They offered tinctures and oil, but I didn’t know what to do with either.

The RSO was more expensive than the tincture, but with 35% off, it was affordable

When I was In the medical marijuana dispensary, I saw their sales poster. They had 35% off all tinctures and oils. I walked up to the budtender to ask what the difference was between the texture and oil? He explained they often put tincture under the tongue and held there for up to 30 seconds. It works quicker than using tablets or any other ‌digestible’s. I could also put a tincture into hot tea, coffee, etc. There were different ‌oils you could purchase. RSO, which is short for Rick Simpson’s oil, was often used in making gummies, edibles, and other digestible products. They also had THC oils which were used to rub into the skin for many distinct problems. I asked about the difference in price between the RSO and the tinctures? He stated ‌tinctures were cheaper than the RSO, but I could use RSO for so many more applications than tinctures. I purchased an RSO that was more CBD than THC. I had read that CBD was better for pain than THC. I had also read that THC was used for getting high, helping you sleep, and at low doses, for pain. CBD didn’t have the psychotropic properties of THC, therefore, it was basically just for helping with pain and to soothe skin problems. The RSO was more expensive than the tincture, but with 35% off, it was affordable. After getting home and trying the RSO, I was pleased with how much it helped with my knee pain. I made a wise choice and the RSO will be the first choice when looking for pain reduction.


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