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What Are CBD Tinctures?

Call us traditional, but it’s hard to beat the fast-acting benefits of pure, organic hemp extract when it’s consumed orally.

Starting with organic, industrial-grade hemp grown right here in the USA, our CBD oil tinctures hold some of the highest-quality CBD oil on the planet.

Blended with coconut-derived MCT oil for increased absorption, our CBD oil tinctures use full and broad spectrum CBD, other important minor cannabinoids like CBG and CBN (more on them later), purposely-crafted terpene blends, and a host of other beneficial botanicals and compounds for maximum effect.

These full and broad spectrum formulations mean our CBD tinctures are crafted to give your body everything it needs for maximum benefit. We call this “layered functionality”—a combination of rich cannabinoid profiles, terpenes, nutrients, botanical extracts and other compounds that work in harmony to produce a more profound effect.

What’s In CBD Oil?

Pure CBD or Cannabidiol is a naturally-occurring compound found in cannabis. Our hemp is selected due to its low THC content and high CBD content.

High in CBD with only a THC percentage of 0.3% for full spectrum and 0.01% for broad spectrum, CBD provides the calming effects of THC without the “high.” Once the CBD is extracted from the hemp plant with the CO2 extraction method, it’s combined with a carrier agent (fats and oils) to allow the body to consume it in fixed amounts.

Broad Spectrum vs Full Spectrum CBD Tinctures?

If you want to find the best CBD oil for you, you’ll want to pay close attention to the type of CBD you’re dealing with—both have different attributes.

When it comes to the extracted CBD oil there are a few different types:

  • Full Spectrum CBD – there are still trace amounts of THC** and other phytocannabinoids (such as terpenes), but all below the 0.3% threshold.
  • Broad Spectrum CBD – THC is non-detectable; below the 0.01% threshold.
  • CBD Isolate CBD – THC is non-detectable; below 0.002% .

*Note – CBD is non-psychoactive and has none of the adverse side effects commonly caused by tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).

**Note – As required by the federal government and food and drug administration (FDA), industrial hemp used in mass-market CBD products are prohibited from holding more than 0.3% THC content.

At CBDfx, we grow our hemp plants with only certified organic farming techniques and when extracting the CBD oil, we use one of the cleanest methods in the industry: CO2 extraction. As a result, our CBD is always solvent-free from a pure, single-pass CO2 extraction resulting in a safer and cleaner end product for you, the consumer.

For added benefit and inclusion, our products are almost universally vegan and are made with all-natural ingredients. From the outside looking in, this may seem like a lot of effort to undertake to create a CBD tincture. However, we believe in the idea that what we put in our bodies has a profound effect on our sense of wellness. And that’s why we guarantee only the highest quality products for our customers.

We also extensively use third-party testing at the batch level to ensure the purity and quality of all of our products. In fact, you can find a QR code on every one of our products which is a link to its corresponding lab report.

As a manufacturer, we’re proud to support our country’s farms and are proud to say our hemp—among the best in the world—is made right here in the United States. We source all of our industrial hemp directly from Kentucky and only use the finest, organic, non-GMO, and pesticide-free compounds in our production.

What Are the Benefits of CBD?

While many users of CBD have a myriad of reasons why they choose to use it, the general consensus is that CBD provides a better sense of wellness and overall wellbeing. The results of this can manifest in the body or possibly the mind, so we always advise prospective customers to try out CBD for themselves at a responsible level and to determine the effects for themselves.

How Much CBD Oil Do You Need?

When it comes to dosing things can often get a bit confusing. As we mentioned above, regardless of the type of CBD product you have, you’ll want to start off slow, to find out what works for you.

Because CBD intake is a very personalized process, you’ll want to try out a range of products (tinctures, gummies, topicals, and edibles) to determine the best intake schedule for yourself. At the end of the day, your CBD experience will be based on a variety of unique factors such as your weight, metabolism, age, genetics, product type, concentration, and more.

For example, because CBD is fat-soluble, a heavier set person may see improved results as the oil becomes absorbed into the body’s excess fat cells more readily.

So, when finding your ideal CBD intake schedule, start small and work your way up. You can measure your CBD intake with your tincture dropper. Apply a bit under your tongue and swish it around your mouth for maximum effect for about a minute. If you fail to feel the intended effects of your CBD, try a larger amount in a few hours or the next day.

