Trouble sleeping? CBD may be your answer.


Are you finding it difficult to get sleep at night? The constant tossing and turning as for some reason you just can’t get comfortable? Then suddenly you remember all the things you need to do when you wake up and before you know it you’ve been trying to sleep for an hour… If this sounds all too familiar, then maybe it is time to break the pattern and try something new. This is where CBD comes in.

People will often ask us, “Does CBD help you sleep? And if so, how does CBD help you sleep?” - CBD interacts with different receptors, proteins, and other chemicals in the brain. These interactions have been shown to have a positive impact on the bodies sleep-wake cycle, helping to reduce stress, insomnia and other sleep-related issues. And the best part is there are so many ways to incorporate it into your evening routine. 

Top 3 ways to take CBD for a better night’s sleep


Evening Tincture

Try adding a few drops of our Lady A organic evening tincture to your tea before bed. The tincture contains Chamomile extract that helps aid sleep and relaxation whilst the garden mint, and chocolate infusion adds the perfect twist of flavour to your evening nightcap.


Unwind Natural Vape Pen

The vape is the perfect solution for someone who craves a more immediate release. If you are like me and are someone who seeks instant gratification, then try taking a few puffs of the Unwind vape pen before bed and see how quickly the body and mind relax into the evening.


Natural everyday healing balm

If you struggle with restless limbs and find yourself tossing and turning, then try applying a dash of the natural CBD healing balm on the areas most affected. The balm is designed to soothe nerves and relax unwanted tensions helping to alleviate any unwanted restlessness. It also contains a blend of ginger and lemongrass essential oils which makes it smell fantastic.  

Cultivating healthy sleep is crucial as sleep enables us to navigate stressful times better in the short term, lowers our chance of developing persistent sleep problems in the longer term, and gives our immune system a boost. So, ask yourself the vital question am I really getting enough sleep? And if the answer is no, then try out some of these solutions and let us know what you think