Fire Wholesale 15 Gummy Pack 450mg Total MG.

I usually prefer not to review edibles because you can’t trust the label except from a small amount of brands but I chose this brand because it’s been magical.  My wholesaler gave me advice to try this brand based on the public feedback from some of his retail customers.

Normally, as you may have seen, I buy and review high high milligram CBD products but in this case, 30mg per gummy of high quality CBD oil (not isolate) had me sleeping amazingly for 2 weeks now.

Not only am I sleeping my goal of 7 hours but I’m dreaming such vivid lucid-like dreams.  Yes, I still take valerian root every night but half as much as I used to.  I tried 2 gummies the first night and woke up over 8 hours later without a single wakeup during the middle of the night.  So the next night I took 1 30mg gummy and slept my goal to the minute almost.  I very subtly fell asleep but when I woke up I realized that I was in the same position as when I fell asleep.  No tossing and turning trying to get to sleep, just pure sleep.

I tried one during the day this week after I fell on the ice because it works so well on my neck that during the day it didn’t knock me out. I was able to work through the pain as the pain was diminished by the gummy.

My cost on this item was 14 dollars USD so you can expect to pay anywhere from 15 to 30 dollars for a pack of 15 gummies.  If taken once a night you will only need to buy two packages a month to get great sleep plus all the other benefits CBD offers you.

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Great brand for full spectrum high dose CBD gummies. 450mg in 14 gummies at my cost which was 8 bucks from my wholesaler. After a week I can say they work faster and better than tinctures but slower than vaping high dose full spectrum CBD. The normal price of this product is probably between 15 and 30 dollars. For most people, half of a gummie is sufficient at night. For my insomnia, I take 1 tincture. 2 gummies, constant vaping until I pass out asleep, 8 valerian capsules and 3 magnesium pills. I think that's enough to knock a 300lber asleep for 2 days. I'm lucky to get 6 hours. .. .. #cbd#cbdoil#vapecbd#fullspectrumcbd#cbdgummies#smokecbd#cbdflower#valerian#magnesium#canazil#fullspectrumelitecbd#cbdblogger#nothc#justcbd

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CBD Edibles and Insomnia – Dosing Values

Recently my insomnia has reached a peak to the point where I was getting 30 minutes to two hours of sleep a night. Having a sleep disorder can be debilitating to many in this world we live in and shouldn’t be part of our day to day lives.

When I first started talking CBD I figured it would help squash my insomnia until reality set in and it was doing nothing for it. Then I read something interesting recently. CBD in regular quantities will have an effect which will make you alert and awake while in greater quantities will have the opposite effect of sleepiness.

Every AM and PM I take 1 full tincture from my 1500mg bottle. This was not doing anything towards my insomnia at all but it did shut my brain up for a significant amount of time at night.

Two days ago I bought a 1000mg total jar of edible CBD gummies, the sour flat strips because my CBD guy said someone who weighs 250lbs buys one jar every 3 months because he cuts them in half due to the fact that they knock him out quickly and for the entire night.

Since I have a sleeping disorder and not just insomnia I figured that for me one entire strip would work for me. In total, one strip is 30mg of CBD. The first night I skipped the tincture and took one strip instead. I fell asleep at 11 and woke up at 4. Not bad for someone like me. The next night I returned to taking the tincture and one strip and slept from 11 to 7 without any walking up in the middle of the night. Again, excess CBD has the effect of sleepiness versus alertness and in this example proved to me that this but of information was correct for me at least.

The jar of edibles is made by “Just CBD” and comes in various strengths and kinds of gummies and the full spectrum CBD oil I use lately is Tanazil which I wholesale locally to retail stores. I highly suggest both brands for everything you use CBD for and remember that the dose of CBD matters with regards to normal versus extra CBD and the effect it will have on you.

During the weekend I like to catch up on sleep until 2-3pm and today I woke up at 7:30am, took another gummy and a tincture and went back to bed sleeping another 5 hours. At this rate my sleep debt will be caught up to normal eventually, faster as opposed to never, and I’m happy with that.

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10 Tips for Better Sleep with CBD

It is official: The center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has declared sleep to be a “public health epidemic”. A recent survey by Consumer Reports found that over two thirds of people struggle to enjoy a good night’s sleep at least once each week. Even worse, roughly 30% of respondents reported difficulty falling or staying asleep the majority of each week. If you are among the growing number of Americans who battle sleep problems, do not despair. There are many simple measures you can take to rest more soundly. Below are ten tips to help you get a good night’s sleep.

CBD for Sleep: Get a Better Night’s Rest with These 10 Tips

1) Establish a nightly routine

A relaxing, routine activity right before bedtime conducted away from bright lights helps separate your sleep time from activities that can cause excitement, stress or anxiety which can make it more difficult to fall asleep, get sound and deep sleep or remain asleep.”

The National Sleep Foundation

Establishing a regular nightly bedtime routine is one of the best ways to help you fall asleep and stay asleep. By resolving to stick to the same schedule and routine each night – even on the weekends – you can help to regulate your body’s clock and feel sleepy faster.

2) Invest in a comfortable mattress and bedding

Mattresses and pillows are not designed to last forever. They are manufactured with a specific life expectancy and it is up to you as a consumer to periodically replace worn or aging mattresses and pillows. Most mattresses are designed to last approximately 7 to 10 years, though some brands are constructed to last longer. In general, the mattresses that are the longest lasting and most durable are manufactured with latex or memory foam.

