Broad Spectrum THC Free* CBD Drops
Our Broad Spectrum CBD Drops contain a blend of CBD, CBG, CBN and are THC Free (<0.00%). This product is perfect for those looking to benefit from CBD but have concerns of THC for personal or professional reasons.
- 3rd Party Lab Tested (ISO 17025)
- Broad Spectrum (CBD, CBG, CBN)
- THC Levels Below 0.0%
SERVINGS: 30 x 1mL Servings
SUGGESTED USE: Take 1 mL under the tongue or as needed. Wait at least 1-2 minutes before swallowing.
INGREDIENTS: MCT Oil (Coconut Derived), Broad Spectrum Hemp Extract, Natural Flavoring.
All products contain less than 0.3% THC.
DRYING & CURING
With over 40,000 sq. ft. of available drying space, our smokable flower is dried and cured for 4 days before it is chucked and hand trimmed. By using our ventilation and heating system we naturally slow-dry our flower to preserve flavor, terpene profile and of course its beautiful premium nug look.
The crown jewel of the process. Our ethanol extraction system used to create our products comes from a long line of medical extraction systems used by the biggest names in the industry. With a daily capacity of 3,000 lbs our facility can process large amounts of flower while separating terpenes and minors to create the best custom formulations.
Through our extraction facility we are able to create Full Spectrum, Broad Spectrum, CBD Isolate, and through further methods, nano-emulsified water soluble versions. All of these key ingredients and formats give us tremendous flexibility when it comes to creating proprietary formulations for our products.
ERTH, as brand was designed to capture a unique blend of the kraft market feel with a beautiful metallic colored element to bring the product to life. We currently offer a wide range of varying products from Topicals, Tinctures, Smokable Flower, Pet Products and more! All of our products contain a unique QR Code that will show you the active cannabinoid profile of the product.
This is an exciting industry to be in right now and we are excited to share our amazing products with you. We hope that ERTH will become your most trusted CBD company.
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A full spectrum cannabidiol (CBD) tincture is not the same as full-spectrum CBD oil. We say this because the latter contains CBD as well as all of the other cannabinoids, terpenes, and fatty acids found naturally in the cannabis plant, including THC. A full-spectrum CBD extract is also known as a whole plant extract.
The oil goes through the cannabinoid extraction process and filtration in a full spectrum extract, but none of the cannabinoids or other compounds are removed. While full spectrum CBD tincture does contain THC, it is insufficient to get you high. A roadside mouth swab test, however, will almost certainly reveal it.
Many of the other chemical compounds and cannabinoids in a full-plant extract have healing properties, which is one of the advantages of a full-spectrum CBD oil. Other cannabinoids found in whole plant extracts are thought to boost CBD's overall benefits.
When a CBD oil product claims to be made using a full-spectrum extraction method, it means that the plant's original terpenes and other cannabinoids, such as cannabinol (CBN), cannabigerol (CBG), and trace amounts of THC, were not filtered during the extraction process.
It's important to understand the difference between CBD legal hemp-derived oil and marijuana-derived CBD oil before choosing a CBD oil that might work for you—from full-spectrum to other product types.
Following the passage of the 2018 Farm Bill, the United States effectively legalized industrial hemp-derived CBD products containing no more than 0.3 percent THC, bringing hemp-based CBD oil under the Food and Drug Administration's jurisdiction (FDA).
Because industrial hemp extract products contain only trace amounts of THC, CBD oil of this type will not cause intoxication in users, and you'll find plenty of CBD products are available for purchase on the internet.
CBD oil derived from marijuana typically contains both THC and CBD, with the amounts varying depending on the CBD-to-THC ratio. Marijuana plants produce a lot of resin, which contains significantly more THC and CBD than an industrial hemp plant.
CBD oil containing more than 0.3 percent THC is only available in legal adult-use states and by patients in certain legal, medical marijuana states—leaving CBD oil as the only legally viable option for some.
A full-spectrum CBD tincture is usually taken sublingually, with capillaries in the cheek, gums, and under the tongue, allowing it to enter the bloodstream. To promote absorption, tinctures should be rubbed into the tissue inside the mouth.
The remainder of the tincture is usually swallowed and absorbed through the digestive system. The CBD in the tincture interacts with the endocannabinoid system, potentially assisting the body in self-regulation and achieving homeostasis.
Shake the bottle before using a CBD tincture to ensure that the CBD is evenly distributed throughout the liquid. Squeeze the tincture under your tongue after measuring out the amount of fluid with the attached dropper. Hold the liquid in your mouth for up to three minutes, rubbing it into the oral tissue to increase absorption, then swallow.
Wait for 60 to 90 minutes before evaluating the dose's effects. If you need more, fill another dropper halfway with water and repeat the process. CBD is fat-soluble, and fat increases absorption by four to five times. Therefore, it's best to take it with a meal or a high-fat snack.
Before swallowing, place the drops under your tongue and hold them there for 30 seconds. On a daily basis, many people mix CBD oil into their favorite beverage, such as coffee, smoothies, tea, water, carbonated drinks, or juice.
CBD oils and CBD tinctures are two different products, despite the fact that the terms are often used interchangeably. Your preferences will determine the best product for you, but make it a point to shop wisely. Before experimenting with CBD, consult your doctor.
CBD oils typically contain only two ingredients: CBD and carrier oil. CBD tinctures are alcohol-based extracts that steep the plant material in high-proof alcohol. The solution is then strained and bottled, along with additional ingredients for flavor or specific benefits.
CBD oil and tinctures are similar products that contain CBD extracted from hemp or other Cannabis sativa plants. The method of extracting CBD is the main difference between the two. Carbon dioxide is used in the production of oil, but alcohol is used in the production of tinctures.
The carbon dioxide method is used to separate CBD from the plant using heat and pressure. This is generally regarded as the quickest and most efficient method of extracting the substance by manufacturers. The method is also safe for the environment, according to the FDA.
A CBD tincture is typically made by soaking cannabis in alcohol and then slowly heating the mixture. This infuses the alcohol with CBD, which is then boiled or dilutes by the manufacturer.
Manufacturers produce slightly different products as a result of these various extraction methods. CBD oil is made up of CBD suspended in a carrier oil, whereas tinctures are usually made up of glycerin or alcohol.
CBD oils will typically have a higher CBD potency, but tinctures will have a longer shelf life. Additionally, the former can be taken orally or applied topically, but the latter should not be applied to the skin.
How does full spectrum CBD oil make you feel?
Unlike THC, which activates CB1 receptors, CBD has the opposite effect, inhibiting the CB1 receptor activity. In fact, existing research suggests that when THC is combined with it, this inhibition is enhanced, resulting in a more mellow high and a reduction in THC's negative effects.
Does full spectrum CBD oil have side effects?
For most people, full spectrum CBD oil does not have any noticeable side effects. That’s not to say there are none, but that most people won’t experience any side effects. Since CBD is processed differently depending on the individual, especially if you are sensitive to CBD, you may feel some tiredness, or changes in your weight and appetite.
How long does full spectrum CBD oil stay in your system?
For the most part, CBD stays in your system for about 2-5 days. Depending on how your body processes CBD, it can remain in your system for several weeks.