Sublingual CBD Oil Drops, Sprays & Hemp Extract Oil

An ingestible alternative to pills and capsules, sublingual CBD oil is an easy-to-take supplement and widely accepted form of treatment for conditions ranging from depression and anxiety to pain relief and sleep assistance. Massage Warehouse has carefully procured a selection of quality CBD sublingual oils and sublingual hemp extract oil from industry-leading manufacturers like Charlotte’s Web, Lab+Blends by Biotone, Green Roads, and more. Shop confidently with our 110% Price Match Guarantee! Read More Read Less

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How does CBD Sublingual Oil work?

The term ‘sublingual’ refers to allowing medication to dissolve under the tongue rather than by swallowing or chewing. The CBD oil is absorbed through the capillaries in the mouth, where the active ingredients quickly enter the bloodstream. After absorption, CBD oil typically begins working within 30 minutes.

What brands of CBD Sublingual Oil are available?

Massage Warehouse offers only the most highly respected brands and manufacturers in the CBD and hemp oil industry today. We work with PlusCBD Oil™, Lab+Blends™, Charlotte’s Web™, and other trusted names to deliver effective relief in sublingual form. Shop confidently with our 110% price match guarantee.

How many drops of CBD oil should I take at one time?

The proper dosage of CBD oil is largely dependent on a number of factors including body weight, the condition being treated, individual body chemistry, and the concentration of CBD in each dose. As with any medication, it is important to consult a healthcare professional for dosing recommendations and possible side effects. If your doctor does not provide specific instruction, start with a small dosage and gradually increase it each day until your symptoms subside.

What are the benefits of sublingual hemp oil?

Sublingual CBD and hemp extract oil are known to offer many health and wellness benefits including reduced stress and anxiety, improved sleep, reduction of pain and inflammation, improved heart health, and even relief from symptoms associated with inflammatory bowel disease.

Are CBD sublingual drops and tinctures the same thing?

The short answer is: They can be. CBD tinctures are highly concentrated liquids that should be taken in small doses either with food like soup or in drinks like coffee or tea. They are processed using an alcohol base to extract the CBD from the plant. Because of the alcohol content, tinctures tend to have a longer shelf life. CBD oil, whether marketed as sublingual or otherwise, typically consist of a blend including a carrier oil, essential oils for taste, and active ingredients. Whether to choose one or the other to use sublingually is based on personal preference and how well you tolerate the base ingredients.


CBD Oil USER'S MANUAL

A Beginner’s Guide to Cannabidiol & Cannabis Therapeutics

  1. What is CBD?
  2. Cannabidiol or CBD is a non-intoxicating component of the cannabis plant with enormous therapeutic potential. Although CBD doesn’t make people feel high like THC does, it’s causing quite a buzz among scientists, health professionals, and medical marijuana patients who are using CBD-rich products to treat a wide range of conditions—chronic pain, cancer, Crohn’s, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, PTSD, cardiovascular disease, anxiety, antibiotic-resistant infections, multiple sclerosis, schizophrenia, and more. Academic research centers in the United States and elsewhere are currently studying the effects of CBD on these and other ailments. Scientists refer to CBD as a “promiscuous” compound because it confers therapeutic benefits in many different ways while tapping into how we function physiologically and biologically on a deep level. Extensive preclinical research and some clinical studies have shown that CBD has strong anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, anticonvulsant, anti-depressant, anti-psychotic, anti-tumoral, and neuroprotective qualities. Cannabidiol can change gene expression and remove beta amyloid plaque, the hallmark of Alzheimer’s, from brain cells.

  3. Which is better CBD or THC?
  4. Cannabidiol and THC (The High Causer) are the power couple of cannabis therapeutics; they work best together. CBD and THC interact synergistically to potentiate each other’s curative qualities. CBD enhances THC’s painkilling and anticancer properties, while lessening THC’s psychoactivity. CBD can also mitigate adverse effects caused by too much THC, such as anxiety and rapid heartbeat. When both compounds are present in sufficient amounts in the same cannabis strain or product, CBD will lower the ceiling on the THC high while prolonging its duration. (“Relaxing but not intoxicating” is how one patient described CBD-rich cannabis.) CBD broadens the range of conditions treatable with cannabis, such as liver, cardiovascular and metabolic disorders, which may be less responsive to THC-dominant remedies. CBD and THC both stimulate neurogenesis, the creation of new brain cells, in adult mammals.

