Tinctures are my favorite cannabis consumption method

I’ve been shopping at the same cannabis dispensary for several years.

I have gradually educated myself in the different consumption methods.

I started with smokable flower and pre-rolls and moved onto vapes. I learned the differences in terpenes and found strains that I preferred. I stopped paying so much attention to the categories of indicas, sativas and hybrids and started concentrating more on the cannabinoid percentages. After dabbling in edibles and beverages, I finally tried tinctures. I don’t think any other product can compare with the unique benefits of tinctures. They are wonderfully easy to use. All I need to do is place a dose under my tongue and let it absorb for several minutes. Because of the included dropper, I can be precise in the dosage amounts. I don’t need any other specialized gear. There’s no smoke, ash or tell-tale smells, making tinctures especially discreet. The compact package also makes them portable. I can carry a tincture in my coat pocket, purse or backpack and dose without anyone knowing. The cannabinoids are absorbed sublingually which results in fast-acting effects. I can also add tinctures to yogurts, smoothies or all sorts of foods and beverages for the delayed onset of effects like an edible. Unlike an edible, tinctures are low in calories and have a long shelf-life. Tinctures are actually one of the oldest forms of medicine. They are great for recreational use as well as treating insomnia, migraines, pain and anxiety. Due to their popularity, there is a wide range of tinctures on the market, ranging from high-THC levels to pure CBD isolates.

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