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Dawn CBD/THCV 300mg

Dawn is a first-of-its-kind formualtion of cannabinoids and terpenes engineered to help you face the day. Sourced from the highest quality GMO and pesticide-free hemp, each 1-ounce bottle contains 300 mg of full spectrum CBD, high levels of THCV, and an energizing terpene blend of Eucalyptol, Pinene, Limonene, and B-Caryophyllene.

OK, I’m intrigued. But do you lab test your products?

Dawn is tested for potency, contaminants, and quality three times before being packaged and shipped to you, and is both 3rd-party and batch tested. Every bottle of Dawn comes stamped with a unique lot number which you can use to look up the test results of your specific batch. If you're curious, our most recent lot number is 20W3334, and you can find the COA for that here.

How do I use Dawn?

Squeeze a full dropper of Dawn under your tongue and hold it for 30-60 seconds before swallowing. If you want to take more, take more. If you want to take less, that’s fine, too. Everybody (and every body) is different.

What should I expect?

How and when you see the benefits of taking Dawn depends on a number of factors, including how fast your metabolism works and how much you weigh. Most people will feel a difference within a day or two of beginning a morning regimen, but for others it may take up to two weeks, so please be patient (and consistent).

Will this get me high?

No. Neither CBD nor THCV (nor terpenes, for that matter) will get you high. That said, please be mindful that full spectrum CBD products can trigger false positives for drug tests. If that is a concern, please feel free to email us at hi@gossamer.co for more information on that.

Great, that’s good to know. But what are CBD and THCV?

CBD and THCV are cannabinoids. All humans (and all vertebrates, actually) have what is called an endocannabinoid system (or ECS, for short.) Your ECS is made up of receptors found throughout your body—in places like your brain, spinal cord, and digestive system, among others—which help keep your internal systems in balance. (Science calls this “homeostasis.”) These receptors respond to cannabinoids—both ”endogenous” ones that humans produce and “exogenous” ones that we get from greenery, like, say, cannabis.

Got it. CBD is a cannabinoid. But what does it do?

Unlike THC, CBD is non-intoxicating (read: it won’t get you high). CBD also operates a little differently. Instead of binding directly to your ECS receptors, it merely stimulates them, which in turn impacts how other cannabinoids bind to those receptors—and how your body reacts to them. Preliminary research shows CBD is effective in modulating pain and decreasing anxiety, both of which go a long way toward some of CBD’s other benefits. It’s also a potent anti-inflammatory.

What about THCV?

THCV is a cannabis-derived naturally occurring compound. Like all cannabinoids, there needs to be a lot more research into THCV, but it has been found to promote energetic and alert feelings, as well as decrease anxiety, especially around panic attacks. Rodent studies, general cannabis studies, and anecdotal evidence have shown that THCV can increase metabolism, decrease appetite, and boost satiety, so we caution those who may already have difficulty eating to be mindful of these potential effects.

I've heard people talk about the "entourage effect." What is it?

The “entourage effect” is when cannabinoids work in concert to increase their therapeutic benefits and effects. Think of it as the cannabinoid version of “it takes a village.” It’s also why we recommend full spectrum products (not just ours) over isolate ones.

Why a tincture?

The most efficient way to take CBD is sublingually. But this doesn’t mean just taking a dropperful and swallowing it. As we say in our directions, you should hold it under your tongue for at least 30 seconds (and ideally 60) for maximum absorption, and then swallow. Ingesting CBD directly (in food or drink) means processing it through your liver, and you lose up to 70% of the active cannabinoids that way (and put an unnecessary tax on your liver).