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Cannabis Oral Products

MÜV provides several orally consumable cannabis products for a smoke-free delivery experience, including Tinctures and Sprays, RSO, Capsules and Distillates. To best suit the needs of Florida's patients, oral products are available in a variety of THC, CBD and THC/CBD formulations.

Don't miss our EnCaps™ cannabis capsules if you're looking for a smoke-free, consistently dosed format that is both long-lasting and fast-acting.

Frequently Asked Questions About Cannabis Oral Products

What are the different cannabis oral products?

Thanks to the rise of medical and recreational markets, there are a plethora of orally consumed cannabis products. Marijuana oils, tinctures, capsules, oral sprays and edibles are a few of the most commonly seen.

Are cannabis oral products edibles?

This is dependent on how the oral product is consumed. Tinctures and oils allow for sublingual administration of cannabinoids - which hastens the onset time. The membranes under your tongue are so thin, they are highly bioavailable, meaning they are quickly absorbed into the bloodstream for onset times of approximately 20-40 minutes.

Directly swallowing non-encapsulated tinctures or oils will result in edible-like effects, including the delayed onset time of 30-60 minutes. Learn more about edibles here.

It's important to note that oral products cannot be dispensed as edibles, and edibles cannot be dispensed as oral/sublingual, per DOH guidelines.

How are cannabis oral products made?

Oral products are extracted from the marijuana plant with the use of a solvent like ethanol or butane. The resulting extract is distilled to remove residual solvent and further isolate the desired cannabinoids. This cannabis distillate is then used to infuse tinctures, oral sprays and capsules.

What's the benefit to oral products over other types of cannabis products?

Oral products will have traditionally longer lasting effects when compared to inhaled cannabis. And, because of the smoke-free delivery of cannabinoids, there is no irritation to the lungs caused by smoking.

Do cannabis oral products contain THC or CBD?

Oral cannabis items will be infused with THC, CBD, or both! It’s recommended to start with 1:1 THC/CBD ratios when first consuming at low doses, as CBD has shown to counteract some of the psychoactivity of THC. CBD is also great to have on hand just in case!

What’s the difference between a cannabis tincture and cannabis oil?

A cannabis oil is another way to describe cannabis extracts such as distillate or RSO. A marijuana tincture is distillate infused in a liquid carrier, traditionally grain alcohol like ethanol. Because the tincture is diluted in a carrier, its dosing will not be as concentrated in cannabinoids as cannabis oil - this is particularly important for those who seek the full-spectrum benefits of RSO but have a low tolerance.

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