The output of the term “Pure CBD tincture” refers to a liquid extract that is highly concentrated with cannabidiol (CBD), a non-psychoactive compound found in the cannabis plant. This type of tincture is made by soaking the hemp plant material in a solvent, such as alcohol or a carrier oil, to extract the active compounds. The term “pure” suggests that the tincture contains a high level of CBD with minimal to no other cannabinoids or plant impurities. Tinctures are commonly used for their potential therapeutic benefits, which may include pain relief, anxiety reduction, and improvement of sleep quality, among others. They are typically administered sublingually—drops of the tincture are placed under the tongue for absorption into the bloodstream. The purity of the tincture is particularly important for individuals who want to avoid the psychoactive effects of THC, another cannabinoid, and for ensuring consistent dosing of CBD. The final product is usually packaged in small bottles with droppers for ease of use and precise dosing.