For almost a year now, we've been using Infinite CBD's versatile tincture that doubles as a topical. After having our team and lots of clients test it out, their feedback was always the same: both delicious and effective.
We found this tincture to be so effective, we made a quick video about it — check it out below!
CBD Isolate Dropper used as: Tincture & Edible
Now, we're not sure that we personally would call this tincture "delicious" — but it is certainly the most neutral tincture we've ever tasted.
Tinctures are created by soaking plant material in alcohol, apple cider vinegar, or vegetable glycerin to dissolve the beneficial compounds. After the mixture has been given time to sit between 1-15 days, the plant material is then strained out to create a finished product.
This means tinctures usually taste...awful.
Kristen actually created a tincture while she was in California with cannabis trim and vodka, and wow, that stuff was terrible. You're supposed to hold tinctures under your tongue 15-120 seconds to allow them to absorb through your mucous membrane, but these burned so much that it was nearly impossible to last even 15 seconds.
But this tincture is very different.
Infinite CBD uses coconut oil to carry their pure CBD. When you first put them under your tongue, you can't even taste them. It's once you swallow that you are left with a very, very faint coconut taste in your mouth — a much, much nicer taste than many of the artificially flavored tinctures we've tried.
This tincture can also work as an edible.
Tinctures can also be used as edibles when added to food. When CBD is digested, it is metabolized more slowly by the body but has longer lasting effects. This particular tincture is wonderful; since it's lightly flavored, you can add a few drops to anything from your coffee to a smoothie or juice or even just to your water! You can also put a little in your favorite dessert or mixed in with the butter on your morning toast, and even cook with it at low temperatures!
As always, we had a couple of our friends test out the tincture, and here's what they had to say:
CBD Isolate Dropper used as: Topicals
Not only can you ingest this tincture, but you can also use it as a topical.
Topicals are applied to the skin and work by stimulating the endocannabinoid receptors directly where your pain is located for fast, effective relief. This tincture can be added to your favorite lotion, oil, or other balm to enhance it with CBD for daily use — perfect for all the DIYers out there!
If you're not into lotions or maybe have localized pain you'd like to treat, you can also directly apply the oil to your skin for immediate relief.
Kristen's tried lots of different topicals to help with her neck, shoulder, and upper back pain and have found this to be a wonderful option, particularly for her neck tension!
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Infinite CBD also has capsules and dabbable concentrates available on their website.
Have you tried Infinite CBD's products? We'd love to hear what you think in the comments below!
The product shown here was gifted to Hempsley by Infinite CBD. All opinions are our own. Thanks for supporting the brands that support Hempsley!
This review has been adapted from kristenwilliamsdesigns.com
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