- Pain. CBN is a mild painkiller and anti-inflammatory.
- Seizures. CBN is shown to be an anti-epileptic that provides a sedative effect and could help treat seizures and convulsions.
- Loss of Appetite. Appetite stimulants may be beneficial for people experiencing chemotherapy-induced nausea and appetite reduction.
- Viruses and Illnesses. Antibacterial – CBN could slow bacterial growth, making it worthwhile to treat superbugs like MRSA.
- Insomnia. CBN has sedative effects, which have been reported in some instances to be stronger than those of Valium, making it a cannabinoid of interest when it comes to replacing prescription sedatives for sleep.
In addition, CBN shows even greater promise than THC and CBD as a neuroprotectant and treatment for glaucoma.
A CBN-rich formula can lower intraocular (inner eye) pressure. CBN’s therapeutic effects for diabetes and hypertension means it acts as a possible treatment for glaucoma.