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Choosing between
CBD - CBG - CBN

Which cannabinoid is right for you? Well, it depends…

CBD, CBG, and CBN are all cannabinoids within the hemp plant. But when consumed, their effects differ. CBN is great to use for sleep as it calms the body down and have a sedative effect. CBD usually has a calming effect as well while CBG can have more of a lively effect. So if you always get tired when you take CBD, try taking our 1:1 ratio CBG:CBD tincture to keep you balanced and enhanced the effects of both CBD and CBG.  Learn how to differentiate between CBD vs. CBG vs. CBN below.

 

CBD

Daytime or Nighttime use.  This is a great starting out tincture for those that is new to CBD.  

  • Aches and pains
  • Inflammatory conditions including arthritis
  • Anxiety and panic disorders
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Seizures and convulsive disorders
  • Treat skin conditions including acne, rashes, and eczema
  • learn more about CBD

CBG

Best for daytime use. Our 1:1 CBG:CBD ratio take all the benefits of CBD and enhanced it with the power of CBG:
 
  • Mood enhancement
  • Pain management
  • Inflammation
  • Slows bacterial growth
  • Treats skin conditions including acne, rashes, and eczema
  • learn more about CBG

CBN

Best for nighttime use.  Most people don’t feel the effect of CBN when taken by itself.  It is best to use with CBD and thus our 1:1 CBN:CBD tincture was formulated to take advantage of the synergistic effects of CBN and CBD.
 
  • Sleep inducer
  • Stimulates Appetite
  • Heals bones
  • Fights Epilepsy
  • Inflammation and pain

THC-Free

If you do not want to take any THC or subject to drug test, check out our line of THC-Free products. We use broad spectrum CBD/CBG in our THC-Free so you still can get that “entourage effect”.

 

Final Thoughts

At Be Free, we believe in the whole plant and synergistic effect and thus recommend full spectrum products and products with multiple cannabinoids like our 1:1 ratio CBG:CBD tincture or our CBN:CBD tincture to maximize the benefits and efficacy. [What is Full Spectrum vs Broad Spectrum vs Isolate?

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