The delta 8 tincture is here! If you enjoy this new variant of THC, then you will love this new way to administer it. We currently have sales going on on our site, so it’s the perfect time to take full advantage of them. That said, it’s understandable that you might need to know a little more about delta 8 tinctures and how to use them. This is why we came up with this guide. Let’s get right to it and first talk about what, exactly, are delta 8 tinctures.
What is delta 8 tincture?
A tincture is a special way to store an extract. There are generally two ways to store an extract in liquid form, depending on the solvent used: oils and tinctures. An oil is self-explanatory in that it uses oil as the base solvent to store the extract. A tincture, on the other hand, uses alcohol as the base solvent. The mixture is then placed in a bottle.
Our delta 8 tinctures are of high quality, containing delta 8 THC extracted from hemp and placed into a bottle. We use high quality ingredients that are easy to ingest. The product is also very versatile, meaning there are plenty of options for how you can administer it, allowing you to find something that suits you.
One of the most popular ways to ingest tinctures is sublingually. This is a great way to get the delta 8 THC into your system rapidly, as it is absorbed by the sublingual artery. You can also add delta 8 tinctures into your favorite beverages and even foods, or you can opt out of ingesting it altogether and apply it topically on the skin. The most common way of consuming delta 8 tincture, however, is ingestion, thanks to how rapidly the effects kick in.
There are three main ways to administer delta 8 tinctures:
This is by far the most common and popular way to administer delta 8 THC. Sublingual administration simply means placing a few drops of the tincture under your tongue, and then waiting for anywhere from 30 seconds to a minute for the absorption to happen. The tincture is absorbed into the sublingual artery, where it goes directly into the bloodstream, bypassing the stomach and liver. This is why the effects of sublingual administration are almost instant.
Another viable way to administer delta 8 THC is via ingestion. This method is also becoming very popular among users. You call either swallow the tincture directly or add it to a beverage or food and mix the two. This method gives you endless options in terms of how you can ingest it, with different snacks, desserts, meals, and beverages being excellent candidates for ingestion. Ingestion is a great method to administer delta 8 THC, though it should be noted that the effects can take up to 2 hours after ingestion to start kicking in. On the other hand, the effects via ingestion tend to be stronger than those via sublingual administration. This is why some consumers love to take delta 8 THC edibles.
This is not a very common method of administration, but it is still viable. Topical application is also growing in popularity among many users. As hard to believe as it may seem, you can directly apply delta 8 THC on your skin. One of the reasons why this method has grown in popularity is that hemp has many benefits beyond the psychoactive effects of THC. It can actually help to rejuvenate your skin. The solution also functions much the same way that a lotion would. You can even use the delta 8 distillate to create your own custom topicals for pain relief, much the same way you would use CBD lotion. Unfortunately, however, you will not experience the psychoactive effects you would via the other methods.
Delta 8 THC tincture is a wonderful way to enjoy this distillate. You can enjoy it directly via sublingual administration, put it in your favorite food or drink, or apply it directly on your skin. Our advice is to start with microdoses spread throughout the day. You can up the dosage as you get more accustomed to it. The most important thing, however, is that you have fun!