And it doesn’t end there!
But more on that in a minute. First let’s start with the basics.
This is a big one.
But what’s the difference between full-spectrum oils and isolates? And which one’s right for you? Let’s dive in.
Derived from certified organic hemp grown in Colorado, CBDPure goes to incredible lengths to achieve truly pure CBD.
So what’s the key difference between these two types of CBD? It all comes down to – you guessed it – the extraction method.
Both forms have been proven to help significantly with anxiety, sleep, seizures, pain, tremors, inflammation, and more.
And just as you did in the Homemade CBD Tincture section, record your dose in your notebook and proceed to raise or lower it from there.
Scientists have isolated 113 different cannabinoids from the three species of Cannabis plant ( indica, sativa, and ruderalis ). Even if you’re new to the world of cannabis, you’ve probably heard about the effects of THC.
If you feel any discomfort from a dose, decrease it the next time you take the CBD tincture. You can always increase gradually again from there.
Store-Bought CBD Tincture
The same thing goes for tolerance. Just because you’re more or less tolerant to CBD than the next guy, doesn’t give us — or anybody, for that matter — a better idea of how much CBD tincture you should take for your pain.
We suggest taking this first dose after breakfast and then waiting until lunch for the next dose. Basing your dosing on main meals gives you landmarks around which to plan your day.
No more “pot smell” or trying to make up an excuse for not sharing your food (‘cause it’s got pot in it!). Just a few seconds by yourself, and you’re good to go.
Whether you choose to make your own CBD tincture or buy one from your local dispensary, we highly recommend starting small (as we tried to make clear above). The least amount of CBD tincture you can take and feel relief from your symptoms the better.