The Best Cannabis Products For Sleep 3/13/18
Whether you need help falling asleep or staying asleep, we’ve put together some of the best cannabis products for sleep.
As we become more educated on the health benefits of cannabis it’s no surprise that so many people are turning to this incredible plant as an alternative to help them sleep through the night. So whether you’re looking for a bit of help falling asleep, or staying asleep, these are four of the best cannabis products for sleep, all available at Solful.
Relax with a patch… from Mary’s Medicinals
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This transdermal patch helps folks fall asleep quickly and will keep you asleep through the night. Mildly psychoactive, most people find it’s best to start with a quarter of a patch and work their way up.
According to Steep Hill labs, one of the nation’s most respected cannabis research and testing laboratories, “Of all the cannabinoids, CBN appears to be the most sedative. Not only is it sedative, it takes very little to do the job. The consumption of 2.5mg to 5mg of CBN has the same level of sedation as a mild pharmaceutical sedative, with a relaxed body sensation similar to 5mg to 10mg of diazepam. CBN is synergistic with both CBD and D9THC for inducement of sleeping, and when mixed in the correct ratios, CBN becomes an effective sleep aid of 5-6 hours duration.”
Want to learn more about CBN and the other cannabinoids? Check out our article on cannabinoids!
About Mary’s Medicinals
Best known for their award-winning Transdermal Cannabis Patches, Mary’s Medicinals has popularly innovated “at the intersection of technology and horticulture”. Mary’s Medicinals is committed to shifting the conversation and perspective people have about cannabis while maintaining “industry-leading accountability driven by her patient-first mentality”.
Fall asleep with just a few drops under your tongue… 1:1 tincture from TreatWell
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TreatWell tinctures are sublingual drops that quickly dissolve when dropped under your tongue. Most people find that they have nearly immediate relief when using sublinguals as the onset typically begins within 15-20 minutes of taking the drops or doing a spray.
The 1:1 tincture from TreatWell is an equal balance of CBD and THC. The CBD will ease the mind and calms your thoughts by helping you turn down the volume inside your head and fall asleep, while the THC can act as a sedative to help you stay asleep. Based on TreatWell’s extensive patient survey data, a 1:1 is the proper CBD to THC ratio for folks suffering from insomnia.
Both of TreatWell’s founders found great success in using cannabis for serious, life-threatening conditions. It was after their personal experiences with cannabis that they switched career paths to share this amazing product and help others.
“TreatWell partners with specific cultivators who share our values and quality standards and specialize in organically and sun-grown cannabis. We use only the top shelf flowers from the cannabis plant, not the leftovers or trim, to make our extract oils.”
Sip yourself to sleep… Tranquili-tea from Kikoko
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This mildly psychoactive CBN/THC tea has 5mg of CBN and 3mg of THC per bag. Calm yourself before bed by sipping on a cup of tea, then let the effects help you sleep through the night.
The tea blend of chamomile and valerian root works synergistically with the cannabinoids to relax the body and mind. You’ll wake up feeling relaxed and rested after a good night’s sleep from your Kikoko tea.
When Amanda and Jennifer decided to launch Kikoko it was because they had first-hand experience trying to find an approachable cannabis delivery method, particularly for those who eating or smoking might not work for. They went through various ways one might consume cannabis and thought, who doesn’t enjoy sipping a cup tea?!
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