Phoenix Tears*
capsules

Phoenix Tears*
variable dose
plunger

*Whole plant medicine

Alcohol free
tinctures

THC

THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) is the most well-known and researched cannabinoid as well as the most psychoactive (it can alter mood and perception, resulting in the euphoric feeling people often associate with being “high”). Until recently the scientific community has focused on THC’s recreational effects and selective breeding has produced potent genetics. However, new research, although far from conclusive, suggests many promising medicinal benefits including pain relief, anti-nausea, appetite stimulation, and muscle relaxation.

Dosing Method Single Dose Total Servings
a) Alcohol free tinctures Sublingual 0.5 ml 60
b) Phoenix Tears* capsules Oral 1 capsule 10
c) Phoenix Tears* variable dose plunger Edible 1 ml 20
*Whole plant medicine

CBD

CBD (Cannabidiol) has historically been far more prevalent in cannabis grown naturally. However, until recently, CBD had largely disappeared from the vast majority of cannabis genetics. This trend has changed, with the medicinal arena now giving CBD increased attention due to its many medicinal attributes, including pain relief and anti-inflammation (without intoxication or sedation). Studies have shown it to have additional anti-anxiety, anti-nausea, neuro-protective, and blood pressure reducing properties.

Dosing Method Single Dose Total Servings
a) Alcohol free tinctures Sublingual 1 ml 30
b) Phoenix Tears* capsules Oral 1 capsule 10
c) Phoenix Tears* variable dose plunger Edible 1 ml 20
*Whole plant medicine

THC:CBD (1:1)

Taken together, THC and CBD demonstrate synergy in many applications. Synergy is a boosting of effect, meaning that the result is more than the sum of its parts. So 1 + 1 gives you a 4 in terms of the end benefits. For example, CBD treats pain but combined with the pain relief benefits of THC would produce a harmony that dramatically increases the overall effect. In addition, CBD counteracts some of the prominent side effects of THC making the combined effort increasingly desirable.

Dosing Method Single Dose Total Servings
a) Alcohol free tinctures Sublingual 1 ml 30
b) Phoenix Tears* capsules Oral 1 capsule 10
c) Phoenix Tears* variable dose plunger Edible 1 ml 20
*Whole plant medicine

Applications

More discreet and socially acceptable than smoking, tinctures also offer the convenience of multiple application methods:

Description
Sublingual Drops placed under the tongue are absorbed directly into the bloodstream. This efficient dosing method means that effects can be felt rapidly, within 10 to 15 minutes compared to up to 2 hours when ingested orally.
Topical Drops massaged directly onto the skin are absorbed through the transdermal layer for localized relief of pain, muscle soreness, tension, and inflammation. Since the cannabinoids are not absorbed into the bloodstream this method provides therapeutic benefits without the cerebral euphoria.
Oral (edible) Drops swallowed (with or without food) are digested and metabolized by the liver. This method can be delayed by 45 min to 2 hours and, since the effects can be surprisingly potent, patience and restraint must be exercised to avoid a temporary, but uncomfortable experience.
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