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Everything You Need to Know About CBD Tinctures

CBD oil has become more and more popular within the last years. With all kinds of industries adding this compound into their products, like the food and even the cosmetic industry, there is no doubt that there is a huge potential and market for it. Although, up to this day, there is still a lot of misinformation regarding this topic, that’s why we will tell you Everything You Need to Know About CBD Oil Tinctures and hopefully clear any doubts or questions you may have.

What is CBD Oil?

First things first. What is CBD Oil? It is one of the more than 60 cannabinoids that can be extracted from cannabis plants. CBD oil can be obtained in several forms, such as liquid, cream and even in edible forms. CDB oil has been proven to have multiple medical benefits.

One of the most common mistakes and misinformation regarding CBD oil is that a lot of people assume that by using CBD Oil you will get the same “High effect” automatically, like when marijuana is smoked, etc. But this idea is incorrect.

People often confuse CBD oil with Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC for short), which is the main psychoactive ingredient of cannabis plants, and the one in charge of providing that “High effect” we previously mentioned. CBD is a completely different compound and not a psychoactive substance. The common hemp contains more CBD and lower levels of THC, opposed to the marijuana plant, which has less CBD and more THC levels. And while some CBD oils do contain some THC, it is an extremely low amount to produce any psychoactive effects.

There are multiple kinds of CBD available in the market, and while they all share the main compound, they are different and have different properties. Some of them are:

Full Spectrum CBD: Oil extracted from hemp or cannabis that contains the full spectrum of natural cannabinoids, including THC. But the amount is less than 0.3% which is not enough to get anyone high.

Broad Spectrum CBD: This is considered an in-between Full Spectrum CBD and CBD Isolate. You still get a considerable number of other cannabinoids in it, but no THC. This option is ideal if you want to get the most of CBD oil but avoiding THC at all cost.

CBD Isolate: This is considered the most basic form of CBD oil. It contains nothing else except isolated and CBD extract. There are no other cannabinoids, or compounds.

There are other factors that can influence the CBD oil of your choice, as well as the cannabinoids in it. For example, the milligram strength, which determines how potent it is thanks to the amount of pure hemp in the tincture or product. The higher the number, the stronger the CBD will be.

On the other hand, another thing that can influence the effects of your CBD Oil is the strain used. Different companies use different hemp strains for their products, meaning their composition can sometimes vary.

That’s why 24KCBDPlus™ goal is to create legal, High-Grade and original CBD products, including Full Spectrum, Broad Spectrum and Pure CBD Isolate tinctures, topicals, teas, etc.

Hopefully this basic guide has helped you clear some doubts and get to know some of the positive benefits CBD has, as well as deciding which one is the best option according to your needs.

Feel free to contact us regarding any questions you may still have and be sure to check out the variety of CBD Oil products in our catalog!