43 CBD Tincture and Salve Review

CBD TINCTURES – CINNAMON, PEPPERMINT, AND NATURAL FLAVORS

I’ve found that tinctures are some of the most unique forms of CBD because the taste of the tincture determines whether or not I’ll want to use it again. It could be the best CBD on the planet, but if it tastes terrible, I’ll have a hard time making myself use it. These tinctures are recommended for use 1-3 times a day, with 15-25mg a day. You can also add these to your favorite beverage, midday snack, or another food source if you’re not a fan of placing the dropper under your tongue.

Two of these tinctures are available all-year-round, while the cinnamon is actually a seasonal flavor, so you’ll have to check back frequently to see if it’s available. Currently, on the site, there is a Pumpkin Spice tincture flavor that looks absolutely marvelous, and I’m sorely tempted to buy that just to infuse some autumnal CBD into my everyday life. But for now, let’s check out the Cinnamon, Peppermint, and Natural Flavor tinctures that we have today!

CBD Tincture Quality

For the Natural Hemp Flavor, the ingredient list was pretty simple: organic golden hemp seed oil and organic full hemp extract. For the Cinnamon and Peppermint ingredient list, there was the same organic golden hemp seed oil and organic full hemp extract, but there was also organic cinnamon oil and organic peppermint oil, respectively.

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43CBD utilizes an ethanol extraction to harness the full potential of their CBD and their use of organic oils really shows that the company believes in using high-quality ingredients in the creation of their tinctures.

The dark glass 30mL bottles are almost identical, save for a few differences. The cinnamon tincture was in a dark glass red bottle, the peppermint tincture was in a dark green glass bottle, and the natural hemp flavor was in a dark black glass bottle. The labels wrapped nearly all the way around the bottle, leaving enough space to see how much tincture you have left. The front of the label displays the 43CBD logo, along with the amount of CBD (1000mg) and the amount of mg per mL (34mg/mL).

The bottom of the label states the tincture flavor in the corresponding flavor’s color. On the right side of the label, there is an FDA disclaimer, an invitation to view the company website (https://www.43cbd.com), a QR code, and manufacturing information. On the left side of the label, you can view the full ingredient list, the suggested usage, and storage recommendations. The entire label is extremely professional and attentive to detail, which reflects very highly of the actual company. One thing that I appreciated was a sticker neatly placed between the label edges that was the batch number (which is also the product’s date of creation. The website recommends that you use the product within 180 days of the manufacturing date, so you have quite a bit of time to use out the tincture before it expires. Now that we’ve gone over each tincture, let’s see how each tincture tastes!

Tincture Lab Reports

Just like the salves, 43CBD provides lab reports for all of their tinctures. Clicking on the Lab Results tab will show a link that you can click to view reports for all of their products. A PDF opens in a new tab so you can scroll through at your leisure without having to go back to the previous page. And that wraps up our preliminary look at the tinctures, so now we can open them up and try out each tincture! Let’s get started!

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