cbd pillow

Cbd pillow

Second, I had never tried a CBD product before. I wanted to see if all the hype surrounding CBD, short for cannabidiol, was true. It’s been touted as a cure-all for seizures, chronic pain, insomnia, and anxiety. Being that it can be taken in many forms, I felt trying it in cushiony-pillow form, where all I had to do was lay on my head down and try to sleep, was the best option for me. Also, what appealed to me about the CBD Pillow in particular was the fact that unlike oil or gummies, which wear off after a few hours, the pillow continually releases microdoses of CBD throughout the night. This specifically caters to my problem, which is waking up in the middle of a night, because even as a grown adult, I have still not mastered the art of sleep.

My Review of the CBD Pillow

Finally, it was time to activate the “CBD Pillow”—or rather slip the CBD-infused pillowcase on the pillow. To be honest, I’m not sure how the pillowcase is actually infused with CBD, but I can tell you that there is nothing that will ever leak or soil your bed. There is definitely a subtle scent to the pillowcase that is a little earthy, but overall it’s pleasant. I was unbothered by the smell; however, the instructions suggest that if it bothers you, you can add an additional pillowcase on top to lessen the scent.

As a girl who’s almost-always tired, except during the designated hours I specifically allot to slumber, I’m down to try the next shortcut to dream land. Melatonin pills taste sweet, but never did the trick for me. Some light stretches before bed definitely relaxed me, but never enough that I’d be ready to drift off. And over-the-counter sleeping medications did work, but always left me feeling groggy the next morning.

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Cbd pillow

Our variety of pillows for all sleep styles and preferences is unmatched. Proprietary foams and technologies combine with the soothing benefits of CBD for a sleep experience that feels tailored to you.

According to research, CBD can cooperate with your body’s endocannabinoid system (ECS), which may help regulate physical and mental processes like stress, memory, mood, pain, appetite, and sleep. Studies suggest CBD may make your body feel like it’s producing a higher volume of your natural endocannabinoids, which could help promote a feeling of rest and relaxation.

Interactions between hemp-derived CBD and your endocannabinoid system (ECS) may also lead to better sleep. Research indicates sleep deprivation throws the ECS out of balance and increases specific endocannabinoids that occur in your body. Studies show the endocannabinoids that occur in CBD may balance the ones produced by your sleep-deprived ECS, which can encourage a more stable sleep environment.

CBD in numbers

CBD stands for cannabidiol, a natural chemical compound occurring in the cannabis plant family, which includes both hemp and marijuana. CBD is one of the hundreds of cannabinoids—plant chemical compounds—that occur in the cannabis family.

The collective market for CBD sales in the U.S. is projected to surpass $20 billion by 2024, and the global cannabis market is expected to reach $40.6 billion by 2024. Even the European market is projected to grow 400% over the next four years.

What is CBD?

Experts claim hemp-derived CBD won’t get you high due to an extremely low THC content. Hemp-derived CBD contains less than .3 percent THC, which is the psychoactive cannabinoid found in marijuana. There are different extraction techniques to get CBD from hemp, and those lead to different end products: full spectrum, broad spectrum, and isolate.

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Full spectrum hemp products have CBD and a variety of other cannabinoids in them—including THC below the legal level of .3%. Broad spectrum includes a similar variety of cannabinoids with the THC removed. Isolate is pure CBD. Our CBD pillows only include isolate in the infusion and the spritzer.