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CBN Delivery Methods: Sublingual Spray, Transdermal Patches, & Soft-Gel Capsules

CBN, known as cannabinol, is the cannabinoid that develops as THC ages. Despite CBN’s close relationship to THC, it is generally accepted as non-psychoactive (aka it doesn’t get you high).

Known for its potential as a sleep aid, anecdotal evidence also suggests that CBN could be used for PTSD, insomnia, sleep disorders, appetite issues, glaucoma, menstrual disorders, and many other ailments.

CBN Delivery Methods

Made from the purest ingredients, our CBN is currently available in a sublingual spray, topical transdermal patch, and an ingestible capsule. Each method has a different level of bioavailability and activation timeline. No one method is best, but is based on your personal preference.

What Is Bioavailability?

Bioavailability is the rate at which your body absorbs the CBN from the application area to the bloodstream. Some CBN products, such as our sublingual spray provide consumers with faster activation time and greater bioavailability, which means you need less milligrams to achieve the same effect as other delivery methods.

Topical Transdermal Patch

Our transdermal patches work best when applied to any veinous area of the skin, such as the inside of your wrist. The wonderful thing about our transdermal patches is the time-release technology, allowing for a slow, steady release of CBN to help you stay asleep throughout the night.

Ingestible Capsule

Our CBN ingestible capsule is an excellent option for those who prefer pills or capsules as a part of their routine. We understand that many people aren’t used to administering tinctures, sprays, or patches and don’t want to think about how much they should be taking. Due to some bioavailability being lost via ingestion, our capsules contain more milligrams of CBN to make up for it. Easily taken with other capsules, CBN capsules are small, odorless, tasteless, and easy to swallow.

Sublingual Spray

Best for those who have trouble falling asleep, the sublingual spray is applied directly under the tongue and held there for 30 seconds before swallowing for maximum effect. Our sublingual spray offers the fastest delivery method.

Choosing the Right Method for You

Our sublingual spray, transdermal patches, and ingestible capsules are all made from CBN isolate, so you can rest easy knowing you are getting consistent and reliable dosing each and every time. Each method offers potent, convenient CBN delivery. The method you choose will be a matter of preference, and there is no right or wrong choice. So which way do you prefer? What are the benefits you’ve found to each method?

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