CbdFx Unwind Mushroom + CBD Drops: CBN Relax Blend
CbdFx Unwind Mushroom + CBD Drops: CBN Relax Blend

CbdFx Unwind Mushroom + CBD Drops: CBN Relax Blend

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Perfect for you if…

You want to relax and unwind at the end of the day — or if you’re dealing with high levels of stress and need calming help.
Calming: Deep broad spectrum relaxation & natural mood enhancers

Stress relief: Adaptogenic support for the mind and body

Overall wellness: CBD and maitake for improved health

Immunity: Anti-inflammatory and immune boosting

Directions for best results:

Shake well before use. Place one full dropper (1mL) under the tongue and hold for one minute before swallowing.


Hemp extract, cannabinoids, reishi, maitake, turkey tail, elderberry, vegetable glycerine, purified water, flavoring (Sicilian lemon), terpenes (chill blend), xanthan gum.


  • Available in 30mL (2000 mg CBD + 75 mg CBN) 
  • 100% organically grown hemp that’s extracted into broad spectrum CBD
  • 100% organically grown reishi, maitake, and turkey tail mushrooms
  • All-natural flavoring (Sicilian lemon)
  • Each serving contains 90mg of mushrooms

The Benefits of CBD Unwind Mushroom: Relax Blend Drops

Along with unbeatable wellness benefits, CBD also has calming properties — particularly in broad spectrum CBD, which contains all of the cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids of the hemp plant. Mushrooms can also have multiple positive effects on the body, including adaptogenic (stress relief) benefits. Our blend of CBD, mushrooms, relaxation terpenes, and antioxidant-rich elderberry gives you a boost of wellness, along with a deep, satisfying feeling of relaxation.


Broad spectrum CBD has a wonderful calming effect that relaxes the mind and body. This is due, in part, to the presence of CBN, the “ultimate relaxation cannabinoid,” in the oil. This tincture also features a proprietary blend of relaxing terpenes.


For centuries, reishi mushrooms have been taken as an adaptogenic supplement, lending stress relief to the mind and body. These mushrooms support the adrenal glands, which in turn release cortisol to help the body respond to stress.


CBD interacts with the endocannabinoid system, helping the body to maintain homeostasis in several crucial systems and organs. Likewise, maitake mushrooms have long been prized for their immunity and wellness benefits.


Like maitake mushrooms, turkey tail has also been taken for years as a boost to the immune system. This is due, in part, to polysaccharopeptide found in the turkey tail mushroom, which have powerful immune benefits.

What Are Reishi Mushrooms?

Nearly 5,000 years ago, reishi mushrooms were served to Chinese emperors and their royal families, and were referred to as “the mushroom of immortality.” Ganoderma lucidum (reishi) is considered an adaptogen and is believed to help support the adrenal glands. This, in turn, releases cortisol to help the body respond to stress. Reishi mushrooms are also a rich source for vitamins (especially vitamin D), minerals, dietary fiber, and amino acids.

What Are Maitake Mushrooms?

Maitake means “dancing mushroom” in Japanese. Grifola frondosa got this name because people in feudal Japan would dance for joy when they found these valuable mushrooms. The reason maitake mushrooms were considered to be so valuable is because of their beneficial immunity and wellness properties. Among the nutrients in this delicious mushroom are vitamins B and C, potassium, copper and other minerals, amino acids, beta-glucans, fiber, and healthful antioxidants.

What Are Turkey Tail Mushrooms?

Trametes versicolor is better known as turkey tail, not because it’s necessarily a Thanksgiving tradition, but more for its colorful, fan-like structure. Turkey tail mushrooms are well known for their beneficial immune properties. Turkey tail contains two different polysaccharopeptides, which have powerful benefits for the immune system. Turkey tail mushrooms are also stuffed with antioxidants and other beneficial compounds, plus vitamins B3 and D.


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