Chilled AF - 330ml
This cold-pressed juice is a refreshing fix of fresh pineapple, orange, mango and lime juice infused with a generous dose of 15mg of a well-known organic plant extract from Amma Life for ultimate effect. Perfect for a boost when you really need to take the edge off. Chill out, focus in.
- No artificial additives
- GMO & Gluten free*
Orange, Mango, Water, Pineapple, Ginger, Lime Juice, Basil, CBD Oil (5%).
We’re all natural here, so separation is normal. Give me a hard shake. Keep refrigerated below 5°C. Once opened, consume within 24 hours. For use by date, see neck of bottle. May contain traces of nuts and dairy. Shelf life for this product is 21 days.
|Per 100g||Per Serving|
|of which saturates||0.4g||1.9g|
|of which sugars||7.8g||26g|
Chilled AF combines several fruits rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, taking you a step closer to your 5-a-day fruit and vegetable target.
The key ingredient though, is of course the CBD oil, find out a little more about the research below.
Clinical-lead Dietitian & Nutritionist
CBD can inhibit inflammatory and neuropathic discomfort. Given there is an inflammatory response from exercise, lowering the response in whatever way we have available can only be of benefit to recovery and possibly even injury prevention.
At 5% concentration and a 15mg dose the overall quantity of CBD oil is higher than much of the competition. If nothing else, I’m an advocate of using the product as a relaxation aid.
What's good about it?
Maintain Mental Function
Vitamin C Boost
All natural. No compromise
What's in it?
15mg Amma Life CBD Oil
Pineapple & Mango
Apple & Orange
Lime & Basil
What the science says
Cannabidiol or CBD was reviewed by the World Health Organisation in 20181. It is a naturally occurring cannabinoid found in the cannabis plant.
Despite its associations, CBD does not contain psychoactive compounds associated with cannabis, it is considered to have a good safety profile2 and exhibits potential health benefits that have gained significant attention in recent years.
Research suggests that CBD could provide benefits to those who suffer with anxiety-related disorders3 and can help to improve seizures in those with epilepsy4. Several trials are ongoing currently to determine the additional potential benefits of CBD, such as improvements in the management of neurological conditions and pain.
Chilled AF provides 122% of your daily required intake of Vitamin C. Vitamin C contributes to the normal psychological function and also normal function of the immune system.
Powered By: Amma Life Organic CBD Oil
We use Amma Life 5% CBD oil. Their legal cannabis Sativa plant is grown organically and outdoors in the EU (Germany & Spain) without the use of pesticides. They use the whole plant containing the full spectrum of compounds. Taking the whole plant produces something called the 'entourage effect' which refers to the synergy between all the cannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids. It means that when all of the parts of the plant are consumed (even when in trace elements), they are more powerful than when taken in isolation.
We love Amma Life as we like supporting UK businesses like ours with a dedication to a high-quality product that is rooted in established science and a passion to help others.
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The information above is a review of the literature to demonstrate potential health benefits of the ingredients within the products. We do not claim that our products or any ingredient within our products can treat, cure or prevent any health condition. Products should be consumed as part of a healthy diet. For individual advice about any health condition, please speak to your GP.
 World Health Organisation. (2018). Cannabidiol Critical Review. World Health Organisation: Geneva.
 Shannon, S., Lewis, N., Lee, H., & Hughes, S. (2019). Cannabidiol in Anxiety and Sleep: A Large Case Series. The Permanente journal, 23, 18–041. https://doi.org/10.7812/TPP/18-041
 Perucca, E. (2017). Cannabinoids in the Treatment of Epilepsy: Hard Evidence at Last? Journal of epilepsy research, 7(2), pp. 61–76.