Cannabinol (CBN), considered the "cousin" of CBD and THC, is a rare and valuable cannabinoid with promising potential for sleep quality.


CBN is often referred to as hemp's "sleep molecule" due to its naturally soporific effect. Preliminary research suggests that CBN may act as a mild sedative, thereby promoting drowsiness and deep sleep.
It can also help reduce restlessness and calm the mind.
By incorporating CBN into specific sleep products, one can benefit from its relaxing and soothing properties, allowing one to regain restful sleep and wake up refreshed.


CBN is often considered an "expensive" cannabinoid due to its rarity.

Indeed, CBN is present in very small quantities in varieties of hemp and cannabis.

It forms gradually when THC degrades over time or with prolonged storage.

This rarity makes CBN a valuable compound, sought after for its benefits on sleep and relaxation. Despite its rarity, it is now possible to find products specifically formulated with CBN, providing a natural solution for those looking to improve their quality of sleep.


For even more effective sleep support, CBN can be combined with other cannabinoids, such as CBD, as well as herbal remedies known to have beneficial effects on sleep, such as valerian, passionflower and lemon balm.

CBD also has relaxing properties and can potentiate the effects of CBN.

Together, these cannabinoids and plants create a natural synergy that promotes relaxation, reduces anxiety and helps find deep, restorative sleep.

Additionally, studies suggest that CBN may play a role in regulating sleep cycles, providing exciting new avenues for research into CBN and its influence on sleep cycle regulation.

Studies have shown that CBN can potentially interact with receptors in the endocannabinoid system involved in sleep regulation.

CBN could therefore promote an optimal balance between REM and deep sleep phases, which contributes to more regular sleep cycles and a better quality of rest.