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Eden's Herbals offers CBD Tinctures in 1000, 2000, 3000, and 4000 MG bottles. Our cannabidiol tinctures are of the highest quality all-natural ingredients. All our Hemp extracts have been lab-tested for purity. Our CBD is free of heavy metals, pesticides, and toxins! We use MCT Oil as our preferred carrier oil. 



No THC Needed


There may be some concerns about how CBD will react with various drugs or medical conditions. THC is not needed in CBD and people can rest assured that you will not get a high or a feeling of euphoria from this drug.

As long as the label states that there is "no THC," you cannot experience a "high" from this product. CBD should be taken with caution. You should know the manufacturer and all the other chemicals that might be in your CBD. It is up to the consumer to beware of what they're buying. Please read the ingredients before purchasing. 



Exploring the Pathway of CBD


Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is the most recognized cannabinoid known to man. THC is the compound most often associated with the properties of Marijuana use. THC has been found to have amazing benefits. The ‘high’ it produces has kept many from pursuing it for mass medical adoption. This is where CBD has become a game-changing compound.

Cannabis plants come in two different crops referred to as either Hemp or Marijuana. These two crops differ in their cannabinoid makeup. The ratios of various cannabinoid compounds such as THC and CBD are different. Both crops can include a wide variety of compounds. There is no one size fits all approach to cannabinoid ratios. Marijuana tends to be THC-rich while Hemp has less than 3% THC. 

CBD can be extracted from either crop, Hemp or Marijuana. It is important to understand that CBD does not cause a feeling of being ‘high’ or lifted. The compound can be given in larger dosages. Users can continue to go about their day without impairment. 

People have not always been receptive to the use of cannabis. In the past, it got a bad rap for making you feel stoned. In recent years, people have started to shift their opinions. The use of CBD or cannabidiol, is getting a much warmer welcome. 

Many states still debate on the legalization of both medical and recreational cannabis. There is a growing influx of CBD products in the market. The problem is the majority of the population still does not know what CBD is or what it is capable of doing. If you’re curious about this product, below is a quick handy guide. This CBD Guide will be able to help address all your concerns and clear up some misconceptions about CBD.


What is CBD?


CBD dates back thousands of years. There is a large variety of chemical compounds found in the Cannabis Sativa plant. There are two active chemical structures responsible for the plant's effects. First is cannabidiol or CBD that doesn’t leave you feeling stoned. The second is tetrahydrocannabinol also known as THC. THC is the element that’s better known because of its capacity to make the users feel “high”. Unlike the latter, CBD is not psychoactive. Pure CBD allows you to reap its effects without feeling drugged. 


How to Take CBD?


In the market today, there are many different forms of cannabidiol. People actually now have the freedom to choose what product they like to try. Hereunder are the most common kinds of CBD :

  • Oils and tinctures: These are good options for anyone who cannot take pills or capsules. The oils are usually crafted with CBD then place under the tongue with a dropper. The tiny capillaries and blood vessels found in the mouth enable the compound to be absorbed.
  • Creams and lotions: CBD topical treatments are great for applying directly to the skin.
  • Capsules and pills: These are swallowed like any other pill. CBD capsules and pills take a little longer to take effect.
  • Edibles: Gummy candies are a popular way to take CBD. They take a little longer to take effect but are an enjoyable way to get the CBD.


What are the Side Effects of CBD


CBD is generally well accepted by the body and tolerated by the organ system. CBD can still have some adverse reactions in a few people. The top three noted side effects are:

  •     Diarrhea
  •     Appetite changes
  •     Fatigue 

CBD is also known to have an adverse reaction with some pharmaceutical drugs. Be sure to discuss CBD with your doctor before you go down the cannabidiol route.

As with anything you put in your body, it is important to research and read up on CBD.  Research is being conducted with each passing day about CBD use. So far, results from several studies show that CBD is safe.

According to the available information side effects for most people are minor. If you do have more severe medical conditions, you should proceed with caution.

More common side effects of CBD consumption include : :

  • Dry-mouth
  • Low blood pressure
  • Lightheaded
  • Diarrhea
  • Drowsiness
  • Irritability
  • Changes in appetite
  • Fatigue and sleepiness

Again, for most people, these side effects are minor. According to the World Health Organization, CBD has little effect on cognitive function. CBD appears to have no potential issues with dependence or abuse. This fact reiterates, again, that CBD is a very different substance than marijuana. It also means it can be consumed safely.

