What is CBN?


CBN is a cannabinoid that occurs from the oxygenation and decomposition of THC. That’s why it’s most commonly found in aged cannabis plants and almost never on hemp that hasn’t flowered. CBN comes from stale cannabis and the breakdown of THC molecules. Until recently, most people believed CBN to be a waste by-product, unworthy of further examination. That all changed after a study, which showed that CBN could be THE most sedative of all cannabinoids. The discovery led to a renewed interest in the therapeutic effects of CBN and its role in regulating the endocannabinoid system.

How does CBN compare with CBD?

Although CBN Is a by-product of THC and contains sedating effects, it appears to be non- psychoactive. Apart from their chemical formula, CBN and CBD interact with the human endocannabinoid system in fairly different ways. CBD shows little affinity to the CB1 and CB2 receptors found in the nervous and immune systems. Instead, it increases the production of endocannabinoids that promote homeostasis.

What is CBN?

Research suggests that CBN can be used effectively as a sleep aid or sedative. Consumers say they fall asleep faster, stay asleep longer, and wake up rested.
CBN research has also shown that this cannabinoid may regulate the immune system, relieve pain, and inflammation.*
Learn more about CBN on our blog here: https://www.myriamshopehemp.com/what-is-cbn/
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