CBD Sleep Drops with Melatonin
($116.67 per 100ml)
- 30ml bottle contains 150mg CBD and 75mg Melatonin
- The Mani Drops contribute to the reduction of time taken to fall asleep
- Allows for simple and precise dosing
Our Mani Drops are made from non-GMO and certified industrial hemp.
Melatonin contributes to the reduction of time taken to fall asleep.
Melatonin contributes to the alleviation of subjective feelings of jet lag.
- Broad Spectrum Hemp Extract
- Lecithin (Soy)
- Potassium Sorbate
- Sodium Benzoate
- Citric Acid
- Stevia Extract
- Monk Fruit Extract
Shake well before use.
For optimum results, take 1ml Mani Drops 15 minutes before sleeping. Place directly in the mouth or mix into a glass of water.
To preserve the quality of your Mani Drops, avoid contact between the dropper and your mouth.
Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.
As with any supplement, talk to a doctor before use if you are pregnant, nursing, have or suspect a medical condition or are taking any medications. Keep out of reach of children.
After opening, store in a cool, dark place and use within 2 months. This product should be protected from direct sunlight, moisture and heat.
Liposomes are microscopic containers that transport active substances, like CBD. They are made from lecithin, a molecule that occurs naturally in the body’s cells. The body therefore recognizes them as “good” substances and allows them to merge with human cells. Only here, inside the cells, is the encapsulated CBD completely released.
There’s a reason why liposomes are the latest in CBD innovation. Thanks to liposomes, CBD can be absorbed three times more effectively than with other methods.
Liposomes also deliver CBD into the body faster and promote a longer lasting effect. This means that you can take less and benefit more. Thanks to the liposomes, CBD can be absorbed three times more efficiently than with other forms of intake.
What is Melatonin?
Melatonin is a hormone involved in many of the body’s functions, but it is especially important for the sleep-wake cycle. The body’s daily rhythm influences the sleep-wake cycle and this determines the amount of melatonin produced. Melatonin levels naturally increase in the late afternoon and drop in the morning, helping you to develop a healthy and habitual sleep pattern. However, blue light from electronic devices disrupts the biosynthesis of melatonin, making a bad night’s sleep an increasingly common complaint in recent years. Taking melatonin supplements can support a longer and more restful sleep, even if the person is stressed or exposed to blue light. Nordic CBD therefore uses melatonin to shorten the sleep-latency period, allowing for the faster onset of sleep.
What is the sleep cycle?
Healthy sleep is one of the most important processes for the regeneration of both the body and the mind. When you sleep, you alternate between periods of light and deep sleep, so the frequency of brain activity also varies. During this time, the brain stores and processes what it experienced during the day and a growth hormone is secreted to reconstruct damaged tissue. These important processes occur mainly during the first two deep sleep phases, called core sleep.
What causes sleeping disorders?
Sleep disorders can have many different causes; physical, emotional or mental stress all lead to central nervous tension. Nervous excitement can keep our minds racing, chronic pain (typically more intense in the evenings) intensifies and late night screen time delays the body's own melatonin production and thus the onset of core sleep.
What are the consequences of a sleep disorder?
The consequences of irregular sleep or too little are numerous: the immune system is weakened, the physical and mental responsiveness diminishes and memory is worsened. The long-term consequences of sleep deprivation include hypertension and the associated increased risk of strokes, diabetes and heart attacks. Depression, stress and loss of libido are also often directly related to sleep disorders.
What are the effects of Melatonin?
Melatonin has a sleep-inducing effect; it is also referred to as the sleep hormone. An increasing concentration of this hormone in the blood initiates the resting phase in the body. The decreasing light intensity of the evening causes an increase in melatonin production. If the action of light is artificially prolonged, this also inhibits the production of melatonin. We feel this effect when we work long hours in front of a screen in the evening. Shift work or air travel over several time zones lead to the jetlag, i.e. the effect of delayed melatonin production.