These side effects can be more problematic under certain conditions. For example, pregnant women are currently advised against taking CBD oil. There has been a lack of studies that determine the safety of consuming CBD for a fetus. The same applies to women nursing, as it is currently unknown how CBD may affect a young infant. Nursing women can pass along many of the substances they consume to a baby. This is why they should limit certain types of medication and alcohol.

Additionally, CBD consumption for those with Parkinson's Disease may worsen muscle tremors.  CBD is not recommended for individuals with Parkinson's.

CBD can have negative interactions with other medications. For example, the Mayo Clinic has said that blood thinners can interact with CBD. CBD can raise the levels of coumadin in your body. There is some evidence that CBD can increase specific liver enzymes which is a sign of liver damage. This does not mean that CBD can cause liver damage. It does mean, that people with liver damage should proceed with caution.

As such, as always, it is best to consult with a doctor or medical professional before ingesting CBD. Your doctor will know your medical condition. They should be able to give you appropriate medical advice.

There are certain ways to lower the side effects of CBD consumption. 

First, consider discussing CBD use with people who have already consumed the same type of CBD as you. If possible, check with the seller of the product to try and learn common reactions and side effects. 

Ease your way into the CBD consumption. Start with a low dose and make sure your body can tolerate it - gradually ramp up your dosage from there.

Put yourself in a position where you can deal with any side effects. For example; be somewhere where you can lie down, exit a situation to use the bathroom, get food, etc.

Consider starting with longer-acting (such as edibles or topicals) as opposed to quick-acting. This ensures that any negative side effects of CBD will occur in a more gradual and less intense way.

Some individual side effects may be easier to avoid than others. For example, if you have an upset stomach, you may find that eating before taking CBD may help. You may realize you need to not eat. Either way, prepare your body to experiment to determine what works best for you.


CBD Dosage


According to studies conducted, CBD can be safe in higher doses and over extended periods of time. For example, according to WebMD:

A study from The National Institute of Health shows humans can take doses up to 600 mg daily without psychotic symptoms. 300 mg daily can be consumed for at least six months. 1200-1500 mg daily can be consumed for up to four weeks.

CBD products that you use should lab-tested for their CBD purity. There is no governmental regulation that checks the purity and dosage of CBD products.

This is important because some CBD dealers are less than honest about their dosage. According to the Mayo Clinic, a recent study done on 84 CBD products. The study showed that more than a 25% of products tested contained less CBD than advertised. 18 of them actually contained THC, which is still illegal in the majority of the country. This could be a very substantial problem. If individuals take a drug test, THC can trigger a positive result. This could have a devastating career or legal implications! It is a best practice in the CBD world to only use products that have had their CBD lab-tested. THC can hinder your ability to perform some tasks. Activities like driving can be dangerous.

Depending on your method of consumption, measuring an exact dosage level can be difficult. Pills are the best method for accurate dosage. Certain types of edibles can usually provide a pretty good degree of specificity. Some edibles, tinctures, and lotions dosages may vary. Try to get an exact determination of how much CBD you are consuming.

It is important to note that CBD has yet to be approved by the federal Food & Drug Administration for any dosage. Only one CBD drug for certain types of seizures called Epidiolex got approved. The most effective therapeutic dose of CBD for any other condition has yet to be determined. There is no "official" safe dose for CBD. More research is needed, but this also puts the onus for safe use on you.

As a result of the lack of guidance on appropriate dosages, the safest thing you can do is start slowly. Determine what works for you. A variety of factors specific to you which will impact whether a dose actually helps you feel better. This includes your weight, organ function, age, and body chemistry.


CBD Methods of Ingestion



CBD Vape Pens


Vapes, as you may know, are becoming popular alternatives to smoking nicotine. When it comes to CBD, vaping can be used to smoke the parts of the hemp plant which flowers. This helps preserve the CBD and allows for quick ingestion.

Vape pens work by heating up a dry or liquid ingredient (hemp plants, for example), turning it into a vapor. Vape Pens come with portable batteries, and these batteries power the device. It gets so hot turning the juice into a vapor.

