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Are you looking for high-quality THC CBD oil products? We’ve got the perfect range for you. This collection of CBD oils with THC if full of legal, safe, and effective products for all types of CBD users. Whether you’re brand new to CBD or have been using it for years, we’ve got the perfect CBD with THC for you.
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THC is short for delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol. Like CBD, it is one of over 100 cannabinoids that naturally occur in plants from the cannabis family. The two most well-known plants from this family are marijuana and hemp. Marijuana is high in THC and low in CBD. Meanwhile, hemp is low in THC and high in CBD. Marijuana is commonly used as a recreational drug as THC can cause a high in large quantities. This is one of the reasons why marijuana remains illegal in the UK. Hemp is used to make various products, including all legal CBD products. It doesn’t contain enough THC to cause intoxication, but enough to include trace amounts in CBD products.

Products that include CBD and THC are strictly regulated. CBD products can contain no more than 0.2% THC. The reason for including it at all is so it can contribute to the entourage effect. This is the theory that cannabinoids are more effective when working together than when isolated from each other. The limit of 0.2% means that you’ll never get high from using THC CBD oil. This makes it safe to use when partaking in activities like driving and working. For extra peace of mind, you can check the exact THC levels in each product by looking at the corresponding lab reports.

The entourage effect refers to the theory that cannabinoids and other plant compounds from the cannabis plant family are more effective when they work together than when they’re isolated. For instance, think of each cannabinoid and compound as a member of a large team. Logically, the team is able to be more effective and accomplish more when each member works together in comparison to what one member would be able to accomplish on their own.

The concept of the entourage effect was first introduced in the late 1990s. A paper written by two scientists named Raphael Mechoulam and Shimon Ben-Shabat discusses what they described as the entourage effect. In their paper, Mechoulam and Ben-Shabat wrote that science has yet to establish the exact role of all compounds found in cannabis. However, they believe that the compounds work better together than in isolation.

One scientific example to prove Mechoulam and Ben-Shabat’s point is Marinol. This is a synthetic version of THC that was developed in the mid-1980s. Scientists were baffled that Marinol didn’t possess the same levels of benefits or results as THC found in cannabis. The reason for this was simple: Marinol does not contain any cannabis compounds. In short, Marinol only has limited benefits as it’s the synthetic equivalent of THC isolate. The same concept applies to CBD, CBG, CBN, and all other cannabinoids.

There are over 100 cannabinoids in the hemp plant. This includes CBD (cannabidiol) and THC (delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol). If you’re only familiar with the cannabinoid CBD, you may be confused about the inclusion of THC. The main reason that many CBD users prefer CBD with THC is because of the entourage effect. CBD products that contain other cannabinoids and compounds (including THC) are ‘full spectrum’. Full-spectrum products can produce the entourage effect. The entourage effect is the theory that cannabinoids and plant compounds work more effectively together than when isolated.

CBD and THC are subject to entirely different rules and regulations. In particular, the maximum legal level of THC in CBD products is very low and tightly regulated. THC CBD products in the UK can contain no more than 0.2% THC, which is considered a trace amount. For context, our highest strength CBD oil is 20% strength. This means that it contains 100 times more CBD than the maximum legal level of THC. This low limit is due to the fact that when consumed in large quantities, THC can cause a high. However, in trace quantities, THC can contribute to the entourage effect without causing any intoxicating effects at all.

THC CBD oil is a type of sublingual oil that contains THC, CBD, terpenes, flavonoids, and other cannabinoids. As this mixture of ingredients can produce the entourage effect, THC CBD oils are thought to offer more well-rounded results. Isolate options are still effective as CBD is always the main ingredient. THC CBD oil products simply add an extra layer of benefits to the already impressive effects of CBD.

When looking to buy CBD online as a first-time user, you may wonder whether it’s safe. In short, the answer to this question is a resounding yes! In fact, one research paper published in 2017 analysed the effects of CBD on both animals and human beings from several previous scientific studies. The review concluded that CBD has a “favourable safety profile.”


CBD can contain very minimal trace amounts of THC, up to 0.2%, or none at all. The quantities found are a by-product of the processing stage. These small amounts don’t cause the intoxicating effects that large quantities of THC can produce. Instead, the trace amounts of this compound help contribute to the entourage effect. THC is by no means a bad compound to consume and can provide its own range of benefits. When included within legal limits, it enhances the potential efficacy of CBD products without reducing their safety.

Another safety concern many people new to THC CBD have is whether it’s addictive. Legal THC CBD products don’t have any addictive characteristics. This is largely because they don’t cause intoxicating effects. The World Health Organisation (WHO) compiled a report on CBD back in 2017. This report determined that existing scientific research indicates CBD has no addiction potential.

At Simply CBD, our products are backed by independent laboratory tests. These test results confirm each product’s constituents for your peace of mind. We’re also always here to help if you ever have any questions or concerns about CBD, our products, or your CBD journey

CBD is entirely legal to sell, buy, and consume in the UK. This includes THC CBD when it adheres to legal limits. When looking to buy THC CBD oil for the first time, you may feel apprehensive about the product due to its relationship with cannabis. Thankfully, you won’t get in any legal hot water as a result of buying and using CBD products that adhere to government regulations. This is because there is a major difference between hemp and marijuana, despite them both coming from the cannabis plant family. Hemp is naturally high in CBD content and low in THC, while marijuana is naturally high in THC content and low in CBD. While hemp has been legalised for industrial use, marijuana remains strictly illegal.

The production and sale of CBD in the UK are tightly regulated. Firstly, all CBD for sale must come exclusively from industrial hemp. This means legal CBD products have no relationship with marijuana whatsoever. The entities growing the hemp must also have a licence from the Home Office to do so. Secondly, all CBD must contain a maximum of 0.2% THC. This trace amount is enough to contribute to the entourage effect, but is not nearly enough to ever cause a ‘high’ or any other intoxicating effects.

