These Are the Best Delta 9 THC Gummies for Sleep

Delta 9 for Sleep

How many hours of sleep do you need? According to the Sleep Foundation, adults should get between 7-9 hours of sleep a night. 

The number of hours we sleep varies from person to person. But, if you’re having a hard time getting enough hours, consider a different route to a healthy snooze.

THC for sleep is not a new idea, but it certainly requires more research. Luckily, with the legalization of hemp, there’s an easy way to get a legal dose of delta 9 THC to help you relax before going to bed. And everything you need comes in one cone-shaped, sugar-free gummy.  

The new full spectrum, hemp-derived delta 9 gummies are a perfectly healthy, safe solution to sleep troubles. Each bitesize gummy contains 10mg of delta 9 and is still under the 0.3 percent legal THC concentration. These sugar-free, vegan-friendly bitesize gummies have everything you need for a relaxing evening. 

Are you willing to give them a try? Let’s look at the effects and benefits of THC for sleep and where to buy the best gummies. 

First, a word on delta 9 THC

Delta 9 THC is the main active compound (cannabinoid) in cannabis, also known as traditional THC. Delta 9 is present in less than 0.3 percent in the hemp plant, which is a Farm Bill compliant concentration. 

This cannabinoid is mainly known for its intoxicating effects, which stimulate the brain and cause a high. But, delta 9 can also induce a state of relaxation and drowsiness that could help with sleep. Research shows that about half of the people who use cannabis, in the long run, use it to improve their sleep [1]. 

Does Delta 9 THC Help You Sleep

The sleep-promoting effects of delta 9 come from its interaction with cannabinoid receptors in the brain. THC typically acts as a sedative and can help the person to fall asleep easily. 

A recent study found that cannabis shortens the time it takes for people to fall asleep regardless if they’re facing sleep problems or not. THC helped participants without sleep problems fall asleep faster, by 15 minutes, while the non-sleepers fell asleep by 30 minutes.  

Cannabinoids like THC and CBD are believed to affect sleep by resetting the threshold levels of adenosine and suppress the brain’s arousal system. Delta 9 activates the CB1 receptors in the brain, which also leads to induction of sleep. The CB1 receptors are part of the body’s endocannabinoid system responsible for maintaining internal balance, including regulation of mood and sleep. 

What the research says

Lack of sleep typically comes hand in hand with other symptoms and conditions. For example, stress, chronic pain, mental disorders like post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and conditions like multiple sclerosis (MS) can cause sleepless nights. 

One study found that about 85% of the people using medical cannabis to relieve pain reported improved sleep [1]. 

As one of the most powerful cannabinoids, THC can be used to help poor sleep in some cases. One study found that this compound can help lower the number of dreams a person has per night, which is extremely helpful for individuals who have PTSD [2]. 

Post-traumatic stress syndrome is one of the most practical uses of delta 9 for sleep because it relieves nightmares, which is one of the main symptoms of this condition. This cannabinoid also increases restorative sleep and helps patients with MS to fall asleep faster and enjoy better sleep quality [3]. 

Another one is restless legs syndrome (RLS), whose symptoms can be relieved with cannabis. There’s also the combination of pain, anxiety, and insomnia that THC may help with, in combination with other cannabinoids [4].

Best Delta 9 Gummies for Sleep 

Mr. Hemp Flower presents you the newest and most innovative product on the market — legal Delta 9 Gummies. Made with clean ingredients, these hemp gummies are full spectrum and contain the optimal dosage to help you cope with lack of sleep.

Each gummy contains 10mg delta 9 THC, 7.9mg delta 8 THC, cannabidiol (CBD), cannabinol (CBN), cannabigerol (CBG), THCV, CBCA, CBC, and more. These gummies are also packed in natural terpenes and provide a low to moderate dose of THC, which is key to help you feel relaxed, sleepy, yet energized.  

Our gummies are a delicious treat with the perfect juicy and chewy texture, available in two flavors: watermelon and blue raspberry. They are designed to bring you an optimal dose of THC and CBD that you can take anywhere you go. 

How to use

If you’re just starting with THC, make sure you begin with the lowest dose possible. We recommend you take half a gummy, wait for it to work, and see how it affects your sleep. 

Gummies are the most convenient way of taking cannabinoid extracts. They are delicious, made with healthy ingredients, and provide a precise dose. You don’t have to worry about messy oil bottles, smoke from vapes or pre-rolls, or calculating the amount of concentrate you need. 

Our team has done that for you, so you can simply pop a gummy 30-45 minutes before going to bed and call it a night. 