Using a vape pen allows for the CBD to have extremely quick access to your bloodstream. It can take effect in under thirty seconds. Vape pens are also somewhat discrete - you keep them in your pocket and take a hit as needed.

Vaping can be illegal in some places, so you'll have to be sure to check local and state laws before using them. Additionally, vape pens contain chemicals that can be harmful. These harmful chemicals can cause some negative side effects. You should always make sure you do your research. Get a high-quality pen which will not cause you problems. Vape pens also make it difficult to control the amount of CBD you are ingesting. This can cause problems if you take too much. Last, vape pens are new - and that means that the impact of their long-term use is currently unknown.

The use of vape pens can also get expensive. You not only have to buy the pen itself but other related equipment, including cartridges and chargers.


CBD Tinctures


Tinctures are small droplets of CBD, usually mixed with a carrier oil. CBD Tinctures can be placed under the tongue (sublingual) or mixed with another food or drink. The material is not pure CBD. It's usually mixed with another substance, called a carrier oil. A common carrier oil is MCT Coconut.

Mixing with food or a drink can help disguise the taste or smell of a tincture. A good tincture is one that you can ingest on its own. Tinctures come in a variety of potential mixes. Allowing you to take one based on your personal preference.

Tinctures usually take only minutes to take effect if you consume them sublingually. If you don't want to vape, this is the second quickest method of feeling CBD's effects.

Like vaping, it can be difficult to determine how much CBD you are actually consuming. This, of course, can be problematic. Furthermore, if you do mix a tincture with food, you risk diluting it or not consuming the full dose.


CBD Rubs, Salves, Lotions & Topical


With CBD Lotions, CBD is mixed with other chemicals to make a lotion. The CBD is then absorbed into the skin. It comes in numerous varieties, including lotions, creams, and topicals. Some essential oils like lavender or chamomile are added to create a pleasant scent.  Other CBD lotions are unscented.

It is always possible that the CBD (or other materials of the lotion) may have a negative impact or your skin. Always check with a medical professional or experiment first. Depending on the lotion you select and where you rub it, you can be left with an unpleasant greasy feeling or smell. You'll also have to be sure that you are not allergic to any of the substances in the CBD lotion. 

A close sister to the CBD Lotion is the CBD Salve. CBD Salves tend to be much thicker than lotions. It has the consistency like lip balm. Many salves are made using a lip balm base. Salve tends to hydrate the skin better and last longer. Because it is so thick a roll-on stick helps apply it easier. 

CBD topicals can be a pro or a con. This method takes the longest in order for your body to feel the impact of the CBD. CBD Topicals also makes it the longest-lasting effect.


CBD Edibles


CBD edibles are food or drinks which can be consumed like any other. The biggest benefit of CBD ingesting via edibles is obvious: You find a food you like and consume it that way. Choosing your own foods makes ingesting CBD more pleasant. CBD edibles come in a wide variety of pre-made foods. Foods like, gummy bears, chocolates, honey, salad dressing, fruit chews, and other candies. Since they look like any other food, you can consume them discretely. It just looks like you are having any other snack. This makes them much easier to ingest then any vape, tincture, or lotion. It will usually take about thirty minutes to feel the effects of consuming CBD in an edible form.

If you do go with edibles and other candies, you must make sure that you store them away from children. There have been cases of children eating marijuana edibles thinking they were candy. CBD should only be consumed by people whose bodies are ready for it. This includes people checked by an appropriate medical professional. In other words, not children who think they are eating gummy bears. If you are trying to watch your weight or have any food allergies, CBD edibles may not be an option for you.


CBD Pills/Capsules


Pills are a quick way of getting CBD into your system and can be taken like any other medication. Their biggest positive, no doubt, is that you can accurately dose which you put into your body.

Like anything else which you eat, there will be a delay before feeling CBD's impact. CBD in food has to go through your digestive system before being absorbed into the rest of your body. If you consume CBD pills, it will pass through your liver. It breaks down the concentration of CBD and enters the bloodstream. You also have to be careful about which carrier oil the CBD is suspended in. Depending on your body and tastes, the carrier oil may have negative side effects.




There are a few things to consider when it comes to ingesting CBD:

1 .How quickly do you need to feel the effects? Would you rather get a powerful and immediate effect, or would you prefer something that lasts longer?

