When you allow osmosis to take place, the marijuana tincture hits your brain in a quick-fire fashion. It absorbs into the bloodstream through the sublingual artery that’s close to your carotid, making it fast-acting and effective.
As one of the oldest medicinal methods of concentrating plant compounds, tinctures have long been used to maximize the benefits plant yields, cannabis among them.
So far, so good, but how do you administer your tincture?
How to Take Marijuana Tincture
As a rule of thumb, a bottle containing 100 drops of marijuana tincture should cost around $20.
With THC tinctures, you can expect the same range of possible side effects that smoking would generate. You’re likely to feel hungry, and you could experience some degree of paranoia. CBD tinctures don’t provoke those side effects, but you’re quite likely to find your mouth feeling dry.
Since CBD can interact with other medication, always consult with your doctor first.
Whichever tincture you choose, this tried-and-true method works. It might not generate the same amount of press as wax and shatter, but it’s a classic delivery method for good reason.
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Then, you can relax in your tub with ¼ to ½ cup of salts in your warm water. And, you can also prepare your own balms and lotions with recipes you’ll find on the internet.
Science is short on cannabis research, but users say they feel measurable benefits from topicals applied and massaged into the skin where it starts to work on the body’s endocannabinoid receptors immediately. Victims of arthritis, psoriasis, and muscle/joint pain rave about the soothing powers. Others keep topicals around the houses for treatment of superficial burns, bug bites, acne, and fever blisters.
Here’s 10 surprising benefits of cannabis tinctures and topicals:
You can do so much with cannabis. Tinctures and topicals, for instance, work successfully many who have little or no interest in smoking. They produce pleasurable experiences and serve to satisfy many medical issues.
2. Do-it-yourself cannabis bath salts provide a relaxing soak at the end of a rough day. You can buy them online or at marijuana dispensaries, but you can make them easily at home with a few ingredients.
Tinctures, too, lack the necessary serious research. But, for those who do not smoke, cannot smoke, have difficulty swallowing, or want more control of their dosage, tinctures provide a reliable and increasingly popular option.