FULL SPECTRUM CBN OIL
Our hemp-derived CBN oil is flavourless and odorless, ensuring ease of consumption. In addition, when consumed or sublingual, CBN acts on various endocannabinoid cell receptors (TRPA-1, TRPV-2, TRPV-3, and TRPV-4), inducing a state of deep soothing relaxation that ease the mind and body.
For this reason, Happy Bears Full Spectrum CBD + CBN oil is a must-have for those seeking to stay asleep longer or regulate their sleep cycle.
POTENTIAL BENEFITS MAY INCLUDE:
- Chronic Pain Management
- Anti – Inflammatory
- Sleep Aid
- Ingredients: CBN Hemp Extract, MCT Oil
WHAT IS CBN OIL?
CBN Oil refers to cannabinol (CBN) which has been dissolved into a carrier oil as a tincture to improve deliverability. CBN tinctures can contain other cannabinoids, flavonoids and terpenes which are natural constituents of the hemp plant. As a product high in cannabinol content, CBN oil provides the effects of CBN, including promoting relaxation and supporting healthy sleep cycles.
WHAT DOES CBN OIL DO?
Adding CBN sleep aid properties to your daily routine may help set your sleep cycle on track.
While CBD and THC has been extensively researched and their mechanisms of action are known to include the CB1 and CB2 cell receptors, CBN hasn’t been the subject of as much study. Cannabinol is known to act on the TRPA-1, TRPV-2, TRPV-3, and TRPV-4 cell receptors. The reported effects of CBN Oil include producing a deep sense of relaxation and support for falling asleep faster and staying asleep longer.
HOW DO I USE CBN OIL?
CBN oil can be taken as a tincture by being placed and held under the tongue. CBD oil and other cannabinoid products can also be directly applied to the skin and allowed to soak in or added to a beverage thanks to our water-soluble formula.
DOES CBN OIL HELP YOU SLEEP?
Taking CBN oil 30 minutes before bed may help you fall asleep faster and stay asleep longer. Users of CBN tinctures report waking up feeling refreshed without a groggy feeling. It’s important to note that due to its sleep-supporting properties, you shouldn’t take CBN before driving or operating heavy machinery.
DOES CBN OIL GET YOU HIGH?
Because CBN is a decarboxylated form of CBNA, which itself is a transformed version of THCA, CBN oil will not get you high. In fact, before delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) was identified as the cannabinoid responsible for cannabis’ psychoactive effects, cannabinol (CBN) was thought to be responsible. Today, however, the CBN cannabinoid is known not to cause the “high” produced by consuming cannabis.
700mg, 1000mg, 2000mg, 3000mg
Full Spectrum CBD
Everyone is different, and require different dosages based on their needs. We always recommend starting with the lowest dosage, as you can always increase it. For severe or chronic pain we recommend 60-100mg for the gummies and 3000mg-5000mg for the oils.
For more information, please visit our CBD Dosage Guide.
Our dosages are per gummy, because on average only 5-10% of the CBD oil we take orally is ultimately being absorbed by your body.
The following is the estimated shelf life of all CBD products if you adhere to proper storage methods:
CBD Oil Tinctures/Oils (store in cool & dry place) – 1-2 years
CBD Salves (room temperature) – 1-2 years
CBD Capsules (store in cool & dry place) – 6-12 months
CBD Gummies (must be refrigerated) – 6-12 months
Full-Spectrum CBD contains all the vital cannabinoids that are naturally occurring in the cannabis plant. These cannabinoids work synergistically to create the “Entourage Effect”, which helps increase the healing power of the cannabinoids by working together.
Most Full Spectrum extracts contain the following cannabinoids: CBD, CBDV, CBN, THCV and less than 0.3% THC.
Cannabigerol is a minor cannabinoid found in low concentrations in marijuana plants. It’s made by decarboxylating CBGA, or exposing it to heat or light. Typically, cannabis plants will produce flower with less than 1% CBG, although cultivators are beginning to breed strains with higher percentages of this cannabinoid.
Cannabinol is a mildly psychoactive cannabinoid that acts as a low affinity partial agonist at both CB1 and CB2 receptors. This activity at CB1 and CB2 receptors constitutes interaction of CBN with the endocannabinoid system.
Terpenes are naturally occurring chemical compounds found in plants and some animals. They're responsible for the aromas, flavors, and even colors associated with various types of vegetation. In terms of cannabis, terpenes are what make certain strains smell or taste different from others.
Cannabinoids are naturally occurring compounds derived from the cannabis Sativa plant, which are primarily responsible for healing and wellness in living organisms. Cannabinoids bind directly to the endocannabinoid receptors found in humans and mammals which triggers homeostasis within our bodies to address areas of pain and inflammation.
Full Spectrum CBD
Full-Spectrum extracts means it contains all phytochemicals naturally found in the plant, including CBD, trace cannabinoids like CBDV, THCV, CBN, & CBG, terpenes, and essential oils. Full-spectrum extracts from hemp also come with a negligible THC content — less than 0.3%
Pure CBD Isolate
CBD oil is a mixture of the chemical compound CBD and a high quality carrier oil such as MCT oil or hemp seed oil. CBD (cannabidiol) is one of more than 100 naturally occurring cannabinoids found in hemp and cannabis.
Broad Spectrum CBD
Broad-spectrum CBD contains cannabidiol and all the other compounds within the plant like CBDV, THCV, CBN & CBG, except for THC, which is completely removed after the initial extraction.
Bioavailability is a term used to describe the percentage (or the fraction ) of an administered dose of active ingredient that reaches the systemic circulation
Tests have shown that at best 15-20%, but on average only 5-10% of the CBD oil we take orally is ultimately being absorbed. A staggering 80-95% of the CBD oil you consume, your body will never use. The way that our body absorbs fatty compounds like CBD oil, is by encapsulating these compounds with a special molecule.
That is why our dosages are higher vs other vendors.