Learn about hemp oil tinctures with naturally occurring CBD. After watching this video you’ll be able to answer:
What is a tincture?
How do you use a tincture?
What does full spectrum mean?
How often should I use CBD?
In the Future:
What is the endocannabinoid system?
What are terpenes?
What are other cannabinoids?
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Full Transcript Below:
Hey there, this Amy with Green Lotus Hemp and I’m here today to talk to you about our premium full spectrum hemp oil tinctures. Now if that sounded like a mouth-full, no worries, you’ll be speaking the lingo in no time.
So why take tinctures?
The reasons vary for many, and to be perfectly transparent any manufacturer of a hemp oil product in the US is not allowed to make health claims per the FDA. However, what I can tell you is that most of our customers find relief in our products. For me, I’m a mom, I work, I like to stay fit ~ the daily grind can be challenging, and I find our tinctures are great for keeping me focused, it’s great before and after workouts, and to be honest, I just feel great.
So, what is a tincture?
Great question – they’ve recently regained popularity as the demand for natural remedies has increased, even though they’ve been used for thousands of years. A tincture is simply just a natural blend of oils removed from plant material, in our case, that plant material is USA grown hemp. How those oils are removed varies, but typically the hemp plant material is either soaked in food grade alcohol or by using a gas under high pressure.
Something to keep in mind is to always make sure you choose a tincture that has been well tested. Here at Green Lotus we follow a strict manufacturing process that ensures we always test for residual solvents, pesticides, heavy metals, and other toxins. Our director of Quality, Robert, works diligently to stay on top of quality control and he loves showing off his work. Ask for lab reports at any time.
Ok now, what does “full spectrum” mean and why should I care?
The answer to this question is complex, but for now you’ll be interested to know that full spectrum means the oil contain more than just CBD. The hemp plant has over 100 cannabinoids besides just CBD, many of which provide their own benefits, and when combined with CBD they work in unison to keep your endocannabinoid system in balance. Many hemp oil manufacturers only use isolated CBD to make their tinctures, which means you will only have CBD and none of the other critical cannabinoids and terpenes in the product, potentially reducing the effects. So what are terpenes? The Endocannabinoid system? And what are these other cannabinoids? All great questions that we’ll be answering in future videos and blog posts but for now, just know that we didn’t skip any corners when we formulated our tintures and you are indeed buying a full spectrum product.
So how should you use a tincture?
There are many ways to consume hemp oil, but tinctures offer a quick way to deliver cannabinoids through the soft tissue in your gums. They’re also great for customers that have difficulty swallowing capsules. Personally, I like using tinctures because I can take them at any time and the effects are felt almost instantaneously.
So let’s take a closer look.
We currently offer three different strengths ~ 125, 250, and 500mg. We test and guarantee that every bottle will have that amount of CBD helping ensure you have a consistent product.
Ok, so much should you take?
Good question. When you’re looking to try CBD for the first time just remember that everyone’s system is different and consequently requires a different amount of cannabinoids. You’ll want to experiment for yourself. For me, I take the 500mg tincture once in the morning, before I work out, and typically again before bed. One full dropper at a time usually does the trick.
My favorite is the lemon flavored. Mmm, the smell reminds me of a lemon zest you might find on a salad and the taste resembles a lightly sweetened lemon drop candy we used to have a as a kid. Orange is a crowd favorite. It reminds me of orange slice candy but not as sweet. For those with a sensitive stomach or are interested in mixing CBD with a smoothie or food, the unflavored tincture is a great fit. It tastes like unsweet tea when taken alone, but will practically disappear if put in a drink. Mmmm..
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