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celtic wind cbd reviews

Celtic wind cbd reviews

In summary, although the company has just been hit with a PR nightmare, we actually thought that the Celtic Wind CBD oil did its job. It has a nice earthy flavour, and as we would have expected. There was no ‘wow’ factor and we needed to take a significant amount to feel the benefits.

In Summary

What is more upsetting is that the company is blaming industry standards, rather than taking any kind of responsibility – it casts further doubt on an already misunderstood industry and it is hurting the industry as a whole. All of us that spend time in the CBD world know the trick of the trade and know that the industry is still young and properly unregulated. Holland & Barrett/ Jacob Hooy were also caught out- it shows that there is a great industry-wide issue.

The fall from Grace

We have been sitting on this one for a while. We first came across Celtic Wind CBD oil a couple of years ago when they were first stocked in Lloyds Pharmacies. On the surface, there was nothing unusual about this company, and while they seemed largely unknown in the UK, the seemed to be one of the biggest CBD companies in Ireland.

Reply from Celtic Wind

What more can I want from a company, that delivers top quality products, that are ethically farmed and happens to be local and have an
eco-friendly ethos…?! They also have regular special deals and at times, surprises me, with an extra product,after I have placed a big order. I am well pleased at how several of the products that I purchase from Celtic Wind, enhance my health and quality of life! It makes it easier for me to rather focus on what can be done, than on diagnosis…

Reply from Celtic Wind

Very swift delivery all accounted…

First time ever writing a review absolutely blown away by Celtic wind generosity had issues ordering through the website think black Friday had its say anyway customer care where with me all the way and for the issues I encountered they sent me out a complementary gift pack filled with CBD Goodies they were always on hand to answer any questions there CBD products are top notch it was a great experience and here's to been a long term customer for looking after a new customer

Thank you for your 5* review. We are delighted that you are satisfied with our service and product. Thank you for taking the time to leave us a positive review and for your ongoing support for Celtic Wind. We really appreciate it. Take care.

What more can I want from a company

Celtic Wind Team

Many Thanks.
Celtic Wind Team

As with any food ingredient there is always a chance you may experience an allergic reaction. Therefore, if you are taking any form of medication, please seek medical advice from your medical practitioner before using it.

Celtic Wind CBD products carry a Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) notification number and can be sold throughout Europe. The FSAI food supplement notification number for Celtic Wind CBD oil is 22452.

THC is a controlled substance, however, the trace is so minimal that Celtic Wind CBD products are non-psychoactive. Sold as a food supplement, it’s legally recognised under the Food Supplements Directive 2002/46/EU.

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Yes. In accordance with the EU Directive for food supplements, Celtic Wind Crops CBD Oil carries a Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) notification number for each product* and can be sold throughout Europe. The CBD oil is also supplied as a food supplement in accordance with the provisions of Article 2 of the EU Food Supplement Directive 2002/46/EC.

Hemp is a variety of the Cannabis Sativa plant. The hemp plant contains cannabinoids and CBD is one of these. The hemp plant contains cannabinoids and CBD is one of these; and hemp oil can be taken as a food supplement. Celtic Wind Crops CBD Oil is an Irish Notified food supplement, which contains hemp.

You can choose to take CBD oil in capsules, powder or as in oil in a dropper. At the moment the powder is exclusively available online, with the capsules and oil available in LloydsPharmacy stores. Find out more about the Celtic Wind Crops CBD Oil range and buy online here with UK delivery and Click & Collect options.

Does Celtic Wind Crops CBD oil contain THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol)?

The oil is taken sublingually (under the tongue), take 0.7ml (=1 squeeze of the dropper) once per day. One capsule twice a day, or for the powder a 2.5ml scoop once daily with food. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.

Celtic Wind CBD products carry a Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) notification number and can be sold throughout Europe. The FSAI food supplement notification number for Celtic Wind CBD oil is 22452.