Save 15% with this bundle of full-spectrum products from Greater Goods made with both CBD and CBN. Cannabinol (CBN) is another non-intoxicating cannabinoid molecule found in hemp like Cannabidiol (CBD). Research on CBN is just beginning, but early research suggests it may have sedative effects stronger than that of CBD. Combining the two could be just the ticket for a better night sleep.
Enjoy experimenting with their CBD/CBN tincture, dark chocolate, and blackberry gummies to find your perfect night time routine. Perhaps a gummy after work to start easing the mind, followed by tincture drops and a square of chocolate to end your evening. Add in some yin yoga, meditation, or another mindfulness practice, and you’ll be well on your way to better rest.
In this bundle you’ll find:
Also makes a well appreciated gift for any friend or loved one looking for new ways to unwind after a long day.
For ingredient information, follow the products links found in the bundle description.
Lab Reports (COAs)
We maintain lab report COAs (Certificate of Analysis) for all CBD and hemp flower products that we sell. However, we don’t post them on our website publicly, because they can be stolen and used to make forgeries. To request a COA, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will get back to you as quickly as possible. Please mention the specific product that you would like to see lab reports for.
Note that full-spectrum products contain a small amount of THC (<0.3%). Though there may be benefits to consuming full-spectrum CBD, if you have concerns regarding drug testing or are sensitive to THC, consider trying a THC-free product such as CBD isolate or broad-spectrum CBD. Keep full-spectrum CBD products away from children and pets. See our FAQ for more information.
The FDA has not approved this product to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. You should consult your doctor before starting any new dietary supplement, including herbal supplements such as hemp extract. Ask your doctor about correct dosing and any possible drug interactions, especially if you have been advised against eating grapefruit.