Berkeley Patients Group
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Medical & Recreational

Berkeley Patients Group

Berkeley, CA

Midnight Cherry Lights Out Sleep Gummies | 100mg THC - 100mg CBN

Strain rating:
Hybrid
THC -
CBD -
Midnight Cherry Lights Out Sleep Gummies | 100mg THC - 100mg CBN
Amount
$2350
each
Berkeley Patients Group
Preorder until 9:30am PT
|2400.5 miles away

About this product

The ultimate knockout. Providing full-body relaxation and mental calmness, Lights Out CBN Sleep gummies put you down gently and keep you asleep throughout the night. A smooth blend of cherry and dark fruit flavors, these gummies are infused with a 1:1 ratio of Heavy Hitters Ultra Extract and pure CBN. CBN, a rare cannabinoid created when THC is exposed to oxygen and light, is famous for its sedative properties. When paired with THC, CBN may provide a better night's rest. 20mg THC | 20mg CBN per piece. Gluten free. Dairy free. Nut free. Using a powerful combination of THC and CBN delivered by the velvety flavor of black cherries, Lights Out Midnight Cherry is the undisputed Heavyweight Champion of night-time confections, pummeling you with right hooks of heavy relaxation and always winning with a stunning KO. Strain Type: Indica Flavor: Sweet and velvety midnight cherry Terpene Blend: Myrcene, Caryophyllene, Humulene

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