Another legal concern that some beginners to CBD have is whether they’ll pass workplace drug tests. Most drug tests focus on highlighting high levels of THC. Theoretically, CBD with extremely low levels of THC shouldn’t trigger a positive result. You could also consume CBD isolate for extra peace of mind, such as our Pure CBD Oil. However, you won’t experience the entourage effect that CBD with THC has to offer. This is because CBD isolate doesn’t contain terpenes, flavonoids, THC, or any other cannabinoids.

Start low and slowly grow is the key to starting your CBD journey. This will allow you to slowly build up your endocannabinoid system and find your sweet spot, which is the best CBD oil dose for you. Your endocannabinoid system is what allows your body to interact with cannabinoids like CBD. It works on a bell curve, which means that if you take too much at once, you can go over the curve and overload. This could have the opposite effect of what you're hoping to achieve.

THC CBD oil drops should be taken under the tongue and held there for two minutes before being washed down with a glass of water. Start by taking one drop under the tongue three times a day and increasing by one drop per interval each week. For example, on week two you would take two drops three times per day. Space out your doses throughout the day by taking them morning, noon, and night. You can follow this system until you begin to feel your desired benefits. At this point, stick with the dose you’re on and remain consistent with how frequently you take it.

Rest assured, we’re here to support and guide you as you build up your dose amounts to help you get to the desired benefit stage. We want to ensure you’re able to find the best THC CBD oil product and dose for your needs. Feel free to reach out to our Simply Experts via email or Live Chat if you need guidance. You can also ask any questions you have in our community support group on Facebook. It's run by over 47,000 of our lovely customers.

CBD and THC are the two most well-known cannabinoids from the cannabis plant family. While they are connected in many ways, there are also numerous key differences between them. Most notably, THC is the cannabinoid that can cause a ‘high’ in users, while CBD has no intoxicating effects whatsoever.

Additionally, CBD and THC differ in the way they interact with your endocannabinoid system (ECS). The ECS is made up of three main parts; endocannabinoids, receptors, and enzymes. Endocannabinoids are molecules produced by the body when there’s a disruption to homeostasis. Disruptions may include pain, stress, or inflammation. These endocannabinoids bind to relevant receptors in the central (CB1) and peripheral (CB2) nervous systems to initiate a response to the issue. Once their purpose has been served, enzymes break down the endocannabinoids. Scientific research into the effects of THC in the early 1990s was the reason this bodily system was discovered.

THC is able to bind to endocannabinoid receptors in both the central and peripheral nervous systems. It can then cause intoxication (when consumed in large quantities), as well as the many other effects associated with THC. In contrast, CBD is thought to prevent enzymes from breaking down endocannabinoids so that they can be more effective. Some researchers also believe that CBD may bind to a type of receptor that has yet to be discovered.

If you’re brand new to using CBD products, we recommend starting with a one-time purchase of the product(s) you’d like to try. Once you’ve worked out what you want to continue using on a regular basis, it makes sense to set up a subscription. We offer multiple options so you can have your favourite products arrive at the perfect time. You can choose to receive them every one, two, or three months, depending on how quickly you’re likely to run out. After you’ve set up your subscription, you never need to lift a finger to receive your THC CBD oil.

In addition to the convenience of subscriptions, they also save you money on each purchase. If you choose to subscribe to a single product, such as our Green CBD Oil, you’ll save 10% on each order after your initial purchase. If you choose to subscribe to one of our bundles, such as our Day and Night Bundle, you’ll save 15% on all orders after your initial purchase. When you’re using products regularly, it makes sense to save time and money with a subscription. You can even choose the date you want to receive them to suit your routine. For example, some users like to schedule their subscriptions for shortly after their payday.

As with any consumable product, it’s important to know the expiration date of CBD with THC before you purchase it. Our THC CBD oils typically last for a year after purchase. This means you have a full 12 months to enjoy your chosen product before it expires. However, it’s important to check the exact expiration date on the packaging of your oil.

Storing your CBD with THC properly is crucial. It ensures that the oil keeps its quality until its expiration date. We recommend storing your oil in a cool, dry place. The key is to keep it away from direct sunlight. You should also avoid exposing your THC CBD oil to extreme temperatures, such as in the freezer. Room temperature is typically best for CBD products, including oils that combine CBD and THC. Most CBD users store their oils on a shelf or in a cupboard in a cool room.

If you’re brand new to the world of CBD, you may be wondering if THC CBD is right for you. There is no perfect product for every CBD user, as everyone’s bodies respond differently. However, some products are more suitable for beginners than others. At Simply CBD, we always advise starting with a low dose and gradually building up until you find your sweet spot. This is because your endocannabinoid system works on a bell curve. Therefore, starting with too high of a dose and/or increasing it too rapidly can lead to adverse effects. As soon as you start feeling benefits you should stop increasing your dose and remain consistent with what you’re taking. The benefits tend to continue to increase when you’re consistent and stick to your sweet spot.

If you have your heart set on starting out with THC CBD oil, the good news is that CBD with THC is suitable for beginners. However, just like with any type of CBD product, you need to be careful about your initial dose. For example, starting out with our high-strength THC CBD oil products, like our Black and Platinum oils, is not the best course of action. Instead, try one of our low-strength THC CBD oils, such as our Light, Green, or Liquid Gold oils. As you build up, you may find that low-strength oils provide all the benefits you’re looking for. Conversely, you may find that you need to build up to a high dose to feel the full effects. There are no right or wrong answers in this regard, it’s all about finding what works best for you.