Rosebud CBD Tincture
Rosebud CBD oil is made from CBD-rich hemp flowers grown on US soil under the Oregon sun. Rosebud’s CBD-rich tincture is comprised of CO2 derived hemp extract mixed with fractionated coconut oil and is pesticide, herbicide and solvent free. In addition, the people behind the brand are truly wonderful people who are on a mission to help get this medicine into the hands of patients who need it across the entire country.
A Full Spectrum Extract
Rosebud is a full spectrum or “full plant” extract, meaning that it contains trace amounts of all the cannabinoids and terpenes found in the cannabis plant. This is different from an isolate, which only contains one component of the plant. Since full-spectrum extracts will contain trace amounts of THC (under .3%, which is not enough to get anyone “high”), isolates are good options for people who are concerned about drug testing. However, a 2015 study showed that full spectrum CBD offers greater levels of relief than a CBD isolate.
Dosing with Rosebud CBD
It’s important to remember that everyone is different, and what works best for one person may not work for you.
We always recommend starting with between 5 and 10mg of CBD when first trying CBD, simply because it makes the most financial sense; it is more costly in the long run to use larger doses. You can then slowly increase your dose (we suggest 5mg increments) until you find an amount that works best for your specific needs.
There is no known overdose of CBD and few reported side effects when taken in high doses, such as dry mouth, slight drops in blood pressure that can cause dizziness, and drowsiness.
When it comes to Rosebud, each drop in their 350mg bottle is about .5mg CBD, meaning that 10 drops will be approximately 5mg CBD. A half dropper full is contains the following:
350mg bottle = approximately 12.5mg CBD
700mg bottle = approximately 25mg CBD
1000mg bottle = approximately 35mg CBD
Rosebud recommends always being consistent with your use to see best results over time for chronic issues, but it can also be used as needed or in higher concentrations for acute issues.