What is CBD?

CBD, short for cannabidiol, is the non-psychoactive compound found in hemp plants.

Will it make me “high”?

No it won’t. In the UK, regulation requires CBD to have no more than 0.2% THC (tetrahydrocannabinol which is the component in the hemp plant that has psycho-active effects). The CBD that we use is independently tested and regulated.

Should I try CBD?

Absolutely, many people swear by the results of using CBD. Whether you’re looking to feel more balanced, calm or focused, give it a go and see how you feel. Once you’ve tried it let us know what you think, we love to hear your feedback.

Why drink CBD kombucha?

There aren’t yet any scientific studies that prove why kombucha is good for you so we don’t know whether it’s natural vitamins, antioxidants, organic acids or the living cultures that cause people to come back for more. Hip Pop is one of the only kombucha brands in the world that harnesses a bacteria called Bacillus Coagulans which has undergone rigorous scientific studies. You get these mighty living cultures added to every bottle PLUS all the yet unknown benefits of fermented kombucha with all its other wonderful properties.

We then add CBD to our kombucha to help you relax and feel naturally calm whilst enjoying a refreshing soft drink. By drinking CBD kombucha you will be able to enjoy the potential benefits that both kombucha and CBD have to offer.

How much CBD Kombucha can I drink?

The Food Standards agency recommends a maximum dose of 70mg of CBD daily. If you’re new to CBD we recommend that you start with 1 can a day and gradually increase your intake. Give it a go and see how you respond to find out what amount works for you

Is all Kombucha equal?

Unfortunately no. It’s a bit like beer, wine or coffee, you get the mass-made stuff and then you get carefully craft made booch. Hip Pop kombucha is brewed in a traditional craft way on a beautiful farm in Manchester.

Why is sugar essential for true Kombucha?

We use a small amount of organic cane sugar to feed the gorgeous Kombucha cultures. Any residual sugar is broken down during fermentation so it’s easier for the body to process. Per 100ml, our Kombucha varies from 2.6g to 2.8g. To put things into perspective it’s less than natural carrot juice. Natural Orange juice is around 8g and bottled smoothies can be as high as 18g. We never use ultra-processed sweeteners such as stevia or erythritol found in zero sugar Kombucha


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