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About Ned’s Hemp
At Ned, we source all of our hemp from a USDA-certified organic, 8-acre farm in Paonia, Colorado. Jonathan, our farmer, tends to the land with his family using regenerative practices that leave the land richer in nutrients than the year before.
About Full Spectrum Hemp Oil
Unlike many hemp products on the market, Ned uses full-spectrum hemp oil versus CBD isolate. Full-spectrum hemp oil includes all of the healing bioactive compounds found in hemp instead of just one. When all these compounds are consumed together, they enhance each other's desired effects, creating what researchers call the entourage effect.
Full-spectrum hemp oil activates your endocannabinoid system and your endocrine system, which work together to regulate sleep, stress, chronic pain, recovery, hormonal balance, and more!
About Creating Your Ned Routine
Ned products are designed to support and enhance each other, so based on what aspect of your health you’re looking to improve, there’s a dream team of Ned products to help get you there.
There are many ways your body can absorb full-spectrum hemp oil, the most effective of which is taking it sublingually, or holding it under your tongue for 30-60 seconds. If you don’t like the taste or smell of hemp oil, it can also be ingested as a gel cap, preferably with food. For localized pain like muscle aches or strains, it can be applied topically on the skin as well.
About Natural Sleep Remedies
Unfortunately, 90% of American adults don’t get enough sleep. While many turn to pharmaceutical sleeps aids, these intense drugs can also come with many undesired side effects. Natural remedies like magnesium and full-spectrum hemp have shown promise as natural alternatives.
Magnesium is the 4th most abundant essential mineral found in the human body. It plays a role in over 300 essential functions of the body such as those involved in DNA and RNA formation, sleep, immunity, energy production, and most other processes in the human body. Despite its importance, data suggests that as many as 75% of Americans are not consuming enough of it. Magnesium deficiency is linked to a variety of negative health outcomes including depression, migraines, poor sleep, weakness, high blood pressure, and heart disease.