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CBD TINCTURE FAQs
What product do I choose?
What are the differences between Full-Spectrum and Isolate?
Full-Spectrum contains a small amount of THC, less than .3%. Not enough to feel high. Consuming Full-Spectrum CBD may test positive on highly sensitive drug screens. Isolate is considered THC free, and is a better choice if you are subjected to employer drug testing.
What are the differences between tinctures for pets and for humans?
What dose should I choose?
For more detail, please see the dosing card.
How often should I take it?
How long do I have to wait for it to work?
How long does it last?
SPECIALIZED TINCTURE FAQs
Our specially formulated tinctures are designed to enhance the benefits of specific cannabinoids, to help synergistic effects of different cannabinoids.
What are the differences between specialized tinctures and the standard tinctures?
Specialized tinctures are designed to enhance the effects of certain cannabinoids such as CBG, CBC, CBN. Please find information regarding each cannabinoid below.
What is CBC?
CBC has been shown to have a positive effect on brain function known as neurogenesis. CBC encourages the growth of new brain cells. CBC plays a significant role in inhibiting the growth of cancerous tumors. CBC has been shown to assist in protecting brain cells from oxidative damage (Anti-Proliferative).
What is CBG?
CBG (Cannabigerol). According to research, the benefits of CBG are promoting bone growth, Antidepressant, Anti-proliferative, Appetite stimulant, Anti-insomnia, Antibacterial, Anti-inflammatory, Anti-convulsive, Analgesia.
CBG has been shown to have an anti-anxiety effect. Studies show that CBG also acts as a muscle relaxer, and improve overall mood.
What is CBN?
CBN is best known for its sedative properties. It’s known to serve as an effective sleep aid. When combined with CBD and specific terpene combinations, both cannabinoid properties are enhanced. CBN has also been shown to be an effective appetite stimulant, like THC, without the psychoactive properties of THC.