- There is no evident cannabis smell
- Effects often hit soon after consumption and tend to last longer
- Easier than smoking
- Longer shelf life
If you’re new to tinctures and this form of consumption, start with one or two drops under the tongue. Upon taking the drops, hold off on administering any more for at least an hour and a half. In addition to administering tinctures sublingually, you can also mix them into food and drink. Since they’re low in calories, people enjoy putting tinctures into their food.
Concentrates – or cannabis extracts (an umbrella term for a liquid or solid form of cannabis products, including tinctures, shatter, wax and oil) are the product of cannabis flowers being processed into more potent forms with added resin.
Ready to Try Tinctures?
Tinctures work for people that may prefer not to smoke or vape cannabis, whether it be due to illness or age. In social situations where you may want to lay low with your cannabis consumption, tinctures can be very beneficial. Cannabis smell will always draw attention. Not everyone likes that; therefore, tinctures can be of great help because they’re practically odourless. You can still get that same high that you want but with less of a fuss.
Have a look through the variety of tinctures that Canadian Edibles has to offer; you’ll find something you like.