CBD is a hot and relatively new product that has become one of the most popular supplements in the country to date. It was legalized at the federal level in late 2018, and in less than a year, 1 in 7 Americans had tried it. This astoundingly high number, and when combined with trends that show CBD use potentially doubling every year, shows that the product is likely to grow in popularity.
However, the newness of the supplement, combined with the relative lack of government protections and regulations around the substance, has led to a wide array of confusion for users. There are so many different types of CBD and so many different ways of consuming it that many users aren’t quite sure what they are buying or what to expect when they do make a purchase.
To that end, it is absolutely worth taking a closer look at the different types of CBD. One such example is CBD Tinctures.
As noted above, CBD comes in a variety of different forms. These include:
CBD will also often come in other, less popular forms, like vaping juices or injectables.
A CBD Tincture is a specific way of consuming CBD. First, the CBD is extracted from the cannabis plant by standard methods, although this method will change depending on whether or not the CBD in question is Full or Broad Spectrum.
Once the CBD has been extracted, it is put through additional processing that usually involves essentially brewing it with high proof alcohol (don’t worry, this will not get you drunk when you consume it), then adding low heat. From there, the CBD is mixed with a holding agent, usually some sort of oil or flavored compound. This allows for the CBD to be placed into a liquid form that can be placed in a bottle and safely consumed by users.
The top of the bottle has a stopper which also doubles as a measuring unit. Users can then uncork the bottle and consume the liquid, using a set and easily measurable dose. The CBD itself is highly concentrated, so you don’t need to take much to get the full effect.
Tinctures are arguably one of the more popular methods of CBD consumption. This is for a variety of reasons, including their versatility, durability, and diversity. Some of the positives of tincture use include:
At SUPA Naturals, you can get many types of CBD Tinctures, including:
In addition to this selection SUPA Naturals has also recently launched a set of product specifically formulated for pets, including:
All of our tinctures are Full Spectrum. That means that these products include all of CBD’s naturally occurring compounds, including flavonoids, terpenes and other cannabinoids like THC. THC is short for tetrahydrocannabinol, which is a specific type of cannabinoid. It is most commonly associated with marijuana use; however, in keeping with federal law, our products contain no more than 0.3% THC, an amount that is far too low to result in any sort of intoxication. Our products are Full Spectrum CBD because this guarantees that our users will feel the impact of the Entourage Effect. This is the idea that CBD products work better with all of their naturally occurring compounds, including THC.
Additionally, all of our products come with a Certificate of Analysis. This is a test, performed by a third party vendor, that confirms that types of chemicals and their amounts in the CBD you purchase. Unfortunately, too many vendors try to lie to consumers, and we provide a Certificate of Analysis as proof that what we say is in the CBD can actually be found.
As you can see, CBD tinctures come with many positives and are a preferred method of consumption for beginners are experienced users alike. If you are interested in CBD tinctures, check out our Tincture page today.
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