Every year there are over 1,000 articles published on CBD! With every study, we learn a little more about how the compound can improve lives. CBD has been shown to improve mental health, pain management, inflammation, and moreetc. Read more about the benefits and research behind our +Plus Series CBD Capsules here.
These capsules are the perfect way to get a great night of sleep in an easy to swallow capsule. Every ingredient has been hand-selected for rest and relaxation, from the cannabinoids to the plants.
In addition to CBD and CBN, we’ve included passionflower and melatonin to help you fall asleep and stay asleep. While many people take these individually to relax at night, the combination of all of these ingredients is a recipe for rest.
Passionflower is a beautiful plant with a rich history of uses, most commonly for anxiety and insomnia. Native American tribes used the plant for hundreds of years before it came over to Europe, where it became popular as a gentle sedative.
Compounds of the passionflower are similar to a calming neurotransmitter GABA. These effects allow it to calm the nervous system and promote relaxation. A study found that drinking passionflower tea has effective short-term sleep benefits. So taking a little passionflower every night might be just what you need to sleep.
Melatonin is a well-researched supplement for improving sleep, especially promoting the onset of sleepiness.
Melatonin is a naturally occurring hormone that your brain produces at night. If your sleep cycle becomes interrupted due to travel or other reasons, melatonin can help.
A review of studies found that melatonin is effective in improving insomnia, preventing jet lag, and improving sleep efficacy.
Our CBD Capsules are a great way to get your daily dose of CBD in an easy and effective way, and they have more than just CBD. We selected each of the herbs in our CBD pills for the benefits they provide.
Research shows that ginger accumulates in the digestive tract, where it provides relief to a number of issues. The most common use is for nausea. Evidence suggests that ginger may work as well, if not better than B6, a common prescription for nausea. There’s also evidence of anti-inflammatory properties in ginger, though additional research is needed to determine appropriate medicinal applications.
Turmeric, or curcumin, is another popular herb for managing inflammation. In a study on the spice, curcumin helped manage inflammation and oxidative conditions. Some of the ailments the research concluded turmeric to be potentially beneficial for were metabolic syndrome, arthritis, anxiety, muscle soreness, and workout recovery.
Black pepper contains piperine, a bioehancher, according to a study on increasing bioavailability of medications. The study confirmed what ayurvedic medicine has known for ages.