View our range of lovingly-produced, superior-quality CBD products, ethically sourced or naturally grown on our farm in the beautiful Lincolnshire countryside.
The CROP ENGLAND team have over 20 years’ experience in making and blending hemp based teas. We diligently source our raw materials from only trusted farmers who apply the same care and attention to their crop production as we do to ours.
All raw materials are run through our own specialist grading and blending machines here on our Lincolnshire farm, ensuring that only the best possible ingredients are used so that you can confidently enjoy one of nature’s finest and oldest therapeutic remedies.
A home to understand all things CBD – the legality and uses, along with helpful information to common questions & discover insights into the CBD industry.
From planting hemp to bottling the oil, there are so many steps that influence the quality of the CBD and cannabinoids. Discover the fascinating processes for yourself.
Are CBD and hemp legal in the UK? CBD is completely legal to sell, buy and use in the UK. Though we can see why you might be confused. Much of the complexity surrounding the issue of CBD’s legality (and its safety) originates from the unclear explanations of the terms. Let’s look at these in further detail….
Why do we love growing Hemp? We love growing Hemp within our crop rotation on the farm as it has numerous benefits, including: It is deep rooting, so helps to improve the structure of our soils thereby making them healthier and also reducing the need for heavy mechanical intervention in preparing the soils for the…
Imbalances in our various systems can be brought about by a variety of reasons, including a poor diet, stress, illness and tiredness, and therefore it is thought that Cannabinoids can help to stimulate our ECS thereby restoring imbalances and promoting a sense of well-being. There are actually 100’s of cannabinoids with CBD being just one,…
How is hemp different to other plants? The most important difference is that the cannabis plant has an extremely high absorption ability that allows it to pull out nutrients from the soil more efficiently than other plants. But that’s a good thing, isn’t it? Well, yes and no. It depends on the quality of your soil. Hemp…