Get Great Sleep While Camping with These CBN Gummies

Whether you’re a novice camper or a seasoned backpacker, you can probably relate with the struggle of tossing and turning in your sleeping bag, unable to drift to sleep. As you lie awake in your campsite, awaiting the day ahead, you may already be dreading the groggy, cranky morning creeping around the corner.

No matter what adventure the morning brings, it’s important to be able to get adequate rest the night before. If getting cozy and relaxing at the campsite or in the backcountry doesn’t come easy to you then you’re in luck. Pachamama recently launched their Sleep Well gummies to help you get to sleep and stay asleep no matter where you are. 

Tough time getting or staying asleep in your Sleeping Bag? Pachamama’s Got Your Back.

Regardless of how well we try to prepare for sleep, sometimes it just doesn’t come easily. Whether there’s some unsettling strong wind in the woods, or particularly odd shadows peering up on your rainfly keeping you up, Pachamama’s Sleep Well gummies are here to help chill you out

Oftentimes, after spending most nights throughout the year in our bedrooms, our minds aren’t quite familiar with how to deal with the types of environmental distractions that are presented when camping, so it’s likely causing the brain to be on high alert when it’s time to wind down. However, in spite of what’s going on outside, Pachamama’s developed their Sleep Well gummies with 4 key ingredients that work to relax the mind and body on the inside. 

Sleep, Wellness, and Immune Support. All In One Delicious Gummy.

Sleep Well gummies are specially formulated for a better night’s sleep with melatonin and a unique blend of hemp-derived cannabinoids, CBN and CBD. Plus Elderberry extract to support the immune system in fighting off anything you’ve come into contact with throughout the day that could lead you to getting sick. To get a better understanding of the eccentric blend of ingredients used in these gummies, let’s break it down one by one. Starting with the most obscure, the cannabinoid, CBN.


CBN stands for cannabinol. It can often be found in aged cannabis, particularly cannabis that has been exposed to a lot of oxygen. Research is still in its preliminary phases, however, studies have found CBN to be highly effective in helping people get better quality sleep. Pachamama sources their CBN from the non-psychoactive, highly therapeutic hemp plant. Now onto the better-known cannabinoid, CBD.


CBD is widely used and loved by many for the diverse range of therapeutic benefits it has to offer. The main two benefits that people are gaining from CBD today are help with pain management and, you guessed it… sleep! Pairing CBN with CBD has been shown to create an entourage effect. The theory behind the entourage effect is that when cannabinoids are taken in combination, they produce a better effect than when taken alone.


Melatonin is another widely used supplement, however, it is specifically and independently known to help people get to sleep as well as build better sleeping habits by regulating the circadian rhythm. Melatonin is naturally produced in the brain as a way to regulate the body’s natural sleep-wake cycle, so you can train your mind to wind down and become sleepy around the same time every single night. Melatonin helps ease the body into a very relaxed, sleepy state.


Elderberry has traditionally been used as a natural remedy for immune support. These little berries pack a big punch of antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals that all work in favor of the immune system. According to a study conducted in 2019 by the University of Sydney, “compounds from elderberries can directly inhibit [a] virus’s entry and replication in human cells and can help strengthen a person’s immune response to the virus.”

Are you ready to get a good night’s sleep under the stars? Our friends at Pachamama are here to help you rest peacefully so you’re energized for all your camping adventures.

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