What are CBD tinctures?

A CBD tincture is a liquid supplement that is designed to be taken orally. The most common form of CBD tincture is an oil, which is made by extracting CBD from hemp plants. Hemp is a type of cannabis plant that is high in CBD and low in THC, the psychoactive compound that causes marijuana’s “high.”

CBD tinctures can also be made with full-spectrum CBD oil, which contains all of the compounds found naturally in the hemp plant. This includes trace amounts of THC, terpenes, and other cannabinoids. Full-spectrum CBD oil is believed to offer more health benefits than CBD isolate, as it provides a wider range of compounds.

How do you use CBD tinctures?

CBD tinctures are typically taken by placing the desired amount under the tongue and holding it there for 30-60 seconds before swallowing. This allows the CBD oil to be absorbed into the bloodstream more quickly. CBD tinctures are a convenient and effective way to take CBD oil, and they can be flavorless or infused with a variety of natural flavors.

If you’re looking for a convenient and easy way to use CBD, tinctures are a great option. They can be taken sublingually (under the tongue), added to food or drink, or applied topically. CBD tinctures are also easy to dose, so you can start with a small amount and increase as needed.

CBD tinctures are a great choice for those looking for the potential benefits of CBD without the psychoactive effects of THC. Shop our selection of full spectrum CBD tinctures below.


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