CBD oil: Legalization and payment processing in a nutshell

CBD oil becoming one of the hottest topics lately with more than 300,000 people using it in the UK alone. That is why we have decided to write an article that would answer the following questions: What is CBD oil? Where is CBD oil legal? Who agrees to process CBD oil merchants globally?

As you see, in this guide we’re not just brushing over some basics. We’re covering all the bases. So, no matter whether you are new to the topic or not, you’ll get a chance to learn something useful for the first time and grow your expertise.

Disclaimer: This information is presented for educational purposes only. It doesn’t constitute medical advice.

What is CBD oil?

CBD oil is short for cannabidiol. It is made of hemp and can be either crude or purified. Despite dozens of discussions around this oil, CBD oil producers state that it has a number of benefits for one’s health including:

  • Treatment for epilepsy (when medically approved);
  • Parkinson’s disease symptoms management;
  • Pain relief, etc.

They believe that CBD oil is a non-addictive and non-psychoactive way to improve and support one’s mental and physical health. Unlike many other cannabis-derived products, CBD oil doesn’t give you a high. The thing is that this oil doesn’t contain THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) which creates this “euphoric high”. As a result, a person taking it can’t get addicted to it or experience the “high” typically associated with the cannabis-derived products.