CBD tinctures contain either broad-spectrum CBD, full-spectrum CBD, or CBD isolate. Full-spectrum CBD contains other cannabinoids, including very low THC levels, and smaller organic molecules called terpenes.
That said, most companies within the CBD industry use the terms “CBD oil” and “CBD tincture” for products interchangeably.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO) , people generally tolerate CBD well. However, scientists need to conduct more research to fully understand CBD’s role in treating conditions such as epilepsy and MS.
In this article, we explain what a CBD tincture is and how it differs from a CBD oil. We also cover six CBD tinctures available on the market today and discuss how consumers can choose a high quality CBD tincture.
Both products come in tinted glass bottles with droppers, so people can use CBD sublingually by dropping it under their tongues.
Traditionally, the main difference between CBD oil and tincture has been their composition. CBD oil contains a CBD suspended in a carrier oil, such as olive, coconut, or hempseed oil.
Both CBD oil and tincture are thick liquids that contain CBD, a naturally occurring compound derived from the Cannabis sativa plant.
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