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cannabis formulated by science

Our products contain THC and CBD plus natural REM sleep boosters that work together to restore a natural balance to your sleep.

why dreamt works

THC and CBD help you increase deep sleep
but interfere with your REM sleep. 

 

White moon sleeping and snoring with Z's

The other ingredients in our formulas
— melatonin, valerian root, terpenes, GABA, L-theanine—
help to increase REM sleep.

All our products are available at these CA dispensaries and delivery services.

all-in-one pen

Our all-in-one vape pen has the fastest onset and was named ‘Best New Product’ at Weedcon 2020.

  • Approximately 45 night’s sleep (400mg)
  • Fast acting, long lasting
  • Wake up fresh the next day
  • Contains THC, CBD (2.5:1), melatonin, valerian root extract, and terpenes
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tincture

dreamt’s tincture is designed for those with ongoing sleep problems that want something discrete and easy to dose.

  • Approximately 30 night’s sleep (2oz)
  • Fast acting, long lasting
  • Sugar-free, carbohydrate-free, gluten-free
  • No refrigeration needed
  • Contains THC, CBD (2.5:1), MCT oil, sugar cane alcohol, melatonin, valerian root extract, terpenes, stevia extract and natural flavors 
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shot

dreamt’s shot is a two-night, low cost beverage that eases you to sleep after approximately 40 minutes.

  • Approximately two night’s sleep (2oz)
  • Great tasting, long lasting
  • Sugar-free, gluten-free, and low calorie
  • Refrigerate only after opening
  • Contains THC (10mg), CBD (4mg), L-theanine, GABA, valerian root and licorice root extract

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pen

frequently asked questions

How does dreamt work? Is it more effective than other vape pens? Why?

Almost all inhalable formulas in the market consist of a high ratio of THC: CBD and terpenes only. Even though the onset time of inhalable cannabinoids is 10-20 minutes which means they act very fast, the effects disappear after only 2-3 hours. For a person that has difficulty staying asleep, this is a big concern since the patient must inhale several times during the night to have a full 8 hours of sleep. Besides, the high content of THC vs CBD can produce anxiety and euphoric effects. Some formulas contain CBN, but as mentioned before this cannabinoid is much less effective than THC. While these formulations approach the sleep problem from one side we have a much broader array of effects, attacking the problem from many angles. 

  • Cannabinoids: 
    • THC will help you to feel drowsy, sleepy and catatonic (which means a significant decrease in someone’s reactivity to their environment involving stupor and motor rigidity). This is very useful for people with hyperactivity or restless legs syndrome. However, it can produce anxiety, euphoria or paranoia.
    • CBD has anxiolytic effects and, at the correct concentration, it is synergized with THC sleep-inducing properties. However, using CBD alone can be wake-promoting, which means it will keep a person relaxed but alert, which is not ideal to fall asleep. Melatonin: Serotonin is the precursor of melatonin. It is essential for sleep and is depleted in people with chronic stress. This produces low concentrations of melatonin. Therefore, melatonin must be replenished in order to initiate and complete a healthy sleep cycle. In inhalable form, its bioavailability is higher than in oral form.
  • Valerian root: Besides serotonin and melatonin, other molecules like GABA (gamma-Aminobutyric acid) a neurotransmitter that blocks impulses between nerve cells in the brain, are essential for relaxation, pain management, mood regulation, and sleep. Unfortunately, it is not clear whether GABA taken as a supplement reaches the brain in large enough quantities to have an effect. Valerian root increases the concentration of GABA naturally by inhibiting molecules that destroy GABA in our brain.
  • Terpenes: Our proprietary terpene blend has been specifically formulated to yield a broader sleep-inducing effect than any other terpene blend on the market. This is because the terpenes in our blend:
    • Make it easier to fall asleep by acting on the nervous system for enhanced relaxation and reduced anxiety. Select terpenes in our formulation have been shown to inhibit the excitement of the sympathetic nervous system (this system prepares the body for intense physical activity and is often referred to as the fight-or-flight response) so that the parasympathetic nervous system dominates (this system has almost the exact opposite effect and relaxes the body and inhibits or slows many high energy functions).  
    • Help with pain relief. Researchers have found select terpenes likley bind to the opioid receptors and are analogous to opioids, such as morphine. But in contrast to morphine, terpenes there is no tolerance and therefore no addiction. 
    • Give you a deeper sleep because they significantly decrease sleep stages 1 and 2 and significantly increase stage 4 and REM sleep. 
    • Make you feel better by stimulating the release of neurotransmitters in the brain, such as serotonin and endorphins. 
  • And of course, dreamt is the only science-backed cannabis sleep aid. Each ingredient has scientific journal-published studies behind it showing its effectiveness for sleep.

