This laboratory blend of terpenes is crafted to help sustain restful sleep as well as work to enhance the isolated cannabinoid- Cannabidiol. Myrcene is believed to increase the saturation level of CB1 receptors. Herbal insomnia remedies containing myrcene-rich ingredients can be found around the world throughout history. The popular term “couch-lock” is used to describe the euphoria provided by high Myrcene cannabis strains. Linalool, an abundant terpene found in Lavender, stimulates the production of adenosine (1) , a sedative hormone. Nerolidol’s effects on the hippocampus of mice suggest that this terpene acts as a neuroprotectant against oxidative stress as well as offer sedative effects. Terpinolene has been found to be a central nervous system depressant used to induce drowsiness and reduce tension from anxiety.
(1) Involvement of adenosine A1 and A2A receptors in (-)-linalool-induced antinociception
(2) Antioxidant effects of nerolidol in mice hippocampus