CBD Tinctures & CBD Oils From Sera Labs Health

Beyond just tinctures and dietary supplements, major companies are beginning to add cannabidiol, the non-psychoactive chemical compound found in cannabis plants and hemp products, to everything from gummies to moisturizers.

Like vitamins and other supplements, CBD is an important part of the wellness routine of many people. But with so many different ways to take CBD on the market today, what’s the best way to experience the effects of CBD? Here’s how oil extract and tinctures can help you increase your daily CBD intake and reap the benefits of cannabidiol.


Full-spectrum CBD oil has a variety of benefits over pure CBD hemp oil, as the active ingredients of full-spectrum CBD include the terpenes, cannabinoids, and flavonoids from the whole plant, along with cannabinoids CBD, CBN, CBC, and CBG, which interact with different cannabinoid receptor antagonists in the nervous system to create an entourage effect.

SeraLabs full-spectrum CBD oil, available in 1000mg and 500mg dosages, is the most effective hemp extract, as it contains vitamins, minerals, omegas, and terpenes. SeraLabs full-spectrum CBD oil is made with hemp-derived cannabidiol and peppermint oil.

Finding the Best CBD Oils & Tinctures

With CBD companies like PureKana, Joy Organics, Medterra, Lazarus Naturals, FAB CBD, Green Roads, and Nuleaf Naturals offering different ways to consume CBD, how can you make sure you’re buying the best CBD oil extract and CBD tinctures?

Hemp-derived CBD oil products are commonly mislabeled with respect to CBD content and THC content, and low-quality CBD oil may contain toxic solvent residues, GMO’s, heavy metals, pesticides, and artificial flavors. However, many high-quality CBD oil products exist on the market today and finding the best CBD products is as simple as reading labels and researching CBD companies.

Before purchasing CBD, check the legality of CBD under your state law. When buying any CBD product, consider the product’s quality, purity, potency, bioavailability, and percent THC. First, check the label to learn more about what the formula is meant for (i.e., supplemental dietary product). Next, check the cannabinoid content. CBD from the hemp plant only contains trace amounts of tetrahydrocannabinol, while CBD from the marijuana plant contains a higher amount of THC.

To ensure you’re buying the highest-quality CBD oil, buy from a CBD company that offers third-party tests. High-quality CBD companies include a Certificate of Analysis with information on CBD content and THC content in the final product and the extraction process. For more information on third-party lab testing, contact our customer service department.