CBD for anxiety

Turn over a new leaf.

Using CBD for anxiety

Holiday calm in your daily life.

We’re not okay. And that’s not okay. 1 in 20 Austrians suffer from depression, and this doesn’t even cover anxiety and the mental impact that the pandemic has had on us all. Thankfully, people suffering depression can explore natural solutions to supplement their fight against depression and anxiety. It’s time to finally turn over a new leaf.

FAQ about CBD in Austria

All the answers to your questions.

Short for ‘Cannabidiol’, CBD is one of the many organic compounds found in the cannabis sativa plant. These compounds interact with a network of receptors linked to the body’s central and peripheral nervous systems, positively affecting the body in a variety of different ways. This includes sleep patterns, pain, immune response, appetite, mood and hormones. 

In CBD, there is only a tiny trace of Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) – the compound that gets you high. So although it comes from the same cannabis sativa plant, there is less than 0.3% THC in CBD, so you won’t feel any ‘high’ effects. Simply put, it’s the relaxing part without the high part.

No, CBD products are not addictive, unlike alcohol, nicotine and the consumption of THC. This was confirmed by a WHO study in 2017.

Yes, CBD products are legal. But there are legal restrictions: CBD products with a THC content of less than 0.3 percent are legal in Austria. In the rest of the EU, the value is 0.2 percent.  According to the Agency for Food Safety (AGES), in Austria our products are not suitable for consumption. The THC content of our CBD products is less than 0.2% and comes from hemp plants that are registered in the EU Variety Catalogue. Therefore, our products can be legally sold in Austria and the rest of the EU.

We are not allowed to give information about dosages as well as promises about the effect of the products, even though the numerous benefits of CBD have been proven by studies. We therefore ask for your patience that our products are sometimes vaguely described. 

It is taken orally. Drop the oil under the tongue and leave it there for at least 30 seconds, so it can be absorbed through the mucous membranes in the mouth. After that, the liquid can be swallowed.

They are taken orally. Either swallow the softgel capsules or let them melt on your tongue for better absorption.

No, CBD (cannabidiol) is explicitly excluded from the prohibited list.

Wellgena’s premium CBD is grown and bottled in Switzerland. With a state-of-the-art facility, Wellgena’s CBD-rich flowers are grown in optimum conditions and without pesticides. The water used on the farm is naturally sourced from a local Swiss mountain spring, and this ensures a top-quality final product.

Wellgena CBD is carefully extracted using pressurized carbon dioxide (C02) to pull CBD from the cannabis sativa plant. It is a safe and effective method, involving state-of-the-art equipment to freeze the CO2 gas and compress it into a supercritical cold liquid state. CO2 extraction ensures that no residual solvents remain once the process is complete, and this results in the highest quality CBD product. The finished CBD extract is then added to a carrier oil (hemp seed oil), ready for your blissful consumption.

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