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CBD Oils and Tinctures
Oliver’s Harvest CBD Oils and Tinctures
When you decide to buy CBD oil online, you want to know that you’re getting a good quality product. How do you choose where to shop? Is it all about CBD oil prices? Are there some key aspects of CBD oil that you need to be looking out for? Navigate our collection of CBD oils and tinctures to learn how they work and how to use them, and why we’re confident you’ll be delighted with Oliver’s Harvest.
What Are CBD Oil Tinctures?
CBD oils and tinctures are supplements designed to promote self-care. CBD is extracted from the hemp plant by qualified pharmacists, and transformed into easy to use oils and tinctures that can be taken daily for the chance at a better quality of life.
Full-Spectrum vs. Broad-Spectrum
Oliver’s Harvest has two main types of CBD hemp oil for sale: full-spectrum and broad-spectrum CBD oils. All our oils are carefully formulated by pharmacists, and quality tested in third-party labs for your peace of mind.
Broad-spectrum CBD oils and tinctures use a formula that combines CBD with many other chemicals from the hemp plant. Broad-spectrum CBD oil contains non-detectable THC, making it ideal for any CBD users that need to avoid THC entirely.
Full-spectrum CBD products use an extract that contains all the chemicals from the hemp plant. In addition to CBD, beneficial terpenes, flavonoids, and fatty acids, full-spectrum CBD includes other cannabinoids, including a trace amount of THC. All full-spectrum CBD oils have less than 0.3% THC, making them legal in all 50 states. Combining all the elements of the plant creates a holistic experience that may better support your wellness.
How Does CBD Hemp Oil Work?
CBD is just one of a range of chemicals known as cannabinoids. Cannabinoids are found in the hemp plant. They’re also produced naturally within your body and can also be manufactured synthetically.
Cannabinoids bind themselves to endocannabinoid receptors in your body. These receptors are part of your endocannabinoid system. This system is one of the largest networks of neurotransmitters and manages messages between the body and brain. Our CBD oil, manufactured from pure organic hemp, may help support the endocannabinoid system by increasing the number of cannabinoids that can affect your receptors.
So, what about hemp oil vs. CBD oil? Is there a difference? There can be. Products that are marketed as natural hemp oil often don’t have any significant amounts of CBD as the extract comes from the seeds, rather than the flowers or leaves. Hemp extract oil may have the full range of phytochemicals from the hemp plant, but it also may not. Hemp oil is often used in cooking and beauty products, so it isn’t specifically manufactured as a wellness supplement.
Oliver’s Harvest CBD drops are also a type of hemp extract, but one that incorporates a broad range of chemicals. These include CBD, plus terpenes and fatty acids that may help CBD potentially have a therapeutic effect. When CBD oil is combined with other chemicals from the hemp plant, the effect can be boosted, resulting in something known as the entourage effect.
The Benefits of CBD Oil
People use CBD oil for a variety of reasons. As we’ve described above, boosting the number of cannabinoids in your system can stimulate the relevant receptors, which are found throughout the body, brain, and immune system. But what do these receptors actually do? The endocannabinoid system, or ECS as it is sometimes known, is partially responsible for regulating the following:
- Sleep patterns
- Inflammatory response
- Stress levels
- Feelings of anxiousness
- Feelings of relaxation
- Appetite levels
It’s clear to see that a wide range of people could ultimately benefit from CBD. That’s why, in addition to oils, we also offer different CBD products to accommodate different preferences and lifestyles, including:
How to Consume CBD Oil Tinctures
A CBD oil tincture is easy to take. Choose the strength of tincture that you feel is right for you, and use the dropper to place the CBD oil under your tongue for at least 30 seconds before swallowing. It’s important to let the oil sit under your tongue as this allows the CBD oil to be quickly absorbed by capillaries, which are tiny blood vessels located in abundance under your tongue.
Choosing the Right Strength
Choosing the right strength of CBD oil is all about starting small and working your way up to where you feel the most benefit. If you’re new to CBD, start with a low dose of ~0.5mL and see what the benefits are. If you feel like you need a stronger dose, it’s easy enough to move up to the next strength of your favorite product.
Why Choose Oliver’s Harvest CBD Tinctures?
Here are just a few reasons why Oliver’s Harvest CBD tinctures could be the right choice for you:
- All products have certificates of quality assurance from third-party labs
- Products are always pharmacist-formulated
- Organic hemp grown on our own farms in North Carolina
- Over 30 years of experience in the health industry
- Nourishes the ECS
- Zero psychoactive effect
- Broad-spectrum and full-spectrum oils available
- A wide range of concentrations and flavors
We provide regular updates via our blog on the latest developments in CBD research
If there’s anything you’ve read or a product you’ve seen that you’d like to know more about, please get in contact. We’re always happy to help!