Cannabis oil, Coconut oil
A long-time favorite of those looking for comfort, our 1:1 ratio are full-spectrum CBD drops that feature CBD, THC, the minor cannabinoids THCa and CBDa, as well as flavorful terpenes. Equal parts CBD to THC, this ratio is potent and powerful. It is ideal for unwinding at the end of the day and promoting a restful night’s sleep. Designed for more experienced users, this ratio contains the highest cannabinoid count of THC than any other ratio. Our 1:1 is designed for people with previous experience with cannabis who can tolerate more THC. Take the 1:1 for a balanced feeling with some psychoactivity.
Exact cannabinoid content varies by batch and the amounts indicated here are based on formulation.
Intended for oral consumption. Use the measured droppers to apply drops under the tongue & hold for 15-30 seconds before swallowing. Onset time & tolerance varies per individual so please consume accordingly.
An herbal tincture is made by using a mixture of alcohol and water to extract compounds from a plant—in this case, the cannabis plant.
Here, Tieraona Low Dog, M.D., an expert on herbal medicine and women’s health, and Kevin Hill, M.D., Director of the Division of Addiction Psychiatry at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, get to the bottom of CBD tinctures’ mystique.
How are CBD tinctures made and what are the benefits of using them?
The cannabis plant has hundreds of chemicals in it, including more than 120 cannabinoids, Hill explains. Of those cannabinoids, two are most familiar: THC, which produces the euphoric effects or “high” people experience from marijuana, and cannabidiol or CBD, which has some anti-inflammatory, anti-seizure, anxiety-relieving and analgesic properties, according to Low Dog.
“Sometimes, you will find extracts called tinctures that use glycerin, vinegar, or oil as the solvent, instead of alcohol,” Low Dog says. “These offer the advantage of being alcohol-free, but may not always offer the same potency as an alcohol-water extract.”
And though there’s a lot of promise with CBD preparations of all kinds, Hill says there’s still a lot of research to be done.