CBD, or cannabidiol, is among the several chemical compounds (also known as cannabinoids) that cannabis makes. It merely refers to a cannabis extract or hemp formulated to contain advanced levels of CBD and can catch variable levels of other compounds found in plants.

Many types of CBD can be administered, from smoking a cannabis strain that produces a lot of the molecule to the common edibles. One of the most common methods — especially for first-time individuals seeking a cannabis-based treatment — is via a tincture. These tinctures are created in high-proof grain alcohol by steeping cannabis flowers or isolates, resulting in a liquid that delivers the effects of cannabinoid molecules.

Organic CBD oils, obtained in tincture form, are the purest form of cannabidiol extract from hemp or marijuana plants. MCT stands for Triglyceride of the Medium Chain. Medium-chain triglycerides are a saturated form of fatty acid. Cannabidiol ( CBD) is a fat-soluble compound in combination with a lipid like a fatty acid, so it is most effective and diffused for absorption.