One of the “disadvantages” of oral consumption of THC is that edibles don’t act as fast as vaping or smoking. Although you are likely to wait for them to start working, the reward is worth it, because they provide a strong and long-lasting relaxation and sedation.   

Each pack comes with a Certificate of analysis, which proves the potency levels and that we’re talking about a truly full spectrum, legal product. 

Here’s a little analysis of the main ingredients and how they individually help with sleep.   

Delta 9 THC

This cannabinoid is the main psychotropic compound that gives the high associated with cannabis use. Aside from pain relief, delta 9 also helps with nausea and has sedative effects that can make it easier for the individual to fall asleep [5]. 

Not only that, this compound appears to alter time spent in stages of sleep. It’s been found to reduce dreaming because it reduces time spent in REM sleep. But, the changes in the sleep cycle, which are vital for healthy rest, can, over the long run, deprive the person of sleep’s full restorative effects.  

Cannabidiol (CBD)

This cannabinoid doesn’t alter the state of mind, but similar to delta 9 THC, it promotes relaxation. While there’s no high with CBD, this compound is assumed to balance or counteract the THC intoxication. Some of the reasons CBD became so popular are the ability to relieve pain, reduce anxiety, and promote mental clarity [6]. 

Delta 8 THC

Delta 8 THC is one of the staples of the hemp cannabinoid industry because of its sedative effects. This molecule may be vital for the future use of hemp because it may truly help people improve sleep while providing mild effects. 

Cannabinol (CBN)

A lesser-known cannabinoid that recently gained a lot of traction due to its powerful sedative effects. Some studies show that this cannabinoid offers more powerful effects when combined with THC. 


Terpenes are the aromatic compounds found in hemp and all plant life. They appear to have a significant effect on sleep and relaxation. One of the main roles of terpenes in full spectrum products is to enhance the effects of cannabinoids. 

The two terpenes known to have sedative effects are myrcene and linalool. Linalool, in particular, is known to increase adenosine, which is a sedating hormone that helps the person sleep [7]. 

Are they legal? 

Yes, they are 100% legal. Our gummies are compliant with the 2018 Farm Bill, which legalized hemp and hemp-derived products with less than 0.3 percent delta 9. 

The trick we’ve used to make them compliant is simple. We took a larger gummy (still bitesize) and infused with the right concentration of delta 9 extract derived from hemp. Therefore, each 4g gummy contains 10mg of THC and is compliant with federal law. 

If you want to know more about the legality of these gummies, check our detailed, state-by-state legality guide

Potential side effects of delta 9 for sleep

Delta 9 can be a potent alternative for sleep aids, especially if consumed in moderate doses. Some of the side effects of using this cannabinoid for sleep include:

  • Morning grogginess
  • Dry mouth
  • Increased appetite
  • Changes in mood and sleep after extended use 
  • Anxiety
  • Nausea
  • Fatigue 

One of the issues with using THC for sleep is the frequency of use. In general, people who use cannabis daily report more sleep issues than occasional users. Surprisingly, this has been reported in young adults with no sleeping problems [8]. 

A possible explanation for it is that short-term THC use may increase the time you spend in deep sleep. On the other hand, THC decreases the amount of time spent in rapid eye movement (REM) sleep a time for dreaming, processing emotions, and new memories. An exception is people with PTSD because it decreases nightmares. 

Also, research shows that people who use cannabis, in the long run, tend to develop tolerance to its sedative effects. This combined with high THC doses can lead to unwanted side effects the following day, like impaired memory and sleepiness [9]. 

That’s why the dosage and frequency of use play a huge role in the overall effectiveness of full spectrum hemp extracts. 

Delta 9 thc for sleep

Delta 9 Gummies for Sleep — Are they effective? 

Whether THC will work for you for sleep is a highly personal thing. Studies seem promising regarding the overall effects of this compound on sleep. 

Our delta 9 gummies are crafted with much care and offer the ideal dose for a restful night’s sleep. They contain a higher amount of CBD to help relieve some of the heaviness of the THC high for more sensitive individuals. 

If you are looking to try a natural sleep remedy we highly recommend these vegan-friendly, tested gummies.

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Delta-9 THC FAQ

Yes. In moderate to low doses, delta 9 can help you relax and sleep because it has a soothing effect.

It’s really not recommended to take delta 9 every day for sleep, but you can several times a week while taking a few breaks.

If taken in high doses, delta 9 THC can cause drowsiness, sleep interruptions, inability to fall asleep during the night, dry mouth, dizziness, fatigue, anxiety, and paranoia.

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