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The UK Loves CBD

The UK Loves CBD

The use of CBD is becoming increasingly popular in the United Kingdom. As the UK's public opinion of CBD continues to shift positively, more and more people are turning to CBD for its potential benefits.

Lots of online sites and high street shops across the UK are now booming with the sale of Hemp and CBD products. Some of the more mainstream sellers include; Holland & Barrett, Boots, Asda, Tesco, Sainsbury's, B&M and many more!

It is now common in the UK to see CBD infused into many of our favourite essentials such as: chocolate bars, energy drinks, coffee, smoothies, coconut oil (for baking), beauty products, honey and even beer.

UK CBD Statistics

  • According to a survey conducted by the Centre for Medicinal Cannabis in 2020, 3.2 million UK adults had used CBD products in the last 12 months.

  • The CBD industry was estimated to have generated £690 million in sales in 2021. It is expected to be worth nearly £1 billion by 2025.

  • Adults over 55 are the most frequent users: 31% of CBD users are 55+ (openaccessgovernment.org)

  • £24 is the average monthly spend amongst UK CPD oil users (openaccessgovernment.org)

  • Over 70% of UK consumers are purchasing CBD tinctures/oils or capsules

  • 62% of UK adults are aware of cannabidiol (CBD) based products.

  • Over one in ten (16%) had bought a CBD based product.

  • Over one in ten (16%) had bought a CBD based product.


The legal status of CBD in the UK is complicated. The UK has recently made it legal to possess and purchase CBD oils, as long as they contain less than 0.2% THC. While this makes it easier to access CBD, it is still important to ensure that you are purchasing from a reputable source.

The UK's legal framework for hemp production is complex and highly regulated. In order to grow hemp in the UK, farmers must have a licence from the Home Office, and they must adhere to the strict regulations set out by the Office of Drugs Control. Hemp can be grown for various purposes, including fibre, seed and oil, but only for industrial and research purposes. Farmers must also adhere to the rules on record-keeping, reporting, testing and labelling.

It is illegal to grow any variety of cannabis in the UK, even if it is for medicinal purposes.


The use of CBD in the UK is becoming increasingly popular, with more and more people turning to it for relief from various conditions. While its legal status is still somewhat complicated, it is important to ensure that you are purchasing from a reputable source and following the dosage instructions.

With the rise in mental health issues and a general sway towards more natural products & healthy lifestyles, the UK seems to have welcomed CBD products with open arms into the mainstream market. Although there may still be some stigma from a small percentage of the population (due to its psychoactive brother THC) CBD appears to be here to stay!