White Label CBN
CBN is a non-intoxicating chemical that is best known as the cannabinoid generated when THC ages. For that reason, it’s usually present in large amounts in older cannabis. Even though this could be a turn-off to get others seek out old cannabis just to enjoy the ramifications of CBN.
Listed below are a couple of of the possible benefits of CBN now being researched in research. Keep in mind, present research on CBN is restricted with hardly any studies demonstrating its consequences in the human body.
What Is CBN?
While many may be familiar with cannabidiol or CBD oil, which is used to treat a wide variety of conditions, CBG or Cannabigerol may not be quite as familiar. With the legalization of industrial hemp in 2018, CBD oil has spread almost like wildfire across the US. Perhaps not surprisingly, this has also spurred interest in CBG. But what is CBG, how does it work, and is it right for your needs?
CBN And Sleep
CBD has been discovered to be a successful sleep aid; therefore this is most likely why many businesses are combining both CBD and CBN to generate stronger sleep aids, thanks mostly on this entourage effect.
Other firms are having success by sedating terpenes and blending CBN with combinations of cannabinoids.
CBN Has Great Benefits
CBN possesses potent antibacterial properties and is just one of about five cannabinoids which have been demonstrating potent activity against over just one Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) strain.
CBN may also be helpful in treating psoriasis since it’s among a couple of cannabinoids (along with THC, CBD, and CBG) that’s been proven to inhibit keratinocyte proliferation that contributes to skin disease, psoriasis.
More about CBN Cannabinol
Given its sedative effects and dominant presence in elderly cannabis, CBN’s standing — both as a weary cannabinoid and one less desired than THC or CBD — has been warranted, though it lands just shy of the big picture. CBN’s unique quality is undoubtedly the thing which sets it apart from other cannabinoids, but that doesn’t mean we don’t have a lot to learn from the CBN cannabinoid or much to gain from becoming more acquainted with its own chemical makeup and effects.
A lot of the research around cannabinol effects, noteworthy sedation, has been done in rodents. A 1975 study showed CBN enriches the sedating effects of THC in rats and mice. Sedation is often connected with CBN because elderly flowers have much more CBN than new flowers. The sedation isn’t always a product of CBN; instead, elderly cannabis using CBN cannabinoids will be sedating since it has also lost lower molecular weight monoterpenoids in favor of more sedating sesquiterpenoids. The sedation variable is one of several primary differences when comparing CBN vs. CBD, as the latter cannabinoid doesn’t cause sleepiness.