The CBD tinctures are easy to dose and effective mode of administration. They use either alcohol or vegetable oils to extract the active ingredients of cannabis and can be stored for a relatively long time in cool and dark conditions. They are consumed sublingually or mixed with food or drink.
CBD tincture alcohol-based
A first CBD tincture recipe uses alcohol for extraction, and thus cannabis flowers. you can legally make the following, with flowers at -0.2% THC or -1% THC depending local laws.
1 / First of all, make sure to decarboxylate your flowers. Grind them then finely.
2 / Mix your flowers in a Mason jar or equivalent with undenatured alcohol at 90 ° C or the strongest alcohol you can find
3 / Heat the pot in a saucepan filled with water at 75 ° C for 20 minutes.
4 / Filter the result and put to rest
CBD tincture based on vegetable oils
The CBD tincture based on vegetable oil uses CBD crystals.
You can use hemp, olive or coconut oil for this extraction.
For a 10% concentration, take 10mL of oil to which you add 1000mg of CBD crystals. You may need to warm the container slightly so that the CBD crystals dissolve.
Plant-based CBD tinctures are lacking in other cannabinoids, terpenes, or flavonoids that accompany the effect of CBD, but will be a good way to administer for children or for people who do not like the taste or effects of whole plant extracts.