Understanding Bioavailability

Bioavailability is the level that your CBD product is absorbed into your bloodstream. Different products have different levels of bioavailability. For example, a CBD tincture has a high bioavailability since it enters your bloodstream rather easily underneath the tissue of your tongue.

However, in contrast, the bioavailability of a CBD topical would be a bit lower since it needs to get through the upper layer of your skin to enter your bloodstream.

Once absorbed into your bloodstream, the CBD reaches your body’s endocannabinoid system. It then sends out signals to the receptors throughout your body—the CB1 and CB2 receptors. The endocannabinoid system is designed to maintain homeostasis in the body, however, when it’s acted upon by cannabinoids it can code for different physiological effects in the body.

These are the wellness benefits that many users experience.

What Are Terpenes? 

In all things that have an aromatic smell to them (fruit rinds, flowers, tree bark, essential oils, etc.) you’ll find terpenes. These molecular chemicals are all around us and feature prominently within CBD oil and other CBD products.

Known for their therapeutic effects (aromatherapy)—even when used singularly—when combined with CBD oil they can achieve a sense of layered functionality, combining the benefits of CBD with the benefits of terpenes.

Today, there are over 200 known terpene compounds that can be sourced back to cannabis plants and over 20,000 terpenes overall.

Here’s a quick look at some of the biggest and most important terpenes compounds in CBD…


Limonene is a terpene that can be found in a variety of citrus fruits. It can enhance your CBD experience by helping to increase the overall absorption level of other terpenes as well.


Found in pine, eucalyptus, orange peels, and rosemary, Pinene has been used through the centuries as a natural anti-inflammatory; dating back to ancient Chinese medicine.


Linalool can be found in soft, flowering plants like lavender and chamomile, which can produce a calming sensation via its aromatic qualities.


Humulene is found in hops, sage, basil, echinacea, ginger—giving them all a robust smell.

Can You Take CBD Oil Tinctures for Pain?

This is a common question among prospective users of CBD.

The answer?

We can’t say. Literally and legally. As of the 2018 Farm Bill, industrial hemp and all of its derivatives were made legal, meaning that everything from CBD gummies to full spectrum CBD oil were now available to the public. However, for years, due to the previous illegality of CBD, hemp, and cannabis, research on the plant and its chemical compounds was limited. Although much research has been done since then with real clinical trials, animal studies, and peer-reviewed papers, there’s still a great deal of knowledge that we’ve yet to discover about the effects of CBD.

As it stands, the overarching information we have on the effects of CBD is from consumers like yourself—as a result, it’s largely subjective. People take CBD for a variety of reasons and thankfully, have found relief in both their minds and their bodies through the continual use of CBD products like CBD oil.

Along with the reported benefits of CBD oil, another consideration for positive responses is the “entourage effect.” The entourage effect is found in both broad spectrum CBD oil and also full spectrum CBD oil. It effectively references the notion that when the various cannabinoids found in broad spectrum and full spectrum CBD are allowed to work together synergistically, they produce a more pronounced series of benefits.

Obviously, it’s worth mentioning that none of this is possible without the endocannabinoid system (ECS). This system bridges the gap between the cannabinoids you get from CBD (and the ones your body naturally produces).

As the ECS produces physiological responses to CBD, it’s possible that it is a leading cause for the feeling of bodily relief derived from CBD.

Can You Use CBD Oil to Stop Smoking?

For many people, quitting smoking is one of the hardest—and most worthwhile—habits they’ll ever give up. Cigarette smoking has been routinely linked to cancer and other medical conditions, and causes a bevy of comorbidities in the body that increase the chances of death as you get older.

However, for those who want to give up the habit, what often holds them back is less about nicotine, but the action of smoking itself. It’s why people who smoke will opt to chew gum or eat candy. It’s something else that replaces the physical action of smoking a cigarette. In the case of CBD, it’s been reported that many have replaced the physical action of smoking a cigarette with eating a gummy, hitting a CBD-filled vape, or taking a few drops from the tincture.

By supplanting these kinds of bad habits with wellness-boosting ones like intaking CBD, many users have had an easier time transitioning away from cigarette smoking.

