Cannabis-based therapeutic products are becoming widely available and accepted, and the CBD Tincture is growing in popularity.
The CBD Tincture and other cannabis tinctures are becoming more widely available and accepted. Because treatments are all natural and have no psychoactive effects, the relief a tincture is becoming a preferred treatment for patients. Plus, tinctures allow for an effective cannabis dosing that is quick and convenient, putting the control back into the patient’s hands.
What’s a CBD Tincture?
CBD tinctures are made from high-CBD strains that are extracted from the plant. They are then soaked in an alcohol or oil base and created into a herbal medicine. Additionally, tinctures are low in calories and provide a smoke-free alternative.
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 cannabis to infuse into a neutral state. Lastly, this results in a potent liquid and used with a dropper. Sometimes tinctures can include other carrier oils such as coconut oil.
Furthermore, complementary ingredients are added for flavor and to decrease the potency.
Tinctures come with numerous benefits and contain roughly 10-25% CBD. Firstly, the high alcohol concentration intensifies the herb’s effects and expedites the absorption of its chemicals into the body. Secondly, alcohol or coconut oil base helps for preservation giving it a long-lasting shelf life so that your medicine can last you.
CBD Tinctures and Use
However, tinctures have shown to have many medical applications and more continue to be discovered as credible research arrives. In fact, CBD tinctures can be used to treat several other diseases and conditions like:
- Autoimmune diseases
- Bowel disorders
- Crohn’s Disease
- Multiple sclerosis (MS)
- Mad cow disease
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
How to Use CBD Tincture
An oral tincture is hands down the fastest way to get medicine into your system. In addition, it enters the bloodstream by bypassing the stomach and digestive system, making it purer, more potent and easier to digest.
So, here’s how to properly administer your CBD tincture:
- Squeeze a 2-4 CBD drops under your tongue with a dropper
- Measure out your recommended dosage.
- Move it around with your tongue a few times and take several very deep breaths through your nose.
- Swallow after about 30 seconds.
Although your CBD tincture is very low or has no THC, tinctures can be very heavy. Furthermore, if you find the tincture to be too potent in flavor, especially alcohol-based tincture, you can mix it with food or a drink to decrease the taste.
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