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If you have been weighing your options as far as the different ways to consume CBD, you may be wondering how CBD tinctures are different from CBD oil and similar products. After all, they're both liquid forms, and are both are often sold in dropper vials for micro-dosing. If you've found yourself struggling to understand the difference or trying to choose a CBD tincture, here are a few things that you should know.
Why Choose A CBD Tincture?
CBD can be consumed in many different ways, from oils and tinctures, to edibles and capsules. With so many options, why would you consider a tincture above all of the others? Tinctures are beneficial for a few different reasons.
The biggest reason why many people choose tinctures over other dosing methods is because of how quickly they take effect. Tinctures can be administered directly under the tongue, and when they absorb into the tissue, they are delivered directly to the bloodstream. Any remaining tincture that's not absorbed is swallowed and digested, so you get a more continuous effect.
The fact that tinctures absorb directly into the bloodstream allows them to take effect faster than most other dosing methods in which the entire dose must be digested first. For those seeking quicker relief of their symptoms, a CBD flavor tincture may be the perfect solution.
How Do You Choose A CBD Tincture?
Once you understand why a CBD tincture is preferred, you then have to choose the one that's right for your needs. With so many different choices in tinctures, this is easier said than done.
One of the first things you need to think about as you choose your tincture is the carrier oil that the CBD is mixed with. Carrier oils are chosen for various different reasons, including their ability to extend shelf life or their anti-inflammatory properties. Make sure you know what the carrier oil is in your tincture and why it was chosen.
The next thing you need to clarify is the potency of the oil. Every bottle of CBD tincture should clearly list the concentration of the CBD oil in the bottle. Lower-concentration bottles usually fall around 200 mg for the bottle, while the high-potency products can be in the thousands of milligrams per bottle.
As you can see, there are many things to know when you're considering CBD tinctures. Talk with a supplier near you today for more information and to find the tincture that's right for your needs.