Engineered for maximum convenience and absorption.
Engage your endocannabinoid system!
Our lozenges take bioavailability to a whole new level, and start working immediately upon digestion. Tasty and convenient for your busy schedule.
Available in two varieties:
Sleepy CBN Lozenges – pure cannabinol for easy & peaceful relaxation.
Immunity Full-Spectrum CBD Lozenges for a natural immune system boost with whole-plant entourage effect.
Bioavailability to the max
Earthy Now Lozenges start working fast in a super convenient form factor!
Immunity Full-Spectrum Lozenges
Full-Spectrum CBD | 30mg per Lozenge
Give your immune system a helping hand with Earthy Now Immunity Full Spectrum CBD Lozenges. Crafted with 30mg of Full Spectrum CBD plus Elderberry, Zinc, Vitamins A, C and D and MCT. Our Immunity Lozenges are packed full of goodness. Cherry Flavor.
Sleepy CBN Lozenges
CBN Isolate | 10mg per Lozenge
Earthy Now Sleepy CBN Lozenges are made with CBN (cannabinol), a cannabinoid found in the cannabis plant. Sleepy CBN is quickly garnering recognition around the globe for its easygoing & calming effects.
THC Free. Grape Flavor.
What is CBD?
Cannabidiol (CBD) is a natural substance that is practically causing a revolution in self care and medicine. It’s changing how people think about high-CBD, low-THC cannabis and hemp-derived products, and cannabis itself. Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of many cannabinoids. Cannabinoids are chemical compounds of cannabis that have an effect on the human body when the plant is consumed.
The cannabis plant has around 540 chemical substances, and over 100 are cannabinoids. CBD was discovered in 1940 and is one of hundreds of identified cannabinoids in the plant. It is often the most prevalent compound in cannabis. Learn more in the Guide to CBD.
What is CBN?
Cannabinol (CBN) is a cannabinoid found in low concentration in the cannabis plant. As cannabis ages, THCa in the plant converts to cannabolic acid (CBNa), and when decarboxylated by air, heat or light, converts to CBN.
CBN is considered to have natural calming effects. Learn more in the Guide to CBG and CBN.
Cannabinoids from hemp are federally legal under the US Farm Bills.
The 2014 Farm Bill removed industrial hemp from the list of Schedule 1 substances and was the seed of hemp’s resurgence. The Bill made it federally legal and allowed long-forbidden research into hemp-derived cannabinoids to begin in earnest.
The 2018 Farm Bill expanded on this, making it clear to legal experts that all other plant materials and substances derived from legally-defined hemp are also federally-compliant.
The Farm Bills define hemp as “Hemp.–The term `hemp’ means the plant Cannabis sativa L. and any part of that plant, including the seeds thereof and all derivatives, extracts, cannabinoids, isomers, acids, salts, and salts of isomers, whether growing or not, with a delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol concentration of not more than 0.3 percent on a dry weight basis.”
Full-spectrum entourage effect
Full-spectrum CBD contains parts of the entire cannabis plant, including trace amounts of minor cannabinoids like CBDV, CBG, CBC, CBDA, CBGA, THCA and THCV, and more. When a person uses full-spectrum CBD, they get the benefits of all of the parts of the plant working together naturally to create what’s known as the “entourage effect.”
Frequently Asked Questions
How do you use CBD lozenges?
For best results, lozenges should be enjoyed by dissolving them fully in your mouth.
How does CBD make you feel?
High CBD, low THC cannabis can support a range of effects from alertness & energy to calm & relaxation. The strength of the effects on a particular person will be different depending on a few things: the dosage level, body weight, food or other substances in the system, personal body chemistry, and experience level with cannabis products.
Will CBD products show up in a drug test?
There is a risk of failing a drug test. It depends on the type of CBD product one is using. Drug tests for marijuana generally identify THC or its metabolites. Although tests do not screen for CBD, full-spectrum CBD products contain low quantities of THC that can make a person fail a drug test. If you anticipate taking a drug test, we suggest checking with your employer or test administrator for clarity prior to taking full-spectrum CBD products.
How do I know how much is the correct dosage?
While our products have a suggested dosage listed on each package, the strength of the effects on a particular person will be different depending on a few things: the dosage level, body weight, food or other substances in the system, personal body chemistry, and experience level with cannabis products.
Generally speaking, it is recommended that you start with the lowest dose and gradually increase it until you reach satisfactory results. Consult your healthcare provider with specific questions about using any therapeutic products.