Potential Benefits of CBN Based On Real Medical Studies

Potential Benefits of CBN Based On Real Medical Studies

Modern research is gradually revealing some health conditions may be positively impacted using cannabinol. Cannabinol has shown the potential to reduce anxiety and stimulate appetite.

Current research suggests that it may have a similar effect to an antidepressant without the negative side effects associated with some prescription medications. CBN does not induce intoxicating effects (that we currently know of).

List of CBN Health Benefits

The cannabis and hemp plant has long been known for its sleep-inducing side effects. Some individuals suffering from insomnia have chosen to ingest the plant for this reason. Cannabinol is the cannabinoid that is directly associated with the sedative effect of cannabis. A very small amount of CBN creates a similar response in the body as a low-grade pharmaceutical sedative. Cannabinol may be used as an effective sleep aid in conjunction with CBD at the proper dosage.

Studies show that CBN may improve anxiety by reducing stress and decreasing the physiological symptoms of anxiety. Individuals who suffer from insomnia and PTSD are also benefited from the use of cannabinol.

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SLEEP / INSOMNIA

The cannabis and hemp plant has long been known for its sleep-inducing side effects. Some individuals suffering from insomnia have chosen to ingest the plant for this reason. Cannabinol is the cannabinoid that is directly associated with the sedative effect of cannabis as well as several other naturally occurring cannabinoids found with hemp plants.

A very small amount of CBN creates a similar response in the body as a low-grade pharmaceutical sedatives.

ANXIETY / DEPRESSION

Studies show that CBN may improve anxiety by reducing stress and decreasing the physiological symptoms of anxiety. Individuals who suffer from PTSD can also benefited from the use of cannabinol.

Neurological & Psychological Conditions

The cannabis and hemp plant has long been known for its sleep-inducing side effects. Some individuals suffering from insomnia have chosen to ingest the plant for this reason. Cannabinol is the cannabinoid that is directly associated with the sedative effect of cannabis. A very small amount of CBN creates a similar response in the body as a low-grade pharmaceutical sedative. Cannabinol may be used as an effective sleep aid in conjunction with CBD at the proper dosage.

PAIN & INFLAMMATION

Studies show that CBN may improve anxiety by reducing stress and decreasing the physiological symptoms of anxiety. Individuals who suffer from PTSD can also benefited from the use of cannabinol.

ANTIBACTERIAL PROPERTIES

Studies show that CBN may improve anxiety by reducing stress and decreasing the physiological symptoms of anxiety. Individuals who suffer from PTSD can also benefited from the use of cannabinol.

BONE severe conditions & ARTHRITIS

The cannabis and hemp plant has long been known for its sleep-inducing side effects. Some individuals suffering from insomnia have chosen to ingest the plant for this reason. Cannabinol is the cannabinoid that is directly associated with the sedative effect of cannabis. A very small amount of CBN creates a similar response in the body as a low-grade pharmaceutical sedative. Cannabinol may be used as an effective sleep aid in conjunction with CBD at the proper dosage.

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NOTES FROM THE AUTHOR

Christopher Visser

Christopher Visser

Founder of Cannabidiol Life

As you must know by now, Cannabidiol Life is a family/friend ran company with strong passion on helping others.  We like to kindly push the envelope with our education but we will never make a claim until granted the right to do so.  

Please check the article resources to verify that everything we’ve shared was a comprehensive explanation of the medical examiners conlusions on the CBN study in reference.  

I wish everyone the healthiest of regards and please feel free to reach out to myself or any Cannabidiol Life team member for help/guidance if needed. 

I just 5mg of CBN, I’ll see everyone in 12 hours! 🙂 Take care!

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