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Updated February 17, 2021, by the Daily Marijuana Team

Medically reviewed on February 17, 2021, by Dr. Kimberly Langdon, M.D.

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What Are Weed Tinctures?

Cannabis tinctures are some of the most popular up-and-coming cannabis products in Canada. Essentially, cannabis tinctures are bottles of the cannabis plants’ extracted oils. These oils contain high levels of cannabinoids like THC and CBD and flavonoids and terpenes to create a fuller, more potent cannabis experience. Those who don’t particularly enjoy the inconsistent dosing from regular edibles or are looking for something a little healthier than a brownie, taking a few drops from a cannabis tincture is an excellent idea. Here at Daily Marijuana, we offer some of the highest-quality cannabis tincture options in Canada, with potencies ranging all across the board. No matter what you’re looking to get out of your tincture, Daily Marijuana has the perfect product for you. 

Cannabis tinctures are just as potent as any other cannabis edibles. Cannabis tinctures, especially when taken sublingually, tend to produce more sweeping, full effects when consumed compared to smoking. The highs are also going to be much longer, lasting a few hours throughout your day. So, when taking a few drops of a cannabis tincture, you should be prepared to experience a concentrated high that travels from head to toe. Make sure your schedule allows for such a potent dose! 

Why Use THC?
Reasons Why People Take THC Cannabis Tinctures

Are THC Tinctures Legal & Safe?

Marijuana tinctures are legal for personal use as of October 17, 2019. All the rules surrounding THC tinctures are in the Cannabis Act of Canada.

In general, cannabis products like tinctures are deemed safe; they just tend to produce potent highs that can be uncomfortable for some. We recommend enjoying cannabis tinctures in low amounts and for you to take your time in between doses. When you do this, you have a better chance of avoiding too strong of an experience. Most users take tinctures with an accompanying dropper, so you can easily measure how much you want to take. This method makes tinctures one of the safest edible options, as doses tend to be much more consistent.

 

Difference Between Marijuana Tinctures and Typical Cannabis Flowers

As mentioned above, cannabis tinctures will be much more potent than regular buds, as their cannabinoid concentrates are much higher. Your high will take a bit longer to take effect if added into food or drink, but it will last hours longer than a few hits from a bong would. Because of this, you have to prepare for this strong potency; otherwise, you could find yourself having an uncomfortable time with adverse effects

Out of all the cannabis edible options on the market, tinctures will taste the most like herb. Many come completely unflavored, as the natural herbaceous notes of cannabis don’t bother all consumers. However, others will come with all-natural flavours like citrus or berry to help disguise those herbal flavours entirely. Not to mention, you don’t have to smoke at all to enjoy cannabis tinctures! (And, please don’t try to.) Producers design cannabis tinctures to either be taken sublingually or added into your food and drink.

 

What Are Some Alternatives to Cannabis Tinctures?

When it comes to cannabis, you have so many different options at your disposal. If you want a bit of a tastier cannabis experience, you can always try edibles like gummies, chocolates, or your classic baked goods. These sweet treats are all filled with weed and provide a deliciously potent option. 

If you’re okay with smoking, taking some hits from a bong or smoking a joint is an excellent option for consumers of all types. Vapes and concentrates are also becoming increasingly more popular for their potency. 

Don’t worry: if you’re looking not to get high at all, Daily Marijuana still has the products for you. We carry a vast selection of high-quality CBD products; these products embrace all of the medicinal values of cannabis without any psychoactivity. 

 

For a more detailed breakdown of all things weed edibles, you can visit the Daily Marijuana Weed Edibles Guide

 

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