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All of the components in our premium CBD tincture are USDA Certified Organic. Since we never cut corners when it comes to quality, each batch of our USDA Organic CBD oil tinctures is put through a thorough testing process by an independent lab to guarantee efficacy, safety, and transparency. Discover the impact Joy can make in your life by selecting from our selection of enjoyable formulas, which include full spectrum (less than 0.3% THC) and broad spectrum (0.0% THC) alternatives.

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Our premium CBD tincture are made entirely of USDA Certified Organic ingredients. We never compromise on quality, which is why every batch of our USDA Organic CBD oil tinctures is rigorously tested by a third-party lab to ensure safety, transparency, and efficacy. Choose between our variety of fun formulas, with full spectrum (less than 0.3% THC) and broad spectrum (0.0% THC) options, and discover the difference Joy can make in your life.


What to Look for in CBD Tinctures?

The best CBD tinctures are made with premium ingredients, provide exact dosages of CBD, and are simple to incorporate into your regular routine. Together with many other fantastic CBD tincture benefits, they are simple to use, adaptable, and help you manage the demands of daily life while maintaining your general health and wellness. It can be challenging, though, to distinguish between CBD tinctures that are high quality and those you should stay away from when they all appear to be somewhat similar. Among the things you ought to search for are: The CBD's origin: Was it derived from premium hemp? GMP certification: Does production adhere to the standards of the Good Manufacturing Process? The concentration of CBD: What is your desired amount of CBD per serving? Usability: Is it simple to incorporate the CBD tincture into your daily routine? Extra components: Are the substances used to make the tinctures superior?



Want to learn more about our broad and full spectrum CBD tinctures before buying? Not sure how to use your organic CBD tincture now that it’s arrived? Chances are, we’ve already addressed your questions and concerns below. Take a look!

What is a CBD tincture?
Our ancestors have used tinctures in medicine for centuries. A tincture combines extracts with a base for oral use, cooking, or baking. Most commonly, CBD companies infuse alcohol with CBD oil to make tinctures. Sterling Hemps uses a less abrasive medium, such as organic extra virgin olive oil or organic medium-chain triglycerides (MCT) oil.
Where to Buy Premium Organic CBD Tincture?
CBD tinctures are readily available in many places, including pharmacies, gas stations, and head shops. While these stores are convenient, they might not carry items that are third-party lab tested, or have merchants with the knowledge base necessary to answer your questions. It's best to choose a reputable online retailer who proudly displays third-party lab reports for their premium CBD products, like Sterling Hemps Lab! Why is it so important? Not that long ago, the attitudes toward cannabis were markedly different. But now, finding CBD products of all sorts, including CBD softgels, CBD bath bombs, or CBD oils, is extremely easy. The content of such products will differ, as in some states they cannot contain more than 0.3% THC, whereas in others, there are no such limits. However, you shouldn’t rely only on the information provided by a manufacturer. CBD isn’t regulated by the FDA, which means that the contents of CBD oil tinctures could be slightly different from the claims made by the CBD company. By ‘slightly different’, we mean that it could contain some dangerous substances, such as heavy metals or pesticides, or the THC levels could be several times higher than indicated. Even if it was only the latter, this could lead to car accidents, or at least some injuries, as the consumption of such CBD oils would impair motor functions and slow down reaction times. You wouldn’t know that a CBD product contains a large amount of THC before trying it out. According to a study conducted by the Penn State College of Medicine, over one-fifth of CBD products that are labeled as having no THC actually do contain some THC. Unfortunately, some CBD companies are hell-bent on making a profit without caring whether their customers receive high-quality CBD oils that are accurately labeled. Because of that, if you aren’t sure where you should buy CBD products, we would recommend staying away from websites that don’t provide third-party lab test results. Nowadays, it’s a common practice for reputable CBD companies to publicly share such data to prove that they don’t have anything to hide. This way, consumers can know what the contents of CBD oil tinctures and other products are before they use them.
How Are Sterling HEMP's CBD Tinctures Flavored?
Sterling Hemps USDA Certified Organic CBD tinctures are formulated with the highest-quality ingredients. The main flavoring agent in every CBD tincture is organic essential oils. We also use organic carrier oils, such as extra virgin olive oil and MCT oil, that improve absorption and promote a smooth flavor.
What Is CBD Tincture Used For?
CBD tinctures are used to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Phytocannabinoids in hemp extract interact with cannabinoid receptors located throughout our bodies. This interaction supports homeostasis (balance) throughout the body. Millions of people use CBD oil to find balance in their sleep patterns, support post-workout recovery, and maintain focus, among other benefits!
Why Use CBD Tinctures?
CBD tinctures are a fast-acting way to introduce hemp extract to your routine. Since they absorb quickly, CBD tinctures are ideal for sudden triggers, middle-of-the-night sleep support, and everyday discomfort.
What Is CBD Oil vs CBD Oil Tincture?
CBD oil is hemp extract—a viscous oil enriched with phytocannabinoids, terpenes, and other beneficial molecules. When you mix CBD with another carrier oil, such as MCT oil or extra virgin olive oil, it becomes a tincture. Alternately, some companies use alcohol to extract phytocannabinoids from hemp plant matter. Manufacturers then strain the mixture and bottle the alcohol and CBD oil combination as tinctures.
What’s the Difference Between Full Spectrum and Broad Spectrum CBD Tinctures?
That’s why, before you decide to buy CBD oil, you should learn more about the differences between full-spectrum and broad-spectrum CBD tinctures. Though both of those products contain CBD, their effects will vary somewhat as a consequence of their other ingredients. Both broad spectrum and full spectrum CBD tinctures promote synergistic benefits known as the entourage effect. The entourage effect makes for a more potent tincture and satisfactory experience. These benefits are due to the presence of other phytocannabinoids. Full spectrum CBD products contain all naturally-occurring phytocannabinoids, including THC. At 0.3% THC or less, full spectrum hemp extract shouldn’t cause a high. Broad spectrum CBD oil has the THC removed but contains other phytocannabinoids that promote the entourage effect. However, in certain states where cannabis is fully legal, you might find full-spectrum CBD oil tinctures that contain more than 0.3% THC. It means that if you consume a large serving, you could get high, which could make normal functioning next to impossible. That’s why you should make sure to check the information provided by the manufacturer carefully, or the product that you’ve ordered might have other effects than those intended. The full-spectrum products that you will find on our website contain less than 0.3% THC, meaning that even if you consume a fairly large amount of CBD oil tincture, you won’t get high. Still, if you have to take a drug test, we would recommend against choosing full-spectrum CBD products, even those that contain only 0.3% THC, as it might be enough to trigger a positive test result. Broad-spectrum CBD oil tinctures would be a better idea for those looking to avoid unnecessary THC. There is yet another type of product that you might encounter in dispensaries or on the internet -- CBD isolate, which usually comes as a powder. Though, in some cases, you might also find it in oil form. How is it special? As opposed to broad-spectrum and full-spectrum CBD products, CBD isolates don’t contain other cannabinoids, just the CBD. Although the effects won’t be as strong as in the case of either broad- or full-spectrum products, the primary reason why they are relatively popular is their cheaper price. Apart from that, as they don’t contain any THC, you won’t have to worry that after consuming this kind of CBD product you might face problems at work.