About Miracle CBD Tincture
Miracle CBD Tincture is an organic, high-absorption herbal extract that’s been scientifically designed and formulated with 100% pure cannabidiol. This way, you’ll be able to get all of the extract’s “amazing antioxidant properties,” without a prescription, side effects (no “high”), or worrying about breaking the law.
In fact, Miracle CBD Tincture is legal in all 50 states, and contains absolutely zero synthetic chemicals or stimulants. And it’ll never cause you to test positive on a drug test!
To use Miracle CBD, all you have to do is add a few drops to salads, side dishes, cereal, and even juices and smoothies, and you’ll begin reaping the benefits.
What—exactly—kinds of benefits can you expect, though? Is this the real deal, or just an elaborate hoax? And perhaps most importantly, will you end up in jail just for giving it a try?
We know that the concept of a product like Miracle CBD Tincture is new, so you’ve got a lot of questions. Here, we’ll be sure to help you find answers! But in order to give you the complete picture, we’ll need to start with the basics.
What is CBD? How Does It Work?
Cannabinoids are a class of chemical compounds found in marijuana that attach to certain receptors in your brain, triggering the release of specific neurotransmitters (hormones that allow your brain to communicate with other parts of your body).
One of the most popular cannabiniods, cannabidiol (or CBD for short) may have a lot of therapeutic benefits in humans, such as an anticonvulsant (may help prevent seizures), for the treatment of psychosis, an anti-inflammatory, anti-tumor and anti-anxiety medication, and even for pain relief.
Pro tip: Despite the many claimed benefits of cannabidiol, there really isn’t enough clinical evidence showing that it’s effective for anything in humans. The good news is that there are several ongoing (and upcoming) clinical trials, so we might have better insight into this very soon.
But anything associated with cannabis is illegal, right?
Are Products Like Miracle CBD Tincture Really Legal?
To answer this question, we need to understand the difference between three different (but commonly confused) terms:
- Cannabis – This is the broad name for “a tall plant with a stiff upright stem, divided serrated leaves, and glandular hairs.” In other words, this word only describes the plant, but not its intended use.
- Hemp – After being bred with other plants for thousands of years—specifically to increase the food and oils they contain, as well as their ability to produce textiles, rope, and fabric—this type of cannabis is known as hemp. In general, most hemp plants contain little-to-no psychoactive chemicals (more in a second).
- Marijuana – Alternately, if a strain of cannabis had been specifically bred to be psychoactive (the typical smoker’s “high”), this would be called marijuana.
Now, you might be asking yourself, “How in the world is this legal?” Whether you’re talking about a plant or a tincture, the specific chemical in cannabis that’s illegal is tetrahydrocannabinol, more commonly known as THC. This is what gets users “high.”
But since Miracle’s tincture is formulated only with CBD derived from hemp (which itself contains an insignificant amount of THC), these preparations are considered legal in all 50 US states.
But even though cannabidiol is legal and might have some health benefits, can you realistically expect Miracle CBD Tincture to help you experience them?
How Much Miracle CBD Tincture Should You Take?
Here’s where things start getting a little fuzzy.
By definition, a CBD tincture is simply a mixture of alcohol and cannabidiol. However, because there isn’t a label on the Miracle CBD website, we have no idea:
- Exactly what concentrations the tincture contains,
- How many drops you should apply to food,
- How many times per day you should do this,
… and a whole lot of other really important information. However, according to GreenBridgeMed.com, “tinctures are primarily absorbed through the sub-lingual veins [e.g. under the tongue]. This makes them different than edibles, which are absorbed through the stomach.”
In other words, unless Miracle CBD is some kind of revolutionary formulation, you’ll get the most bang for your buck by applying drops under your tongue, versus adding it to your food.
So basically, we’re left with a largely unknown product from an unknown manufacturer in an unknown concentration, who’s telling their customers to use their product in the least-effective manner.
Even if we were to put all of this aside for a moment, does Miracle CBD Tincture make sense from a price perspective?
How Much Does Miracle CBD Tincture Cost?
Miracle CBD Tincture is available in three different quantities:
- 1 Bottle (no mention about size): $49.82 plus $4.99 S&H
- 2 Bottles: $89.82 plus free shipping
- 3 Bottles: $119.82 plus free shipping
Regardless of the number of bottles you order, you’ll also receive a free e-book about the health benefits of CBD.
