What is CBD and CBD Tincture?

Expiry of CBD oils
Expiry of CBD oils
CBD tincture
CBD tincture

It is a well-known fact that cannabis is a Schedule I drug. Since there is a wide availability of cannabis-based therapeutic products, a person who is trying a cannabis-based therapeutic product for the first time can easily get lost in the plethora of the products available. Below shared are some details about CBD and a CBD product, the CBD tincture.  Read ahead to know more about CBD and CBD tincture.

Is CBD Psychoactive?

The abbreviation of CBD is Cannabidiol and it is one of the many compounds found in the cannabis plant that interact with our endocannabinoid system. CBD is not psychoactive like THC and is generally produced from hemp. Because it is not psychoactive, it has the potential for a wide assortment of medical uses.

The Uses of CBD

As mentioned earlier because of its potential for wide medical uses, researches are conducted across the globe on CBD and its effects. The most promising use of CBD from these researches is its potential use for pain relief. There are other known cases where CBD is used to reduce the symptoms of epilepsy. It is also used in the treatment of arthritis pain, and multiple sclerosis. It has also been observed to be used in cancer treatment. There is evidence of CBD usage in the treatment of obsessive-compulsive disorder and to reduce social anxiety disorder.

What Is CBD Tincture?

CBD is administered in many ways, from smoking to eating edibles. One of the most popular ways chosen by those who are trying the cannabis-based treatment is CBD tincture. The CBD tincture is available in liquid form. It is obtained by steeping hemp flowers in high-grade grain alcohol and heating it for hours to let the active molecules from the hemp flowers seep into the alcohol. The alcohol is then boiled off and we get a highly concentrated potent liquid. In the market, the producers add carrier oils to give different flavors to the CBD tincture.

How CBD Tincture is Administered?

CBD tincture is very potent and so, it is consumed in very small doses. Usually, CBD tinctures come along with a dropper so that the users can consume them in measured quantities. It can be consumed directly by putting it underneath the tongue. Because of the concentrated nature of CBD tincture, it can also be consumed in other ways. Users can add it to their liquid beverages like tea, coffee, soup, etc. It can also be mixed in meals as well.