What are CBD Tinctures?
Tinctures have been used for centuries, even before the medical era, and have become the main method used to treat many health problems. CBD tinctures are made in many ways.
One option is to soak cannabis flowers or isolates in a solvent such as vegetable glycerin or alcohol for several weeks, using heat until they form in a concentrated liquid state.
This allows the active ingredients in marijuana to flow to a neutral mind. This, in turn, produces a strong fluid carrying cannabinoid molecules in the carrier fluid. End users see the effects without smoking or burning.
If the extract is in liquid form, it can be rubbed directly under the tongue with a dropper. Every drop of CBD tincture counts, which is why knowing how to use it properly is so important.
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How do I get started with a tincture?
If this is your first time using a CBD tincture, it is advisable to swallow it one hour before bed as it is known to have a calming effect. Once your body is accustomed to the tincture, you can use it more freely during the day.
It is also best to consume CBD tinctures after meals or after a high-fat breakfast such as nuts and almonds, which are often 4-5 times faster than the absorption rate in the body. More importantly, before using it, you should consult your doctor.