People have a somewhat complicated relationship with sleep – we crave more, don’t get enough, sometimes even get too much. We snore, toss and turn and always seem to be struggling with getting what’s known as ‘a good night’s sleep’. When you include CBD into this conversation, the question on everyone’s minds is what does CBD do when it comes to affecting your sleep?
The first thing to consider about CBD is it has a diverse array of effects depending on the person who uses it. The concept of neurodivergence means that as a nervous system stimulator, CBD will affect people differently. The endocannabinoid system it interacts with is quite unique from person to person – CBD might for example have different effects on someone with ADHD, or someone with a central nervous system disorder such as Fibromyalgia
Sativa Investments (NEX:SATI) is the UK’s first medicinal cannabis investment vehicle. After investing in two North American businesses, it is now progressing a UK seed to consumer investment strategy with 100% ownership of businesses involved in the production, testing and compliance, research & development including pharmacology, commercialisation and sales & marketing of medicinal cannabis and cannabidiol products. Two UK businesses, George Botanicals and PhytoVista Laboratories, are already fully operational.