A Public Opportunity to Try CBN Gelcaps for Free
— Sister Halla
MERCED, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, July 28, 2023/EINPresswire.com/ — In order to allow the public a gentle and cost-free way to participate in the science and understanding of the cannabis plant, the Sisters of the Valley announced today that they are giving away five-packs of CBN gelcaps for the sleep-challenged to try.
CBN capsules, which are actually a combination of CBD and CBN, are a natural alternative to tossing, turning, and pharmaceuticals. The Sisters have packed up sets of five gelcaps with an information card to go with every store purchase made over the next five days.
The Sisters are in their ninth year of making hand-made products by the cycles of the moon and their topical salves and oils (the original products) are still popular. In recent years, the Sisters have responded to science by developing three new products. One contains raw compounds, another is formulated for pets, and another is formulated for sleep.
“The cannabis plant is unfolding her mysteries to science and the scientists are unfolding those mysteries to the public”, said Sister Kate. “During the pandemic, we learned that the raw compounds of the plant contribute to fighting infections, and then that a particular combination of CBD and CBN causes drowsiness and induces better sleep. Those discoveries led us to work with our lab in Colorado to introduce a CBD Plus capsule with the raw compounds, and a CBN capsule with the combination of compounds that are known to elicit sleep.”
All of the Sisters capsules are filled with hemp plant concentrate extracted with organic liquid coconut oil. There are no other additives or ingredients. CBN is formed from aged, dried THC on and in the buds of the plant.
The Sisters host a large archive of articles on their website where more information can be found about their products, the cannabis compounds, mushrooms, and what science is revealing about the healing powers of plants.
The Sisters pattern their lifestyle and culture after the pre-Christian Beguines. Learn more about them at www.sistersofthevalley.org
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