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How to Make Mint MCT Tinctures using CBN Distillate

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Today we are going to talk about- How to Make Mint MCT Tinctures using CBN Distillate

This easy method is a great way to make MCT Tinctures using CBN Distillate. In this video you will find out why it’s easy to make MCT Tincture using CBN Distillate, what you will need from your kitchen, and how to successfully make Mint MCT Tinctures using CBN Distillate.

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Why it’s easy to make Mint MCT Tincture using CBN Distillate

CBN oil is harder to find than CBD oil. Because CBD is more well-known and well-studied, there are hundreds of companies that produce CBD. CBN is different than CBD.

The first difference is that we more about CBD. Research on the benefits of CBN is increasing but CBD has been studied far more than CBN.

After being exposed to air and heat for long periods of time, (THCA) turns into CBN. Anecdotal evidence suggests that aged cannabis tends to make people sleepy, some people associate CBN with a sedating effect.

Fact: CBN Distillate is pure CBN containing 80% cannabinoids. No THC

The science behind MCT is simple. MCTs go directly from the digestive system to the bloodstream without being digested first. This makes MCT oil ideal for CBN tinctures.

Fact: MCT Oil is medium chain triglyceride oil derived from coconuts and odor free and tasteless.

Chef’s Notes: Just squeeze the CBN distillate syringe into the MCT oil and mix. Warm water bath may be needed to dissolve the distillate. If you add a very large amount of distillate you may need to add some heat.

What you will need to Make Cool Mint MCT Tincture using CBN Distillate

Dropper Bottles (1 fluid ounce = 30 milliliters)

Small funnel (to fill dropper bottles)

Glass beaker (to measure in Milliliters)

Stirring Stick

Glass bowl with warm water (to warm distillate in syringe)

Glass pipette (for adding essential oils)

Fact: Do not use the microwave to heat distillate because too much heat can destroy the THC or CBD content.

Notes: Failure to warm up the distillate in warm water can break the glass syringe trying to dispense the sticky oil.

Ingredients:

CBN Distillate 1 gram = 800mg

MCT Oil

Lorann’s Cool Mint Essential oil Flavoring-

How to make MCT Tincture using CBD Isolate

1. Warm the glass distillate CBD syringe in hot water bath to slightly loosen the product.

2. While the distillate is warming up. Measure out 29ml of MCT oil into the glass beaker.

3. Add the CBN distillate to the MCT oil.

4. Mix the CBN distillate and the MCT oil.

5. Add essential oil flavoring 1 drop of flavor per 30ml. of oil. (Essential oils are highly concentrated)

6. Mix the CBN distillate, MCT oil, and essential oil flavoring in glass beaker.

7. Pour the oil into a tincture bottle

8. Shake the bottle to mix the ingredients thoroughly.

9. The Tincture is ready to use.

Chef’s Notes: Divide the number of milligrams of CBN distillate that you have by ’30’ (30ml= 1oz) to get the desired milligram concentration of CBN per milliliter of MCT oil.

800mg CBN distillate oil divided by 30ml MCT oil = dosage of 26.6mg CBN per milliliter of oil.

400 CBN distillate oil divided by 30ml MCT oil = dosage of 13.3mg CBN per milliliter of oil.

Chef’s notes: MCT oil is flavorless.  CBN disolate is flavorless.

Chef’s Notes: There are many other bottle options and sizes; the important part is the calibrated/marked eyedropper.

Final Note: Use a THC/CBD calculator and enter your numbers. Keep tract of these numbers and always label your final product so you are aware of how much you are taking per dose.

Thank you and Happy Infusing.

1 thought on “How to Make Mint MCT Tinctures using CBN Distillate

  1. awesome ! Thanks for sharing. I appreciate.

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