Our CBD Oil Tinctures contain 99%+ Hemp Derived CBD Isolate and Virgin Hemp Seed Oil, making for a highly concentrated formulation without any THC. CBD can be consumed in a variety of ways, from edible gummies to topical creams, and even vaping. However, CBD in the form of oil drops is among the most popular and efficient ways to consume CBD. CBD oil is often the preferred method of consumption for those who are using CBD for long-term relief. Consuming CBD in oil form may take about twenty minutes to feel the full effects. However, we highly recommend taking CBD oil sublingually to help expedite the process.
Organic Virgin Hemp Seed Oil, Hemp Derived CBD.
DO NOT VAPE! See Suggested Use below
30 ml / 500mg- 100mg CBD
Made with 100% natural CBD, with full tracking from the “seed to sale”
Dropper bottle for easy use sublingual delivery (drop under the tongue)
Designed to be used orally (sublingual) or added to food & drinks
17mg CBD Serving (1ml)
Fill the dropper with the desired serving size and squeeze under the tongue to let the oil absorb. Best to wait 30 seconds to 1 minute before swallowing the liquid. Wait three hours after initial (first time) use to see how the strength level may affect you. Choose your strength and amount according to your personal needs. We suggest 1/2 dropper twice a day (approx. 0.5mL). Each bottle has approximately 30 servings.
Tinctures can also be mixed with food or drink as desired.
Storage: Store in a cool, dry place away from excessive heat, light, and humidity in order to preserve quality.
Warning: Not to be used during pregnancy or lactation. If you have a medical condition or take pharmaceutical drugs, please consult your physician before use. Keep out of reach from children.
At THC Physicians, we started with a mission of quality and transparency. We hold ourselves to the highest standard by conducting multiple in-house and third-party lab tests to ensure the quality of our products. Every product batch is tested for purity and potency by a third party lab to ensure that what’s on the label is what’s in the bottle.