300mg Broad Spectrum Hemp Extract Oil
This broad spectrum CBD tincture contains 300mg of phytocannabinoid rich CBD oil. Each bottle includes an oral dropper for easy dosing. One dropper equals 10mg of CBD oil per serving, with 30 servings per bottle. To use, place 1 dropper full under the tongue once daily, hold for 30 seconds, then swallow.
Hemp extract oil, MCT oil, naturally occurring cannabinoids and terpenes
What is A CBD Tincture?
A CBD tincture is a concentrated blend of phytocannabinoid-rich hemp cannbidiol oil (CBD oil) suspended in a carrier oil. In our case, our outstanding tincture is crafted with the utmost care to create a potent product that is rich in CBD and contains no THC—which means no highs—only balanced wellness.
What is a broad-spectrum CBD tincture?
What’s the difference between broad and full spectrum? There are two common types of CBD tinctures: broad spectrum and full spectrum. A full spectrum CBD offers all of the goodness that the hemp plant has to offer, like terpenes, cannabinoids (including CBD and THC), and terpenes. Together, these are thought to encourage an entourage effect that makes your CBD oil even more effective.
However, many people want the full benefit of the plant and entourage effect without THC. This could be because they want to avoid the psychoactive effects of THC or they are concerned that it could show up on a drug test.
Broad spectrum CBD products go through an extra process which completely removes the oil from the final product.
Our oils are broad spectrum, so you can enjoy the balanced wellness effects of CBD hemp extract without worrying about THC.
There is one more type of CBD product out there though, it’s referred to as CBD isolate. It is simply the CBD and contains none of the other benefits of the whole plants. It is cheap to produce and most believe not nearly as effective. Broad spectrum or full spectrum are the way to go for the most benefit.
Frequently Asked Questions
What does CBD mean?
CBD stands for cannabidiol, one of the cannabinoids found in the hemp plant.
How do I take a CBD tincture?
It’s simple to learn how to take CBD drops. Fill the included dropper about halfway, then place the oil under your tongue. Hold it there for 30-90 seconds before swallowing. If you’re looking for a solution to maintain your daily balanced wellness, take your CBD oil at the same time every day. If you use it to manage less predictable aspects of your life, take once or twice daily as needed.
How much CBD tincture should I take?
That depends on how potent your CBD oil is and the reason you’re taking it. It’s best to start with a small amount, like ¼ to ½ of a dropper, and work your way up over the course of a few days to find the ideal serving size for you.
How long does CBD tincture take to work?
This varies from person to person. What works for you may not work for someone else. Some people need to take CBD steadily over an extended period of days to feel its effects, while others are more immediate.
Can tinctures be used topically?
Yes! While that isn’t the main method of enjoyment for CBD tinctures, they work great as a topical lotion. If you find that salves or lotions just aren’t concentrated enough, try rubbing our CBD tincture on the skin for a more potent approach.
Do you have flavored broad-spectrum CBD oil?
We do! We have a peppermint flavored CBD oil. It tastes great and gives you a minty-fresh boost to boot.
Does CBD show up on a drug test?
Our broad-spectrum CBD oil will not show up on a drug test that tests for THC, as our oil contains no THC.
Full-spectrum CBD oil contains trace amounts of THC and may cause a failed drug test.
can cbd oil help with arthritis?
Taking cannabidiol promotes balance, wellness, and calmness. There are many CBD uses and benefits, but unfortunately, due to FDA regulations, we are unable to discuss the specific reasons that many people utilize it.
We cannot make any health claims or state that our product can help with, cure, treat or prevent a medical condition. Our products cannot prevent any disease. Our products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.