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One of the quickest, easiest ways to get your daily CBD Oil is in these great CBD Drops! Simply squirt a few drops into your mouth and you are good to go!
Many people prefer CBD drops and CBD tinctures as they are one of the easiest ways to take Hemp CBD Oil. These products are also some of the easiest ways to measure your serving. Generally, all bottles have a "Serving Size" on them which equate to drops. Once you find this info on the package, you can determine how many milligrams of CBD are in each drop.
Generally speaking, 1 ml will equate to 20 drops. Each dropper might be slightly different, so do validate and verify your particular dropper if there are not any milliliter markings along the side.
Once you've determined how many milligrams of CBD you need, you can determine how many drops you need of any given brand/product. We normally recommend that you take the recommended "SERVING SIZE" on the label of the bottle for a beginning indication as to how much you should take. These "food supplement" labels are required by the FDA and really make some sense as they do also apply to CBD Drops.
The products and brands we represent begin with organically grown industrial hemp plants. Through various extraction methodologies and processes, they harvest their plants and then create their preferred type of extract. Some will use CO2. Others will use ethanol. Ice water extraction is growing in popularity, as well. We also feature some brands that utilize spagyric as well as ionization methods.
That extract is then put into a form of base liquid. The majority of drops on the market will utilize a type of coconut oil called MCT oil. Some other types include hemp seed oil, apricot kernel oil, and vegetable glycerin. There are many more base oils that can be used, as well as alcohols like ethanol.
CBD Oil Drops and Tinctures can be taken straight, or with food, and are normally put and held under the tongue for approximately 60 to 90 seconds, and then swallowed. This is what is meant when an oral tincture is mentioned.
They can be put into most any beverage or smoothie, as well. Natural or Unflavored Drops can taste somewhat like a hemp plant, so be prepared.
One of the best aspects of CBD Hemp Oil Drops is that they are easy to work with in determining exactly how much CBD you need to achieve the desired effects. For instance, the recommended serving sizes on each product is a great starting point for how much CBD oil someone might want to take.
By determining the drops' concentration by looking at the serving size on the bottle, you can determine how many drops to take to obtain the necessary milligrams of CBD. It is recommended that you take this amount for 2-3 days consistently. Then, either increase or decrease the amount of CBD milligrams by increasing or decreasing the number of drops, as desired.
There are three main types of extracts used in hemp CBD tinctures. Those types of oils will be touched upon right now.
The first and most popular type is a full spectrum hemp extract. What that means is that the entirety of the naturally occurring cannabiniods, like CBD, CBG, CBN, CBC, THC, etc, along with beneficial plant compounds like fatty acids, phytosterols, and flavonoids will be found in that product. The amounts and types of additional cannabinoids may vary between brands, as well as between batches, as there are many variables that go into growing organic hemp. A full spectrum CBD tincture will contain those minor cannabinoids and other plant compounds found in the original extract.
The next step on that process is called a broad spectrum hemp extract. A broad spectrum tincture uses a full spectrum hemp oil that has undergone what is called THC remediation, or the removal of THC during processing. This means that you will be able to still capitalize on the entourage effect without consuming THC. For some this THC free oil tincture is preferred due to their unique situation or a preference they have.
Thirdly, there are quality products made from CBD isolate. These CBD oil tinctures will contain only pure CBD along with their base oil and any additional ingredients used. Isolate based CBD drops will not contain a range of cannabinoids like the other two will, and for some this an ideal product for their individual needs. A cannabinoid by itself is still a beneficial cannabinoid, and many will find relief utilizing them.
Cannabidiol, or CBD, can be administered in many forms. One of the most popular ways to take cannabis based products in in the form of a tincture. Traditionally, a tincture is a botanical or medicinal ingredient(s) concentrated and suspended in alcohol. Today, a CBD tincture means just about any type of solution containing CBD extract that can be served with a dropper or pump top. The most popular tincture bases are MCT Oil, Olive Oil, Hemp Seed Oil, and Vegetable Glycerin. Other options, like Grape Seed Oil, Apricot Kernel Oil, Avocado Oil, and more, are also available on the market.
The ideal way to consume a CBD tincture is to administer a serving under your tongue, holding it there for 60-90 seconds, or longer if desired, and then swallowing. Meaning, Yes, you do swallow CBD tinctures.
We generally will stick to the recommended serving sizes utilized by the manufacturer. The reason for this is that we are not able to give a recommendation that could be considered medical advice.
It is common for many that when beginning with a new product to start with a small serving size, and progressively increasing the amount until one finds their 'sweet spot', or the optimum serving size for that person's unique needs.
The most common storage recommendations are to keep opened drops in a cool, dark location. It is certainly possible to keep your CBD drops in the fridge. However, some base oils used may become harder to work with at cooler temperatures, and you will want to keep that in mind with the product you are using.
There is a general rule of thumb, and that is that there are approximately 20 drops in one milliliter of CBD tincture. However, this can vary depending in the manufacturer of the dropper. Some droppers will come with markings to indicate the amount of fluid inside to make that process easier.
Consistency is key when taking any sort of supplement or medication. We do suggest using the product daily to experience the full benefits of the hemp plant through a CBD tincture. We also suggest speaking with your physician for further specific serving suggestions for your unique situation.
As of the writing of this answer, No, you cannot purchase CBD tincture products on Amazon. Ingestible hemp CBD products go against their terms of service.
The hemp products advertised on Amazon are deceptively labels with terms like 'full spectrum', or the number of milligrams of hemp oil, among others. The reason this is deceptive is that they are advertising the use of hemp seed oil and not CBD rich hemp oil. While hemp seed oil has numerous benefits and people do see results using those products, if you are looking for genuine hemp CBD, Amazon is not the place to find it.