CBD Oil and Tinctures

The current market is flooded with a myriad of CBD Oils and Tinctures  which, let’s be honest, is in sharp contrast to how things used to be. Luckily, our wide range of cannabidiol (CBD) oils, also known as CBD tinctures or CBD oil oral drops is the perfect way to get started. When buying your CBD oil online, you no longer need to hunt for a source. Instead, you are more likely to have to sift through mountains of information just to find the right CBD product for you.

To this end, we thought we would put together a list of some of the most commonly asked CBD-based questions. Choice is fantastic, but we can all get a little overwhelmed if there is too much of it. We believe that the best way to teach clients a bad oil from a good oil, is with education. Can you tell whether or not a brand is reliable enough to merit your money? Do you know how potent your CBD is? Or where it came from?

How To Find the Quality CBD Oil 

There are numerous things to keep in mind as you purchase CBD Oil. Taking the time to learn about the oil you buy can help ensure that you get the best quality product possible. 

What to Consider

1.  Extraction Method: The CO2 extraction process is the one that most people consider the best method of extracting CBD from the plant, allowing you to get the best quality oil. This creates a high-quality product, but can also mean that it costs a bit more. 

2.  Organic and Non-GMO: Organic products mean that you’ll be getting a product that’s devoid of fertilizer, solvents, pesticides, and herbicides. Your purchase is better for the environment and better for your body. 

3. Full Spectrum CBD: A plant extract that is labeled as full spectrum carries a large range of cannabinoids, meaning that you get an extract that is able to reduce pain and limit inflammation. You get a broader spectrum effect as the extract also contains an enhanced terpene profile, fatty acids, vitamins, minerals, flavonoids, and protein. All of these elements combine for a much higher quality product that is more generally effective. 

4. CBD Concentration: Be sure that the company lists the percentage of cannabinoids their CBD products contain. A full analysis is best, either listed out on the website or included in their packaging. 

It’s important to do your research about any CBD product. Be sure to carefully read all third party laboratory results, so that you know what’s inside of your hemp extract. This also applies to other products like capsules,  gummies, and CBD vapes. It’s important to know which brand you’re purchasing and where it stands on the list so that you can be sure of the quality of the product that you’re consuming on an ongoing basis.

We explained all this and more, inside our guide to the Frequently Asked Questions that go hand-in-hand with CBD.

Full Spectrum Vs. Isolate CBD

You may have noticed that the product range that we have on offer is available in 2 versions, Full Spectrum and Isolate. The reason behind this has to do with suggestions from science and our belief that the human body can absorb things faster and better when products are in their purest and most natural form. 

When it comes to CBD, this translates into consuming other cannabinoids and terpenes that are present in hemp plants. This is what is available in our “whole-plant” or Full Spectrum product. If however, you are concerned about having to take a drug test while you are at work, the THC-free, CBD-only Isolate is regarded as a safer option since many of these tests are looking for THC. Neither of these products will “get you high”, but we wanted to offer more options to suit everyone.

How to Take CBD Oil

CBD easily absorbs into your blood directly from areas under the tongue which are capillary-rich areas, and along the cheeks and gums. From here, the CBD bypasses the first-pass metabolism and is sent quickly throughout the body. 

Time-Frame 

This method makes sure CBD enters your bloodstream a lot faster when compared to swallowing. The sublingual (under the tongue) is typically faster than the buccal (against the cheek). However, since the majority of the CBD that you are taking will be swallowed eventually, bloodstream levels at their peak range from 0.5 to 5 hours. 

Other Factors To Consider

Food: When studying oral sprays, scientists have found that the amount of total absorbed CBD will increase 5-fold when the user has eaten recently. Chewing increases the flow of blood to the mouth, which can help to maximize absorption. 

Increase Surface Contact: It is highly recommended to try and keep the CBD oil under your tongue for at least 1.5 minutes before you swallow. Over this time, you can increase the rate of absorption by swishing the CBD oil vigorously between both your teeth and around the mouth. This will elevate the surface-contact that occurs between your capillaries and the oil (If you have ever tried oil-pulling to cleanse your gums and teeth, you will know about this technique).

Intensifying Absorption of CBD Oil

Even when you are aware of the amount of CBD in every serving, this value only indicates the “maximum amount” that may enter your body, and the majority of that CBD is not going to reach its targets or your bloodstream. But here is advice that can assist you when it comes to increasing how much CBD your body readily absorbs. 

– Before you increase the amount that you vape, rather test out different types of inhalation techniques

– If you are using oral formulations, swish the oil in your mouth and hold as long as you can underneath your tongue before you swallow

 

FAQ About Our CBD Oil

Most frequent questions and answers

CBD is the abbreviated version of Cannabidiol, which is one of the components that make up the Cannabis genus of plant. A genus is akin to a species, so all plants in the species classed as Cannabis contain CBD.

There are more than a hundred known Phytocannabinoids which make up the cannabis plant, CBD is exceptional because it is not psychoactive – which is the term we use to describe the ‘stoned’ effect cannabis has on people.

At its most basic level, CBD oil is an extract from Hemp and Cannabis plants, which doesn’t make you high but does contain all the goodness the plant has to offer. We have a wide range of CBD products here at our site, but oils will forever be at the heart of what we do.

Like we mentioned, there are more than a hundred cannabinoids and Cannabidiol, or CBD, is just one. There are others, including THC, which stands for Tetrahydrocannabinol. This particular component is the one that gives you the dizzy, disorientated feeling that we associated with marijuana. When you isolate the CBD you do away with the psychoactive compounds and retain the good parts of the plant.

