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If you’re researching cannabidiol (CBD) oil, you’ll likely come across information about CBD tinctures, too.


You may wonder whether both terms describe the same product. Technically, they don’t, but it’s an easy mistake to make.


“A true ‘tincture’ is an herbal extract suspended in alcohol, as opposed to an oil,” says Jim Higdon, co-founder of Cornbread Hemp. “Nearly all CBD products are properly classified as CBD oils, even though many are called tinctures.”


He explains that the products are similar in that they both come in small glass bottles with dropper tops for sublingual administration.

While CBD oils and tinctures may be packaged in the same way, there are some important distinctions. Here’s what to understand about the differences between a CBD oil vs. tincture so you can decide what’s best for your needs.

CBD Tincture

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