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CBD/THC Tincture (4 to 1) Green Apple – Honest Botanicals

300 mg CBD and 75 mg THC / 30 ml bottle

Each dropper ( 1 ml) contains 10 mg CBD and 2.5 mg THC

This CBD/THC blend oil from Honest Botanicals is great for both daytime and nighttime use. The effects of the THC combined with the CBD can make the user feel calm and relaxed, while aiding in sleep issues and pain relief. See the full description below.

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4:1 Ratio CBD:THC Tincture from Honest Botanicals

Another high-quality, hand-crafted product from Honest Botanicals. This oil tincture uses organic CBD with coconut-derived MCT oil as the carrier oil. The delicate natural green apple flavouring helps mask that cannabis taste, for those who aren’t a fan.

This 4:1 green apple flavored tincture can be used to help manage pain, stress, and sleep issues while promoting relaxation. It can also be an effective tool for help with general inflammation and neuropathic pain. With a measured dropped, this oil is easy to administer your daily dose. It is recommended to drop the oil under the tongue and hold it there for a few moments before swallowing, as the absorption rate into the bloodstream is very high in this part of the body. This means that the CBD is absorbed directly and efficiently into the bloodstream, rather than passing through your digestive system and liver.

As with any product containing THC, it’s important to start low and go slow. Take one half full dropper to start, working your way up slowly over the course of a couple of weeks until you find the dose that works for you.

  • 30ml per bottle
  • 1 dropped equals 1ml
  • 1ml contains 10mg of CBD and 2.5mg of THC

Ingredients: MCT Oil, Cannabis Distillate, Full Spectrum CBD.

4 to 1 – CBD:THC tincture can be used to reduce stress and pain while promoting relaxation! 2 day delivery anywhere in Canada. 300mg CBD to 75mg THC

Finding the Best CBD:THC Ratios and Products for Pain

How Different CBD:THC Ratios and Types of Products Can Help with Pain

Medically reviewed by Katherine Golden, RN
Written by Denise Gonzalez-Walker

When it comes to treating pain with cannabis, both the type of product and the ratio of cannabinoids matter. The two primary cannabinoids are tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD), though the cannabis plant contains many other cannabinoids, terpenes, plus other compounds that contribute to its therapeutic effect.

CBD: This cannabinoid is the star player in hemp products which are federally legal. CBD hemp products are required to have below 0.3% THC, which is such a small amount that it’s not intoxicating and won’t get you high. You’ll also find CBD in cannabis products that contain higher levels of THC.

THC: The cannabinoid responsible for the “high,” if used in large enough amounts. Cannabis products containing over 0.3% THC remain illegal at the federal level and can only be legally purchased in states that have legalized recreational or medical marijuana.

Understanding the roles that both CBD and THC play in managing pain can help you find the best product for your needs. If you need a quick refresher on the types of pain that CBD and THC work best on, check out our previous post here.

Timing Your Dose: How Different Cannabis Products Reduce Pain

Whether you’re looking at CBD hemp or cannabis containing higher levels of THC (sold legally in dispensaries), you have several different routes of administration to choose between :

  • Inhalation (smoking, vaping): Takes effect immediately and lasts 2-4 hours. This is a great choice for instant relief and for treating breakthrough pain (a flare-up in pain when you’re already taking longer-acting cannabis products). You can also layer inhaled cannabis with a longer-acting method (more on layering below) to help get you through the night.
  • Transdermal (patches, gels): Extended release option that takes effect quickly, since the cannabinoids are absorbed directly into your bloodstream. The time of onset is rapid, sometimes within 20 minutes. Transdermal products provide a consistent dose of medicine for up to 12 hours. The transdermal patch or gel is used on an area where the veins are near the skin’s surface—like the inside of your wrist or on your ankle.
  • Sublingual (placed under the tongue): Sublingual administration can provide rapid relief, but there are few true oromucosal (sublingual) products on the market. Cannabinoids are fat-soluble and, in their natural state, do not absorb well into the oral mucosa. Moreover, cannabis products are often extracted into oils, and these products are not water-soluble. Patients often expect rapid onset when using tinctures, only to wait 1-3 hours for the dose to take effect. Many products marketed as tinctures will end up being swallowed and absorbed via the digestive system, regardless of how long they are held under the tongue. A true sublingual (a product in which the cannabinoids are formulated to be more water-soluble) absorbs rapidly into the mouth. The effects can be perceived in 15-20 minutes and can last 4-6 hours.
  • Edibles (gummies, capsules): Edibles take effect in between 30 minutes and 2 hours. You’ll feel their effects between 5-8 hours. They provide a discreet, portable long-acting option.
  • Topicals (creams, salves): Topicals provide short-term localized relief. They can take effect within minutes, and may last for up to an hour.

Finding the Best CBD:THC Ratios and Products for Pain How Different CBD:THC Ratios and Types of Products Can Help with Pain Medically reviewed by Katherine Golden, RN Written by Denise