All CBD Tincture purchases come with a 30-day refund policy. However, this is less S&H charges and only applies to unopened, unused product.
Unfortunately, there wasn’t a phone number or email address listed on the Miracle CBD website, although according to their Terms, one will be included on your receipt.
Is Miracle CBD Tincture Really a “Miracle”?
Even if you only researched the health benefits of cannabidiol for a few minutes, it’s easy to see why so many researchers are interested in it. From treating PTSD and other anxiety disorders to helping prevent seizures, there are a lot of potential benefits related to this chemical.
But in our opinion, we think it’s unlikely that you’ll experience any of these benefits with Miracle CBD Tincture. Why?
As we mentioned above, we know almost nothing about the company who makes the product, and they don’t think it’s important to let us know how much CBD the tincture contains, any other ingredients it might have, or a whole host of other important information. We’re not even told the company’s phone number or email address!
But here’s the real kicker: Did you realize that nowhere on the Miracle CBD Tincture website does the manufacturer tell us what we can actually expect from using it? In other words, what is it “scientifically formulated” to do? What kinds of benefits does it offer (Does it provide pain relief? A sedative effect? Or something else?)?
Once again, the company doesn’t think it’s important to let us know.
But it could also be due to the fact that earlier this year, the FDA “sent seven threatening letters to seven CBD product-makers, telling them to stop making medical claims about CBD and their products’ ability to treat disease.” So basically, the company behind Miracle CBD is only implying certain claims, versus coming right out and saying them.
Given all of this, if you’re thinking about purchasing a product like Miracle CBD Tincture (or similar supplements, like BioCBD Plus), we’d strongly recommend talking with your doctor before handing over your money. They’ll be your best resource for information, and might even be able to recommend specific products based on their experience.
3 out 3 people found this review helpful
I ordered this product on June 20, 2017 and received it on June 28th. On July 3rd I get a call from my bank on my Visa card for fraud. So I had to wait until July 5th to find out who was charging me since my bank was closed on the 4th and I was out of town for these last five days. Well, it was Real Health-who you say the CBD people who did not even let me try the product for the allocated time. Yep, they were charging my Visa card for $79.95 because from the time you order you have 14 days to call them back to tell them not to charge you this amount for THIS FREE bottle; yes, that's right. The bottle is supposedly free, and shipping and handling is ONLY $5.95 but in reality, they will charge you the $79.95 for this supposedly FREE bottle and I DO NOT remember seeing the 14-day disclaimer anywhere! Thank God we did not open it and will send it back for another shipping charge, AND we never got to try it. Hell with this, I'll just go to Colorado!
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend
15 out 15 people found this review helpful
Relief for me and Fido
I ordered the capsules and tincture, I got relief from joint pain. I also did notice a better nights sleep, I usually get up several times a night, and feel very tired in the morning. However, after using the capsules (they no longer carry BTW) I found a more restful sleep. My senior dog has an arthritic hip. He usually gets very stiff and tends to just isolate himself from our other two younger dogs. When I noticed he was not eating that is when I really became concerned, he is a big eater and doggie treat type of dog. His regular meds of Glucosamine and aspirin were not giving him any relief so I decided to try a CBD capsule with a peanut butter treat, I knew that would at least get his interest. The next day I did another and I noticed his appetite, came back and the limp was better. Then after day 4 the limp was gone. I got my doggie back playing with his pack. I am so convinced this has indeed helped me and my dog that I am seriously looking into learning more about the industry and promoting it for animal health. Not everyone can take opioids, like myself I am allergic to many medications and have adverse side effects to narcotics normally prescribed to people for pain. I have nothing against anyone that chooses to use narcotics or opioids to combat their pain if that is their choice. However, for me, it is more natural to go this Cannabinoid route, with no "high" effects, but still obtained some relief. I really hope they bring back the capsules, much easier to take than the tincture.
Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
22 out 24 people found this review helpful
My personal experience with CBD Tincture
I personally did not feel any different using it. It kind of tastes like peanut oil and I do wonder what is actually in the bottle. I haven't noticed any difference while using it - joint pain, etc. I would not recommend purchasing the product. I believe it is a waste of money. I'm not sure what is actually supposed to do for you, but I think it is a fake/scam. I also have a 1-800-764-3914 number to reach someone at this company. I would like to read some reviews from other customers/users of the product.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend