About the CBDV tincture
CBDV, or cannabidivarin, is one of over 113 known cannabinoids that can be found in cannabis and hemp plants. CBDV, like many of the plant’s major and minor cannabinoids, was actually discovered over 50 years ago, but due to the widespread prohibition of cannabis and hemp, it was difficult for scientists to get access to these compounds for research purposes.
In the last few years, however, there has been a flurry of studies and research published on the therapeutic potential of CBDV, some of which is backed by pharmaceuticals giants, as well as the US government.
You can read more about CBDV in our article here.
The terms full-spectrum, broad-spectrum, and isolate, are used to describe three different types of CBD extract.
Broad-spectrum CBD is extracted in a more selective manner than full spectrum CBD, with the sole purpose of eliminating any trace of THC whatsoever. As a finished product, broad spectrum products contain all naturally occurring cannabinoids in hemp minus the THC.
You may prefer a broad-spectrum over a full-spectrum product for one of three reasons.
- Your state legally requires all CBD products to be completely THC-free
- You don’t want to ingest any amount of THC, no matter how small
- You are subject to drug testing and may lose your job or freedom if failing a drug test
- The effects of full spectrum product are too strong and make you feel uneasy
Suggested Use: Shake gently before each use. Use twice daily by putting the drops under your tongue and holding it there for 30 seconds before swallowing.
Dosing: CBDV can affect people differently based on unique conditions such as body size and previous experience. For most people we suggest starting with a 25mg dose, then increasing or decreasing based on your personal needs.
In general, a low dose is good for daytime use while a larger dose (full dropper) is good for nighttime use.
A full dropper of the 1500mg CBDV tincture gives you ∼50mg of broad-spectrum CBDV.
Water tinctures are easier for your body to absorb and offer more bioavailability of the cannabinoids. Water based tinctures do not require your digestive system to break up the oil to unlock the CBDV.
Water based CBDV gets quickly absorbed into your bloodstream and starts working its magic.
Just be prepared that the tincture looks a bit different from a regular oil. It requires a good shake and looks more bubbly than standard oils.
The CBDV tincture is flavored with fresh peppermint flavoring and have a slight hempy after taste (after all it’s made from premium hemp)