Designed to be held underneath the tongue for 15-60s. our CBD Oil tinctures can also be put into foods and even be applied topically for topical inflammation and pain relief. Compared to vaporization, the effects of tinctures take a little bit longer to be felt, but they last longer as well. Often a combination of long acting tincture and short acting vaporization of CBD can be a great combination for dealing with management of more serious issues.
They also provide the best “bang for your buck”, especially in the largest, most concentration versions. For example, some of our most consistent online customers take roughly 40-60mg CBD per day, which is just 2-3 dropper-fulls of our advanced tincture formula. Using our 2oz Advanced Hemp Flower Extract (best value), this will only cost you $2.40-$3.60/day and last 40-60 days per bottle.
Supreme Formula: 63mg-CBD/dropper-full (0.5mL). Best value for money, best formula for pain.
Advanced Formula: 21 mg-CBD/dropper full (0.5mL). Comes in 1/2oz (700mg cannabinoids), 1oz (1400mg) and 2oz (2800mg) versions.
Original Formula: 7 mg-CBD/dropper-full (0.5mL). Comes in 1/2oz (225mg cannabinoids), 1oz (450mg) and 2oz (900mg) versions.
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If you’re using CBD, even if it’s a full spectrum product, the chances that you’ll fail a drug test due to the detection of THC is extremely low. Still, if you like to be more cautious, you can use this article as a guide so that you can experience CBD with as low of a risk as possible.
Could CBD with THC Show Up in a Urine Test?
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Use our handy chart to compare our tinctures in terms of value, and learn how to avoid some common misunderstandings related to bottle size and cannabinoid concentration.
by Alex | June 27, 2018 | Featured, Hemp | 0 Comments
It is illegal for patients taking cannabis medicines which contain delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) to drive. This is because THC can affect the cognitive and motor skills necessary for safe driving, such as attention, judgment, memory, vision and coordination.
Cannabis medicines are pharmaceutical-grade products containing active cannabinoids, which can cause impairment and affect fitness to drive. Whether it is illegal or appropriate for a person to drive after taking a cannabis medicine will depend on the type of medication prescribed.
Patients taking cannabidiol(CBD)-only medicines can lawfully drive if they are not impaired. As CBD can cause drowsiness, fatigue and lowered blood pressure, patients should discuss usage and risk of impairment with their treating doctor.
The below factsheet provide further information for patients about driving and cannabis medicines.