As far as what oil to use you can use any MCT Oil or even Olive Oil. We do not recommend that you use coconut oil but as long as you use one that is a made to be a true oil and will not harden at room temp it should work fine.
We are going to format this like any other recipe on the site but it’s going to be a bit different just because of what wer’e making here.
This is not an edible or anything like that but we decided more and more people are wanting to use CBD oil and here is a reasonably quick way to make your own using CBD Isolate to do it with.
You definitely do not have to make your own CBD Oil there are plenty readily available but if you’re like me and you like to dabble in knowing how to make things as well as knowing exactly what is in your medicine then this is the CBD Oil recipe for you!
A CBD tincture is defined as a type of CBD product that combines CBD oil or CBD isolate with a carrier oil. CBD tinctures are most commonly used as standalone wellness products and they can be used in foods and recipes. They can be consumed orally (via food) or ingested “sublingually” by being placed under the tongue and absorbed in 1-2 minutes.
Once you have your source of CBD, it’s time to choose your suspension medium/carrier oil to make a CBD tincture. CBD can dissolve into high-fat oils like coconut oil or medium-chain triglyceride (MCT) oil, both of which contain other healthy ingredients that benefit the body. MCT oil has the highest bioavailability of all carrier oil options (followed by traditional coconut oil), which means that most CBD will be absorbed when it is used. Other, less bioavailable options include olive oil, palm oil, grapeseed oil, and hemp seed oil.
What Is a CBD Tincture?
While our own line of CBD tinctures has built up its own loyal following, we know that some customers prefer to be able to control the potency of their daily CBD serving by making their own homemade CBD tinctures. If you, like many CBD consumers today, want to learn how to make a CBD tincture, this is the page for you.
Read on for a step-by-step guide on how to get started, and find your most important ingredients right here at HempMeds®.
The CBD oil or CBD isolate used to make CBD tinctures is extracted from varieties of hemp plants that are naturally more abundant in CBD, a natural and non-psychoactive compound that interacts with our body’s native systems to promote balance and wellness.
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Not sure how to use your CBD isolate from DiscoverCBD.com? No worries, we’ve got you covered with this great page of recipes and suggested uses!
Don’t want to make anything? You can use CBD isolate several ways all by itself. These methods include dabbing, vaporizing, and oral ingestion (YES! you can just eat it!).