CBD Helping Many Get A Good Night’s Sleep  


Cannabis is and will always be a questionable topic so long as it remains controlled by laws and regulations across the world.

There’s a lot that people know about the cannabis plant but most of -those against its use are focused on the psychoactive effects and apparent “health issues” it can give to users.

It’s wrong to judge cannabis by what is being said by people that refuse to broaden their idea of what cannabis really is.

Those that are familiar with cannabis know why it is considered a medical wonder.

Cannabis plants like hemp and marijuana are made up of many compounds called cannabinoids.

The two most prominent and studied cannabinoids are tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD).


THC is the cannabinoid that is responsible for the “high” that people experience when using cannabis. 

It is very common in recreational marijuana.

CBD on the other hand, is a completely different story. It is more present in hemp and medical marijuana strains.

CBD has been dubbed as a miracle compound by some because of its numerous benefits.

Some of CBD’s potential benefits include decreasing inflammation, as well as reducing the pain and swelling in a certain area.

CBD is also famous for helping people with severe epilepsy have less seizures and live better lives.

There are studies that are geared towards proving these claims and they are showing positive results so far.

Since it is such a helpful chemical comp-ound, cannabidiol is extracted from plants by producers of an increasingly popular line of goods made with the resulting product.

CBD comes in an extensive selection of forms including edibles, crystal dabs, vape liquids, and more. 

By far the most popular of them all is its oil tincture form.

CBD oil is consumed in many ways. Some use it as a special additive to their food. 

Others take a few drops of CBD under the tongue in the morning.

Regardless of how they plan on using compound, what’s important to know is that these people are using CBD oil for its alleged health benefits.

Many claims have been made regarding the benefits of CBD but what is often heard on the streets is that it can help anyone get a good night’s sleep.

As such, many consumers are interested in buying CBD oil.

CBD oil for sleep: why is it effective?

There are many studies that are geared toward unlocking the hidden secrets of CBD oil and some of which are centered on seeing how well it improves the sleeping habits of its consumers.

The claims being made by early researchers and users have been positive so far but since the studies regarding CBD oil for sleep are still relatively new,  research isn’t conclusive yet.

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Maybe it’s the placebo effect caused by people urging others to buy CBD oil or maybe CBD is just really effective as a sleeping agent.

What is certain though is that CBD does not get people high so no one should get any wrong ideas.

People that claim that CBD has improved their sleeping habits are not high; they are simply more relaxed upon using a CBD oil for sleep product.

According to preliminary studies, CBD has been shown to prolong the third stage of sleep in non-rapid eye movement (NREM).

This is one of the most crucial phase of sleeping as individuals get revitalized during this process.

Some of the changes the body goes through during this phase include tissue growth and repair and blood pressure regulation.

This could mean that CBD could potentially be optimizing the natural processes of sleep.

CBD isn’t an intoxicating compound. Thus it is not capable of getting people high. That being said, researchers have yet to determine exactly why cannabidiol relaxes its users.

What is sure though is that this compound has made a fan out of people across the U.S. even if there is a certain stigma surrounding cannabis.

There are already some people who are using CBD to help combat their insomnia and other sleeping issues.

Woman Sleeping With Eye Cover

For instance, one individual we read about had tried nearly all there is to try to help himself get to sleep at the right time.

From regular exercise to compounds like melatonin and magnesium, he had tried it all. 

Sadly, all of the techniques and previous prescriptions failed at what they were intended to do.

However, he began to experiment with CBD which was gaining more and more popularity at the time.

Surprisingly, the user was allegedly able to fall asleep shortly after taking a drop of the oil.

Since then, he has been a firm believer of the product and some of the claims made for it.

There’s no telling just how many sleepless nights have been prevented by CBD but what it is certain though is that it is beginning to turn non-believers into believers at an alarming rate.

Is CBD legal?

Despite its popularity, CBD is still not readily available all over the globe, including most of the states in America.

In fact, CBD laws are still very confusing in the U.S.

Those who are interested in using the miracle compound should take a refresher course in its legalities and possible penalties first.

Considering federal law, CBD is illegal. The U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency classifies CBD as a Schedule 1 drug.

Under this ruling, CBD is considered as a drug with “with no currently accepted medical use and a high potential for abuse.”

Using CBD products could get anyone in trouble but this is not where the confusion is.

Ever since President Donald Trump signed the 2018 Farm Bill and passed it into law, hemp has been federally legal in the U.S.

Since hemp is one of the main sources of CBD, consumers had high hopes that the U.S. could make CBD legal as well.

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However, the DEA continues to implement its strict guidelines regarding CBD.

Consumers that really want to try out CBD, are better off buying products in states where there is no ban on both forms of marijuana.

These include Alaska, California, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Nevada, Oregon, Vermont, and Washington.

To be on the safe side, consumers must also check the labels of the products they are buying.

They want to look for the compound composition of the product. Ideally, they should purchase products that contain less than 0.3% of THC.

This is the standard when it comes to legal THC composition in most states.

Legalization By State

Surprisingly, CBD is easily accessible in physical and online retailers despite the laws and regulations.

Most of the retailers are not getting handed down heavy fines as well.

Whether or not a person choose to buy CBD oil is completely up to him. 

However, he must be prepared to face any legal consequences if there are any.

Buying CBD is simple and hard at the same time. It is simple as it is accessible in retailers and online portals.

It is hard as assessing the quality of a product is complicated.

Before buying oils, edibles or dabs made with CBD, people must first conduct some heavy research on the brand that created the product and the product itself.

This is the only way they can guarantee that they are getting their money’s worth.

Saying CBD is changing lives globally could be an overstatement but there is no denying the fact that this so-called green movement is starting to gain more supporters worldwide.

The benefits of CBD could be just too good to pass up so people are eager to buy CBD oil whenever possible.

As the world eagerly awaits the final results of numerous studies regarding CBD, many are already big fans of the compound.

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  • Jean Sinclair says:

    Nice blog post!
    People should use it for good things and avoid the bad ones.
    Your’s blog explaining in a better way that how CBD helps to sleep in deep.

    Thanks. Keep posting

  • Mimi Lyon says:

    I’m quite new to CBD. Enjoyed your article. I have been using a CBD cream on my wrists for pain. Oddly enough I’m finding I’m actually sleeping better. Not sure if it’s related or not, but perhaps it is?

    Thanks for your article; I am enjoying learning more about CBD.

    • Hey Mimi. Thanks for sharing your experience and thoughts. I have never heard of this experience with anyone else but it’s possible. But hey, if you’re the only one who has this experience, not a bad deal right? We could all use better sleep 🙂

  • alloutcbd says:

    Hello The CBD PROFESSOR,
    Very informative and innovative Article.
    Thanks to medical marijuana advocates, people who grow marijuana could now legally do so within the bounds of the law. This blog shows that CBD plays a vital role to get a good sleep. Again thank you so much for sharing. Keep posting!

  • Ghosh | Alloutcannabis says:

    Hi CBD Professor,
    Cannabis plants like hemp and marijuana are made up of many compounds called cannabinoids. You described it in more interesting way. Good Job Friend. Keep on.

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