Do you use filler in your pen?

We don’t use any fillers in our pen.

We don’t use filler because some molecules used in fillers can’t be absorbed in the lungs and if they are oil-soluble they can accumulate and produce a rare condition called lipoid pneumonia. Lipoid pneumonia is a specific form of lung inflammation that develops when lipids enter the bronchial tree.

As a science-forward company motivated by improving people’s health and wellbeing through sleep management, we take our responsibility for consumer safety extremely seriously. We never use any cutting agents or harmful adulterants in the production of our products. We vet our suppliers vigorously, and work closely with some of California’s most reputable and state-of-the-art testing facilities to ensure the utmost integrity of our product and process.

What is melatonin?

Melatonin is a naturally occurring neuro-hormone found in animals, plants, and microbes. It regulates the circadian rhythms of several biological functions, including controlling the sleep-wake cycles. Melatonin is produced in the brain from serotonin. A depletion of serotonin due to stress and anxiety prevents healthy sleep by reducing the melatonin available in the brain. 

The most common method of ingesting melatonin is orally in a pill. When used orally as a sleep aid, melatonin is typically taken 60-120 minutes prior to bedtime, to allow the melatonin time to dissolve in the stomach and be absorbed into the bloodstream in order to take effect. When taken orally, melatonin has a low bioavailability as well. However, inhalation of melatonin is not subject to the low bioavailability of melatonin given orally, which suffers variable first-pass metabolism in the liver. So inhalation of melatonin gives users a predictable and effective dose that taking melatonin orally does not. Using this delivery method allows for rapid absorption of the ingredients and makes it one of the fastest-acting sleep aids available. Inhaling melatonin allows for a near-instant effect. 

For more information on melatonin, check out “dreamt’s little guide to melatonin”

Is inhaling Melatonin safe?

One of the main reasons an inhaled compound is harmful is heat-induced decomposition. This means that some substances get destroyed by heat, producing other chemicals that are toxic or irritate the respiratory tract. Additionally, some of these molecules are oil-soluble and too big to be absorbed in the lungs. So they accumulate in the lungs producing a rare condition called lipoid pneumonia. This is what happens with vitamin E acetate used as a thickening agent. 

However, this does not occur when inhaling melatonin. Melatonin is a very stable molecule, it boils at over 900 deg F. It is also water-soluble which means it will be easily absorbed in the low dose used in our formulation without accumulation. It will not cause lipoid pneumonia.

So you’re inhaling something that’s water-soluble?
You are inhaling hydrosoluble molecules all day! Air has water vapor for example and you breathe that your entire life. There is no scientific evidence that inhaling melatonin is unsafe, besides melatonin is also well dispersed and in low concentration which avoids accumulation in the lungs.

Can melatonin be vaporized?

Technically, not at the temperatures in our vape pen, however, because the majority of the formulation is THC/CBD distillate and terpenes, these ingredients are vaporized and serve as the vehicle for melatonin. 

