CBD tincture is a CBD oil that can be dropped directly onto the tongue from a dropper, or added to food or drink. In general, most CBD oils are tinctured, which is the oldest and most fluid type on the market.
The most common way to use it is to put a few drops on the back of the tongue and swallow it. It is said to be more effective if you wait a minute or two before swallowing to allow the ingredients to penetrate the capillaries on the back of the tongue.
It can also be consumed in drinks and foods that match the flavors.
A major reason CBD tincture is chosen is safety first. CBD tincture with a very basic blend among many CBD products. It is a simple formulation that combines flavors such as MCT oil and coconut oil, and there is no need to use compounds that harm the body because of its structure. Because it is easy to drink, it is a product that is also used in hospitals.
In addition, the high absorption rate and fast-acting properties are also the reasons why CBD tincture is chosen. Because the component is absorbed in the capillaries on the back of the tongue, CBD can be sent directly to the blood without going through the stomach or digestive organs. Therefore, it has a faster effect than edible products and has a higher absorption rate.
Because it is the most basic CBD product, it is recommended for CBD beginners and those who want to continue using it for a long time.
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