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What is CBD oil?
Most commonly packaged in small dark bottles with built-in droppers, CBD oil tinctures are one of the most popular ways to consume cannabidiol (CBD). Most CBD oil tinctures contain anywhere from 10mg per ml to 100mg per ml of CBD and are most often taken sublingually (under the tongue). Some of the reasons CBD oil consumption is so ubiquitous include:
- CBD oil tinctures are a convenient and discreet way to consume CBD. You can carry a bottle of CBD oil just about anywhere and it takes just seconds to dose.
- Your body metabolizes more CBD when you take a CBD oil tincture sublingually compared to some other ingestion methods, such as CBD gummies or other edibles.
- CBD oil tinctures offer a more accurate titration method than just about any other form of CBD consumption. With a tincture you can adjust your dose down to the drop to ensure you are taking the same size dose every time.
- CBD tinctures are one of the most affordable ways of consuming CBD. The cost to produce CBD oil and infuse it into a carrier is usually lower than the added steps of turning the product into an edible or capsule.
- CBD oil tinctures have a longer shelf life than flower or edibles. A bottle of CBD oil that is properly closed and stored so that it is not exposed to oxygen or light can last up to a year.
- You can choose between a full spectrum, broad spectrum or THC-free product.
The difference between full spectrum, broad spectrum and THC-free CBD
Consumers now have access to a wide range of CBD oil products to fit their budget and lifestyle requirements, but the different ways these products are labeled can be confusing.
Full Spectrum: A full extraction of all cannabinoids and terpenes is infused into the carrier oil. A full spectrum CBD oil will typically contain a small amount of THC (under .3%) as well as other beneficial cannabinoids and terpenes that create what is known as the entourage effect.
Broad Spectrum: Similar to Full Spectrum, however the THC has been removed making it a THC-free product.
THC-Free/Isolate: A THC-free CBD oil is a product that is made by infusing isolated CBD into a carrier oil or combination of carrier oils. THC-free products are typically sought out by customers who want to experience the benefits of CBD but without a lower possibility of failing a drug test. CBD isolate powder can also be used by consumers to make their own CBD oil tinctures, edibles or CBD capsules.
The health benefits of consuming CBD oil
Unfortunately due to federal regulations we are unable to express our well-informed opinion on this matter. However, what we can say is that there is a plethora of scientific and anecdotal data available to consumers who are trying to decide whether CBD is right for them.
Is CBD oil safe?
Another question that is tricky to answer for legal reasons, but consider these facts:
- The United States government owns patent# 6,630,507, which covers “the potential use of non-psychoactive cannabinoids to protect the brain from damage or degeneration caused by certain diseases, such as cirrhosis”, which also covers cannabinoids that are useful in treating things like Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and HIV dementia.
- In 2018 the World Health Organization issued a report that found no adverse health outcomes, but instead identified several medical applications for CBD. The report concluded that naturally occurring CBD is safe and well tolerated in both humans and animals and is not associated with any negative public health effects