If you’re new to the world of CBD, cannabidiol oil, you may be wondering what the difference is between oral CBD tinctures and CBD oil. We’ve broken down the basics so you can find the best CBD product for your needs.
Tinctures are medicines in which a plant extract is dissolved in alcohol. They are usually administered sublingually, by placing a few drops under the tongue. Holding the liquid in that spot for up to 60 seconds allows the CBD to be rapidly absorbed into the bloodstream.
This method allows for quick absorption and means you can be enjoying the benefits of CBD faster than other methods of consumption. Oral CBD tinctures can also be added to food or drink. Why not add it to your morning cup of tea or coffee? We offer a range of exciting flavours so you can personalise your CBD experience.
CBD oil is created by extracting CBD from the cannabis plant and diluting it in a carrier oil. CBD oil is often used topically. By applying directly to the skin, the CBD oil can soothe complaints such as acne or scarring. The presence of oil also makes it moisturising and soothing. It is often added to creams or balms for an instant calming effect. CBD tinctures are not used in this way.
Oils and tinctures are the most commonly known methods of consuming cannabidiol oils. At Ace CBD, we offer different strengths so you can customise your experience and find the right dose. We also offer a wide range of edibles and topical CBD products in our online shop. From CBD gummy sweets to 30ml oral tinctures, you’re sure to find the best product for you