SLEEP: A STUDY
Our infatuation with the science of sleep began intentionally. In our hemp genetics, we’re constantly playing with the botanical curve, identifying and developing hemp oils to compliment the anti-inflammatory powers of plant botanicals. Almost as lore we’d heard of the sleep inducing a specific plant botanical. Its craze had hurried over hemp fields across the country: impossible to yield, expensive to isolate.
Still, its effect and ability to induce deep sleep are widely documented. After two failed batches, we attempted to develop a high, specific plant botanical expression for a SLEEP focused formula.
Before we planted Batch 4, we were adamant that our sublingual formulations evolve. Our hemp plant acumen had increased and thus our understanding of hemp had changed. We became insatiable for targeted formulas, mixing fully expressed plant botanicals with pungent terpenes for powerful plant medicines.
Previous batches had taught us that specific plant botanical levels increase as others decrease. For Batch 4 our plants remained rooted well after they finished growing, soaking up long days of summer sun.
Visits to hemp farms across the country instilled the importance of proper terpene curation early on in SLEEP’s development. A hemp farm should delight senses with citrus, pine, and earthy aromas that intoxicate the surrounding acreage.
As terpene stewards in training, we often consult the data to develop unique terpene blends. SLEEP’s ability to induce sedation is amplified by calculated doses of CARYOPHYLLENE and LINALOOL, both renowned sleep aids. Smaller amounts of MYRCENE and TERPINOLENE follow and SLEEP finishes as a 1:1 blend of calming plant botanicals and therapeutic terpenes.
anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antispasmodic, sleep aid
anticancer and tranquilizing, sedative, anti-proliferative
calming and sedative, relieves anxiety, analgesic, anti-epileptic, anti-depressant, anti-anxiety
analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, sedative