1500 milligram-CBD-per-bottle Full Spectrum Tincture
This Full Spectrum Tincture was made from Whole Plant Extract containing all other cannabinoids (including less than 0.3% of the tincture in THC) and plant terpenes. This gives the product a distinct taste of cannabis.
Ingredient Extract Certificate of Analysis, 6-page PDF
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1500 mg Whole Plant Extract is a Full Spectrum Tincture: 1500 milligram-CBD-per-bottle cooked and decarboxylated
This Full Spectrum Tincture made from Whole Plant Extract containing all other cannabinoids (including less than 0.3% of the tincture in THC) and plant terpenes.
Total CBD is cooked and decarboxylated, which changes CBDA into CBD, so Total CBD is mostly CBD, with only a small (about 5%) share of CBDA. A slight admixture of some CBDA into a formulation is usually best as you get some of the beneficial effects of CBDA (which we cannot explain here, due to FDA regulations) along with your CBD. The plant contains mostly CBDA, as that is the raw form of CBD. That compound is usually cooked or “activated” into CBD when products are made from hemp.
Take one dropperful and hold under the tongue or between the gum and cheek for 1 minute for a per-serving dosage of 50 milligrams. This is a dosage about equal to more than 3 15-milligram gummies. An adult can take 200 milligrams per day for a significant impact. Very sick people with neurological conditions that respond to CBD can take up to 1000 milligrams (1 gram) per day. There is no overdose level.
The 1500 mg Whole Plant Extract has 2 ingredients: Whole Plant Hemp Extract and Organic Clarified Coconut (MCT) oil.
The tincture is packaged in a 30-milliliter (1 fl oz) amber tincture bottle with dropper-top. Concentrations over 2500 milligrams have graduated droppers for measuring out smaller doses.