What is a CBD Tincture?

CBD tinctures are typically used for oral consumption or for sublingual (beneath the tongue) administration. Typically, it will come in a small glass bottle with an eyedropper-type apparatus for precise dosing, please only purchase product in a dark colored – green, blue, or brown, glass bottle (this will help preserve the product). The best type of product with the most therapeutic benefits is to use full spectrum or broad-spectrum CBD tinctures. CBD requires a carrier oil to be present, this can be coconut oil, hemp seed oil, MCT (medium chain triglyceride) oil, and some are water based. The easiest way to use a CBD tincture is to place desired amount under your tongue, let the tincture penetrate for about one minute, and then swallow.

What Type of CBD Tincture Should I Use?

Your choices for tincture are full-spectrum, broad-spectrum and isolate. The type JPotter Health recommends depends on the client’s specific needs. A full-spectrum will have the most amount of CBD, minor cannabinoids, and terpenes present, a broad spectrum will also contain CBD, minor cannabinoids (minus THC), and terpenes. An isolate will only contain CBD. The advantage a broad and full-spectrum tincture offers is the entourage effect created by the presence of minor cannabinoids and terpenes.

How Do I Choose a Tincture?

Choosing a CBD tincture is much like choosing any other CBD product. As a consumer, you want to be informed and purchase the best quality product available that meets your needs. Working with JPotter Health, our CBD coach ensures the proper CBD oil tincture and dosage amounts are recommended based on your specific needs. Each individual has a unique endocannabinoid system, as well as existing medications, lifestyle factors and other components that can influence our recommendations.