Honey Cannabis Concentrate CBD Tinctures
CBD tinctures use CBD isolates extracted from the flower, stalk, and leaves of Cannabis sativa – similar to regular CBD oil – but through the use of alcohol instead of CO2 extraction. Other tinctures may also use vinegar or glycerin as a stripping agent instead of alcohol. Still, the most significant difference is that a tincture will use a liquid solvent to grab CBD isolates while commercial CBD oil utilizes carbon dioxide.The benefits of using CO2 extraction over a stripping solvent include:Cost-effectiveness
Overall health and wellness is another substantial component in choosing a safer extraction method such as CO2 – many consumers may have a sensitivity to alcohol or alcohol-based products.
The Benefits of Cannabis Oils, Tinctures and Tears
Although the use of tinctures, oils and tears is not as prevalent as it was in the past, when it was once were the most prescribed form of cannabis medication at the time. Tinctures, oils and tears are still favoured by medical cannabis patients who have the need to medicate without wanting to feel the psycho-active or “high” feelings associated with cannabis or THC. This concentrated liquid form of cannabis offers users plenty of benefits, whether they be therapeutically, versatility or discretion. Tinctures, oils and tears are quickly absorbed through the blood stream, making them fast acting and allowing a shorter time period for the cannabinoids to connect to receptors. What also makes cannabis tinctures great is that they are odor-free, making them especially discreet. Medical or recreation users are able to medicate safely without disturbing others. Health-wise, cannabis tinctures are considered one of the safest ways to use medical cannabis. Since tinctures are primarily used orally or topically, compared to traditional smoking, tinctures, oils and tears users are able to avoid the negative side-effects associated with smoking, such as the carcinogens and toxins in the smoke.
How To Use Cannabis Oils, Tinctures and Tears
Tinctures, oils and tears are very multi-purpose and have almost endless opportunities to be applied. Cannabis tinctures, oils and tears are most commonly used sublingually – this method allows for the quickest absoption of THC into your bloodstream, which in turn advances the amount of time required for users to feel the full effects, in the shortest amount of time. The sublingual method involves dropping an ideal or prescribed dosage under the tongue, and to wait roughly 30 seconds before swallowing the tinctures, oils and tears. They can also be easily used by dropping the predetermined dosage onto your tongue and instantly swallowing. What makes tinctures, oils and tears even more versatile and if not easier-enjoyable, is that they simply be added into your favourite food or beverages because the