Today, there’s a wide variety of CBD tinctures and oils available on the market to address the needs of all types. You can explore tinctures, gummies, vapes, and other products, but definitely give CBD a try if you’re looking to take more positive steps towards overall health and wellness.

Quitting smoking is hard, and most importantly, stressful. Many find that a little CBD can produce calming effects in the body, which can help with quitting smoking.

Here’s a quick look at our CBD tinctures

Explore Our CBD + CBN Oil Calming Tinctures

For this calming edition of our classic tinctures, we’ve taken everything you loved about our original CBD tinctures and updated them for better flavor (sweet and lightly floral) while adding an additional calming ingredient, CBN!

We’ve transformed our old favorite from classic to calming in a tincture that establishes a signature step forward in CBD tinctures.

Across the United States, more than 27% of Americans suffer from some form of sleep disorder. This, unfortunately, pronounces itself in increasing levels of anxiety, depression, and aggression in a variety of forms.

As a result, it shouldn’t come as a shock that getting a good night’s sleep has become more difficult over the years. Not getting enough sleep every night is no fun either. It leaves us tired, groggy, and slower—cognitively speaking.

To help you bring more calm to your day, our CBD + CBN Calming Tinctures are available in a variety of strengths from regular (500mg), extra strength (1000mg), maximum strength (2000mg), and maximum strength plus (4000mg).

What is CBN?

If you’re not that familiar with the different cannabinoids of hemp, we don’t blame you. There are a good handful and if you’re not an experienced user, the different variations will likely go over your head. However, there’s one minor cannabinoid to keep in mind if you have trouble sleeping some nights, and that’s CBN. As a natural derivative of THC, when THC ages, it turns into CBN.

CBN is naturally non-psychoactive and is a helpful chemical compound known to produce a calming effect in the body and mind. This overall sense of calm can help you get to sleep easier at night, nap during the day, and bring a greater degree of chill to your wellbeing.

Today, CBN is quickly becoming one of the most popular cannabinoids for sleep.

The Role of Sleep on Health

We all need sleep, and when we don’t get it—or don’t get enough of it—the lack of it can have profound effects on our mental and physical health. Sadly, sleep doesn’t come as easy as laying down and closing our eyes for many people. Real feelings of stress, anxiety, and depression can actively reduce our ability to sleep. And to compound this effect, when we miss out on sleep, the toll is taken on our physical bodies, reducing our brain function and weakening our immune systems.

How Does CBN  Work?

Cannabinol or CBN is a minor cannabinoid that works similarly to its bigger brethren such as CBD and CBG. In the same way that these other cannabinoids perform, CBN binds to CB1 receptors and produces a sedative-like calm in the body and mind. This physiological response prompts the body to tire and gets ready for bed.

Check Out Our CBD + CBG  Wellness 2:1 Tinctures

Our CBD + CBG  Tincture represents a new revolution in CBD oil.

Coming in four different concentrations: a regular strength 500mg, an extra-strength 1000mg, a maximum strength 2000mg, and a maximum strength plus 4000mg — each of our sizing options are designed to get your day started on the right foot with a burst of natural antioxidants and CBD wellness!

In a 2:1 ratio of broad spectrum CBD to CBG, we’ve blended with 18 terpenes, with Curcumin and Coenzyme Q10, for a powerhouse boost of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory goodness. Packing a range of potent cannabinoids like CBG, CBC, and CBD-V, our Wellness tinctures are crafted to boost the “entourage effect” and bring you an even greater sense of wellness!

What is CBG Oil?

If you’re wondering what makes CBG so special, we can start by telling you how rare it is. Did you know that in a given hemp stock, the CBD to CBG ratio is 20:1? That means to get it to a 2:1 ratio in our Wellness Tinctures, we had to harvest 10x more hemp? The reason for that is that CBG “the mother cannabinoid” is critical to enhancing the effects of CBD in the much-desired entourage effect. It interacts directly with the CB1 and CB2 receptors in the brain to provide further balance within the body by interacting with your endocannabinoid system.