Just to be clear then, CBD won’t make you high, but will give you the health benefits of cannabis. THC will do both. THC oil is most definitely illegal to use in most of Europe and the UK. It is legal in some parts of America, depending on your state.

After you take your daily dose (and we do recommend you keep them to once or twice a day and no more than that) you will begin to feel it working within the hour. This can depend on such factors as how full your stomach is or how regularly you dose yourself. Consistency is the key to build up the CBD in your body.

The effects themselves can last for anything up to the full 24 hours, but this assumption is based on someone who takes it regularly and has a healthy supply in their system to draw from. At first, you should feel the effects fade to the background after a handful of hours. There are other aspects to this question that will come into play, however. For example, if you digest most of your oil instead of letting it pass through the cell walls under your tongue and straight to the bloodstream – it will wear off sooner than it would otherwise. Purity of the oil and how quickly your body metabolises it are also key factors at play.

For these reasons, we advise all of our clients to place a few drops of oil under their tongue to take their daily dose. We do not recommend you take more than 3 drops a day for the first fortnight of taking it, just so that you can see how your tolerance levels are and experiment with a little more.

Although it is widely respected as a medicine, what exactly do scientists think about all of this? Depending on who you ask, CBD cures everything from cancer symptoms to treating your acne – so how much of this is true and how much is CBD myth?

Why is CBD so popular right now? Perhaps because it taps into the modern drive towards natural, sustainable products. CBD oil that is taken from the Hemp plant is especially beneficial to the modern market, since it removes more carbon from the atmosphere than it manages to produce. So, unlike cattle farming or modern crop farming, hemp farming is what we call carbon-negative. It takes away more than it brings. If we started using Hemp fibres instead of conventional fabrics, think of all the sustainable clothing we could create…

That’s not the only thing that is so attractive about CBD oil. Scientifically speaking, the modern world is constantly looking for solutions to medical problems that are rooted in folk myth or status. More often than not, a plant with a particular legendary use is found to contain exactly the properties that the ‘old wives’ used it for. A great example of this is Lavender, which sends you to sleep, or honey, which soothes your skin. CBD oil represents a psychological marvel in that it is one of the last plants we have not yet extensively tested for all the health benefits it may contain.

Of all the CBD products currently available worldwide, oils and tinctures are the most commonly used. They are traditionally taken by placing a few drops under the tongue and holding it there for about 30 seconds, just to make sure it is gone. This maximises the bioavailability of the product by stopping most of it from ending up in your digestive tract and being therefore lost.

It isn’t just oil that is out there, though. Nowadays, CBD comes in all shapes and sizes, with no two oils even being the same. They might differ in terms of strength, they might be presented in spray form or as a massage oil, and they can even come with different instructions on how to take it. One thing that unites all types of CBD oils, however, is the category it falls into.

As a good general rule of thumb, all types of CBD oil are either an isolate oil or a full-spectrum oil. We provide only the highest quality of full spectrum oils here at our CBD oil website, purely because scientists believe it is better for you than a CBD isolate. An isolate oil means that the bottle contains nothing but the CBD compound. Full Spectrum CBD oils come with small amounts of other compounds in there, too. Another thing that all CBD in Ireland has as a common denominator is the concentration of THC, if present, in your oil. Hemp farmers in Ireland must discard their crop if they get above 0.2% THC. This means that no CBD made in Ireland will ever have more than .2 of a percentage of THC. There is are more FAQs here

No! It is a health food supplement. You use it in much the same way as you would take a cod liver oil capsule, or some chondroitin for your joints. Furthermore, you shouldn’t test positive for drugs while you are using CBD as it isn’t the kind of thing you can get hooked on. Workplaces tend to be looking for hardcore drugs or for evidence of marijuana use in the form of THC – which, as we covered before – is the psychoactive compound of the Cannabis plant which makes you high.

For the reassurance of all our valued clients, here at or business, we make sure to independently test each batch of our CBD products in our very own laboratory. When you buy from us, we ensure the end product is of the finest possible quality, purity, and strength.

According to studies in the National Library of Medicine (US) most people tolerate CBD. This is backed up by the WHO, who agree. That being said, we do not yet know of its impact on other prescription medications you might be taking, since most drug interactions were FDA tested back before CBD was made legal. Studies are ongoing but, in the meantime, we urge caution. Consult a doctor before using CBD oil if you are concerned.

The short answer, however, is that yes, you can have a bad reaction to CBD. If you use too much for your body mass, you might find yourself with an upset stomach, eating more, or being excessively tired. The final symptom of adverse reaction is a dry mouth. When compared with the health benefits that a few drops of CBD oil could potentially bring you, the threat level is minimal at best.

That depends entirely on where you live. If you want to know whether or not CBD oil is legal in your area, then you should check with your local government guidelines. As we know it today, most countries in Europe allow the sale of CBD oil. Ireland allows CBD oil provided that it is below that 0.2% THC contamination point we mentioned earlier. This is not enough per few drops to make you high, don’t worry!

CBD laws are dependent upon the state you live in . It might be that marijuana is legal in your state, but that CBD oil isn’t. The regulations are sporadic across all the continents at the moment – but people are coming round. To be classed as CBD oil and not THC oil in the US, the CBD must be taken from Hemp and not Cannabis plants. The CBD oil we sell here is one hundred percent legal in all the countries we ship to. Our premium quality oils are less than that 0.2% maximum and come with all the health benefits you would expect from a CO2 extracted oil

CBD oil is no magical cure. It is a compound that scientists believe is beneficial to the human nervous system. Use it wisely and don’t depend on it to do too much. It is a supplement, not a lifestyle. Do shop around via customer reviews to make the best choice in CBD for you, and don’t forget that you can feel free to ask us anything or browse our full range, here at our site.