A good night’s sleep can be elusive. Our Sweet Dreams Drops help you get to sleep quickly and rest more soundly through the night. This powerful tincture combines full spectrum CBD with added CBN, the ultimate relaxation cannabinoid, sleep terpenes, and the maximum legal amount of delta-9 THC.
Directions for best results: Shake well before use. Place one full dropper (1mL) under the tongue and hold for one minute before swallowing.
The Benefits of Delta-9 THC Drops + CBN: Sweet Dreams Blend
Along with the wellness benefits that are a result of CBD’s interaction with the endocannabinoid system, CBD also has powerful calming properties — particularly in full spectrum CBD, which contains all of the cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids of the cannabis hemp plant. In terms of calming, nothing beats the “ultimate relaxation cannabinoid,” CBN, which is a vital component of our sleep tincture. THC also delivers relaxation benefits, as well as wellness benefits and mood enhancement. Together, these cannabinoids make a powerful (and natural) alternative to prescription sleeping pills and other drug store sleep aids.
Full spectrum CBD oil has a wonderful calming effect on the mind and body. CBN, the “ultimate relaxation cannabinoid,” takes that calming effect to the next level with deep, restful properties. Delta-9 THC and sleep terpenes also help the mind and body to unwind before bed.
Every ingredient in these delta-9 sleep drops is formulated to not only help you fall asleep, but to also sleep soundly through the night, with fewer interruptions.
With most sleeping pills, you can wake up in the morning feeling groggy and just plain lousy. With our THC sleep oil, there are no ill after-effects. You wake up feeling refreshed and renewed.
When CBD interacts with the body’s endocannabinoid system, it helps the body to maintain homeostasis (balance) in several crucial systems and organs. THC also has several wellness benefits, which include stress and pain relief, antioxidant and immune benefits, and more.
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