Tinctures are best for persons who need to administer higher dosages of drugs while remaining discreetly medicated. Tinctures include psychoactive (THC) and non-psychoactive (CBD) properties. Patients frequently combine their Tincture with one of our edibles or cannabis strains to provide complementary medicinal advantages.

Tinctures are an excellent springboard into medicinal and recreational applications. They may be consumed in a variety of ways, including orally and sublingually, as well as being added to foods and beverages like dressings.

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Before there were pharmaceuticals, traditional medicines such as herbal teas were commonly employed to cure illness and maintain health. And tinctures were a frequent kind of those natural medicines in the past.

What is a tincture?

Tinctures are herbal extracts that are liquid and highly concentrated, prepared by soaking herbs in alcohol, vegetable glycerin, or oil.

Tinctures are simple to prepare and have a long shelf life, making them a good choice for cannabis consumption, especially for individuals who don’t want to smoke.

Tinctures are ingested orally, so they go through the body and then the liver before reaching the circulation, resulting in a delayed onset of effects that can last anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour. However, if you put a tincture under the tongue, it will go straight to the bloodstream without passing through the liver.

When one inhales cannabis products, it goes straight into the bloodstream and has a quicker impact than smoking them.

Tinctures are measured with droppers. This gives you the flexibility to gradually increase and tailor your dose based on your demands, from 2.5 mg to 10 mg to 20 mg and beyond, depending on your needs.