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CBD tinctures, on the other hand, are made using an alcohol and water solution to extract CBD. Instead of using oils as a carrier, tinctures use alcohol. The alcohol aids in the absorption. That’s why tinctures are fast-acting. They are also not as strong in the flavor department as CBD oil, which can carry an unpleasant, bitter taste.
This non-psychotropic quality is what makes CBD so appealing. People want relief from medical conditions without getting “high” from the THC in marijuana. Two of the most popular forms of CBD wellness product are CBD oil and CBD tinctures.
Cannabis as a medical supplement is gaining in popularity. Two of the most popular ways for CBD consumers to ingest the cannabinoid is orally using CBD oil or a CBD tincture. Because cannabidiol is from the hemp plant, it carries much less of the psychotropic THC found in higher concentrations in marijuana.
CBD oil consists of CBD that’s been extracted from industrial hemp, then diluted with a carrier oil – hemp seed oil, MCT oil, and coconut oil are typical – to make it easier to consume and absorb. CBD oil is one of the most popular ways to take CBD because it can be extremely potent and fast-acting.
Typically, tinctures contain additional flavoring ingredients and healthy additives like herbs. The alcohol in tinctures also acts as a preservative, and it can extend the cannabidiol’s life by several years.
It is typically used sublingually, but it can also have an effect applied topically to the skin. Due to its potency, just a minimal amount is needed for the effects to kick in. CBD oil can also be used as an ingredient when cooking. It’s fat-soluble, so CBD oil can be added to any recipes calling for oil or butter.
Tinctures are usually ingested sublingually, that is, placed under the tongue for a few moments then swallowed. This method further allows the CBD to be absorbed faster.
A lot of CBD brands produce tinctures in various flavors, so bear this in mind if you have sensitive taste buds!
When using CBD, there are a few things to take into account. First, human beings are all different. This means that 20mg of CBD may not have the same effect on you as it does for someone else.
If nothing happens, increase your dosage and ‘test’ the effects for a couple of weeks. You can take a dose once a day, twice a day (morning and evening), or even three times a day (morning, afternoon, evening). Whatever you decide, be patient and stick with your initial plan.
Benefits of CBD Tinctures
If you don’t like the method mentioned above, you can try a cold extraction method that uses glycerin. Cold extraction preserves the terpenes of the cannabis, while the glycerin is sweet and can improve the taste of your CBD tincture.
All in all, there is an increasing body of research suggesting that CBD (and other cannabis compounds) can provide health benefits. And of course, an enormous array of anecdotal evidence already exists to supplement this newfound data.
Grind at least one ounce of high-CBD flower in a blender or coffee grinder, then place it in a mason jar along with food-grade glycerin. The amount of glycerin you use will ultimately determine how your tincture tastes.
Of the three most popular forms of CBD (edibles, tinctures, vaping/inhalation), inhalation is the fastest-acting (followed by tinctures and edibles).