CBD tinctures are liquid extracts that contain cannabidiol (CBD). They often come in a glass bottle with a dropper lid. And like all CBD products, they’re available in different flavors, concentrations, and formulas.
The biggest difference is the ease of use. It’s much quicker to take a tincture than to eat a gummy. A tincture is probably best for you if you want quick relief.
The second most significant difference is that gummies have about twice as much hemp extract per serving as tinctures. So if you are looking for maximum strength, you should consider a gummy instead of a tincture.
However, some people prefer the flavor and texture of gummies over the taste of oil or alcohol. If this sounds like you, then gummies are the way to go.
Gummies actively dissolve in your mouth, while tinctures must be held under your tongue for at least 60 seconds before swallowing. We suggest taking one or the other sublingually (under your tongue). However, both are swallowed ultimately.
If you want to take CBD during the day but don’t want anyone to know, then a tincture is ideal since it’s easy to take under your tongue without anyone noticing anything unusual.