Therapeutic Potential of CBN: Exciting News for Health Enthusiasts

Cannabinol, or most commonly referred to as CBN, is one of the hundreds of cannabinoids found in the Cannabis Sativa plant. It’s not as widely recognized or extensively studied as its counterparts, THC and CBD, yet it's increasingly capturing the attention of health enthusiasts and researchers alike. Getting a better understanding of CBN and its potential benefits can offer new dimensions to the wellness industry, and could significantly enhance the product offerings in this sphere.

Today we're excited to announce the launch of our new product - the Blueberry Haze CBN Oil - coinciding perfectly with the growing interest in this lesser-known cannabinoid. But before we unveil the specifics of our product, let's delve a little deeper into what CBN is, its benefits, risks, and why you might want to consider incorporating it into your wellness routine?

Understanding CBN

CBN emerges as a result of THC degradation due to heat, air, or light exposure. Although it originates from the psychoactive THC, it doesn't have the intoxicating effects associated with it. It binds with the CB2 receptors in your body's endocannabinoid system, largely associated with immune system regulation.

One noteworthy distinction between CBD and CBN is that while CBD exists independently within the Cannabis Sativa plants, CBN is a derivative of THC degradation - unlike CBD, which can occur independently in the plant.


Potential Benefits of CBN

Although not as extensively researched as CBD, CBN shows great therapeutic promise in certain areas based on preclinical studies. Here are a few ways it could potentially benefit your health:

1. Treatment of Epidermolysis Bullosa: Clinical trials are currently underway testing CBN cream as a treatment for this group of rare diseases that cause the skin to blister easily. The second phase of the clinical trial found CBN cream to be effective on both normal, intact skin and open wounds without causing any delay in wound healing.

2. Reduction of the Effects and Symptoms of Glaucoma: Certain retinal cells treated with a topical CBN formula showed a high level of cell survival, even under elevated pressure conditions associated with glaucoma.

3. Relief of Chronic Muscle Pain: A 2019 study uncovered that CBN could potentially aid in relieving chronic muscle pain disorders, such as temporomandibular disorders and fibromyalgia.


Potential Risks of CBN

The potential risks associated with CBN include drowsiness and sedation, and the risk of a positive result on a drug test. It’s important to note that while drowsiness may be seen as a downside for some, it's considered a plus point for those using CBN products for sleep aid, relaxation, and pain relief.


Introducing Fingerboard Farm's Blueberry Haze CBN Oil

Armed with the understanding of the potential benefits and risks of CBN, we're thrilled to introduce our Blueberry Haze CBN Oil 330 mg. Our tincture combines the potential therapeutic benefits of CBN with the delightful flavor of blueberries. We hope to provide you with a product that not only possibly aids in sleep, relaxation, skin health, and pain relief but also delights your taste buds.

Before embarking on any new health regimen, remember to consult with a medical professional, especially since clinical studies on CBN are limited compared to CBD. Our Blueberry Haze CBN Oil adds an exciting new dimension to the ever-expanding family of cannabinoid-based wellness products and we can't wait for you to experience its potential benefits.

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  • I’ve just about finished a bottle of the Blueberry Haze CBN, I take a dropper full just before going to bed, and it helps with what used to be pain throughout the night, thus allows me to get a more peaceful sleep. But I have to say, the blueberry flavor, not that great, and as many times as I’ve used it, the flavor is not very enticing, something I’ve come to basically “hold my nose and deal with.” I think instead of trying fruit flavoring, a spice or honey might do much better at adding a flavor, but blueberry flavor and CBN oil, not a great combination.

    Kerry Valley

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