Rude Growth’s Full Spectrum CBD Oil UK

A full spectrum CBD-rich oil containing 2000mg of CBD and CBDA, hemp seed oil, and a variety of beneficial terpenes for synergistic effect.

Enjoy the full spectrum of Hemp plants’ benefits with this 20% Full Spectrum CBD Oil. This CBD Oil UK was made using low temperatures and advanced extraction methods in order to retain all of the plant’s beneficial compounds and maximize the entourage effect (the entourage effect is a botanical phenomenon in which multiple plant compounds work in synergy to enhance the potency of the product).

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It is natural and produced from high-quality hemp.

  • It is vegan.
  • It has a smoother taste than most RAW oils.

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Hemp seed oil. It has a smooth, slightly bitter, natural, rich, nutty flavour with subtle fruity undertones.


Always consult the physician before taking CBD oil.

A general rule is users should initially take 1-5 drops 2-3 times a day and increase if necessary (the dose varies based on the individual). The drops should be held under the tongue for at least one minute before swallowing. Shake before use. The bottle contains 200 drops.

What Is Full Spectrum CBD Oil, And How Does It Work?

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When it comes to CBD, one of the most common questions is, what is full-spectrum CBD (full-spectrum Cannabidiol)and how it relates to various hemp-derived Cannabidiol products?

This is an important topic because it enables consumers to make informed decisions when purchasing CBD products.

Let’s start by reviewing what we know about full-spectrum Cannabidiol so far. Then we’ll discuss how manufacturers are using isolated cannabinoids as well as those found in hemp extracts to create products labelled as “full spectrum.” Keep reading to learn more.

What is Full Spectrum CBD?

Full Spectrum CBD refers to CBD products that contain both CBD and other cannabinoids, such as CBG, CBV and THC naturally occurring in the CBD plant.

There are more than 100 cannabinoids, including CBD and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) in the plant. By combining these two compounds (CBD & CBG), you get a better overall effect. This is because CBG and CBD are synergistic in their effects.

What is the composition of Full spectrum CBD oils?

The composition of full-spectrum CBD oils is different for different manufacturers because of differences in plants, processes, oil extraction methods, storage, and other factors.

Besides CBD and other cannabinoids the typical composition of full-spectrum hemp oil is given below:

  • terpenes
  • amino acids
  • omega-3 fatty acids
  • vitamins A, B, C, E
  • minerals like magnesium, iron, calcium, and zinc

How Does Full Spectrum CBD Work?

Full-spectrum CBD products are extracted from CBD seed oil and contain CBD, which naturally occurs in the CBD plant.

The human body has an endocannabinoid system (ECS), which is similar to the immune system. The ECS is responsible for regulating mood, sleep, appetite, immune system function, and pain and inflammation. The research shows that CBD and other cannabinoids interact with the ECS to work together to regulate health (Li, 2020).

People who use the full spectrum CBD tells that CBD has various effects on the body, and it can be used to treat a variety of conditions, including inflammation, pain, stress, anxiety, and epilepsy (Cross 2020).

Neck inflamation CBDThe general perception of full-spectrum CBD oil is that when taken in small doses, it can be used to treat a wide range of ailments, including anxiety and depression (Erridge, 2021).

As CBD oil is non-psychoactive, it does not produce the same psychoactive effects as high THC strains. This is why people are more likely to feel relaxed and sleepy after consuming CBD oil.

Once considered just an ingredient in cannabis-infused products, full-spectrum CBD extracts with higher concentrations of the compound are now available in a variety of forms. One major benefit of full-spectrum CBD extract is that it can be used sublingually (under your tongue), allowing for faster absorption.

Benefits of full spectrum CBD oils

The list of benefits is pretty long because full-spectrum CBD oil contains the homogenization of all the compounds contained in every part of the CBD plant. Following is the distinct advantage of using Full Spectrum CBD oil.

The Entourage Effect of full spectrum CBD oil

When shopping for CBD products in the UK, it’s important to understand the entourage effect and why it matters.

The entourage effect is a term used to describe how all the cannabinoids and active compounds in cannabis interact together to create a synergistic entourage.

While each component of these compounds has its own medical benefits, their collective effects can be even more powerful. For example, by combining CBD with small quantities of THC, it is believed that users can experience greater results than if they consume either compound individually.

In addition to other cannabinoids like CBG, CBC, and THC, full-spectrum CBD oil also contains terpenes which are responsible for producing different flavours and smells in plants and herbs.

Terpenes have also been found to contribute to the entourage effect, providing an even greater range of potential benefits from full-spectrum CBD products – from reduced inflammation to improved sleep quality and stress relief.

Knowing about the entourage effect can help you make an informed decision about which type of CBD product is best for you.

Other benefits include muscle recovery, stress and anxiety reduction, sleep improvements, joint stiffness relief, nausea etc (Wang, 2021; Parker 2011).

NOTE: Self-medication is not recommended in any case. Always consult the doctor before starting any of the full-spectrum CBD products.

