CBN Isolate

$1,500.00

For COA’s and samples, please call or email Tom at 858-943-0594 and tom@wholesalehempandcbd.com.

CBN Isolate: The Most Calming Cannabinoid

There is a long list of benefits when it comes to the major cannabinoids like CBD and THC, with anti-stress and anti-inflammatory effects being the most common reason consumers will seek out cannabinoid infused products.

Although minor cannabinoids occur in smaller quantities in hemp and cannabis, many have been found to have unique medicinal properties. One of the more intriguing of these is Cannabinol, or CBN.

CBN isolate is believed to have powerful sedative qualities, making it a promising compound in the pursuit of natural sleep aids.

What Is CBN?

CBN is a mildly psychoactive cannabinoid found in trace amounts in the plant’s resin. It acts as a low affinity, partial agonist of the CB1 and CB2 receptors in the peripheral and nervous systems.

This cannabinoid was the first compound in cannabis to be isolated in the late 1800s, and later synthesized in 1940 to support research on the effects of CBN isolate on animal cells in vivo.

Although CBN is processed through similar channels within the body, its lower affinity for the CB1 receptor requires a significantly higher dose of CBN to experience the effects of sedation.

How Is CBN Made Naturally?

It is relatively common to find synthetic or semi-synthetic varieties of CBN on the market as these are much more affordable and available in bulk. However, CBN does occur naturally!

CBN is a byproduct of the degradation of THC. When THC oxidizes from exposure to air, heat, or UVB light it converts into CBN. This is a similar conversion to decarboxylation, or the chemical reaction that converts THCA to THC.

In some cases, THCA oxidizes into CBNA, which is then further broken down by heat and light to create CBN.

This means that natural CBN is most abundant in older flower material or extracts. This is often paired with the signature amber coloring of CBD or cannabis extract.

As the oils age, they develop a dark brown or red hue, signifying that the material has begun to oxidize. This is an easy way to identify a CBN rich extract.

How Is CBN Made Naturally?

It is relatively common to find synthetic or semi-synthetic varieties of CBN on the market as these are much more affordable and available in bulk. However, CBN does occur naturally!

CBN is a byproduct of the degradation of THC. When THC oxidizes from exposure to air, heat, or UVB light it converts into CBN. This is a similar conversion to decarboxylation, or the chemical reaction that converts THCA to THC.

In some cases, THCA oxidizes into CBNA, which is then further broken down by heat and light to create CBN.

This means that natural CBN is most abundant in older flower material or extracts. This is often paired with the signature amber coloring of CBD or cannabis extract.

As the oils age, they develop a dark brown or red hue, signifying that the material has begun to oxidize. This is an easy way to identify a CBN rich extract.

CBN Isolate Can Combat Restlessness & Support Relaxation

Studies have suggested that in addition to sedative and relaxing effects, CBN may also play a key role in managing pain and supporting healthy immune system function.

CBN’s effect on the immune system stems from its affinity for the CB2 receptor. These receptors are part of the body’s peripheral nervous system, which control the function of immune cells.

More research needs to be done to draw conclusions on CBN’s impact on immunity, but the way that it is metabolized in the body is compelling evidence that it could have a positive impact on regulating immune functions.

The cannabinoid is also an agonist at the TRPV2 receptor. This may mean that CBN can offer relief from physical pain in joint and muscle tissue.

How Does CBN Impact Sleep?

In short, CBN may support restful sleep and anti-anxiety effects. Similar to all major and minor cannabinoids, these benefits are more prevalent when CBN is combined with other cannabinoids (like CBD, THC, CBG).

Studies dating back to 1995 show CBN having a significant impact on sleep – as it prolonged sleep time in mice. Though there is substantial anecdotal evidence and many small-scale sleep studies on CBN, there truly isn’t sufficient clinical evidence to confirm CBN’s effect on sleep.

For now, it is considered a relatively safe and harmless compound that has the potential for supporting restful sleep.

Does CBN Interact With Other Cannabinoids?

Although exact effects vary based on concentration and overall ratios, all cannabinoids will influence how the body metabolizes CBN or any other cannabinoid ingested simultaneously.

This is a phenomenon industry experts refer to as the entourage effect – meaning that there are unique effects that occur based on each different blend of cannabinoids.

Due to CBN’s sedative effects, it can oftentimes soften the effects of other cannabinoids. For example, it has been noted that CBN helps temper the energizing and intense effects of Delta 8 THC. This can bring a strong psychoactive experience to a more mellow and full-body relaxed sensation.

More research is needed before we can fully understand the impact of CBN on other major cannabinoids, but from anecdotal evidence we can confirm it can offer a more grounding effect when paired with other cannabinoids.

Developing Successful Products With Our CBN Isolate

Depending on your source material, there may be some limitations when acquiring CBN in bulk. When it comes to extracting and manufacturing it yourself, there are regulatory considerations depending on your local laws. It’s important to clarify the source of your material and specifically if it is derived from hemp or cannabis.

It is also critical to source material that has been third-party lab tested, as much of the CBN on the market has been modified and developed in a lab, meaning there may be other impurities to consider from a quality control perspective.

Good quality CBN is an excellent addition to almost any CBD or THC based product for an extra boost of relaxation. CBN can be successfully vaped, infused into edibles, tinctures, and even some topical products.

This incredibly versatile compound packs so much promise as a natural alternative to some sleeping medications – leaving consumers feeling refreshed and rested, without any of the mental fog later!

CBN Isolate FAQ

We get a lot of questions about our CBN isolate, so below we’ll do our best to answer the most common questions you might have.

What Is CBN Isolate?

CBN is one of the up and coming cannabinoids on the market. CBN is short for Cannabinol, an extremely effective cannabinoid for people looking to get better sleep. Users have also reported benefits like inflammation reduction and a general sense of relaxation and well being. Most users report better sleep if ingested before bed.

The compound itself is a non-psychoactive that forms in hemp plants as it ages and is recommend to be used daily to realize the full effects of this popular cannabinoid.

How Can I Use CBN Isolate?

Our CBN Isolate comes as a very fine powder, giving it a wide range of applications. You can easily create capsules, mix it into drinks, tinctures or food products, create sublingual products and so much more. It’s an incredibly versatile powder that can be added to just about anything for consumers.

Do You Have COA's?

Yes, our isolate is tested consistently and we can send the Certificate of Analysis results by request. Simply reach out to tom@wholesalehempandcbd.com or call the number above to get access to the COA and order your samples.

Is It Guaranteed T-Free?

Yes, as with most isolates, our CBN isolate is 100% THC free and is ready to be used commercially. We can provide up to date results by request.

Is There A Minimum Order?

Yes. Our minimum order for CBN Isolate is a single kilogram. We do offer tiered price breaks as the volume gets larger and we can handle orders of hundreds of kilos per month.

Do You Carry Other Bulk Cannabinoids?

Yes! We have a number of premium distillates and isolates available at bulk pricing like:

HHC Distillate

HHCP Distillate

CBG Distillate

D8 Distillate

THCA Isolate

CBGA Isolate

CBDA Isolate

CBD Isolate

Feel free to request samples of any of the products listed above if you’d like to add them to your product lines.

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