CBD Oil Spray Sleep Support Blend

CBD Oil Spray Sleep Support Blend

After developing the CBD Oil Spray Wellness Blend, the Hemp Genix team wanted to make a greater impact on the CBD industry. They did this by using melatonin, the body’s naturally occurring hormone that helps to regulate sleep, to create a specific spray that can help improve a person’s health. This Sprayable CBD Sleep Oil is made from 99 percent CBD Oil which is the delivery vehicle for the skin absorbing oil. The oil also contains Valerian Root, GABA, and Melatonin. It has ZERO THC.

Oral absorption allows the body to use all the nutrients. These nutrients are sent directly into the blood stream, and into the cells within minutes. Oral absorption is around 90 percent effective. This is more effective than an injection which may take up to 30 minutes to reach the same levels in the blood. This spray has been scientifically proven to be effective and safe. You can get a natural sleep supported with CBD Oil, Valerian Root, GABA, and Melatonin.

CBD Oil Spray Sleep Support
CBD Oil Spray Sleep Support Blend

The Key Benefits

CBD Sleep Support Oral Spray

For the 30 to 35 percent of Americans who experience occasional insomnia and the 10 percent who suffer from chronic insomnia, according to the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, this spray can come in handy. This can also be useful for older adults who suffer from age-related insomnia which can be a secondary effect of medication and illness.

There are many reasons people have trouble sleeping. In fact, there are many causes of occasional insomnia, including late night texting or Facebooking. Which is why many people can benefit from this spray.

During the daytime, your brain’s pineal gland is inactive. At around 9 p.m. melatonin is produced which makes a person less alert and ready for bed. Melatonin remains elevated in your blood for almost 12 hours, which should be the next morning. Since light affects melatonin levels, it’s often called the “Dracula of Hormones.”

Melatonin has been available as an over-the-counter dietary supplement in American since 1994. It is a supplement because it can be found naturally in our bodies and in food. It is not a drug, according to the National Sleep Foundation.

You can find these pills in many health food stores. The dosages range from 1 to 3 milligrams. There is no recommended dosage for melatonin according to the University of Maryland Medical Center.

According to a recent 2012 National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) study, 3.1 million American adults used melatonin-based sleep aids in that month.

While Melatonin is sold everywhere, it is not likely to help with many common sleep issues, according to Dr. Emerson Wickwire, the director of the University of Maryland School of Medicine’s Insomnia Program in a Mashable article.

Dr. Wickwire says melatonin can be helpful in treating certain sleep schedule issues like jet lag or shift work by regulating the body’s circadian rhythm. The key to getting a good night’s sleep with melatonin is not the amount you take, but when you take it. Most people are doing it wrong.

While there are no deaths reported due to melatonin overdoses, taking the wrong dosage at the wrong time may cause issues. Instead of being useful, the melatonin may become an impairment, further disrupting your circadian rhythms or your body’s internal clock.

At a given time our bodies produce 0.3 milligrams of melatonin. In order to compensate for the first pass effect, the average melatonin pill contains 100 times that amount. Even when taken orally, most of the substance is metabolized by your liver before serving its purpose. A melatonin spike can make a user groggy when they wake in the morning.

With Sprayable Sleep, the melatonin absorption is gradual. It’s absorbed through the skin, then goes into the bloodstream, avoiding the digestion system. Each spray contains 0.25 milligrams of melatonin. Each bottle contains about one month’s worth of spray and sound sleep.

According to Wickwire, the scientific evidence for melatonin’s use in the treatment of insomnia is weak. However, the best results were seen with extended-release formulations. He says the sprays need to have a published study in order to be verified.

Badr confirms that in principle, the spray seems logical. Doctors agree that melatonin can help with sleep problems. However, most will tell you that a change in priorities and lifestyle is still the best solution.