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As cannabis–based therapeutic products become more widely available and accepted, it’s natural to have questions. After all, a lot of the treatments on the market today weren’t around just a couple of years ago. While cannabinoids like CBD show a lot of promise in treating a host of conditions, it can be hard to know how to introduce them into an existing healthcare routine. Today, we explore the role CBD tinctures can play in your well-being.
Cannabidiol, more commonly known as CBD, is one of the many identified cannabinoid molecules found in Cannabis plants. Like all cannabinoid molecules, it interacts with the endocannabinoid system in the human body. But because CBD isn’t psychoactive, it doesn’t produce the “high” commonly associated with its more famous cannabinoid cousin, THC. That means that CBD, which is often derived from hemp, or male cannabis plants, doesn’t produce the high that cannabis products are often associated with.
What is a tincture?
A field of non-psychoactive, industrial hemp, the male variety of the cannabis plant. (torstengrieger/iStock)
Tinctures are produced by steeping cannabis flowers or isolates in a high-proof grain alcohol, then applying low heat for a significant span of time. This allows the active compounds in cannabis to infuse into the neutral spirit, much of which is then boiled off. The result is a potent liquid that delivers the effects of the cannabinoid molecules without any smoking or other form of combustion. In the growing consumer market, producers will often add carrier oils and other complementary ingredients, such as an orange oil to improve the taste of a tincture.
CBD can be administered in many forms, from smoking a cannabis strain that produces a lot of the molecule to consuming it in edibles. Among the most popular methods—especially for individuals trying a cannabis-based treatment for the first time—is through a tincture.
Tinctures can also be taken sublingually, or by applying them underneath the tongue. This method of delivering CBD tincture is already common in epilepsy treatments. Some research has found that this delivery method makes cannabinoids more easily and consistently available to the body than other oral alternatives.
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One of the main appeals of hemp oil tincture is its potential to help achieve inner balance, otherwise known as homeostasis. Homeostasis is the state of being where all of your internal functions are balanced, healthy, and working just as they’re meant to. Unfortunately, achieving this type of inner balance on your own isn’t always easy. Sometimes, you just need a little bit of support to help get your body on the right track, and CBD tinctures might be able to do that for you.
Our Tinctures contain THC Free CBD oil, and are third party lab tested. CBD Tinctures are a fast and effective way of taking a CBD. Palm Organix™ CBD Tinctures come in refreshing mint and tasty orange flavors. Just pick your flavor, populate your shopping cart, we have something for all CBD buyers!
How much CBD tincture oil should I take?
500mg 30ml Bottle will contain 16.67mg of cannabidiol oil in one dropper, 30 serving per bottle.
1000mg 30ml Bottle will contain 33.3mg of cannabidiol oil in one dropper, 30 serving per bottle.
1500mg 30ml Bottle will contain 50mg of cannabidiol oil in one drop, 30 serving per bottle.
Consumers are estimating their servings based on the recommendations from certain CBD brands, or the company from which they bought their CBD Tinctures The worst-case scenario is that someone bases their CBD oil dosage on the recommendation of a friend who considers themselves to be an expert on all things cannabis-related.
The tricky part is that they are available in different sizes and concentrations. For example, a 30ml CBD tincture bottle may contain 500mg of CBD. Yet another 30ml CBD tincture bottle may only have 300mg.
Furthermore, as a person matures and their bodies change, so do the receptors in his or her endocannabinoid system. Therefore, if a person finds their optimal serving of CBD Tincture when they are 30, the same CBD Tinctures serving may not be ideal as they age.