Indulge in the benefits of full-spectrum, Cannabis derived CBD with OM’s CBD Elixir—a tincture of coconut oil and sun grown ACDC Cannabis is rich in Cannabinoids and light in color and flavor. Each 1ML dropperful is 5MG of activated CBD.
Ingredients: MCT Coconut Oil, Sun-Grown CBD Cannabis Flowers, Cannabis Concentrate
Each 1ml dropper is 5mg of THC, so I recommend beginning with just half (2.5mg) when you’re first starting to try it. You can titrate up by the half-milligram as needed every few nights or so until you find your MED (minimum effective dose). It’s pretty gentle but effective.
I’m luckily a pretty good sleeper, but when I have a lot on my mind, I’m stressin’ about something, or trying to sleep the night before a trip, I’m happy to have Om Edibles Nighttime Elixir waiting in the wings on my bedside table. It’s yet another beautifully made and award-winning product from Maya Elisabeth, an East Bay–based OG goddess who has brought us fab things like her CBD raw sipping cacao and mineral bath soaks through her company, Om Edibles, which she founded in 2008.
You can also drop the elixir into a drink, from hot to cold to sparkling, but the onset will take longer. Upset tummy? Give this a try. And you can use it topically! Try rubbing in a few drops on your temples, and use it as a face oil. (You won’t get high from topical use, but your skin will thank you.)
How I like to use Om Edibles Nighttime Elixir
Visit omedibles.org for more info and this direct link on Sava to purchase the Nighttime Elixir.
I personally take close to a full dropper (4–5mg), and let it sit under my tongue until it naturally dissipates for maximum absorption under the tongue—it takes a few minutes. It tastes so pretty that I enjoy the experience—it’s like aromatherapy in your mouth. This pleasant-tasting formulation is great for people who don’t love the natural/weedy taste of some other tinctures.
Maya sources the full-spectrum cannabis from Island Mountain Organics in Humboldt, which is full-sun grown, and the farm follows biodynamic and organic practices (even though they can’t be certified organic).