Downsides of full spectrum CBD Products

More expensive – Full spectrum oils tend to be more expensive than CBD oils that do not claim to be full spectrum.

No clinical studies – There are no clinical studies that have compared full-spectrum products to broad-spectrum oil that contains high percentages of cannabinoids found in hemp.

Hemp extracts and full-spectrum claims

Many companies are confusing full-spectrum hemp oil with hemp extracts or other products that they are claiming to be full spectrum when in reality they are not.

Full-spectrum products need to contain a full spectrum of cannabinoids, including CBD products, and terpenes.

Full Spectrum CBD is a misnomer that has been used by manufacturers to market their products as containing two types of cannabinoids found in hemp which are CBG and CBV. These two cannabinoids make up less than 2% of the hemp plant and are not the compounds that are responsible for the therapeutic effects of CBD.

Manufacturers are also selling products labelled as a full spectrum that contain only a very small percentage of these compounds.

Just remember, the key components of full-spectrum CBD oil include CBD, which is non-psychoactive and has numerous health benefits, and another cannabinoid called CBG. In addition to these, full-spectrum oils also contain terpenes, which are organic compounds that create essential oils.

Full spectrum hemp oils are marketed as being full spectrum. However, they’re usually only CBD-rich hemp extracts that have been isolated from hemp. Many companies are using this marketing claim to create confusion about full-spectrum products.

How do you know it is full-spectrum CBD oil?

Full spectrum CBD oil is an oil that contains CBD, CBG, CBC, THC and several other naturally occurring cannabis plant extracts in a high enough concentration to be effective. It is different from CBD isolate, which only contains CBD.

In simple words, Full spectrum CBD oil is not a purified product that contains just one or two ingredients, but it contains complete plant extracts.

Full Spectrum CBD Oils Extraction Process

Full spectrum CBD oil extraction is a unique process that allows CBD oil to be extracted from the entire plant including seeds, flowers, leaves, and stems. There are two processes used for the extraction of full-spectrum CBD oil i.e. cold press method and solvent extraction.

CBD oil extracting machineIn the cold press extraction process, the CBD oil is extracted using a mechanical press. The plant parts i.e. flower, stem, leaves, etc are ground and then introduced into the mechanical press. A certain amount of full-spectrum CBD oil can be extracted using this method. The rest of the oil is extracted using solvent extraction.

In the solvent extraction process, CBD oil is extracted using a solvent like methylene chloride or propane. The main advantage of solvent extraction is that manufacturers can extract even the smallest amount of CBD oil from the CBD plant straw.

These solvents separate these compounds and release them into a more concentrated liquid. The liquid is then filtered through a filter so it can be safely consumed by humans without being contaminated with microbial contaminants like bacteria, fungi, or parasites.

Processing of raw CBD oil

The purifying process involves taking the oil and heating it to around 150 degrees. It removes water leaving behind pure CBD oil ingredients. This is then left to sit for a few hours so that the ingredients can be activated. The distillates also contain some Terpenes which are recovered by condensation and added back to full-spectrum CBD oil.

Creating solids out of full-spectrum CBD Oil

Creating solids out of full-spectrum CBD oil involves mixing this concentrated liquid with heat and pressure to create a solid form of CBD oil that can be safely ingested. When heated and compressed, CBD oil becomes solid at room temperature (which can vary depending on the strain of hemp used). This solid form of CBD oil is called “wax” because it has been melted down and turned into wax-like material that can be used in many different products including lip balms and lotions.

Full spectrum tincture CBD oil

You can find a variety of products online and in stores that are labelled as full spectrum tinctures. These products are essentially the same thing, but they have the extra ingredient of CBD oil included in them as well.

These are typically made from all-natural ingredients, so they’re safe to use and can provide relief for a range of health problems. They’re also easy to find and relatively affordable, so they make a great option if you’re looking for an easy way to start incorporating more CBD into your routine.

A full-spectrum tincture is created by extracting the cannabinoids from the whole hemp plant using a CO2 extraction process. Full-spectrum tinctures contain large amounts of cannabinoids, which means they will take longer to digest and absorb into your system.

This also means that full-spectrum tinctures have a higher chance of causing side effects when compared to other products. While most full-spectrum tinctures are non-psychoactive, some brands may have added THC to increase the therapeutic effects. When starting with tinctures, we recommend starting low in dosage and increasing slowly over time to avoid any side effects.

When it comes to purchasing CBD oil, you should always pick one that uses full-spectrum hemp extract. If you’re looking for the natural form of tincture CBD oil, look for a full spectrum extract with the most amount of cannabinoids. These oils have higher levels of CBD and lower levels of THC, meaning they have less “entourage effect” which can impact overall effectiveness.



Full-spectrum CBD oils are a product that contains CBD, CBG, CBC, CBV, THC and terpenes. Full Spectrum CBD provides you with a high concentration of CBD and a mixture of other compounds such as CBG. This is a great option for those who want to experience the full effects of CBD and are looking to get their daily dosage.


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