The Role of Antioxidants on Health

Blending the benefits of CBD with the benefits of natural antioxidants, our Wellness tinctures feature Curcumin and Coenzyme Q10. Antioxidants by their nature are found in a variety of herbs, roots, and fruits, and are known to reduce the presence of free radicals in the body. What does that mean? It means that antioxidants can lower the general level of oxidation within the body—which causes aging—and ultimately keep your body’s energy levels high.


Curcumin is the active ingredient in the spice Turmeric. Potent as an antioxidant and even more powerful as an anti-inflammatory, Curcumin can lower your risk for certain diseases, illnesses, and health conditions. As an active ingredient, it can also help with weight loss, mood swings, cognitive function, and has a detoxifying effect on the body.


A natural antioxidant produced by the body, Coenzyme Q10 is used by our cells in energy production. However, our bodies produce less CoQ10 as we age, reducing our energy levels overall. As a result, it’s important to supplement it to ensure lasting energy throughout your day.

Are You Ready to See for Yourself?

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CBD Oil Tinctures FAQ

You’re not alone. And whether you call them CBD tinctures, CBD drops, or CBD oil extract, there are many newcomers out there wondering how to take CBD oil, and more importantly, how it’ll feel. Here’s your answer: It depends. Generally, you’ll feel a mild wave of calm—in some cases, you may feel calmer and not even remember why. However, if you consume a lot of CBD or scale up to heavy doses of full spectrum CBD, you may feel a “heavier” sensation of relaxation in your body. So, find the amount that works best for you!

We mentioned this above but largely it’s a sensation of calming repose throughout the body and mind. There are a wider variety of currently-studied therapeutic opportunities but you’ll have to see if you experience these additional benefits on an individual level.

Whether it’s a CBD oil vs CBD tincture or a CBD tincture vs CBD oil, we want to be clear here...there is no difference. In fact, the best way to think about these terms is the CBD oil goes into a CBD tincture. These terms are often used interchangeably but rest assured, they’re the same.

We cannot make any claims associating CBD and pain relief at this point in time. If you’re considering using CBD oil for pain, do so with the understanding that CBD oil is still not definitively understood in this regard. So, you’ll have to find out what works best for you. We encourage you to read reviews of our tinctures to see how other customers are experiencing and using them.

At this time, the FDA has not approved the use of CBD tinctures for anxiety relief. If you’re considering using CBD oil for anxiety, do so with the understanding that CBD oil is still not definitively understood in this regard. So, you’ll have to find out what works best for you.

It’s too soon to conclusively claim that you can use CBD tincture oil for sleep. No claim can be made regarding CBD for sleep, and CBDfx does not suggest that you can use this product for that purpose. Our full spectrum Calming Tincture includes the relaxation cannabinoid CBN, which is a non-intoxicating compound that is best known as the cannabinoid created when THC ages, as well as a blend of terpenes known for their calming properties.

CBDfx cannot make any claims regarding CBD tincture for aches and pains.

People who’ve tried different brands agree that when it comes to CBDfx oil tincture, there’s no comparison. Our products are tasty, well-designed, and highly effective.

CBD hemp oil is CBD oil. All CBD oil is derived from cannabis (think of this as the “mother” plant) strains like hemp and marijuana—but predominantly hemp-derived CBD oil.

If you’re wondering how to use CBD oil, simply follow the directions on the label. Depending on the concentration of your tincture, you may want to consume a full dropper or a 1/4th of one. Whatever your choice, start with a small amount (perhaps one dropper-full) and gradually go up until you find your perfect serving. For best results, place under the tongue for 60 seconds before swallowing—there are tiny blood vessels under the tongue that transfer the CBD directly to the bloodstream.

When you buy CBD oil, start small. Our entry-level concentration is regular strength 500mg. However, if you believe your needs are great enough to warrant a stronger concentration, you can choose all the way up to maximum strength plus which is 4000mg. Keep these general guidelines in mind when selecting your first tincture strength, and feel free to contact our customer service representatives if you have additional questions.

CBDfx fans love getting their CBD oil tincture fast, and with no complications. CBDfx is a pro operation with quick shipping and an ordering process that is secure and easy. You’ll be impressed by how quickly our products get to you!

Congratulations, you can buy CBD oil right here. However, if you’re looking for a local option, just type “CBD oil near me” into Google and ask for CBDfx!

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