  5. What’s the best way to take CBD?
  6. The most appropriate delivery system for CBD-rich cannabis is one that provides an optimal dose for a desired duration with few unwanted side effects. CBD-rich cannabis flower varietals for smoking or vaping are available in many medical marijuana dispensaries, but most CBD patients prefer non-inhalable products made with cannabis oil concentrates. Although banned by federal law, measurable doses of potent CBD-rich cannabis remedies are available in many non-smokable forms and can be utilized in various ways. The time of onset and duration of effect vary depending on the method of administration. CBD-rich cannabis oil products can be taken sublingually, orally (as edibles, lozenges, beverages, tinctures, and gel caps), or applied topically. Concentrated cannabis oil extracts can also be heated and inhaled with a vape pen. Inhalation is good for treating acute symptoms that require immediate attention; the effects can be felt within a minute or two and typically last for a couple of hours. The effects of orally administered CBD-rich cannabis oil can last for four hours or more, but the onset of effects is much slower (30-90 minutes) than inhalation.

  7. What is the optimal dosage of CBD?
  8. An effective dosage can range from as little as a few milligrams of CBD-enriched cannabis oil to a gram or more. Begin with a small dose of high CBD/low THC oil, especially if you have little or no experience with cannabis. Take a few small doses over the course of the day rather than one big dose. Use the same dose and ratio for several days. Observe the effects and if necessary adjust the ratio or amount. Don’t overdo it. Cannabis compounds have biphasic properties, which means that low and high doses of the same substance can produce opposite effects. Small doses of cannabis tend to stimulate; large doses sedate. Too much THC, while not lethal, can amplify anxiety and mood disorders. CBD has no known adverse side effects, but an excessive amount of CBD could be less effective therapeutically than a moderate dose. “Less is more” is often the case with respect to cannabis therapy.

  9. What should one look for when choosing a CBD-rich product?
  10. Look for products with clear labels showing the quantity and ratio of CBD and THC per dose, a manufacturing date, and a batch number (for quality control). Select products with quality ingredients: No corn syrup, trans fats, GMOs, artificial additives, thinning agents or preservatives. CBD-rich products should be lab tested for consistency and verified as being free of mold, bacteria, pesticides, solvent residues, and other contaminants. Best to avoid products extracted with toxic solvents like BHO, propane, hexane or other hydrocarbons. Opt for products that utilize safer extraction methods such as supercritical CO2 or food-grade ethanol.

  11. If CBD is so good, won’t pure CBD be even better?
  12. Single-molecule CBD will inevitably become a federally approved Big Pharma medicine. Products infused with a crystalline CBD isolate, derived and extensively refined from industrial hemp, are already being marketed by unregulated internet storefronts. But single-molecule CBD is less effective therapeutically than whole plant CBD-rich oil extract. Scientific studies have established that synthetic, single-molecule CBD has a very narrow therapeutic window and requires precise, high doses for efficacy, whereas lower dose, whole-plant, CBD-rich treatment regimens are already showing efficacy for many conditions among patients in medical marijuana states. Whether synthesized in a Big Pharma lab or derived from industrial hemp, single-molecule CBD lacks critical secondary cannabinoids and other medicinal compounds found in high-resin cannabis strains. These compounds interact with CBD and THC to enhance their therapeutic benefits. Scientists call this the “entourage effect.” Numerous cannabis compounds have medicinal attributes, but the therapeutic impact of whole plant cannabis is greater than the sum of its parts.

  13. Is there a difference between CBD derived from hemp and CBD derived from marijuana?
  14. If you live in a state where medical marijuana is legal and available, look for CBD products made from high-resin cannabis (rather than low resin industrial hemp) that are sold in medical marijuana dispensaries. Hemp-derived CBD-infused products of varying quality are also available via dozens of internet storefronts. Compared to whole plant CBD-rich cannabis, industrial hemp is typically low in cannabinoid content. A huge amount of hemp is required to extract a small amount of CBD, thereby raising the risk of contaminants because hemp, a bio accumulator, draws toxins from the soil. That’s a great feature for restoring a poisoned ecosystem, but it’s not recommended for extracting medicinal oil. Heavily refined CBD paste or terpene-free CBD powder is poor starter material for formulating CBD-rich oil products. The FDA has tested dozens of so-called CBD “hemp oil” products and found that in many cases these products contained little or no CBD. CBD-infused nutraceuticals have not been approved by the FDA as food supplements; nor are these products legal in all 50 U.S. states. By and large, however, interstate CBD commerce is tolerated by federal authorities.

  15. Does CBD have any adverse side effects? What about drug interactions?
  16. CBD is a very safe substance, but patients taking other medications should check with their doctor about drug interactions, which are more likely when consuming high doses of single-molecule CBD products. At sufficient dosages, CBD will temporarily deactivate cytochrome P450 enzymes, thereby altering how we metabolize a wide range of compounds, including THC. Cytochrome P450 enzymes metabolize more than 60 percent of Big Pharma meds. CBD is a more potent inhibitor of cytochrome P450 than the grapefruit compound Bergapten, so ask your doctor if grapefruit interacts with your medication. If grapefruit does, then CBD probably does, too. Patients on a CBD-rich treatment regimen should monitor changes in blood levels of prescription medications and, if need be, adjust dosage.

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