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What is CBN Isolate?

CBN isolate is the isolated form of the cannabinoid Cannabinol. The difference between CBN isolate and CBN distillate is that CBN isolate is the purest form of CBN isolate, usually with a potency of 99% or higher. CBN binds to the CB1 receptors in the endocannabinoid system like Delta 8 THC does. CBN was the first cannabinoid that was isolated and identified from a cannabis plant in 1899.

How to Use CBN Isolate?

CBN isolate has several different methods of usage. Some people combine CBN isolate with MCT oil to create a tincture that can be consumed. Other consumers consume CBN isolate using softgels that are pre-filled with CBN and MCT oil. The majority of the other consumers combine CBN isolate with other cannabinoids to vaporize the blend. When this is done, it is to create the “entourage effect,” which is when all of the cannabinoids work together in harmony.

Benefits of CBN Isolate

CBN isolate is one of our top-selling cannabinoids. One of its biggest benefits is that it is not as potent as Delta 8 THC, so users who find Delta 8 THC to be too potent tend to gravitate towards the CBN.

CBN Isolate – Frequently Asked Questions

How Do You Use CBN Isolate?

CBN isolate can be used in several ways. The usage really depends on the type of CBN that you have. The most popular method of CBN production is vaporization. Consumers add cannabinoids like CBN, Delta 8 THC, and others into a mix to vaporize. Another method is through consumption. CBN isolate can be consumed when it is infused with an edible or softgel capsule. CBN isolate can also be infused with MCT oil to create a tincture to be consumed. CBN isolate can also be infused with a lotion so it can be absorbed topically.

Can You Dab CBN Isolate?

Yes, CBN isolate can be dabbed. Since CBN isolate is the purest form of CBN available, it is often combined with other cannabinoids like Delta 8 THC or THCO to add an additional amount of effects to the mixture.

Can You Smoke CBN Isolate Powder?

Yes, CBN can be smoked when you add it to hemp or cannabis flower.

How Is CBN Isolate Made?

CBN is a naturally occurring cannabinoid in both the cannabis and hemp plants. Unfortunately, CBN is found in less than 1% of the total cannabinoid profiles of cannabis and hemp plants. Because the natural occurrence of CBN is so rare, chemists create all of the CBN that is sold on the market synthetically in a lab. The CBN that you use on a regular basis first starts life as a hemp plant. The hemp plant is converted into CBD isolate, which is then put through a chemical process and converted into CBN.

Does CBN Isolate Get You High?

No, CBN can only enhance the effects of THC, which is responsible for the majority of the psychoactive effects in cannabis and hemp plants. On its own, CBN is said to have minor psychoactive effects when compared to CBN. CBN is actually the degraded form of THC after THC is exposed to a combination of heat and light. CBN also binds to the same receptors as THC, which is the CB1 receptor in the endocannabinoid system.

How Many MG of CBN Isolate Powder Should I Take?

Dosing CBN for a first-time consumer can be difficult to determine. We suggest using 5 mg increments and increasing the dosage as needed. Each person has an endocannabinoid system that responds to cannabinoids differently; your dosing may vary depending on cannabinoid usage.

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