Approximately 70 million Americans struggle with chronic sleep problems. It seems as though a good night’s sleep is becoming harder and harder to come by.
But it’s not just electronics. Stress and other emotional factors are also affecting the quality of sleep most Americans are getting. As a result, many people look for help falling asleep.
CBN products are a great natural solution for those looking for better sleep. However, most people haven’t heard of them. Melatonin remains the most popular option.
We’re here to show you why you should consider cannabinol for sleep. Natural CBN sleep capsules could be all you need to solve your sleep problems.
Read along with us as we take a look at what CBN products can do for you.
CBN products are made from a cannabinoid found in MCT oil. This substance occurs in low concentrations in most forms of cannabis. It can even be found in aged cannabis.
The challenge scientists have is that the naturally occurring levels of CBN aren’t effective in treating sleep problems. Fortunately, the science community is developing techniques to isolate CBN. As a result, they can formulate medical products that contain higher quantities of the substance.
This is how we’re able to produce CBN products that help you sleep.
More specifically, CBN or cannabinol is a component of THC. As Delta-9 THC breaks down in your system, it separates into a variety of substances. One of these is the cannabinol molecule.
Delta-9 THC is the most popular strain of THC. This is what’s found in most types of marijuana. Recently, marijuana enthusiasts have started to see a legal Delta-8 strain of THC hit the market. It’s important to note that these are not the same.
Interestingly enough, cannabinol is actually classified as alcohol. This is because cannabis buds go through changes as the plant is exposed to environmental factors like sunlight and air. These changes act almost like a “fermentation” process.
As a result, cannabinol is like a fine wine. It’s only getting better with age!
Most people look for CBD products when they want help with sleep or anxiety. While CBD products can be effective, they may not be as effective as a CBN product. But, there are trace amounts of CBN found in CBD products.
To get an effective amount of CBN, you’ll need to look for strictly CBN-labeled products. Experts and patients alike have credited CBN with giving them some of the best sleep they’ve had. Even better than CBD.
You can find CBN in a variety of forms. Customers can purchase CBN oils, CBN vapes, or CBN sleep capsules. Our team at Mia’s Organics offers this product in a capsule.
If you Google search “CBN oil”, Google will most likely ask you if you meant CBD. This is because not much research has been done on CBN oil and its positive health effects. As a result, there are a lot of misconceptions about cannabinol.
Now that you understand what CBN is, let’s explore some of the best CBN products to help you with sleep. There are a wide variety of oils, vapes, and pills to choose from. We hope that outlining some of them here will help you choose the best one for you.
When dealing with THC and cannabinoid products, a tincture is a popular form of delivery. This method involves liquid in a small glass jar. The tincture is usually distributed with an eyedropper. Dosages consist of a certain number of drops per person.
This particular tincture is brought to you by a company called CBDistillery. Their product comes with a high rating of 9.7 out of 10. This product is mostly made of CBD.
The ratio of ingredients is a 1:3 ratio. In each jar, there are 300 mg of CBN to 900 mg of CBD. Each serving contains 40 mg of cannabinoids.
Although many people say they experience great results with this product, it’s still mostly a CBD product. Users may not be getting the full benefits of CBN.
This is another tincture or CBN oil product. This particular product extracts the cannabinol from American-grown hemp. This is a plus for anybody who is looking to use domestic products.
Each bottle contains 100 mg of CBN. Customers will be able to get 1 mg of CBN per drop of this particular oil. The company behind this product is Kat’s Natural Organics.
They formulate their Zen CBN Concentrate with MCT oil. The company suggests mixing their cannabinol oil with CBD oil or using it on its own to help you with sleep.
Zen CBN Concentrate received a 9.4 out of 10 rating.
This particular product is a CBN sleep capsule. The company formulates these capsules with a 1:1 ratio of CBN to CBD. Organic dragonfruit and Vitamin B8 are also included in the capsule.
People who use these capsules say they experience a nice relaxation of muscles and tension that helps them drift off to sleep. Online reviews call them a nice alternative to cannabinol tincture.
These capsules are also THC-free. This is a nice feature for people who are worried about experiencing intoxication from cannabinoid products. Online reviews gave this product a 9.2 rating.
If you’re looking for the best form of CBN sleep product, try the G’night capsule by Mia’s Organics. We’ve taken the time to work with an independent laboratory to formulate a unique natural sleep aid experience.
Our soft gel capsules combine the positive effects of the three most popular sleep aids: CBD, CBN, and Melatonin. Each capsule contains 30 mg of each natural sleep aid.
The result is an experience that gives you the exact blend of what you need to unwind. We’ve also given thought to your tummy, too! Our soft gels are easier to digest, so you don’t have to worry about late-night stomach problems.
CBN products are slowly growing in popularity. If you’re taking melatonin or CBD and still struggling to get to sleep, give our g’night capsules a shot. We promise you won’t be disappointed.
For more information on how CBN products can help you sleep, or alleviate pain in other areas of your life, contact Mia’s today. We love what we do and we hope you give us the opportunity to make your life better.
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