Please note, this product contains trace amounts of alcohol.
300 mg, 30 mL bottles
Product contains approximately 150 mg Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and 150 mg cannabidiol (CBD). These compounds are extracted from cannabis grown in fully controlled indoor environments, without the use of pesticides.
All MÜV Tinctures have a patented encapsulation technology for efficient dosing and can be dosed sublingually, as well as mixed with foods and liquids.
MÜV 1:1 Tincture offers relief from a variety of physical and psychological ailments because it’s a balanced mix of cannabinoids. This formulation provides the benefits of both THC and CBD, with less of the psychoactive effects commonly associated with THC. Because this tincture is water-soluble, it mixes well with liquids.
(All Natural): Vegetable Glycerin, Ethanol, Medium Chain Triglycerides, Water, Sunflower Oil, Oleic Acid, Natural Terpenes, and Quillaja saponaria Extract
Every person has a unique endocannabinoid system. Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps
Vapes can produce a strong cannabis high quickly, so exercise caution. Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps
Knowing your ideal THC dosage is like a weed passport. Once you’ve found the milligram range or THC percentage that works best for you, the vast world of cannabis is yours to explore. But in the same way that planning for a big trip requires time and effort, so does finding your dose.
Factors that may affect your experience
Vapes can produce a strong cannabis high with minimal effort, so it’s wise to exercise caution when trying vapes for the first time.
Smoking cannabis flower provides a quick onset of effects. You can expect to feel high within minutes of inhaling cannabis smoke, so you’ll know whether you consumed too much or too little fairly quickly. That high will then peak roughly 30 minutes after inhalation before tapering off for an hour or so.
The body processes THC differently when it’s ingested rather than inhaled. After digestion, the liver transforms THC into 11-hydroxy-THC, a compound that’s more potent, lasts longer, and has more sedating properties than THC. The effects of an edible can take anywhere from 30 minutes to two hours to kick in. Once they do, the effects can last for several hours depending on the dose and the consumer’s metabolism.
Bottom line: only seasoned, highly tolerant consumers should experiment with dabbing cannabis concentrates.
If you are targeting specific symptoms of a condition, taking an oil, capsule, or gummy might be a better way to obtain a higher, more concentrated dose.
One of the most popular ways to take CBD is as an oil. Such products are made by combining CBD with some type of carrier oil, such as coconut oil. Some more recently developed products include dietary supplements, foods, beverages, lotions, salves, and cosmetics.
Other CBD products are not FDA regulated and do not have officially recommended dosages. This can make it difficult to determine how much you might need, but there are some things you can consider that might help.
What Kind Should You Take?
Looking at the dosage information for the CBD product that has been FDA approved can also be helpful. For Epidiolex, an FDA-approved cannabis-derived medication used to treat seizures in people with certain types of epilepsy, the starting dosage is 5 milligrams per kilogram of body weight. This dose can later be increased to 5 mg per kilogram of body weight twice a day.
One report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) indicated that a number of people experienced negative unwanted side effects due to CBD products that contained synthetic CBD, although the products were not labeled as containing such ingredients.
In studies, amounts vary from as low as 20 milligrams per day to up to 1,500 milligrams (mg) per day. The World Health Organization reports that dosages in clinical research studies typically range between 100 and 800 milligrams per day.
While further research is still needed, there is some evidence that CBD may have some beneficial mental health effects. These include: