RVDCBD Cannabidiol (CBD) is available in many different forms, from Topicals to Gummies, Smokable Concentrates or Raw Flowers; however, CBD Tinctures are the most versatile and most effective other than smokables. This guide will help you understand how to maximize benefits of CBD tincture. Learn everything you need to know about CBD tincture use, how they work in your body, and what to look for when shopping around. As an added bonus, read about the world of CBD tincture mixology with other CBD products, food, and beverages.
Correct CBD Tincture Use
First, taking drops under your tongue (aka sublingually) is one of the most productive ways to take CBD. The blood vessels under your tongue, which are many, drop the CBD straight into your bloodstream instantly without any potency lost to digestion.
Secondly, not all Tinctures have the same potency or concentration. Make sure you know what you’re taking. If you’re a beginner, start with a low dose and slowly increase the amount you take until you feel your desired results. If you’re taking tinctures made from oils, you may notice better results if you eat or drink something containing fats 30 minutes prior to putting it under your tongue.
Fatty Foods We Recommend
- Fatty Fish
- Dark Chocolate
- Whole Eggs
- Coconut oil
Frequency is Key
The modern world has us conditioned for immediate gratification. Some of the best things in life take time, like CBD. For CBD to do its magic in your system two things need to happen. First, you need to take it daily. Most health clinics will tell you, to take it for 5-7 days and stop for two, so you can feel the difference.
Why do you need to take it daily?
CBD tag teams with our body’s Endocannabinoid system (ES). The ES according to Project CBD (a nonprofit which promotes and publicizes CBD research) is a “biochemical communication system in the human body…which plays a crucial role in regulating our physiology, mood, and everyday experience.” When your body doesn’t perform its proper functions, you lose homeostasis, the stable balance, things get out of whack; this is when chronic issues rise like Fibromyalgia, IBS, and Migraines.
Chronic sufferers need maximum potency; any old tincture won’t cut it. To put a dent in chronic pain, you need CBD tincture 1000mg or higher. Thank fully RVDCB comes in 1500mg and 3000mg. Also because chronic issues usually come in groups, it is extremely important you check with your doctor first. CBD can interact with some medications, and your safety is priority.
What Are CBD Tinctures Used For?
Because CBD tag teams with the body’s Endocannabinoid System, CBD Tinctures can help regulate things like:
- Temperature regulation
- Pain, and
Using CBD Tincture For PTSD, Depression, and Anxiety
In several studies published by the National Library of Medicine (NLM) CBD has shown to reduce symptoms in adults with PTSD, Anxiety, and Depression. But don’t take our word for it; sift through the NLM findings and read their conclusions to see for yourself.
CBD for Pain and Inflammation
Some people struggling with pain and inflammation resort to restrictive diets. Taking CBD oil with these healthy, low-carb, high-fat diets might boost the relief you’re looking for, and the stress and anxiety that often piggybacks uncontrolled pain.
CBD Tincture Vs Oil: What’s The Difference?
CBD tinctures and CBD Oils are the liquid forms of CBD. They differ only in how they are processed. Some companies will tell you CBD processed with Co2 produces a better CBD product and label it as CBD Oil; this is not only confusing but false, (National Library of Medicine—NLM). Solvent methods and Co2 extractions both produce oils. The method chosen for processing boils down to what is being targeted. It’s a matter of chemistry where like dissolves like. If you want to take out the THC, then you use a compound that doesn’t dissolve THC and incorporate it into the liquid. If you only want CBD or CBG you choose compounds that will dissolve them.
Finding A Tincture You Can Trust
RVDCBD Product Detail Page
It’s important to find unbiased and trusted sources; that’s why RVDCBD recommends you always read the labels.
- What labels ought to provide?
- This is proof the products were tested by third party independent labs
- Being published should allow for easy access to the results as well
- Being able to see all the ingredients before buying puts you in control of what goes in your body and knowing what it may interact with.
CBD in Foods and Drinks
While consumers of RVDCBD Tincture have never reported an unpleasant aftertaste, there is an entire world of possibilities with food and drink that can boost the effects of CBD. However, some temperatures can compromise CBD compounds. Avoid boiling liquids and baking temperatures above 350℉/176℃; all plants shrivel at 350℉/176℃ and above. The shrivel effect is the loss of liquids and nutrients like CBD.
Want the whole F-ing show, but don’t want to smoke? CBD TEA is your answer. But STOP! Keep your warm cup of goodness below 350℉/176℃ to retain the whole show.
On the flip side, freezing temps are CBD’s best friend. Smoothies work especially well. A quarter cup of healthy fat, a few fresh fruits, and veggies, and voila—a meal replacement fit for a professional athlete or anyone looking to boost nutrition while counting calories. Also, because CBD breaks down with any kind of oxidation, heat, UV rays, and contact with the air, foods prepared with CBD should be stored in the fridge in a dark container or freezer (for foods to be consumed later). Why bother with CBD in foods? Studies have shown, CBD consumed with foods and beverages helps with absorption into the body.
Mixing CBD Tincture With other CBD Products
While RVDCBD has some of the most potent products on the market, you might still be looking for a boost. Try adding RVDCBD Tincture to your joint. We recommend our Yin Yang Bundle. With it, you can add a few drops of RVDCBD Tincture to raw Remedy Flower or Purple Sunset, or any of the smokables for an added boost. And don’t forget our organic Raw Rolling Papers either.