kan-ə-bī-nȯl | Noun
The cannabinoid into which tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) breaks down after prolonged periods of time. The degradation can be accelerated by exposing dried plant matter to oxygen and heat. Cannabinol (CBN) is only mildly intoxicating; with current research indicating it may only be one-fourth (¼) the potency of THC.
“This CBN weed is over four years old and aged to perfection.”
“If you’re having trouble sleeping, take advantage of the CBN in your poorly stored cannabis.”
CBN is what everyone is talking about for sleep. Seems to be effective in smaller doses, and in higher doses can get you high. Currently being derived in the lab.
Combine tablets, break them on the score mark, create your own individualized dose. Consistent mg per tablet allows you to establish a baseline dose.