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With smoking or vaporizing cannabis, you can’t really get a precise dose or mix of cannabinoids. Tinctures, however, come in an array of THC:CBD ratios such as 1:1, 3:1, 1:2. 1:4, 1:8, 1:20 and other ratios. Balanced ratios such as 1:1 or even 2:1 can provide less intoxication and more clear-headed effects.

Most importantly, tinctures come in varying cannabinoid concentrations. While most states allow the sale of hemp and cannabis-infused tinctures, some states may only be open to hemp-derived tinctures rich in the non-intoxicating CBD compound. Tinctures can now be found in major drug stores and CBD shops across the nation. Pets can also benefit from the smokeless nature of tinctures. Look for pet-specific varieties of tinctures for your four-legged friend.

Smoking may produce fast-acting effects but it can have a more sinister side. The COVID-19 pandemic has many people wondering if habitual marijuana smokers are more at risk than the general population. Since smoking increases the number of receptors that a virus can attach to, it may be wise to at least temporarily switch to a smokeless solution to help protect your lungs just in case.

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Smokeless delivery methods such as cannabis tinctures bypass the inhalation process, which is also a benefit if you have a respiratory illness such as asthma. Inhaling smoke and vapor can introduce cannabinoids, terpenes, and, in the worst of cases, contaminants and carcinogens that can irritate your air pathways and cause coughing and shortness of breath.

Early cannabis research found that cannabinoids aren’t the only source of effects. Minor and more temperature-sensitive terpenes, responsible for the plant’s aroma, can have modulating effects on the ability for cannabinoids to bind to the endocannabinoid system. Essentially, having both the terpenes and cannabinoids together can minimize negative side effects and maximize the health benefits of cannabis oil.

Tinctures may also be more suitable for those with caloric intake requirements. if you’re looking to avoid sugary or calorie-dense brownies and chocolate, tinctures are less calorically dense. Seniors who can’t take in as many calories can also benefit from the convenient dosing nature of tinctures.

Whether you want to be more health-conscious in your cannabis consumption or you require a smokeless solution for your medicine, a tincture blend can provide a discreet, convenient, potent, and versatile experience. Finding the right ratio of cannabinoids and terpenes can make all of the difference.

Or should I put a few drops on a pure little joint on the outside of the paper after rolling the joint? Or would it be better to put the oil on the buds before rolling the joint.

A bit of background story, you can skip it.

Now about 7 years later I found out about CBD oil and high CBD strains and I would like to give them a try, since I developed a "nice" opioid addiction in the last four years. I want to stop with the opioids and would like to use the high CBD strains for staying away from opioids. (Yeah, I know, trading one addiction for another, but hey, at least it is not Heroin, Fentanyl or other serious stuff then.)

So, my actual question is:

Also what would be the best temperature to smoke "oiled buds", do you have any experience with that? (Fahrenheit or Celsius) Is that even possible to smoke oiled stuff in such a "handy" vaporizer?

I got very little paranoid/anxious and otherwise it was a great experience, I could sleep very well. It helped me with the PAWS from opioids. (post acute withdrawal syndrome aka cravings for opioids).

Thanks in advance.r I roll it? Or would it be better to drop it on the buds again before I even roll it?