About FABCBD Tinctures
What are CBD Tinctures?
Why Choose FAB CBD Tinctures?
What Makes Our Tinctures Different Than Others
CBD Tinctures FAQs
Yes. A tincture is technically an alcohol-based extract. However, in the CBD world, it’s usually a term that just means “liquid.”
Full spectrum gives you the fullest profile of cannabinoids, which means your chances are best for getting the very most out of your CBD. However, broad spectrum CBD has a very similar cannabinoid profile, it just has the THC taken out completely. Neither will have psychoactive effects, it just comes down to personal preference.
Shake the bottle, then squeeze the dropper and release, which loads it up about halfway. Drop the oil under your tongue and hold for 30-60 seconds while you absorb the compounds under your tongue, then swallow.
The short answer is: the one that helps you feel your best. The long answer is: everybody’s different. Start with a lower potency like 300mg or 600mg and only worry about buying the higher doses if you feel like you need them.
As with potency, dosing is different for everybody. We recommend using half-dropper increments so it’s easier to keep track of what you’re taking. Start with half a dropper and increase as needed, giving yourself 5-7 days of a steady amount before increasing. Pay attention to how you feel and then make the call.
Though it's often well-tolerated, CBD can cause side effects like dry mouth, diarrhea, reduced appetite, drowsiness and fatigue. CBD can also interact with other medications you're taking, such as blood thinners. Make sure you check with your doctor before adding CBD to your wellness regimen, especially if any of your medications have warnings about grapefruit seed oil.