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CBD Oil Tinctures — What Are They And Why Should You Add Them To Your Inventory

CBD has been at work delivering its therapeutic and calming effects to users for a long time, some saying it made its way to the scene in the 80s while others believe it’s been around for centuries. Regardless, in today’s world, almost an endless number of formulations and products are available, all promising the best and most effective dose of CBD. 

Tinctures have remained somewhat mysterious over the years, possibly due to their apothecary-style packaging but likely also because of how you take them — just a few drops under the tongue at a time. This article will uncover the mystery of CBD oil tinctures, including what they are, why you should add them to your inventory, and how effective they are for CBD users.

What Are CBD Oil Tinctures?

If you’re visiting a dispensary or CBD store for the first time, you’ll likely be blown away by the large variety of hemp products available. You’ll find oils, creams, edibles, lubricants, and CBD oil tinctures. But what are tinctures, and how do you use them? Consider this your crash course on CBD oil tinctures, and hopefully, we’ll be able to answer all of your questions.

First, any herbal tincture is made using a mixture of alcohol and water to extract compounds from a plant. For CBD oil tinctures, that plant is hemp. Traditionally CBD tinctures can be made in a couple of different ways. First, it can be made by soaking a natural element in alcohol to dissolve the plant matter and extract the valuable product you’re looking for.

With modern-day CBD tinctures, however, most are made using a cannabinoid extract with a carrier oil. This method includes solvents, a CO2 process, and some level of distillation. Each of these extraction methods has its own benefits. For example, supercritical CO2 extraction makes a cleaner product free of solvents while leaving terpenes and other delicate cannabinoids intact.

Let’s dive into some of the different CBD tinctures you can get. 

Different types of CBD Oil Tinctures

There are three primary types of CBD oil tinctures your clients will expect to see on your shelves. 

CBD Isolate

Isolate tincture contains only the CBD cannabinoid and carrier oil.

Broad-Spectrum CBD Tinctures

Broad-Spectrum CBD tinctures contain the terpenes and cannabinoids found in hemp but have no THC.

Full-Spectrum CBD Tinctures

Full-spectrum tinctures contain the full spectrum of terpenes and cannabinoids found in hemp, including trace amounts of THC (0.3% is the legal limit).

CBD tinctures also vary in potency levels and carrier oils used, in addition to the extraction process, so do your research when exploring which ones to order from your CBD manufacturer.

What’s the difference between CBD vs. THC Tinctures?

CBD tinctures are typically derived from hemp, while THC tinctures come from marijuana. Both CBD and THC are cannabinoids that can be found in all types of plants under the cannabis family, but hemp has a higher concentration of CBD. Marijuana, on the other hand, tends to have a higher level of THC. 

Some tinctures often have both CBD and THC. For example, as mentioned above, a full-spectrum CBD tincture might include a small fraction of THC in its formula. Similarly, a THC tincture will likely have some concentrations of CBD. 

Whether you choose a CBD or THC tincture or maybe a hybrid of the two depends on why you’re taking the tincture. Typically people prefer CBD tinctures for specific therapeutic properties without intoxicating effects. On the other hand, clients choose THC tincture because they want to feel those intoxicating effects it’s known for.

Why use tinctures?

With so many ways to enjoy cannabis, you might be wondering why tinctures? Some specific perks come with taking CBD oil tinctures vs. other products. They are convenient, quick, discrete, and allow for accurate dosing.

Tinctures Offer Convenience

Tinctures are so easy to take. All you do is place a few drops under your tongue, and you’re good to go! You don’t need any other accessories. 

Tinctures Are More Discreet

Tinctures are a discrete way to get your dose of CBD. Though many people like to smoke, tinctures offer the benefit of being odorless and easy to take. If you suffer from respiratory issues, tinctures might be the way to go!

Tinctures Offer More Precise Dosing

Smoking cannabis or using creams and lotions can make it difficult to know precisely how much CBD or THC you might be getting. But with tinctures, the cannabinoids you’re after are suspended in a carrier substance, which means you can get a good idea of how many milligrams you’re getting. With just a few drops, you can get a pretty exact dosage.

Choose Sawyer Labs For Your CBD Oil Tinctures Needs

Do you want amazing CBD oil tinctures that you can customize? Sawyer Labs handcrafts every CBD product we create in-house using only the highest-quality raw materials and CBD produced in America. We have a team of experts to develop, formulate, and make all of your products in our FDA-approved facility to ensure the highest purity level. Sawyer Labs has state-of-the-art equipment, on-site chemists, and even in-house CBD experts, allowing us to quickly and efficiently fulfill orders. Our personal account reps will provide you with everything you need, from label creation to formulation. As a result, we make it easier than ever to grow your CBD business. 

When it comes to our CBD oil tinctures, we offer nothing but the best. Here are some options you can choose from:

Ingredients List: MCT Oil &/or Hemp Oil, Hemp Cannabinoid (CBD) Extract, Proprietary Terpene Blend, Natural Flavors (optional), Stevia (optional)

CBD Options: Full Spectrum, Broad Spectrum, Isolate

Flavors: Natural, Orange Cream, Vanilla, Lemonade, Mint

Potency Options: 500 mg, 1000 mg, 2000 mg

At Sawyer Labs, each product will meet your CBD potency requirements. We take pride in our products and will ensure that every tincture bottle comes to you looking professional, leak-free, with straight labels, and FDA compliant. Ready to place your order? Get started here. 

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