RATIO: 50% CBD + 25% CBG + 25% CBN
These high potency sublingual drops contain 2000mg of activated cannabidiol (CBD), cannabigerol (CBG) and cannabinol (CBN)
CBG and SLEEP: Older investigations up to current research support the idea of CBG as an inhibitor gamma aminobutyric acid (GABA), in a variety of affinity comparable or superior to THC or CBD, which may explain the anti-anxiety and muscle relaxation that this molecule has.
In 1991, researchers found that CBG has analgesic and antieritemic effects by blocking lipoxygenase activity and thus reduces inflammation to a higher degree than common pain relievers.
CBD and SLEEP: According to Peter Grinspoon, MD, a professor at Harvard Medical School, CBD is commonly used to fight anxiety and, for patients suffering from insomnia disorders, studies suggest that CBD can help both at bedtime and sleep quality.
CBD has a calming effect on the central nervous system, reducing anxiety and regulating the production of the stress hormone cortisol.
CBN and Sleep disorders: CBN is an organic compound that originates from the degradation of THC and its molecules due to decarboxylation, a process where elements such as heat, light and oxygen are exposed to the plant. Thus, it can be said that CBN occurs from more developed stages of cannabis and originates later than the other two main substances
The combination of CBN and CBD can help treat sleep-related disorders.
Although CBN and CBD are derived from the hemp plant, CBN is known to cause sedative effects, while CBD causes more relaxed effects.
* Up to 0.2% THC
TARGET FORMULA™ TERPENES:
Knowing the medicinal value of each single isolated terpene allows us to combine complementary compounds. Although terpenes have a multitude of therapeutic values, most can be categorized as stimulants or sedatives, regardless of their additional physiological effects. Most strains are hybrid to one degree or another. The reason people have adverse side effects to cannabis has less to do with THC content and more to do with the presence of competing terpenes. When consumed, they can act on the body in a similar way to the combination of upper and lower parts, which can result in increased heart rate, reduced blood pressure, wet hands and, often, anxiety.
By controlling the terpene profile, we can eliminate any contraindications while expanding the desired therapeutic target.