Tinctures have been around for centuries, and are one of the easiest ways to use natural chemicals found in plants. A tincture is a fancy word for a type of liquid treatment where the roots, flowers, bark, berries, and other plant parts have been soaked in alcohol or vinegar, or in an oil. The plant parts get soaked for days or even weeks, so the chemicals can become infused in the liquid. The liquid is then strained out and stored in glass jars. Cannabidiol tinctures are extremely easy to take, as most are consumed by putting a drop or two on your tongue. Full spectrum oil tinctures have few negative side effects, but even so, it’s important to understand what they are so you can consume tinctures safely and effectively. Many tinctures can cause adverse side effects if taken with the wrong medication, or allergic reactions, tincture tongue burns, or gastrointestinal side effects, so it’s important to keep these things in mind when taking tinctures.
Full spectrum oil tinctures have become more popular with the rise in natural medicine over the past few decades. The FDA considers tinctures to be a type of supplement, as they use natural ingredients. CBD, CBG, and CBN full spectrum oil tinctures (non-psychoactive cannabinoid chemicals) are especially popular, as these natural chemicals work effectively to reduce muscle aches, aid in restful sleep, lower stress levels, and promote overall balance and well-being. The human body has special receptors for these compounds, known as endocannabinoids, which makes the use of CBD or CBN more effective.
If you want to learn more about Verda Hemp’s CBD, CBG, or CBN full spectrum oil tinctures, or want to try our tinctures, contact us today for more information.
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