Hemp Oil Tincture (CBD Free & THC Free)


Pacific Roots offers a CBD/THC free hemp seed oil tincture. Hemp seed oil is renowned for its beneficial fatty acids and oils. It is a rich source of omega-6, omega-3, gamma-linolenic acid, vitamins B and D. Hemp seed oil can be applied topically or taken orally.

  • Available in a 30ml black glass tincture bottle 
  • No THC
  • No CBD
  • Made from USA grown hemp seeds
  • Organic hemp oil 
  • All natural
  • Vegan
  • No added fillers
  • Made in a certified GMP Laboratory
  • Third-party tested for hemp compliance and purity
  • Non-GMO
  • Made in the USA
  • CBDTQM certified, making our cannabidiol tincture the highest quality on the market


Used in China for 3,000 years, hemp seed oil is a great source of nutrients, essential fatty acids, and antioxidants. The acids found in hemp oil are not produced by the body, so they can play an important role in improving health, making the nutrients worth adding to the diet.

In 2011 a study was conducted which suggests that adding omega-3s, such as those found in hemp oil, to your diet can have health benefits.

In a 2017 study it was found that properties in hemp oil inhibited various types of unwanted growth, including one known to cause skin and other infections.


Pacific Roots offers a CBD/THC free hemp seed oil tincture. The product comes in a 30ml frosted black glass tincture. This is a great hemp oil tincture for those looking to avoid cannabinoids like CBD and THC, but still want some of the benefits of hemp. Hemp seed oil is renowned for its beneficial fatty acids and oils. It is a rich source of omega-6, omega-3, gamma-linolenic acid, vitamins B and D. Hemp seed oil can be applied topically or taken orally.  

Our hemp seed oil is harvested by cold pressing the hemp seeds and then filtering the oil to give you the best quality. Our source seeds are carefully selected and third-party tested to ensure non-detectable amounts of cannabinoids like CBD and THC.

  • Made from USA Hemp Seeds
  • Sustainably Farmed
  • Non-GMO
  • 3rd Party Tested
  • No THC
  • No CBD


Take one dropper full daily of Pacific Roots hemp oil. Increase the dosage as needed. The most common method of ingesting a hemp oil tincture is directly in your mouth, but some people cook with it.


Organic hemp seed oil


Pacific Roots organic hemp seed oil third-party lab test results are available here.


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Traditionally, tinctures are concentrated herbal extracts. In the case of hemp seed oil tinctures, hemp seeds are cold pressed, which pulls out the active ingredients in the seeds and concentrates them in a liquid. The liquid is then filtered to get pure hemp seed oil for the tincture. Tinctures have been used in traditional herbal medicine for thousands of years. Pacific Roots’ tincture with hemp oil is potent and delivers the benefits of the nutrients, essential fatty acids, and antioxidants found in hemp seeds.


These terms are often used interchangeably, but they are very different. Companies do this on purpose to confuse customers… and Amazon!

Hemp oil (also known as Hemp Extract) is any oil or extract that comes from the hemp plant. Hemp seed oil, CBD Oil and a CBD Oil Tinctures are all types of Hemp oil or Hemp extract. So what are the differences between these three types of oils?

Hemp Seed Oil is extracted from hemp seeds. Hemp seeds contain no CBD or THC. Hemp seeds are totally legal and can be purchased in any health food store. Pure hemp seed oil is devoid of CBD but has many amazing health properties and benefits. Hemp seed oil contains antioxidants (Vitamin E), carotene (the precursor to Vitamin A), phytosterols, phospholipids and several minerals including calcium, magnesium, sulfur, potassium, phosphorus, iron and zinc. Pacific Roots sells a pure organic hemp seed oil. Amazon currently does not allow for the sale of CBD products. Beware of sellers on Amazon that sell “hemp seed oil tinctures” as “hemp extract” to allude to the presence of CBD. Don’t be fooled and don’t overpay!

CBD Oil is extracted from the hemp plant and contains cannabidiol (CBD). Cannabinoids (i.e., CBD, CBG, CBN, THC, etc.) develop predominantly in the leaves and flowers of the hemp plant. After the hemp plant is pressed for oil, it goes through different phases of extraction. Phases of CBD oil include crude oil, winterized crude, full spectrum oil, broad spectrum oil, and CBD isolate. These various oils are used to create the end user products at legal levels.

CBD oils can be produced a few different ways. The two most common forms are the alcohol extraction method and the CO2 extraction method. These methods pull the oil from the seeds, flowers or stalk of the hemp plant.

CBD Tinctures are made from the various raw forms of CBD Oil. They are diluted with a carrier oil (most commonly used are MCT or hemp seed oil) to the desired potency and often flavored to improve taste. CBD has a very distinct taste!

A tincture is defined as a health product that is created through an alcohol extraction process and draws healing qualities from a plant. Although a tincture can be an oil, not all oils are tinctures.

For a more detailed description we recommend this article.

Tinctures are usually ingested by putting a specified amount of the oil under the tongue, where it should sit for 30-60 seconds before being swallowed. This method of ingestion allows for the quick absorption of the nutrients into the body. Once swallowed the solution is then ingested into the system as a whole.

Hemp seed oil tinctures can also be used as a food supplement. Simply add a few drops to your food. Some common uses are in smoothies, salads, vegetables and pasta dishes. Do not fry with hemp oil. Frying, or high heat cooking, will destroy the essential fatty acids in the oil.

Since hemp seed oil is good for the skin, it is often used on the skin to hydrate without clogging pores or to balance out oily skin by regulating oil production. It has even been known to reduce acne because it helps reduce excess oil. Hemp seed oil can be massaged directly onto the skin or scalp.

Hemp seed oil effects are always individual. To find the amount of hemp seed oil that’s right for you, start with the lowest dosage and then wait to see how your body reacts. From there, increase the dosage slowly as needed, until you find the right dosage for your body.

The Pacific Roots Hemp Seed Oil Tincture bottle directions suggest consumers take 1 to 2 servings (droppers full) daily.

Most consider hemp seed oil safe to use.

Always consult your doctor to make sure any hemp products are safe for you. In general, hemp can interact with medications and should never be used/taken if you are pregnant or breastfeeding without doctor approval.

If you are allergic to seeds, nuts, or hemp, do not use the product.

When using hemp seed oil on your skin, always do a patch test first to test for allergic reactions or irritations. Massage a small amount onto the inside of your forearm and wait 24 hours to see if you have an adverse reaction.

Whether using internally or externally, discontinue use of hemp seed oil and consult your doctor if you experience any adverse reactions to the oil.

Hemp-derived products (at or less than 0.3% THC) are legal on the federal level, but are still illegal under some state laws. However, hemp seed oil contains zero cannabinoids like CBD and THC. This makes hemp seed oil legal in all states.

No. Hemp seed oil contains no cannabinoids (examples: THC and CBD), making it a great fit for all ages.

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