3) Turn down your thermostat

“The ideal sleeping temperature falls anywhere between 60 and 67 degrees Fahrenheit, and as you sleep your body temperature lowers naturally. Introducing your body to a cooler environment helps stimulate sleep and allows you to cycle naturally though the sleep stages.”

Frank Apodaca, The Sleep Judge

Creating a cooler environment is one of the best ways to promote sound sleep. Experts recommend that you keep your thermostat between 60 and 67 degrees Fahrenheit to help your body progress through each key stage of sleep. In addition to enjoying a better night of sleep, you can also enjoy significant cost savings on your utilities.

4) Eat sleep-inducing foods

Dietary changes can have a significant impact on the quality of your sleep. Foods that include tryptophan, potassium, and carbohydrates are typically good choices – especially if you are seeking a pre-bedtime snack. Here is a short list of foods that can help you enjoy better sleep:

  • Turkey
  • Bananas
  • Kiwi
  • Yogurt
  • Hummus
  • Almonds
  • Milk
  • Figs

“Figs pack potassium, magnesium, calcium, and iron. These minerals help with blood flow and muscle contraction, which are key for falling asleep.”

Jaclyn London, MS, RD, CDN, Nutrition Director at the Good Housekeeping Institute

5) Limit your use of caffeine before bed

Sometimes the foods you do not consume are just as important as those you do consume. Caffeine is a powerful stimulant found in coffee, soft drinks, and iced tea. Consuming caffeine prior to bedtime can leave you wide awake right around the time you should be winding down for the evening. Additionally, caffeine stimulates bladder activity, which can interrupt an otherwise peaceful night’s sleep with repeated trips to the bathroom. If you are searching for a sleep-inducing beverage before bedtime, consider an herbal tea or a glass of warm milk.

6) Introduce CBD to your evening routine

Researchers have found that CBD helps to improve sleep quality and reduce insomnia. Specifically, supplementing the endocannabinoid system helps regulate sleep stability and promotes overall health. There are many types of CBD supplements, including hemp oil, CBD topicals, capsules, and vapes. One of the best CBD products to consume before bed is CBD Gummies, which offer just the right combination of sweetness and sleep-inducing CBD. Available in convenient 30-count bottles, CBD Gummies offer a tasty way to help you drift off to sleep.

7) Invest in a sound machine

A sound machine can help mask noise disruption and create a calm, soothing environment. Most sound machines offer you a variety of peaceful sounds that can help you peacefully drift off to sleep after a long day of activity. Popular sound choices include rainfall, white noise, ocean waves, and rainforest activity. Sound machines are available in stationary and portable models, and are growing in popularity among frequent travelers who battle sleep deprivation on a regular basis.

8) Resist the urge to take a long nap

“A short nap is usually recommended (20-30 minutes) for short-term alertness. This type of nap provides significant benefit for improved alertness and performance without leaving you feeling groggy or interfering with nighttime sleep.”

The Sleep Foundation

While a 15-minute power nap might not interfere with a sound night’s sleep, naps that last an hour or longer can hinder your sleep routine and your ability to fall asleep quickly at night. If you are overcome by sleepiness during the middle of the day, do your best not to nap for longer than 30 minutes.

9) Avoid self-medicating

Some people attempt to regulate their sleep by depending on sleeping pills, alcohol, or other substances. While it can be tempting to try to combat insomnia with a pill or a few of your favorite cocktails, you may end up doing more harm than good to your sleeping routine. In addition to fostering substance dependence, self-medicating may end up complicating your sleeping habits and can prove to be dangerous.

10) Know when to seek professional help

While most people will be able to improve their sleep quality by following the tips above, some situations require the guidance of a medical professional. If you are unable to improve your sleep in spite of making adjustments to your daily life, you may wish to discuss your situation with your primary care provider or a sleep specialist. A trained professional will be able to evaluate your health and sleep habits and provide professional recommendations to help you sleep better.

The Bottom Line About CBD for Sleep

Enjoying a good night’s sleep is not as easy as it sounds for some people. Fortunately, there are many measures you can take to improve the duration and quality of your sleep. By following the tips above, you can prime minimize distractions and prime your body for a peaceful night of rest. To add CBD and it’s many different products to your sleep routine click ahead on the link for the CBDistillery.

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New Dose of CBD and Insomnia

I started taking 2500mg CBD recently (the past month) mainly to squash this insomnia that no drug is helping).  It used to be that the Marijuana I smoked before bed would keep me asleep but since I’m in pain management, we get drug tested every 30 days as per NYS/DEA mandate for those on opiates so I had to stop.  It was one of those “do I want to be in pain management or be in pain but able to sleep” quandaries.  I chose pain management and it took about a month to get THC psychologically out of my system.

Now that I’ve been clean of marijuana for 11 months, my sleep has really gotten bad.  I’ve tried many different things to help insomnia:

  • Valerian Root sleep complex
  • Kava Kava
  • CBD
  • Lavender Essential Oils
  • Sleep related essential oils
  • Sleep meds like Rozeram and Lunesta
  • Remeron (tricyclic anti-depressant)

All have been unsuccessful,  The only thing that has kept me from losing it is CBD.  At my old dose of 1500mg, It was helping somewhat.

It’s now been 2 weeks on 2500mg of CBD and boy have many things changes.  First I can sleep longer than 6 hours without waking up during the middle of the night and not being able to fall back asleep.  According to my sleep tracker (the Fitbit Charge 2) I spend more time in deep sleep and REM than before.  I wake up more refreshed like I actually slept versus waking up and feeling like death is still looming.

Once again, throughout all I’ve written on CBD, why do you still doubt it’s successful nature?

 

Be Well.

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