In a groundbreaking clinical trial, the phytocannabinoid cannabinol (CBN) has emerged as a powerful tool for improving sleep quality. Published in the journal Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology, this study has revealed exciting findings for those struggling with sleep disturbances.
Researchers conducted a placebo-controlled trial with 321 participants who rated their sleep quality as “poor” or “very poor.” Subjects were given 20 mg of CBN, a combination of CBN and CBD, or a placebo for seven days in the form of gummies taken 90 minutes before bedtime.
The results were astounding, with those receiving 20 mg of CBN experiencing significantly reduced nighttime awakenings and overall sleep disturbances compared to the placebo group. Importantly, the combined use of CBD with CBN did not enhance the effects of CBN treatment, indicating the impressive standalone efficacy of CBN.
Mild side effects, such as headaches, were reported, making CBN a promising option for those seeking better sleep without significant adverse effects.
This study paves the way for CBN as a natural remedy for sleep difficulties, shedding light on its potential to enhance the quality of rest. As the research continues, the future may hold new and innovative solutions for those battling sleep issues. Stay updated on the latest developments in the world of cannabis and its remarkable benefits for sleep by subscribing now!