Find those ZZZs you’ve been missing with our night time tincture
Our high milligram CBD+CBN Sleep Tincture helps promote deep relaxation with a blend of terpenes targeted to relax the mind & body naturally and encourage a good night's sleep. Crafted with high quality, CO2-extracted Vermont hemp, this tincture is a go-to for those who want to promote restfulness naturally, in a non-habit forming way Our premium blend of Full-Spectrum CBD oil, MCT oil, and botanical terpenes ensures that this tincture is fast-acting, so you won’t have to wait around to feel effects.
Tastes Like: - Berry, Grape, Herbal
Bold notes of berry & grape with herbal undertones
- 1oz Bottle contains 1500mg of Full-Spectrum CBD & 500mg CBN (AKA the "sleepy cannabinoid")
- Rapid Metabolizing MCT Oil Formula
- Sustainably-Grown Vermont Hemp
- Terpene Rich Formula
- Botanically derived Grandaddy Purple terpenes provide a mouthwatering taste & aroma while promoting restful sleep
- Full-Spectrum: Contains a full spectrum of cannabinoids without the "high" associated with THC
- Rapid Delivery: Sonicated to increase cannabinoid absorption for maximum efficacy
Contains Coconut. Cannabinoids derived from hemp biomass. Origin: Waterbury, VT
WHAT IS CBN?
Cannabinol (CBN) is a non-intoxicating, mildly psychoactive cannabinoid that is produced when delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (Δ-9-THC) oxidizes and degrades over time due to exposure to oxygen, light and heat. It was the first cannabinoid to be isolated in the late 1800s and was thought to be the primary psychoactive compound in cannabis for many decades (1). Today, we know that the crown goes to THC, but CBN is finding its own limelight and is being researched for its potential benefits.
CBN can interact with some medications, so it is best to check with a health care provider if you are taking medications.
CBN is considered a dietary supplement. The FDA does not currently regulate the safety and purity of dietary supplements
1) Ahmad, Samoon & Kevin P. Hill (2021). Medical Marijuana: A Clinical Handbook. pp. 110 & 187. Wolters Kluwer.