Non-alcoholic disinfectant liquid with light spearmint odor. Non-toxic, non-tainting. Antimicrobial agent in a product formulated for the Hospital, Livestock, Food & Beverage and Personal Hygiene sectors to protect hands. Ready to use spray for effective hand protection against bacteria, fungi and viruses for household, medical and health care use. Its dual biocidal and detergency properties ensure high efficacy against bacteria, algae, fungi and enveloped viruses at exceptionally low concentrations. Customer and Professional use.
Application: Spray the product 1-2 times on hands. Rub your fingertips first, then rub evenly over the entire surface of your hands and palms until they dry. For external use only.
Composition: Aqua, Glycerine, Quaternary ammonium compounds, benzyl-C12-16-alkyldimethyl chlorides. (CAS No.: 68424-85-1): 0,4 g / 100 g (0,4 mass %), Tetrasodium Glutamate Diacetate.
Safety: use the product with caution. Always read the information on the label before first use. Keep out of the reach of children. Do not breathe vapor or spray. In case of contact with eyes, rinse eyes thoroughly with water for several minutes. If eye irritation persists, consult a doctor. Avoid release to the environment. Dispose of contents/container in accordance with applicable legal requirements. Harmful to aquatic life with long-lasting effects. If medical advice is needed, have a product container or label at hand.
Frequently asked questions
Both THC and CBD are cannabinoids - a class of diverse chemical compounds that are naturally found in cannabis plants – however, they have very varied effects. While THC is the principal psychoactive constituent of cannabis, responsible for the most widely known effects of the plant, CBD does not have any psychoactive properties, having a calming effect instead.
CBD products are legal in most European countries, as long as they do not contain substantial level THC (the exact allowed amount can differ from country to country).
CBD oil is one of the most popular ways of using CBD. It is usually made by extracting CBD from cannabis, and then diluting it with another oil – in our case, MCT oil.
No, definitely not. CBD is considered non-psychoactive.
The best way to use CBD oil is to put a few drops under the tongue a few times a day. However, remember not to exceed the recommended dosage indicated in the product description.
While there are still many studies being conducted on the effects of CBD to find out the full scope of its benefits for health and wellbeing, the initial research has already identified several useful properties. Those include relief for chronic pain, treating acne and other skin problems, as well as a calming effect that can help reduce anxiety and improve sleep.
CBD oil is made from CBD that’s extracted from the cannabis plant, meanwhile hemp oil is made from hemp seeds and contains no CBD whatsoever. It means that, while hemp oil can still be useful for many things, it provides none of the benefits that CBD can provide.
No, CBD oil is intended for internal use only. If you’d like to enjoy the benefits of CBD through vaping, look for CBD e-liquids, which are intended for this specific purpose.
CBD e-liquid is like any other vape liquid that’s intended for use in electronic cigarettes, with the exception of having CBD added to it instead of nicotine. The main reason for doing so is that vaping is a convenient and effective way of consuming CBD.
Vaping CBD doesn’t differ much from the process of regular vaping, therefore, it should be used the same way as any other e-cigarette. Meanwhile, when it comes to the dosage, it's advised to start with a smaller dose and then gradually build it up.
No, definitely not. CBD is not known to have any psychoactive effects.
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