Cannabis Tincture 1:1



Product Details

5ml THC, 5mg CBD
Citrus, Earthy, Chemicals
Serving Size
1 dropper (1ml)
Grapeseed oil, cannabis extract, natural citrus flavor

Product Description

Nu's Cannabis Tincture 1:1 is a mood-boosting sublingual serum that typically produces a relaxing buzz. The citrus flavor could be improved, but dropping some of this in an iced tea on your way to the doctor's office is as discreet as it gets. This can boost the subtle spots in your day when watering plants or chopping veggies, so we'd recommend it as an errand-running high.

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Expert Review

A Tincture Tasty Enough To Slather On Toast

Review by Brianna Wheeler

Jan 02, 2019 · 4 min read

With a fresh lemon taste and a smooth, focused high, I could see this tincture pairing well with salads, creative projects, and dinner parties.

The minimum dose of Nu’s 1:1 Cannabis Tincture wasn’t quite enough to register on my radar, but that’s because my radar wasn’t tuned in to the vibes this oily mouthful was laying down. The complex citrus perfume—a tapestry of grapefruit, tangerine, and satsuma—was too reminiscent of a sugary nug of Super Lemon Haze, and the skunky nuances led me to erroneous expectations. The familiar terpene immediately lifted my mood and imparted the subconscious suggestion that this sublingual would fuck me right up, despite the modest 5mg each of THC and CBD in a single serving. What I was expecting was not what I received, but, just like the time Amazon sent me a mint-green anime wig instead of a strawberry-blonde anime wig, I liked it, so I’m leaving a positive review.

Eating a spoonful of warm oil is not appealing, even when it promises an adorable buzz. My initial impression was that I should have used this with food instead of just squirting it directly into my open mouth. The fragrant citrus bouquet of this oil felt like a culinary luxury. It would have been perfectly appropriate served in a dipping bowl with an aged balsamic vinegar alongside slices of fresh, airy baguette, but on its own, it is a spoonful of warm lemon oil. In my opinion, this oil would have been appetizing in an emulsion for a salad, or drizzled on fresh heirloom tomato slices. The breezy citrus is a skillful balance of tart and sweet notes, and though the oily delivery makes for a greasy gullet, the authentic tang of the oil makes the lustrous mouthfeel at the very least tolerable.

My first mouthful was the minimum dose, which I found to be far too ephemeral for my needs. And my needs were considerable. I was deep in the woods of PMS, looking for a psychotropic head lamp to lead me out of this thorny hellscape. The onset was noticeable but only due to my diligent mindfulness. It arrived as an almost imperceptible blurring of all the hard edges of my reality. It was not the swooning space launch the noseful of limonene betrayed it to be, but it quietly developed into something with a subtle value of its own. What I had hoped for was a psychotropic flood light, but this lemon-scented candle would end up seeing me through the wilderness of pre-menstruation just fine.