Into a deep sleep with CBD
It’s the middle of the night and you’re already wide awake in bed. You are not alone in this. Many people struggle with sleep problems and have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep. But a restful and deep sleep is so healthy. It’s not for nothing that “strength lies in rest”, because at night the body can finally rest and absorb energy for the next day.
Counting sheep or breathing consciously is not efficient enough for everyone, so they turn to conventional sleeping pills. So if you’re looking for a herbal alternative, CBD can be just the place to go for a deep sleep.
CBD als natürliche Alternative
Cannabidiol (CBD) is a natural component of the hemp plant and is known for its calming and relaxing effects. What CBD exactly is and can do, we have linked you here in the blog post. Many see CBD as a herbal alternative due to its better tolerance. Cannabidiol is thus a valuable insider tip when it comes to the topic of sleep optimization. Why?
A study in 2019 examined the relationship between sleep problems, nervousness, and CBD. The participants all suffered from both problems falling asleep and pronounced nervousness, and were administered CBD daily. Over the course of the study, subjects were repeatedly asked about their baseline problems. About 2/3 reported that their sleep had improved and almost 80% reported an improvement in their nervousness.
With which MAGU CBD products you can sleep better, we tell you here:
A deep sleep with CBD Sleep
What can bring your nightly mind carousel to a halt is the combination of CBD and melatonin. Our CBD Sleep is an anhydrous formulation consisting of 5% cannabidiol and 1mg melatonin per drop. Other comparable products with melatonin contain a much lower dosage. Due to its high bioavailability, it can be quickly absorbed by the body and is ideal for taking right before going to bed. It also achieves a quick effect because the CBD is absorbed through the oral mucosa. We recommend you start by taking 1-3 drops just before bedtime. Another tip: CBD Sleep can also be used for jet lag after a long trip.
What is melatonin?
The endogenous hormone melatonin, also called sleep hormone, is responsible for our day-night rhythm. It is produced in the pineal gland (epiphysis) in the brain. Among other things, the production of melatonin is controlled by the eye, since the hormone is oriented to daylight. Ideally, the melatonin level rises in the evening and one becomes tired from it. In people who struggle with sleep problems, the melatonin level is usually too low, causing difficulties falling asleep or staying asleep.
More CBD products that can counteract sleep problems
Organic CBD Oil
In addition to CBD Sleep, we would also like to introduce you to our organic CBD oil without melatonin. This contains 5, 10 or 20% CBD on hemp oil basis and has a mild taste in contrast to other CBD oils. Customers have told us that the organic CBD oil can also be used optimally for relaxation.
100% flower tea
We have another ace up our sleeve. Namely, our flower tea made from 100% hand-picked flowers. Our customers have told us that they like to use the tea as a sleeping tea. The special thing about our outdoor blossoms is that they are completely free of artificial fertilizers and pesticides. Our flower tea has a honey nuance, which makes you feel calm especially in the evening.
With our CBD product suggestions, you should now find it easier to get a restful and deep sleep, but please remember: CBD is not a miracle drug. CBD supports your natural rhythm and can help you improve your sleep. To clear up the last doubts, we have also written an article about the safety of CBD. You can find it here.
Finally, here are a few additional tips on what you can do to improve your sleep patterns:
- Avoid carbohydrates and pick-me-ups (caffeine, alcohol, nicotine) two to three hours before going to bed.
- Reduce digital media shortly before bedtime
- Be active during the day
- Go to bed regularly at the same time
A healthy and deep sleep is the key to counteracting headaches, fatigue or poor performance in everyday life. With a good night’s sleep, we do something good for our health and increase our quality of life in the process.