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CBN Vape and CBD don’t just share 2 out of 3 shorthand letters – they double-up on a few health and wellness benefits by addressing pain relief and anxiety. Then again, they do it in different ways. CBD remains captain of the mood-boosting, relaxation-inducing calm state, and it achieves this by triggering non-psychoactive receptors. Conversely, CBN Vape is mildly psychoactive and acts as a powerful sedative – the most powerful cannabinoid as suggested by recent studies. It’s also believed that CBN can stimulate the appetite.

How much CBN recommended?

Now that CBN’s super-hemp sleep powers have been unearthed, the question remains: what’s the right dose? Fortunately, like all cannabinoids, the side effects associated with large doses are tame. It appears that at its most ferocious, CBN could floor the user with drowsiness and reduced appetite. 

The correct way to approach CBN Vape, as with CBD, is to take it easy. Start with a mild dose and monitor the effects until the desired vibe settles in. Chances are that CBN is being used as a sleep-aid. If that’s the case, then up the dose until that REM cycle is grooving just right. As always, feel free to consult a physician with any general questions or about using while on other medications. Now, get out there and catch those ZzZz’s after checking out our CBN Vape Starter Kits & Cartridges.

Common FAQs

  • What is CBN?

    The hemp plant is naturally rich in an abundance of compounds, including a variety of what are known as cannabinoids. CBD is the leading cannabinoid in hemp, but CBN is another cannabinoid that’s highly abundant in the plant. Known to help with sleep issues.

  • How is CBN Different From CBD?

    CBD has been researched far more than CBN, but what we do know is that CBN has its own unique properties that appeal to a wide variety of hemp enthusiasts. Both cannabinoids work with the endocannabinoid system in the body.

  • CBN, like all products derived from hemp, is totally legal.

  • How is CBN Produced?

    CBN is carefully extracted from the hemp plant material using an extraction process.

  • Which CBN Milligram Strength and Dosage Level Are Best for Me?

    How much CBN you should take, both in terms of dosage and milligram strength, are largely dependent on your unique body as well as your needs. You’ll likely want to experiment with different amounts before deciding what’s best for you.

  • What is CBN Typically Used For?

    Most of our customers who use CBN struggle with stress and sleep issues.

  • Why is CBN So Expensive?

    CBN is more expensive than CBD because CBN is not as abundant in hemp as CBD. Therefore, more plant material is required to produce a single milliliter of CBN extract compared to CBD extract.

  • Will CBN Make Me Sleepy?

    Taking a large amount of CBN may make you feel drowsy.

  • Can I Use CBD and CBN Together?

    There’s no reason why you can’t use both CBD and CBN, as they are both plant compounds native to the hemp plant and taken together in nature.

  • How Long Does CBN Take Before I Can Feel It?

    Vaping CBN can allow the cannabinoid to become activated within as little as ten minutes.


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