Dirtybegger.com was asked by Marimeds to review the Golden Barn CBD tincture; pure, clean, and raw. It had a 15:1 CBD/THC ratio. Personally, I thought it worked really well for its intended purpose; pain. It definitely took care of most of the pain I was experiencing with as little as 1 to 3 eyedroppers full. I would describe it as like taking one or two Percocet tablets, but without the loopy feeling. I found this article about cbd oil very informational.
After taking the intended “dose”, it was anywhere from 30 minutes to 1 hour before it I could feel the effects. Once it did hit me, most of my pain was gone. I did not get high or anything, it just kind of took the pain away for me along with my some anxiety. It was a very comfortable dose for me.
Price: $40-50 (at a handful of dispensaries)
I would definitely recommend this to anyone suffering from mild to moderate pain and those who don’t mind the taste of a oily, yet minty tincture.
If I had the money to spend, I would definitely buy this product. I feel it is a better, much safer alternative to narcotic pain meds. I am also finding that I get much more relief with CBD’s rather than narcotics anyways, when it comes to the daily pain I suffer with.
As a personal experiment I took about 5 ml or about 5-6 eyedroppers full, just to see how it affected my pain levels and also my ability to function properly with daily activities.There was not much of a difference between the higher dose and the lower dosage.
The only noticeable difference I can tell is it makes you much more calmer, almost calm enough to catch a nap.
When people talk about marijuana or use marijuana, they’re usually referring to tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). What’s THC? It’s the part of the hemp plant (AKA the cannabis plant) that induces a euphoric state. Or an annoying state, mildly schizophrenic state, depending on your perspective. We can at least say beyond a shadow of a doubt that it makes Family Guy episodes way, way more funny.
And of course, THC is what most recreational weed users are looking for, which is probably why botanists have figured out since the 1960’s how to increase the amount of THC from around 3% to 5% in the 1960s to as much as 28% in our current decade. So yes, it’s true that we’re not smoking the same weed our parents smoked. One draw on a typical joint these days would probably knock your mom on her ass. Not my mom, but most moms.