CBD Oil Drops

What is the difference between CBD oil and CBD tinctures?
CBD oil is simply the overarching category of hemp-derived CBD being housed in orally consumable oil. A CBD tincture is a product category and is a liquid solution that can be taken by mouth.
Can you rub CBD oil or tincture on skin?
CBD tinctures are meant to be ingested, not rubbed on skin or into fur. Be sure to read any instructions on packaging when purchasing CBD products.
Can you use CBD oil for pain relief?
PureKana products are not made to treat, diagnose, or cure any ailment or condition. Many of our customers use our products daily in an effort to help promote, support, and maintain day-to-day well-being, as well as recovery from physical exercise and activity-induced soreness.
Can CBD hemp oil be used for anxiety?
PureKana CBD products can be used to help promote a sense of calm, as well as support focus and the management of normal day-to-day stresses. They are not designed to treat, cure, or diagnose any form of medical ailment.

Cannabidiol (CBD) oil is derived from the Cannabis plant. It has many therapeutic benefits and can be used to ease the symptoms of conditions such as anxiety, epilepsy, and cancer.

Many CBD products only contain trace amounts of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), so they won’t make you feel high. THC is the psychoactive cannabinoid in marijuana.

While there are plenty of CBD oils and tinctures on the market today, it’s important to know that not all of them are created equal. There are currently no over-the-counter (OTC) CBD products approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and some products may not be as effective or reliable as others.

Keep in mind that everyone responds to CBD differently. So, as you try out products, it’s important to note any positive or negative reactions.

Read on to help narrow your search, and learn about 10 CBD oils and tinctures and their uses. All of the products listed here are:

  • full-spectrum, containing less than 0.3 percent THC
  • made from U.S.-grown hemp
  • third-party tested
  • meant to be taken orally

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