat molecules to be carried into the bloodstream And delivered to every cell into the body.

MCT tea has no colour in north-east and therefore is very easy to use as edit fat in drinks and delivered to every cell into the body.
MCT no colour and no taste and therefore is very easy to use and often gets added to drinks or food and is widely used in ketogenic diet and bulletproof coffee.

No animal ingredients are used in any of our CBD oils, making them appropriate for vegans and vegetarians. Only responsibly produced EU hemp and a plant-based carrier oil are used to make our CBD oils (hemp seed oil or MCT oil).
We’re proud to state that none of our CBD products have been tested on animals and are cruelty-free. This applies to all of our CBD oils, as well as our CBD Infused Foods. Our CBD Cosmetics are still fully safe and suitable for even the most sensitive skin, and they are not tested on animals.
According to our own study and customer feedback, the most satisfied consumers took an 80mg dose for 30 days in a row. Give CBD a try for at least 30 days if you are still unsure; if you are still unsure, contact our experts who will be pleased to assist you more.
When it comes to CBD satisfaction, the daily dose, rather than the strength of the CBD oil, is the most crucial component. Over the course of 30 days or more, our most delighted customers take 80mg every day. As a result, we recommend utilising a 20% Raw CBD+CBDA Tincture Oil, which provides 34 or 64 daily dosages, depending on your needs.
The difference between full-spectrum CBD and broad-spectrum CBD is simply a matter of preference. Understanding what each of these terms implies can assist you in finding the CBD product that is right for you.

Full-Spectrum

A full-spectrum CBD product contains multiple cannabis plant extracts, including essential oils, terpenes, and other cannabinoids, such as cannabinol. Full-spectrum CBD products may also contain up to 0.3% of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the cannabinoid in the cannabis plant that produces the ‘high’ feeling in people.

Broad-Spectrum

Broad spectrum products keep the whole spectrum of cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids while eliminating all traces of THC. This form of CBD is chosen for more organic goods that seek to take use of the hemp plant’s inherent properties.

So, which is the better option? Each form of CBD, as is typically the case, has its own set of benefits. Many people prefer pure CBD, however broad-spectrum CBD is the ideal option if you want to keep the natural plant matter and use a more natural form of CBD. The safest course of action is to investigate all of your alternatives and the various CBD concentrations.

Before consuming CBD with any medication, always consult your doctor. CBD interacts with the human body in ways that need to be explored, despite the fact that it can’t be discussed in terms of therapeutic characteristics due to its current legal position.

CBD’s suppression of the enzyme P450 is the most important factor to consider when considering CBD as a treatment. This basically implies that certain medications can’t be metabolised as quickly as they used to, so you’ll need to be a little more cautious with your dosing.

If that sounds alarming, keep in mind that grapefruit has the exact same effect on your enzymes. That’s why certain medications warn you not to consume grapefruit while taking them. In fact, you can use that as a starting point to determine whether it’s safe to combine CBD with it. The most common impact of decreasing P450 synthesis is that some pharmaceuticals and medications will last longer in the bloodstream. Because this is impossible to foresee with any precision, it’s advisable to discuss any potential interactions with your doctor.

CBD oil can sometimes change colour or become cloudy. In most circumstances, this isn’t a cause for concern. CBD oils frequently change colour to colours of pink or brown; if your CBD oil has changed colour to these shades, it is still safe to consume.

The most common cause of CBD changing colour is a simple reaction to heat and light. For example, high-quality CBD has a vitamin called polyphenol oxidase, which can become a rosy red colour when exposed to sunshine.

CBD that is slightly cloudy is frequently the result of it being kept in the refrigerator. It should recover to its clear state after being let to warm up to room temperature.

Our main piece of advice is to check what customs has to say about your travel destination.

A complete analysis of custom laws by region can be found on the Visa HQ website. Keep in mind that if you have any layovers, you’ll need to familiarise yourself with the rules of the country you’ll be visiting.

Liquid Laws

The easiest legal consideration to bring up with CBD is the restrictions on liquids on planes. The 100ml liquid rule for hand luggage would apply to most commercially available CBD products (whether they’re e-liquids, oils, or creams).

This means that any liquid bottle in your carry-on must be less than 100ml. There is some ambiguity here because drugs aren’t normally limited by this when purchased with a prescription, but if you buy CBD online or over-the-counter, you must still follow the 100ml regulation.

The legality Of THC

The presence of THC is the major concern you’ll confront when flying. As a result, CBD oil could be allowed in two countries, but with differing restrictions.

Our key recommendation is to choose broad-spectrum CBD products, which are guaranteed to be THC-free. Because THC is the principal psychoactive element in cannabis, most countries will seek to make it illegal.

One solution is to keep clear documentation of what’s in your CBD oil on you at all times. That’s why we go above and above to deliver CBD testing findings that are particular to the product you’re holding. Simply go to our lab reports page to print the results for your own piece of mind.

It’s tough to make a definitive remark on flying overseas because there are so many potential laws. Even if the country to which you’re flying has legalised CBD oil, customs inspectors may be unaware of the difference between legal and illegal CBD oils. Documentation is crucial, as it always is.

Domestic Flights In The UK

While CBD oil should be permitted on domestic flights in the United Kingdom, some personnel may not be aware of this. As previously said, our lab reports page may provide you with the facts you need to establish that the oil you’re transporting is completely legal in this country. It all comes down to miscommunication and misunderstanding. What is your most effective strategy? Being well-informed.

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