CBD Tinctures

Here at Mansfield Provisions, we only use locally sourced, organically grown hemp plants in the production of our tinctures. Utilizing locally sourced hemp from our partner farms allows us to have more control over the quality of each tincture we produce. Learn more.

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Full Spectrum CBD Tinctures

We have an extensive selection of artisan-quality, fully-compliant CBD oil tinctures available for sale. Our tinctures are created with the utmost quality in mind as we monitor every step of the process. Our tinctures are also 100% full-spectrum which means you receive the complete unadulterated power of our hemp plants and all of the cannabinoids they contain; including CBD, CBG, CBN, CBC and more.

Check the lab results for up-to-date testing info. When you buy CBD oil from Mansfield Provisions, rest assured that you will always receive the highest quality product made from the highest quality, organic inputs.

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What is CBD?

CBD is an acronym for the cannabinoid known as cannabidiol. A cannabinoid is a chemical compound that’s found exclusively in cannabis plants. CBD is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid, and is used in many products from tinctures, to skincare, and beyond.

While research on this particular cannabinoid is still being conducted, CBD has been anecdotally crucial for many. But, CBD is not the only important ingredient in our tinctures. Let us explain…

It depends who you ask...

What is a CBD tincture?

Before we get into the nitty-gritty, it’s important to understand what a CBD tincture even is. A CBD tincture is typically composed of a hemp extract mixed with a carrier oil like MCT oil, hemp seed oil, coconut oil, olive oil, etc. Terminology can get confusing however, because the word “tincture” usually implies the use of alcohol within the plant extraction process.

Our tinctures do utilize an ethanol extraction method, but only to extract the beneficial chemical compounds from the hemp plants. All of the ethanol is completely evaporated from our products before they are ready to sell.

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Why we use ethanol extraction

Ethanol extraction is one of the most effective methods for pulling the beneficial constituents from the hemp plant. After this extraction method is complete, the ethanol completely evaporates and the remaining extract is mixed with MCT oil to allow for better absorption by your body’s bloodstream. Since CBD is fat-soluble, suspension in MCT oils works well for thorough distribution and consistent dosing.

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CBD brands utilize different extraction methods

While we focus on the most effective methods for extraction and pride ourselves on the quality and efficiency of our process, this is not the case with all CBD tinctures. Extraction methods and carrier oils used to make CBD tinctures or CBD oils can vary depending on the company you buy from. Yes, most use MCT (Medium Chain Triglyceride) oil, but it’s important to read the label, read the product description, and check the lab results so you know EXACTLY what you are getting.

The entourage effect is critical

Full-spectrum oil is beneficial for a variety of reasons. Namely, ingesting unadulterated cannabinoid content from CBD tinctures can contribute to what researchers refer to as the entourage effect. This theory states that cannabinoids and terpenes work together synergistically to enhance the effects of each. When it comes to full spectrum tinctures, the whole is greater than the sum of it’s parts. We also offer a range of potency levels, including 300, 600, 1200, and 2400mg, which makes it easy to find CBD tinctures suitable for customer preferences.

Frequently Asked Questions

CBD tinctures are one of the most popular CBD products on the market. Each of our tinctures is created with organic MCT oil (coconut derivative) and full-spectrum hemp extract. Our CBD tinctures are all full-spectrum, containing all parts of the hemp plant, and are made right here in Vermont. We follow hand-trimming methods at harvest to retain the quality of all cannabinoids found in the plants. Plus, our CBD tinctures are lab tested for potency and purity.

What is the difference between CBD oils and CBD tinctures?

Despite the fact that the term “tincture” has many connotations in relation to what was once thought to be a tincture, CBD tinctures and CBD oils are typically the same types of products. Although tincture was once an extract made with an alcohol solvent, modern CBD tinctures typically do not.

Manufacturers tend to use CBD tincture and CBD oil as interchangeable terms. Therefore, both cannabidiol products are created by mixing a hemp-derived extract with some type of carrier oil, such as coconut oil or hemp oil. To make sure you know what you are getting with any CBD product, simply go over the ingredient listing on the label.

How do I use a CBD tincture?

To use a CBD tincture, simply use the included dropper to measure your dose. As a general “best practice”, take a small dose and work your way up so you know how the CBD will affect you. Drop your dose under your tongue, hold the fluid in place for about 30 seconds, and then swallow as usual. While many people tend to take their CBD tinctures at night before bed, others use it in the morning to start their day. Timing comes down to preference. So, experiment!

Is CBD the same as weed?

No. Very different. CBD is a cannabinoid derived from plants that are part of the cannabis family, which does include hemp. For the most part, the term “weed” is used in reference to traditional cannabis (marijuana) that contains high levels of THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and low levels of CBD. The strains of hemp that we grow on our farm are naturally high in CBD and contain extremely low levels of THC.

Will your CBD tincture get me high?

No , our CBD oil tinctures will not get you high. Cannabidiol (CBD) is a non-intoxicating cannabinoid and is more noteworthy for its therapeutic effects. However, we use full-spectrum hemp extract to create our tinctures, which means you do get fractional amounts of other cannabinoids like THC. However, the amount is so low it is hardly detectable.

Are CBD tinctures legal?

Yes, CBD tinctures are legal thanks to the passage of the 2018 Farm Bill. All products derived from hemp that contain 0.3 percent or less THC are considered legal to purchase and ship. At Mansfield Provisions, our products are all lab-tested to ensure they contain legal amounts of THC only, so our CBD tinctures are completely legal.

How long does it take for a CBD tincture to work?

The timeline of effects for CBD tinctures can vary depending on a number of factors. (1) The amount of CBD you take, (2) your body chemistry, and (3) the way you take your CBD tincture or oil.

Generally speaking, taking CBD tinctures sublingually by placing your dose under your tongue and holding it there for absorption, will yield faster effects than just swallowing the fluid. Sublingual dosing allows the cannabinoid to reach your bloodstream in about 15 to 30 minutes, but ingesting CBD may take a few hours for the solution to take effect.

Can I apply CBD tinctures to my skin?

You can, but we don’t recommend it. Our CBD tinctures are not formulated for use on your skin and they will be much more effective when ingested sublingually. Topical application of a CBD tincture meant to be ingested will not deliver the same effects. Products meant to use on the skin are most often in the form of salves or lotions, such as our 300mg Unscented CBD Salve.

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