2 . How discrete do you need to be? Are there any legal concerns which you need to worry about, such as vaping in public?

3 . What kind of storage requirements do you have available?

4 . Are you worried about potential negative side-effects that may come with your preferred method of ingestion?

As you can likely tell, there is no "best" method of getting CBD into your system. That depends on you and your personal preferences. But, as always, whatever method you choose, make sure to do your research so you are aware of the potential pros or cons of how you're ingesting the CBD. Doing so ensures that you will have the best experience possible and get the maximum benefit.


Further Information

Read more about Using CBD Tinctures

9 Best Carrier Oils for CBD Tinctures






What does CBD Tincture taste like?


Of all the carrier oils we tested, we decided on MCT because it has the most pleasing taste. Since CBD has no taste the tincture itself is pretty much tasteless. We also offer a cinnamon flavored tincture that has delicious cinnamon flavor. Taste is always a concern especially for users that use it daily. Please contact us if you have any flavor suggestions.


How do I use CBD Tinctures?


Shake the bottle, some of the CBD will re-crystallize and float to the bottom. Squeeze the rubber dropper to draw the tincture into the eyedropper. Squirt the oil in your mouth and let it sit under your tongue for about a minute or two. This will allow the crystals to enter your bloodstream through the capillaries under your tongue. After 1-2 minutes under your tongue, you can swallow the remaining oil.


How fast do CBD Tinctures work?


Since Tinctures are sublingual they tend to work quickly if used properly. If CBD works for you, you should feel it within 15 minutes sublingual but could take up to 30 minutes for some users.


Which CBD Tincture should I buy?


If you have never used the tinctures or CBD before, we suggest trying the 1000 mg tincture. CBD may not work for you, so it's better to first see if CBD helps you. If it does you can always purchase a larger amount on your second order as many of our customers do.


Will CBD Tinctures get me high?


We do offer THC-Free Tinctures. The psychoactive compound known as THC has been removed leaving just pure CBD! Within minutes after consuming the tincture, you may feel more relaxed due to the positive effect on your endocannabinoid system.


How quickly does the CBD Tinctures work?


Sublingual administration is fast-acting. Adding the tincture under the tongue, effects will start within 15 to 20 minutes.


Do you provide discrete shipping?


Yes, our shipping only displays our Eden's Herbals and our return address. Nowhere on the package does it state what was purchased. Inside the package with the product is a packing slip showing what was ordered.


What makes Eden's Herbals the best option?


The short answer is our price. We provide the same CBD that other major brands provide from Colorado. We keep our prices low by buying in bulk and keeping our overhead as low as possible. Other brands may provide fancy labeling and boxes but you will pay a higher price for their added packaging and fancy labels.


Can you smoke cbd tincture?


The short answer is no. Vape products are specially formulated using vegetable oils used just for vaping. Some people feel that vaping MCT Tinctures are safe but we do not recommend that. 


Can you use cbd tinctures topically?


The answer is maybe. It depends on the carrier oil and how it effects your skin. If you do not have any skin reaction then using a tincture will work as a topical. We use MCT coconut oil as a CBD Tincture carrier oil. It is safe to use as a topical. 


Can dogs have cbd tinctures?


The answer is maybe. It depends on the carrier oil and how it effects your pet. Eden's Herbals CBD Tinctures use MCT as carrier oil. This is safe for dogs and the taste is acceptable. We do not recommend using flavored oils like cinnamon. The tinctures should also only contain cbd isolate and not full-spectrum. Never give your pet THC as it could potentially cause a bad reaction.


When to use cbd tinctures?


Tinctures are best used because it's fast acting, easy of use and with its eyedropper measuring for accurate dosing.


How cbd tinctures are made?


Tinctures are made in several different methods. Some use CBD mixed with a carrier oil. Others use alcohol as base. Carrier oil bases are a wide variety of vegetable type oil. We use MCT Coconut oil for its pleasing taste. Hemp seed oil tastes very bitter.


How to ingest cbd tinctures?


The best way to take CBD tinctures is to squirt the CBD under the tongue and hold at least 30 seconds to a minute before swallowing. This will make the tincture enter the bloodstream faster.



CBD Products have been not been approved or evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration to cure or prevent any disease.