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CBN stands for cannabinol and is a minor hemp compound that comes from aging THC. For this reason, there is very little CBN in young plants. Instead, it’s more abundant in plants that have been stored for long periods of time. Even though CBN converts from THC, it does not maintain the same potent psychoactive properties, it is known more for its calming qualities that may aid in restful sleep.
Many hemp fans prefer CBN oil for restful, rejuvenating nights. CBN may also produce more calming effects than CBD, CBG, and other cannabinoids.
CBN interacts with the endocannabinoid system (ECS) in the human body. The ECS is involved in regulating various physiological processes, including mood, appetite, and sleep. CBN binds to cannabinoid receptors in the body, primarily targeting the CB1 receptors, which are predominantly located in the central nervous system. By promoting relaxation through interaction of the ECS, CBN can potentially contribute to more peaceful sleep.
CBN and CBD (cannabidiol) are both cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant, but they have distinct properties. CBN is primarily known for promoting sleep, while CBD is more commonly associated with its calming and anti-stress properties. Moreover, CBN is typically present in aged cannabis flowers, while CBD is found in higher concentrations in hemp plants.
Everyone's body chemistries are different and this may lead to different felt effects of cannabinoids over time. We recommend taking the same dose for 1-2 weeks and observing the effects. If you do not feel the results you are looking for, increase the dose amount or frequency of dose to determine what works best for you.
There is no "correct" answer when it comes to choosing a cannabinoid formula as everyone feels the effects slightly different due to individual body chemistries. We recommend starting with small dose of a CBN product, and then gradually increasing dose amount or frequency of dose if needed. Reference the below section on "How to Use CBN Products " to dial in your correct serving and strength over time.
The legality of CBN depends on the specific laws and regulations of each country or state. In many parts of the world, CBN derived from hemp (a variety of cannabis with low THC content) is legal, as long as it contains less than the legal limit of THC. However, it's important to check the local regulations and consult with legal authorities to ensure compliance with the law.
CBN is generally considered to be well-tolerated, but like any substance, it may have potential side effects. Some reported side effects of CBN include drowsiness, fatigue, dry mouth, and potential interactions with other medications. It's recommended to start with a low dosage and gradually increase it while closely monitoring your body's response to minimize any potential side effects.
CBN is considered to have minimal psychoactive effects compared to THC, which is the primary intoxicating compound in cannabis. While CBN may induce some sedation, it is generally not associated with the "high" commonly associated with THC. However, the effects of CBN can vary depending on the individual's sensitivity, dosage, and other factors.
CBN is available in various forms, including oils, tinctures, capsules, and edibles. The most suitable method of consumption may vary based on personal preference and desired effects. Sublingual administration (placing oil or tincture drops under the tongue) allows for faster absorption, while edibles offer a more extended duration of effects. It's advisable to follow the recommended dosage instructions provided by the manufacturer or consult a healthcare professional for personalized guidance.
The method by which you consume or administer cannabinoid products can affect their bioavailability, which is how much of a substance enters the bloodstream in a given amount of time.
For example, vaporizing or sublingual consumption are great ways to ingest cannabinoids, as they offer high bioavailability, meaning they will enter the bloodstream at a faster rate with short-lasting effects. On the other hand, oral consumption via capsules or edibles will enter the bloodstream at a slower rate with longer-lasting effects. Topicals offer the lowest bioavailability, as they are absorbed through the skin.
Understanding bioavailability can help you determine how much of a product you need to take, and in what form, to ensure a proper dose actually ends up in your system.
This term is used to describe the experience-based evidence where all of the components (cannabinoids, terpenes, etc.) in the plant work synergistically together in the body to create a balanced effect.
Take the same dose of CBN products for 1-2 weeks:
After 1-2 weeks of dosing, how do you feel?
Not feeling desired results? Adjust as needed.
Repeat this process over time to dial in your perfect dose!
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