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Learn | 01.12.2022

Meet Botany Farms’ New Live Resin Tinctures

The quality cannabis we love from this brand, now in a tincture form.

Back in the day when marihuana was sold as medicine in dark, amber-colored, thick glass jars, people were consuming what was perhaps the granddaddy of modern-day tinctures.

To this day, cannabis tinctures are still a powerful and capable source of cannabinoids that will give you relief and relaxation.

Check out these two tinctures made by Botany Farms you will come to love.

What Is A Tincture?

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Before they were banned in the thirties, cannabis tinctures were really popular because of the relief and comfort they would bring to patients needing some good, beneficial cannabinoids.

However, tinctures don’t only come from cannabis. You can virtually make these extractions out of any plant if you have a solvent base.

A tincture is a concentrated herbal extract often created by soaking plant-based materials in a solvent; animal material can also be used, although it is less frequent.

Some solvents, such as alcohol or vinegar, can be utilized; however, nowadays, we see more glycerin and oil bases when cannabis tinctures are at play. 

You may even try to make a tincture at home! When compared to dissolving tea or sugar in water, the procedure of producing a tincture is pretty straightforward.

Solids are broken down by the solvent and transported to the resultant solution in liquid form.

The trichomes, cannabinoids, oils, and terpenes are dissolved and suspended in the tincture solution, which the user may benefit from.

How Do Tinctures Affect My Body?

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One of the best features of tinctures is how easy to use and discreet they are. These allow the user to experience the whole range of effects and benefits of cannabis.

THC and CBD tinctures are available, so you may have a similar experience as smoking or eating an edible. 

Whether you want to use tinctures for recreational or medicinal purposes, consider that these are different from edibles or smokables.

You might easily get a psychoactive high with a tincture, and if you’re simply interested in the medical aspects, you can do so as well; just look at the components that the tincture you’re interested in has.

Botany Farms has two beautifully-packed tinctures that come in live resin CBD plus Delta 8 THC or Delta 9 THC.

This is wonderful because you get to choose how strong you want your psychoactive effects to be, and if you go for the CBD + Delta 8 THC option, you will get a more relaxing and calming experience, rather than the more energizing Delta 9 THC one. 

Live Resin CBD + THC Tincture

Botany Farms’ Live Resin CBD + THC tincture was made using a limited Sour Space Candy strain batch. The flower was collected ten days earlier to keep the terpene and cannabinoid levels at the highest possible level. 

Rather than air-drying the flowers for smokable consumption, they flash freeze the plants as soon as they were harvested to preserve all of the smells and scents.

This will make the tincture potent and full of aroma, which has a fresh, citrusy, and tangy flavor of sour apple with earthy notes.

Botany Farms recommends a  serving dosage of around 50 mg of CBD and 3 mg of THC. Each bottle has approximately 30 servings. Try to test your tolerance level and work your way up.

Live Resin CBD + Delta 8 THC Tincture

Like the previous tincture, the Botany Farms Live Resin CBD + Delta 8 THC tincture features the Sour Space Candy flower, which has a delicious aroma and incredible potency.

This well-balanced 2:1 blend combines the advantages of high CBD cannabis flower with the euphoric characteristics of Delta 8 THC.

Botany Farms recommends this product for use any time of the day. However, you should start your doses low and work your way up. Each bottle of CBD + D8 Tincture contains around 30 servings.

Each serving contains approximately 33 mg of CBD and 17 mg of Delta 8 THC. 

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