In our formulation and any formulation, individual molecules interact with each other facilitating the transportation of compounds. Imagine a subway full of people, and each person is holding hands. Now, if 90% of people want to get out of the subway at a specific stop, they will drag along the 10% that does not want to get out. That’s what happens when THC, CBD, and terpenes are vaporized, they carry the melatonin molecules with them, even if they are not in the gas phase.

What is valerian root?

Valerian root is a plant from which extracts have been used via oral administration and inhalation to treat anxiety and insomnia. Its extract increases the levels of GABA and enhances GABA’s effect. GABA inhibits the activity of neurotransmitters that excite the brain, shortening the time to fall asleep and prolonging total sleep time. Some research has suggested that some pharmacologically active molecules in valerian root interact with the benzodiazepine receptors producing similar effects but without the addictive response.

Is inhaling Valerian Root safe?

The molecular composition of our valerian root is very similar to terpenes. Indeed some of the active ingredients in valerian are terpenoids. Additionally, it has been inhaled in traditional Chinese medicine for millennia with other terpenes for the treatment of insomnia, stress, and anxiety.  

What do I do with the vape when it’s finished?

An increasing number of dispensaries collect empty vapes and cartridges. We will be developing a solution to minimize waste and ensure the safe recycling of our pens in 2020. Sign up for our newsletter to stay in the loop.

General

frequently asked questions

Where can I find dreamt?

dreamt is currently available in dispensaries and via delivery services throughout California. Visit our store locator to find out where you can get dreamt.

Will this get me high?

In short, yes. But not too high. Our low-dose recommendations and precise ratio of THC to CBD minimizes the risk of THC-induced anxiety. dreamt is not a recreational product, and we wouldn’t recommend using it as such.

Do you test your products?

Yes. All of our batches are tested in accordance with the Bureau of Cannabis Control’s strict compliance standards. Our ingredients are tested for pesticides and sourced from some of the most reputable suppliers in the country.

Our Chief Scientific Officer also directs all operations for one of the country’s largest dedicated cannabis testing facilities and upholds the highest standards of testing from non-cannabis industries.

For lab results, visit our Lab Results page.

What is the ratio of THC:CBD?

All of our products are dosed at 5 mg THC and 2mg CBD making the THC:CBD ratio 2.5:1.

The 2.5:1 THC:CBD ratio was used because THC has muscle relaxing, drowsy, sleep-inducing effects but it can also cause intoxication and anxiety. Luckily, when combined with CBD, these effects are reduced or even eliminated. On the other hand, if CBD is taken alone, it can have wake-promoting effects. Therefore, in order for THC to be effective for sleep, it must be used with CBD.

 

Do you use CBN?

Current research does not show any significant data supporting the use of CBN as a sleep aid. Several studies show no difference in the effects on sleep in patients smoking THC alone and THC in combination with CBN. Research has also discovered that CBN can hinder the muscle-relaxing effects of THC, therefore, reducing the effectiveness of THC as a sleep aid. 

 

CBN is believed to have similar effects to THC but it is much weaker.

What terpenes do you use in your products?

Around 50% of the terpenes in our formula are found in cannabis, such as limonene, myrcene, and linalool. We also incorporate a proprietary blend of terpenes found in other plants that have been used in clinical trials as an effective method to treat insomnia via inhalation. 

Where do you source your oil from?

In order to maintain a consistent balance of our formula, we source our THC and CBD oil from a variety of organic farms throughout California. We have an extensive pipeline of approved suppliers.

What other things can I do to get a better night’s sleep?

So called “sleep hygiene” is essential to maintaining healthy transitions between night and day. From minimizing exposure to blue light (phones, laptops etc.) to maintaining an optimal temperature in your bedroom, there are many small changes that you can make to your nightly routine that will greatly improve the quality of your sleep.

Visit dreamt’s “Learn” section to read about ways to improve the quality of your sleep.

Got a question or concern about dreamt?

Contact us at info@youdreamt.com and we will get right back to you.

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