view full HD gallery CBD Balance One Tincture from The Venice Cookie Co.

Review: CBD Balance One Tincture From The Venice Cookie Co.

Just shortly after releasing their Sativa One Tincture and Indica One Tincture PM Formula with Cannaroma, The Venice Cookie Co. has introduced two CBD tinctures for patients who may not want the psychotropic effects of your typical THC-rich product. The CBD Balance One Tincture in particular has a 1:1 ratio of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidol (CBD).

The Venice Cookie Co. Introduces Their CBD Balance One Tincture

Working with a number of dispensaries, The Venice Cookie Co. provides cannabis infused products to medical cannabis patients throughout the state of California. I’ve had the pleasure of sampling a number of their products they are among my personal favorites.

The Venice Cookie Co. product line is wide-ranging and includes the following: Cannabis-Infused Lemonade, Grape Cannabis Quencher, Lil’ Tootsies, macaroons and their signature line of 4.20 Bars (Milk Chocolate, Dark Chocolate + Sea Salt, Milk Chocolate + Toffee, and Dark Chocolate + Popping Candy).

In addition to their menu of infused edibles and beverages, The Venice Cookie Co. offers a limited line of tinctures for patients in search of something more immediate. Currently available are the Sativa One Tincture, Indica One Tinture PM Formula with Cannaroma, CBD One Tincture and CBD Balance One Tincture.

Review: CBD Balance One Tincture From The Venice Cookie Co.

CBD Balance One Tincture: A 1:1 THC-to-CBD Sublingual Formula

I’ve said it before, but quality tincture can be quite hard to come by in Southern California. So, I was excited to hear that The Venice Cookie Co. was working on CBD tincture formulas.

The CBD Balance One Tincture is a liquid coconut oil formula that can either be administered directly under the tongue or in a beverage if you prefer. Each half ounce bottle contains 125 milligrams (mg) of THC and 125mg of CBD.

The Venice Cookie Co. lists the following ingredients for the CBD Balance One Tincture:

  • MCT Oil (Liquid Coconut Oil)
  • High CBD Cannabis Oil
  • High THC Cannabis Oil

According to its label, one full dropper of CBD Balance One Tincture contains 8.3mg of THC and 8.3mg of CBD.

Review: CBD Balance One Tincture From The Venice Cookie Co.

How Might The CBD Balance One Tincture Affect Me?

After trying the Sativa One Tincture and Indica One Tincture with Cannaroma, I was excited to see how the CBD Balance One formula would compare.

“I personally like to let the tincture swish around under my tongue for 10-15 seconds before swallowing it, as this will allow for faster uptake of the cannabinoids.”

Unlike the alcohol-based versions of the other aforementioned tinctures, the coconut oil base makes the CBD Balance One tincture very easy to handle drop directly under your tongue.

I personally like to let the tincture swish around under my tongue for 10-15 seconds before swallowing it, as this will allow for faster uptake of the cannabinoids.

With a 1:1 ratio of THC-to-CBD, I expected that the CBD Balance One Tincture could help counter social anxiety during the day. Sure enough, I found 2-3 full droppers to be a great way to do just that, without an overly racy, psychotropic high that you would expect from THC alone.

Interestingly enough, the CBD Balance One Tincture has the same THC-to-CBD ratio as GW Pharmaceuticals’ drug Sativex – an oromucousal spray that is being used to treat multiple sclerosis (MS). With that in mind, one can reasonably suggest that the tincture might also be useful here.

Review: CBD Balance One Tincture From The Venice Cookie Co.
From the MJ Directory Visit the directory
Logo for The Venice Cookie Co.
The Venice Cookie Co. Los Angeles, California

Venice, CA gave birth to The Venice Cookie Company in 2006 when a group of family and friends experimented by adding cannabis to some olive oil. Today, they distribute a variety of infused products to …

FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION (FDA) DISCLAIMER - These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Subscribe

Thank you for subscribing!
There was a problem subscribing, please try again later.

Sign-up to receive the latest medical cannabis research, news, and special offers straight to your inbox.

By subscribing I agree to the Privacy Policy