Formulated on the backbone of classic calming principles

Passionflower and lavender have been used as naturopathic calming products for centuries. Aceso Calm takes their benefits up a notch by combining hemp, with naturally occurring cannabinoids, with the terpenes linalool (from lavender) and limonene (from grapefruit), to create a fast-acting, non-sedative relaxation formula.*  Each spray bottle contains 335mg of cannabinoids while each 30-pack of sachets contains 225mg of cannabinoids.

 

CALM

Designed to ease tension and relieve the mind from daily stresses*

Aceso pairs our proprietary cannabinoid blend with key terpenes to increase the efficacy of the formulation. With hints of grapefruit and lavender, Aceso Calm provides cannabinoid benefits that are enhanced with stress reducing vitamins and the easing enzyme CoQ10.*

Lavender & grapefruit promote relaxation

Commonly used in ancient remedies and aromatherapy, the terpenes limonene and linalool promote the entourage effect when combined with cannabinoids. All are naturally occurring in the hemp plant, but we’ve also added limonene-rich grapefruit extract and linalool-rich lavender to supercharge Aceso Calm’s overall terpene ratios.

 

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Passionflower naturally eases stress*

Passionflower contains specific compounds called flavonoids which are chemically similar to terpenes. Some evidence suggests that chrysin and benzoflavone—the primary flavonoids in passionflower—are responsible for decreasing anxiousness by inhibiting GABA neurotransmitters that control excitability in the brain*. Both the research behind passionflower and its tea tree notes make it the perfect ingredient for rounding out our natural stress-relieving complex.*

 

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
These findings suggest that acute administration of the limonene epoxide exerts an anxiolytic-like effect.
Amanda C. de Almeida, A. et al.
Evaluation of acute toxicity of a natural compound (+)-limonene epoxide and its anxiolytic-like action. 2012.
Overall, it seems reasonable to argue that the modulation of glutamate and GABA neurotransmitter systems are likely to be the critical mechanism responsible for the sedative, anxiolytic and anticonvulsant properties of linalool and EOs containing linalool in significant proportions.
Russo, E. Taming
THC: potential cannabis synergy and phytocannabinoid-terpenoid entourage effects. 2011.
Together, the results from laboratory animals, healthy volunteers, and patients with anxiety disorders support the proposition of CBD…with anxiolytic properties.
Rafael de Mello Schier, A. et al.
Cannabidiol, a Cannabis sativa constituent, as an anxiolytic drug. 2012
Other Products
Soothe Learn More
Soothe
Wellness Learn More
Wellness
Want a little insight on how and why our formulations work?
Check out our cannabinoid education
Education Page