Our all-organic CBD tinctures offer a completely natural way to successfully boost your body’s own innate healing abilities. This plant-based medicine is completely safe and non-addictive.
Directions: This non-psychoactive tincture is to be taken orally. Shake well before each use. We recommend mixing it with water, juice, or tea to help with taste. Or taken directly under the tongue if you don’t mind the taste of alcohol. Use 3 times a day (approximately 10mg of CBD a day). Start off with a few drops and work your way up to filling the entire dropper with each use
Ingredients: cannabis, organic sugarcane alcohol
What is a Cannabis Tincture?
Cannabis tinctures, also known as green or golden dragon, are alcohol-based cannabis extracts – essentially, infused alcohol. In fact, tinctures were the main form of cannabis medicine until the United States enacted cannabis prohibition. With a name like “green dragon,” you might think cannabis tinctures are not for the faint of heart, but they’re actually a great entry point for both recreational and medical users looking to ease into smokeless consumption methods
How to Dose and Use Cannabis Tinctures
Tincture dosages are easy to self-titrate, or measure. Start with 1mL of your finished tincture and put it under your tongue. If you’re happy with the effects, you’re done. Otherwise, try 2mL the next day and so on until you find the volume you’re happy with (ramp up slowly while testing your desired dosage so you can avoid getting uncomfortably high).
Tinctures will last for many years when stored in a cool, dark location. When combined with easy self-titration, the long shelf life means you can make larger quantities of tinctures at once and have a convenient, accurate way to ingest cannabis.
Compared to the traditional cannabis brownies, tinctures are a low calorie alternative. If you make your tincture with 190-proof alcohol, you’re looking at about 7 calories per mL. Unless you have an extremely weak tincture, you’ll easily stay under your typical brownie’s 112 calorie count(and let’s face it, your brownies are probably far more caloric than that).
Tinctures can be incorporated after cooking into all sorts of meals and drinks:
- Ice creams and sherbets
- Mashed potatoes and gravy
- Salad dressing
I recently added some cannabis tincture to my homemade chicken tikka masala for a delicious infused dinner.