WARNING: Wild Berry CBD Gummies work FAST. Take one gummy 20 minutes before lights-out and be ready to konk out¹
After we introduced Green Lotus™ Strawberry CBD Gummies, the response was clear: Make something this tasty and vegan and organic — just add melatonin. We had no choice but to abide.
Our new Wild Berry CBD gummies come just as fresh, tasty and pure. All we did was add melatonin and sample some of the wildest, freshest berries on the earth for a new vegan CBD gummy you’ll love.
These, our friends, are for you.
Wild Berry CBD Gummies: Sleepier, Cleaner & Delicious-er
If you’re in a hurry, here’s the short version:
- 10 mg of CBD, 3 mg of Melatonin (per gummy)
- Vegan, Kosher & Gluten Free.
- 100% Organic & Third party lab tested for purity
- Raw, Natural Sweetness from real wild berries.
Wild Berry CBD Gummies are available in:
Ready to snooze hard and taste all that is pure and pristine in a Melatonin + CBD gummy? Order a six-count Wild Berry CBD Gummy with free shipping and free returns at our online store.
Now, let’s talk about wild berries and why our new gummies taste better than ever.
CBD Gummies Made Sun Sweet & Rain Fresh
“Why are Wild Berry CBD Gummies so delicious?” you might ask. Great question.
Wild berries live free. Across diverse climates and geographies, wild berries grow, thrive and ripen without pampering or coaxing or crop scheduling. These berries are nature: raw, pristine and untameable.
For our Wild Berry CBD Gummies, we selected and blended the flavor of three species of wild berries: the cloudberry, the huckleberry and the mulberry.
Natural terpenes from all three wild berries were extracted and infused into each CBD gummy: the sunny sweetness of grasslands, the wild tart of mountain slopes and the refreshing purity of boreal forests.
So, Wild Berry CBD Gummies taste great. But how, exactly, do they help you sleep?
Melatonin: What It Is & How it Works
Good sleep makes you happier, healthier and more productive. The question is, where does melatonin fit in, and how does it work?
Melatonin: The “Sleep Hormone”
Melatonin is a naturally-produced hormone that regulates sleep and wake patterns — more commonly known as our body’s circadian rhythm or internal clock.²
At night, the brain releases melatonin. Blood pressure decreases. Body temperature cools. Our body gets the message: “It’s time to sleep.”
Melatonin is pretty simple. It lets your body know when it’s time to sleep.
Low Melatonin? Get More Natural Light & Less Artificial Light.
There’s one issue: light, or more specifically, artificial light.
Melatonin is released through a set of complex chemical reactions that start with your eyes and what they perceive as night (dark) and day (light).
- When your eyes sense that it’s dark outside, melatonin releases.
- When your eyes sense that it’s light outside, less melatonin is released.
Artificial light is bad for sleep.
Artificial light tricks your eyes into believing that it’s light outside; your eyes send the wrong message to your brain; your brain misses the cue to release melatonin; and you’re left holding the bill.
So, artificial light is bad for sleep.³ But from where does this evil force come?
Get Off the Phone!
Blue light is the worst type of artificial light, and it comes from computers, tablets and phones. Science supports this claim,⁴ but we have something else to add.
Not only is the light blue, but it’s filled with people and their opinions and things that make you feel worried or stressed or inadequate. No private jet to Maui to paddle board? No worries. Float the river. Wash your dog. Fly a kite. Make some cookies.
We support you.
CBD Gummies & A Secret Technique to Relax and Sleep
Even though our Wild Berry CBD Gummies give you a lot of the melatonin you need to make up the difference from the blue light, stress and sleep schedule changes, we’ll leave you with an ultra-secret technique.
It takes two minutes and cannot be found anywhere but here. Trust us, this works. It’s called “Dragon’s Breath”.
- Lie on your back and relax.
- Imagine a vice.
- Tense your forehead, as if stuck in a vice.
- Tense your brow, jaw and neck. Keep it there.
- Move the tension to your shoulders, down to your elbows, and into your wrists and fingers.
- Tense you back, chest, lower back and abdominals.
- Hold the tension and add tension to your hips and legs, to your calves and finally to your ankles, feet and toes.
- Hold all the tension for ten seconds.
- Breathe deeply down the length of your spine and let your breath feel like warming fire.
Until next time,
Your friends @ Green Lotus Hemp
Recommendations are based on an average “Fall Asleep Time” taken from an informal survey of twenty Green Lotus employees, friends and family.
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Lack of exposure to natural light in the workspace is associated with physiological, sleep and depressive symptoms. Chronobiology International. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25424517 (2015, accessed April 29, 2020).
Correction to: The effect of a blue enriched white light on salivary antioxidant capacity and melatonin among night shift workers: a field study. Annals of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. https://aoemj.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s40557-018-0280-6 (1970, accessed May 6, 2020).