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cannabis tincture for pain

For the fastest results, use the tinctures sublingually by dropping your dose under the tongue and hold for 15 seconds until absorbed. Onset usually begins within 15 minutes to 45 minutes. When taken orally or added to a drink, onset begins within 45 to 90 minutes. Repeat as needed, taking into consideration onset times. Store in a cool to room temperature setting and keep away from direct sunlight.

Our Releaf tinctures provide a flexible option for whole body comfort. One of the speediest ways to feel the benefits of cannabinoids, this fast-acting concentrated liquid offers strong relief from pain and inflammation. Its effects are felt throughout the entire body within fifteen minutes, and dosage can be customized based on personal preference to last over three hours. Add it as an earthy, rich ingredient in craft mocktails and smoothies, or drop it sublingually underneath the tongue. Our tincture stands out because it’s made with MCT oil, which helps your body metabolize the cannabinoids quicker.

450mg per 15ml bottle |

Available in 15 ML and 30 ML.

Dose: 0.25ml of Graduated Dropper
Cannabinoids:

For most herbal tinctures, adult dosages are typically 30-60 drops in water or tea, three times a day as needed. If you used whole plant cannabis flowers in the recipe (especially with THC in the mix), you’ll want to take things more slowly. Start with the lower dosage, see how you feel, and adjust accordingly.

According to Dr. Joseph Maroon, a professor at University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, CBD ’s anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties can help with pain conditions that might otherwise be treated with OTC drugs. A 2018 review of studies on cannabis and neuropathic pain found that those taking cannabis medicines achieved 50% or greater pain relief compared with placebo. This tincture combines CBD with other powerful anti-inflammatory herbs to help relive persistent pain.

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Melinda Misuraca is a Project CBD contributing writer with a past life as an old-school cannabis farmer specializing in CBD -rich cultivars. Her articles have appeared in High Times, Alternet, and several other publications.

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