One to One Tincture-Buy cannabis marijuana online
One to One Tincture ,Cannabis tincture appeared in the United States Pharmacopoeia until 1942 (Australia 1977, UK 1970s). In the 20th century cannabis lost its appeal as a medicinal product, largely due to the development of apparently suitable alternatives, such as the hypodermic needle, water-soluble analgesics and synthetic hypnotics. A major concern of the regulatory authorities at that time was the widespread recreational use of cannabis.
The pharmacological target for cannabis, the endocannabinoid system, has been researched since its discovery in the 1980s.
The tincture is typically made by soaking the dried flowers of the female hemp plant (marijuana) in ethanol. The tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and other cannabinoids dissolve into the alcohol. Some preparations also extract some of the water-based plant products such as chlorophyll, resulting in a dark green or brown liquid. Baking or drying the cannabis to decarboxylate prior to the alcohol bath increases the amount of THC in the resulting preparation.
Methods of use
The tincture is ordinarily consumed orally, but may also be applied to the skin.
A similar preparation called nabiximols (USAN, trade name “Sativex”) is a pharmaceutical preparation for administration as an oral spray.
Autoflowering cannabisCannabis indicaruderalissativaDifference between C. indica and C. sativaConsumptionCultivationEtymology (cannabis, dagga, ganja, ma, marijuana)GlossaryCannabis strainsSynthetic cannabis
Medical cannabis Cannabis product testingHistoryIn the US Medical cannabis card
Religious and spiritual use ChaliceDrug testingMarijuana Anonymous
HanfparadeList of hemp diseasesList of hemp products hempcretejewelrymilkoilpaper rolling paperList of hemp varietiesHemp for VictoryHemp Industries AssociationThe Emperor Wears No Clothes
Cannabis edible BhangCannabis teaCannabis smokingVaporizing
Cannabis concentrate Essential oilCharasHash oilHashishKiefTincture
Phytocannabinoids Cannabidiol (CBD)Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)
Amotivational syndromeCannabis in pregnancyCannabis use disorder (CUD)Cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome (CHS)Entourage effectEndocannabinoid systemImpaired drivingTime perceptionLong-term effectsOccupational health concernsMedical cannabis research
420BudtenderCannabis CultureCannabis Social Club