The most important difference between these two types of tincture is the presence of THC. Broad-Spectrum CBD Tinctures are 0.00% THC. They will not cause you to fail a drug test. Full-Spectrum CBD Tinctures contain trace amount of THC (under 0.3% THC). This will not get you high, but it may cause you to fail a drug test. Our Broad-Spectrum CBD Tincture Vanilla contains 0.00% THC; learn more by reading the Lab Results for this product.
-750mg: 25mg per serving (small dose)
-1500mg: 50mg per serving (medium dose)
-3000mg (1 oz. tincture) & 6000mg (2 oz. tincture): 100mg per serving (large dose)
So, just what IS a tincture?
Commonly referred to as “CBD Oil”, a CBD tincture is CBD in liquid form. CBD extracts (isolate or distillate) are infused into medium-chain triglycerides (MCT oil) from coconuts, which serves as a carrier oil. Tinctures are ingested orally. Fill the syringe on your dropper to 1ml and squirt under your tongue. Hold under your tongue for 60-90 seconds before swallowing, and with the Broad-Spectrum CBD Tincture Vanilla, that’s easy to do!
Why use a tincture?
Tinctures are the most common delivery method to take CBD and the one we recommend for daily use. Tinctures have higher bioavailability than products like gummies, drinks, softgels, and capsules. CBD that you simply eat or swallow must be digested. Your liver must process the CBD before CBD is circulated in your bloodstream. CBD is absorbed into your bloodstream more quickly under the tongue. You have a network of endocannabinoid receptors under your tongue, so this is an efficient method for getting CBD into your system.
We use MCT oil from coconut, because it is arguably the healthiest option and because it has the widest approval rating for taste among customers. Some companies use hemp seed oil, but it performed the worst in our taste tests.
Will it get me high?
CBD is non-psychotropic and should not get you high. Full-Spectrum CBD Tinctures contain less than 0.3% THC, and also should not get you high, but may cause you to fail a drug test.
You can learn more about the origins of the tincture here!