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A few simple ingredients and some patience are all you need to make a CBD tincture at home. Here’s an easy recipe to get you started.
When using CBD tinctures, many people report relaxing or rejuvenating effects. Tinctures offer all the benefits of CBD in a discreet, easy-to-consume format. They don’t need to be smoked or vaporized, and they can be easily added to food or administered under the tongue. The dropper bottles themselves are very small, making them easy to conceal in a purse or pocket. Because tinctures are taken a few drops at a time, it is easy to adjust your dose with precision.
Understanding CBD tinctures.
How to Use CBD Tinctures
Since CBD is non-psychotropic and won’t get you high, it is legal in most places. Of course, it’s always best to check your local laws. Generally, if your CBD tincture is made with hemp (which contains little-to-no THC), you shouldn’t have a problem. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), CBD is not addictive, and is generally safe and well-tolerated.
Homemade CBD tinctures are made by soaking hemp or cannabis plant material in alcohol. The alcohol may or may not be heated to encourage extraction. Vinegar or vegetable glycerine can be used instead of alcohol. However, alcohol will give a more potent result.
CBD tincture and CBD oil share a lot common:
Commercial CBD tinctures are usually made using either an alcohol or CO₂ extraction method. The latter creates a highly purified CBD isolate that is then infused into a carrier base, often an oil.
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