In The News

Here at TOA we’re proud of the positive feedback we get from the industry experts and independent reviews. Below are a selection of the most recent articles.

The Telegraph, September 2019
[The Original Alternative] range of CBD oils is to be taken sublingually (under the tongue). The pricey Guernsey Gold Edition oil is the champagne of CBD oils. – Recommended by Johan Sobel of The Drug Store, Joe Oliver of CBD:LDN and Dr Natalie Geary of CBD Porter

The London Evening Standard, August 2019
This great value brand has strong word of mouth reputation … The oils were much thicker and darker in consistency than others I’ve tried, with a potent taste. The blue edition cannabis sativa strain worked an absolute treat, allowing my muscles and mind to completely relax and aiding deep, undisturbed sleep. [Blue edition oil]

The Times, June 2019
The Times had CBD oils from 30 different CBD companies independently tested and the results were shocking. The catalogue of horrors includes 16 oils containing less than the advertised CBD content and one contained no CBD at all-zero! Another product was found to be 3.8% ethanol, technically making it an alcoholic drink! Our humble green oil was tested and not only passed but was highly accredited too! A representative from the Center of Medicinal Cannabis commented – ‘This is one of the best value, best quality and accurately labelled products tested’

Daily Mail,31 March 2019
We are sitting in a disused two-acre greenhouse, formerly part of Guernsey’s once-flourishing tomato growing trade.
A sprinkler system of black hosepipes is piled up on the greenhouse floor, waiting to be erected along the roof of the building, and small tents are in boxes, about to be set up to provide the optimum conditions for the fledgling plants.Stud partitioning is to be installed, too, to ensure the right kind of light. Everything has been designed to the meticulous level of pharmaceutic conditions.Because, all being well, in 200 days, this giant greenhouse will produce 40g of cannabis leaves per square foot, which will provide 1,742,400 grams per acre.