With countless CBD-infused products available, from oils to bath bombs, dog treats, and even infused fabrics, CBD tinctures are still the first choice among people planning to supplement with CBD.
CBD tinctures are the most discreet and easiest way to begin your daily dose with CBD. But if you still doubt what effect does CBD tincture have? Read our post for more information on CBD tincture benefits and effects.
The hemp plant where CBD commonly is extracted and the marijuana plant has over 100 cannabinoids. CBD is a cannabinoid, other examples of cannabinoids found in the plant are THC, CBG, CBN, CBC, CBV.
CBD is short for cannabidiol, as a natural substance it can interact with the bodies endocannabinoid system (ESC).
CBD tinctures are made by soaking the plant material into a solvent, a more common procedure done by reputable CBD companies is CO2 extraction. This extraction is considered safe and clean compared to other extraction methods.
One of the benefits that a CBD tincture can offer is the effects can be felt much faster when compared to other CBD methods. When applied sublingually, it reaches the bloodstream more quickly since it bypasses the digestive system making it highly effective.
CBD can deliver its benefits in less than 30 min when applied sublingually and interact with ECS trough its receptors CB1 and CB2. Here we give you a list of the top benefits of CBD tincture:
Furthermore, CBD is showing promise for neurodegenerative problems, and thanks to anecdotal evidence, CBD methods are reaching more people looking for a more natural way to alleviate their symptoms.
There is still more research that CBD has to go under, and even do CBD is not a cure for all, it sure is the best option for a more natural approach to your health.
After CBD is extracted, there are three types of CBD made, and infused in different methods, including tinctures. Let's remember that when CBD is extracted, all the natural compounds found in the hemp plant are also extracted along with other cannabinoids. Remembering the difference between CBD oil types is essential when considering a CBD tincture´s effects.
When all cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids are present, this is called a Full spectrum CBD oil; a characteristic that a full spectrum will offer is the presence in low amounts of THC, the cannabinoid so famous for its “high” effect. A Broad spectrum CBD oil is similar to a full spectrum, with the only difference being that it doesn´t include the cannabinoid THC. Then an Isolate CBD oil is just CBD, with no additional cannabinoids or other components.
One common question asked about CBD effects is, “will CBD get me high?” CBD is considered safe and has no psychoactive effects, like THC. In a full-spectrum CBD oil tincture, the effects of a high from THC should not be felt unless you are highly sensitive to this cannabinoid.
A full-spectrum CBD oil tincture is recommended when looking to reap the benefits that all cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids working together had to offer; this is also known as the “entourage effect”. For example, CBD may help mitigate some of THC's adverse effects, such as anxiety.
Also, CBD-THC ratio tinctures are becoming an excellent option for relieving symptoms like pain due to inflammation. THC, according to research, in small doses, has the potential to reduce anxiety and help with the side effects of chemotherapy.
You might have heard or read the famous slogan for CBD, “Start Low and Go Slow,” a simple way to recommend you begin your journey with any CBD method with a small dose, keep track of the effects, and gradually increase your dosage.
CBD tinctures are convenient CBD methods for daily dosage; they are infused in carrier oils like MCT oil, hemp oil, olive oil, or coconut oil. CBD is a lipophilic substance, so it's wise to have an oil that adds nutrients and makes CBD absorption much easier.
Also, CBD tinctures presentation makes your dosing, track the effects, and dosage increase much easier. CBD tinctures come with a graduated dropper that is simple to use; just shake your CBD tincture, then fill the dropper with the amount of CBD you want and place it beneath your tongue (sublingually). Keep it under your tongue for around 60-90 seconds, and drink water to swallow any oil left.
According to anecdotal evidence, 10 mg to 15 mg of CBD oil is recommended to begin your daily dose with CBD tincture. But factors like your weight, metabolism, tolerance to CBD, your health condition, and any medication you take should account for how much CBD you can take. As shared in Medical News Today, “ People who use other medications that can cause drowsiness should avoid or lower their dosage of CBD. Before mixing alcohol and other medicines with CBD, a person should ask their doctor whether it is safe.”
Our dosage calculator can help you with a more precise measure of CBD drops.
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CBD tincture is considered fast acting, when applied sublingually effects can be felt in less than 30 min. You can also add your CBD drops in food, drinks or even oils like olive oil for salad dressing.
CBD oil lipophilic property makes it ideal to have it with food rich in healthy oils, this helps CBD absorption rate much higher.
There are also side effects to be consider even do CBD is safe and non psychoactive; nausea, headaches, diarrhea, dry mouth, reduced appetite and fatigue, are some examples of side effects.
And even do CBD has wide benefits for different ailments, is still advised to visit your doctor and discuss whether CBD is an option for your health condition.