Cannabinol (CBN) is a cannabinoid found in the cannabis sativa plant. It can also be produced synthetically. CBN forms when THC degrades due to exposure to heat, air and/or light. “This is why higher levels of CBN can be found in aged, dry cannabis,” says Eric Adams, CEO, president and director of InMed Pharmaceuticals, a manufacturer and developer of rare cannabinoids. However, CBN isn’t known to cause the intoxicating psychoactive effects associated with THC.


Delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol, or Delta-9 THC, is a psychoactive substance in the Cannabis sativa L (hemp) plant. Delta-9 THC is one of 113 known cannabinoids produced naturally by the cannabis plant. Its popularity has grown due to the claims of many users who experience a wide range of benefits, including uplifted feelings, better rest and relaxation, and increased focus and clarity.


When it comes to consuming edibles, start with a low dosage. Edibles can have a delayed onset and produce stronger and longer-lasting effects, so It's always better to gradually increase the dosage (if needed) after allowing sufficient time for the effects to manifest. Remember, the potency of edibles can vary widely, so it's essential to read the product packaging for information on THC or CBD content and serving sizes.

*It should be noted that scientific research regarding CBN and Delta 9 THC is still ongoing and inconclusive. CBN is legal according to Illinois state law as it defers federal law, which makes CBN and Delta 9 THC explicitly legal. Our products use hemp-derived oils and contain less than 0.3% delta-9 THC on a dry-weight basis.