CBN Oil 10ml
CBN Oil 10ml
Supernaturals CBN oil is a lab-tested product that is made from European hemp and contains the full spectrum of cannabinoids. With a THC content of less than 0.2%, as legally regulated, our CBN ...
Supernaturals CBN oil is a lab-tested product that is made from European hemp and contains the full spectrum of cannabinoids. With a THC content of less than 0.2%, as legally regulated, our CBN oil contains key terpenes, as well as organic hemp seed oil and MCT oil, which work together to provide greater absorption by the body.
Extracted by professionals using state-of-the-art eco-friendly techniques, it contains no additives or GMOs.
Here are some key characteristics of Supernaturals CBN Oil:
CBN, or cannabinol, is a minor cannabinoid found in the cannabis plant that has been shown to have potential health benefits. Cannabidiol is a neuro-regenerator that has potential to aid with memory.
Cannabinol has also been shown to have potential benefits for sleep. This is because CBN has been shown to interact with receptors in the brain that are responsible for regulating sleep-wake cycles. By improving sleep quality and duration, CBN may help people feel more rested and energized during the day.
Additionally, CBN may have potential benefits for pain relief. CBN has been shown to interact with receptors in the body that are responsible for regulating pain and inflammation.
Supernaturals CBN oil is a high-quality, lab-tested product that contains pure, natural CBN. We offer different strengths of CBN oil, so you can choose the perfect potency to fit your needs. Try our CBN oil today and experience the benefits for yourself.
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