Relax and Enjoy the Health Benefits of Our CBD Oil Tinctures
Whether you are interested in CBD’s relaxing effects or one of its many health benefits, you have several options for curating the perfect experience. Along with edibles and vapes, one of the most popular options for consuming CBD is using tinctures. At The Hemp Doctor, we offer a variety of CBD tinctures, including full-spectrum tinctures and CBD tinctures that are 100% THC-free.
How To Use CBD Tinctures and How They Work
What is a CBD oil tincture? A CBD tincture is a type of extract that produces a concentrated liquid containing CBD derived from hemp. When you buy a full-spectrum CBD tincture, the concentrate includes tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and all of the other cannabinoids and terpenes that exist naturally in hemp as well.
To use a CBD oil tincture, you use the dropper that comes with the bottle to place a small amount under your tongue. It is generally recommended that you keep the droplets under your tongue for about 90 seconds to two minutes. This allows the CBD to be absorbed by the blood vessels in your mouth. If you swallow the droplets immediately, they will need to go through your digestive system before you start to feel their effects.
The effects you experience when using a CBD tincture typically last about six to eight hours. CBD works by interacting with the receptors in your central nervous system. Using a CBD tincture—just like using any other CBD product—can help you relax and get better sleep, and it can help with managing the symptoms of a variety of mental and physical health conditions as well. This includes everything from anxiety and depression to Dravet syndrome and other forms of epilepsy.
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Tinctures offer a safe, discrete, and easy way to quickly experience the benefits of CBD. Both THC-free and full-spectrum CBD tinctures are available.
Will Using a CBD Tincture Get You High?
Using a CBD tincture will not get you high. Even in full-spectrum form, our hemp-derived CBD tinctures are non-psychoactive and non-habit-forming. By definition under the Farm Bill, hemp contains no more than 0.3% THC—which is the main psychoactive cannabinoid. This is not enough to get you high, so you can safely use our CBD oil tinctures without worrying about how they might impact your ability to interact with your surroundings. With that said, since tinctures are made with alcohol, it is possible to experience mild levels of intoxication, so it is always important to use CBD oil tinctures responsibly.
If you are interested in experiencing the psychoactive effects of THC along with the health benefits of CBD, you can learn about your options in our article that covers mixing CBD with THC.
CBD Oil Tinctures: A Quick, Smoke-Free and Vapor-Free Alternative
Many people are interested in trying CBD but are not interested in smoking or vaping. If you fall into this category, then a CBD tincture may be the perfect solution. Our CBD tincture bottles are small and discrete but last a long time, and they allow you to experience the benefits of CBD on your own terms.
Edibles are another option for individuals who are not interested in smoking or vaping, and our CBD edibles are extremely popular as well. But, one of the main benefits of using a CBD tincture overeating an edible is that you do not have to wait for the CBD to pass through your body’s digestive system (as long as you let the tincture rest in your mouth before swallowing). As a result, using a CBD tincture is a quicker alternative, and many people who use CBD to help them sleep prefer tinctures to edibles for this reason.
We offer THC-free and full-spectrum CBD oil tinctures with varying levels of potency. As with all CBD (and THC) products, the amount you consume will determine your experience. If you are new to using CBD oil tinctures, we recommend that you start with a small dose—just a drop or two under the tongue—and then after your first experience you can adjust accordingly.
Are CBD Oil Tinctures Legal?
At The Hemp Doctor, all of our CBD oil tinctures are fully compliant with federal law. Under the Farm Bill, which Congress passed in 2018, CBD products derived from hemp are legal as long as they do not contain more than 0.3% THC (which is the threshold for a plant to qualify as hemp rather than cannabis). We conduct in-house testing and work with an independent laboratory to confirm that all of our CBD oil tinctures are safe from both the health and legal perspectives.
How To Choose the Right CBD Tincture for You
With hemp-derived CBD now legal at the federal level—and with states across the country rolling out industrial hemp programs—there are lots of companies offering CBD oil tinctures in stores and online. So, how do you choose the right CBD tincture for you?
First and foremost, you need to choose a reliable source. You should choose a company that not only has been around for a long time, but also that has a strong reputation.
Second, you should choose a company that relies on independent laboratory testing. When buying a CBD oil tincture, you need to know that it is federally legal and free from any contaminants.
Third, you should choose a company that gives you options. There are a variety of types of CBD oil tinctures and flavors to choose from, and it is important to find a tincture that gives you the best experience possible.
The Hemp Doctor is known as one of the most trustworthy brands in the CBD industry. We work with an independent laboratory to thoroughly test all of our products for potency, contaminants, and federal compliance. We also offer a variety of CBD oil tinctures; so, no matter what type of experience you are after, you can find exactly what you want and have it shipped straight to your front door.
Final Thoughts on CBD Oil Tinctures
Using a CBD tincture is a great way to experience the benefits of CBD. It is quick, odorless, and discrete, and it allows you to carefully control your dosage. Whether you are experienced with CBD or you are interested in exploring all that CBD has to offer, a CBD oil tincture from The Hemp Doctor is the perfect choice for you.
Consume these products only as directed. This content is for informational or educational purposes only and does not constitute medical or legal advice.