CBD is short for Cannabidiol. It is one of the most well-known Phyto-cannabinoids found within the Hemp plant. CBD interacts with the Endocannabinoids system within our body, working alongside our own natural endocannabinoids to boost our vital system in so many different ways.

THC is short for Tetrahydrocannabinol which is the other well known Phyto-cannabinoid. In short CBD and THC share many on the same properties, but the main difference is that THC will also cause psychoactive effects (in other words get you high), whereas CBD is not psychoactive and will not get you high. TCH is much more abundant is the marijuana cannabis plant species, whereas Hemps plants tends to have high amounts of CBD and extremely low amounts of THC.

Phyto-cannabinoids are cannabinoids that derive from plants (Hemp and other cannabis species) and are able to work naturally inside our body, in line with our own endocannabinoids, helping our Endocannabinoid system recalibrate homeostasis.

Cannabinoids help create balance and stability, while promoting overall wellness within our body. We naturally produce what’s called endocannabinoids within our body (2-AG & Anandamide), while the other type of cannabinoids is what’s known as Phyto-Cannabinoids which are derived form hemp and cannabis plants.

The Endocannabinoids system (ECS) is responsible to maintaining balance (otherwise known as Homeostasis) within the vital physiological systems that keep us healthy and well.

These systems that the ECS regulates are responsible for everything from our mood, memory, sleep, immune health, appetite, gut and so much more.

Phyto-Cannabinoids and Endocannabinoids interact with the ECS through out CB1 & CB2 Receptors which are located through out the whole body. CB1 receptors are mainly found within our brain and spinal cord, whereas CB2 receptors are mainly found within our immune system

We use CO2 extraction method.

  • Shake the bottle well before each use.
  • Drop desired dosage under the tongue.
  • Hold the liquid under the tongue for 60 – 90 seconds.

The CBD oil can also be added as a key ingredient to any food or drink. This provides a variety of consumption methods that one can alternate to suit their convenience at any given time.

The CBD intake requirements will vary for every individual. Because each person will process CBD at a different rate, we recommend starting with a lower measurement and adjusting accordingly. Our try before you buy will allow you to decide which strength is best suited to you. Once you have chosen your strength, we suggest starting with 2 to 3 drops of that strength. If you are comfortable with the dosage then we suggest that you increase the dosage to find your sweet spot.

This is to ensure our customers have an optimal experience with Nutrivive and achieve their desired results. The CBD process requires a little patience to start with and the timeframe to reach the desired results from CBD will differ for each individual. It may take several weeks to experience the full benefits, but by following this process, we promise the results will be worth the wait.

CBD is legal in the UK as long as it does not contain more than trace amounts (more than 0.2%) of THC, which is a controlled substance under the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971.

If you are from outside the UK, please check your own countries guidelines before purchasing any of our products.

Here at Nutrivive we use Broad Spectrum CBD, which means that we completely remove the THC compound from our products.

Because our products are completely THC free you can rest assure that you will not fail a drugs test.

CBD and the other cannabinoids found with hemp are all-natural products. As with any all-natural product, they can degrade and breakdown with age. When it comes to CBD, the best way to slow down this process is to store it in a cool, dark environment

Unopen oil products have a 2-year shelf life, whereas unopen topical products (such as our Ultra moisturising cream) have a 3-year shelf life.

Once opened, all products must be used within 6 months.