Our Delta 8 THC Tinctures have just landed! This is the perfect time to take advantage of all the sales that we currently have going on. However, you might not know of all the ways you are able to administer them. So, we decided to come up with a guide of 3 ways to administer our Delta 8 THC Tinctures.

What Are Delta 8 THC Tinctures?

A Tincture is the extract that you get from a plant – made into an oil – and placed in a bottle. Our Delta 8 THC Tinctures are Hemp extracts placed into a bottle; it is made into an oil so that you can easily ingest it. This is a versatile product that comes with a variety of options. It allows you to administer and enjoy it the way that suits you best.

A popular way to ingest a tincture is sublingual. This allows for rapid absorption using the sublingual artery – ingestion. Also, you can add it to your favorite foods and beverages, or enjoy it topically. Taking it sublingual is the most common form of administering using a tincture; although ingestion is becoming increasingly popular.

Administering Delta 8 THC Using A Tincture

Administering a Delta 8 THC Tinctures

Here are some popular ways to administer Delta 8 THC using a tincture.

Sublingual

Using a Delta 8 tincture sublingually is the most common method of delivery. It is often the most preferred method as well. To use a tincture sublingually, means you are placing drops of the liquid under your tongue for 30-seconds and up to 1-minute. By doing this, the liquid is quickly absorbed by means of the sublingual artery. This method avoids the gut and liver, allowing Delta 8 and other ingredients to transmit directly into the bloodstream from the lining of the mouth.

Ingestion

Ingesting Delta 8 using a tincture is another viable option that is gained in popularity. Essentially, you would use the tincture as a food, swallowing the Delta 8 THC distillate on its own or by simply adding it to your favorite foods or beverages. The options are nearly endless using this method, as you can add it to a variety of foods, like desserts, break meals, dinner, and more. It not only enhances your experience but also delays the onset by up to 2-hours and offers even stronger effects, which is why many people are turning to Delta 8 THC edibles.

Topical

Although it isn’t the most common method of delivery, using tinctures as a topical is growing in popularity. You would find it hard to believe that you can apply the Delta 8 distillate directly to your skin. This method has become popular because Hemp has many therapeutic properties aside from THC. Also, the concentrated solution works in the same way as lotions. In fact, you can even create your own Topicals using the distillate to provide targeted relief, similar to CBD Lotion. However, the psychoactive effects you enjoy will not be present when used topically (Tip: mix your Delta 8 THC tincture with regular lotion to create your own hemp cream).

Different Types of Delta 8 THC Tinctures

You’ll find our Delta 8 THC Tinctures are all different types of Delta-8. However, the main ingredient remains the same – Delta 8 THC. The added Terpenes and Flavonoids are added to enhance the experience. 

Balance

Balance Premium Delta 8 THC Tincture

Strain: Hybrid 
Terpenes: Myrcene, Caryophyllene, and Terpineol
Flavor Profile: Hints of Passion Fruit

Focus

Chill Premium Delta 8 THC Tincture

Strain: Sativa 
Terpenes: Pulegone, Cedrene, & b-pinene
Flavor Profile: Hints of Spearmint

Chill

Chill Premium Delta 8 THC Tincture

Strain: Indica 
Terpenes: Nerolidol, Borneol, and Linalool
Flavor Profile: Hints of Grape

Conclusion

3 ways to administer Delta 8 THC Conclusion

There are many ways to use a tincture, which is why we’re so thrilled to provide a line-up of tinctures using our special Delta 8 THC distillate. Whether it’s taken sublingually, added to your favorite foods or beverages, and you make your own pain cream, we’re glad to provide yet another solution for your specific needs and become your go-to online destination for premium Delta 8 THC products.

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