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Medical Cannabis Effects

  • There are countless different effects and benefits of cannabis in the medical industry. There’s way too many potential medical uses of cannabis for us to list here (especially because we aren’t doctors and cannabis hasn’t been approved by the FDA to treat any conditions)
  • That being said, a ton of medical marijuana patients report using cannabis as a potential sleep aid. Many cannabis users report that cannabis helps them sleep, and we’re of the mindset that a good night’s sleep can speak for itself. Read on to find out what makes Bay Smokes products the best cannabis for sleep.

CBD for Sleep

  • CBD is a great cannabinoid if you need help unwinding after a busy day. CBD gummies for sleep are becoming more and more popular, and we understand why!
  • CBD is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid, which means it won’t get you high. Most CBD users report a general feeling of relaxation, but the exact effects vary based on the dose, method of consumption, and your individual body chemistry.
  • There are a ton of different options if you’re looking to try CBD to potentially help you sleep. CBD gummies are a great choice — they’re long-lasting and they taste amazing. CBD flower in a bowl or joint or a CBD vape are great choices if you’re looking for something that’s going to kick in and get you ready for dreamland almost immediately. If neither of those are your style, there are also CBD tinctures and other kinds of CBD edibles that could make excellent additions to your nighttime routine

THC for Sleep

  • A lot of people also really enjoy using THC to help them sleep. THC is psychoactive, unlike CBD. THC products are a great choice if you need some serious relief at the end of a long day or if you just enjoy that “stoned” feeling.
  • THC gummies are super popular, since they’re discrete, delicious, and easy to dose. They also stay in your system for longer, potentially helping you sleep throughout the night. THC flower and THC vapes don’t last quite as long but they kick in almost immediately, which is good news if you have trouble falling asleep in the first place.
  • More and more people are also trying Delta 8 for sleep. D8, also known as Delta-8 THC, is a rare cannabinoid that’s about half as potent as Delta-9 THC. D8 for sleep is a great option if you want something a little bit stronger than CBD, but you don’t want something quite as strong as Delta-9 THC
D8 Northern Lights Smalls (Indoor)

Indica Strain for Sleep

  • Cannabis strains that are indica-dominant are known for being relaxing (think in-da-couch), so it’s hard to make the wrong choice if you’re looking for an indica strain to potentially help you sleep. The biggest factor here is going to be what exactly you’re looking for.
  • Do you want a product that will just help you relax at the end of the day, or do you want something that’s going to make you seriously sleepy and get you stuck to the couch (or your bed, in this case)? What flavor notes do you enjoy? These are all things to consider while shopping for the best indica strain for sleep.

Sativa Strain for Sleep

  • Sativa-dominant cannabis strains are known for being energising, so it’s a little bit harder to find a sativa strain that’s great for sleep. That doesn’t mean it’s impossible, though!
  • Some sativa-dominant strains are less about getting you energized and more about helping you focus. These could be a really great choice for a bedtime strain, especially if you like to wind down with a good book or the latest episode of your favorite TV show.


Yes! Exactly how high you’ll get (and what the high will feel like) depends on the cannabinoid and strain that you choose, though. Looking for something chill and mellow? You’ll love Delta-8 carts. Want something a little stronger? Check out THCp carts. In the mood for something psychedelic? THCo carts are a great option. Here at Bay Smokes we have all of those carts and more! Keep browsing to find something you’ll love and check out our blog for more information.

Yes! And it couldn’t be easier because you’re already in the right place. Bay Smokes has many disposable vapes that you can order and have delivered right to your front door. We also have a ton of different cannabinoids, strains, and other products. No matter where you live or what you’re looking for, Bay Smokes can deliver disposable vapes to you.

It depends. Are you taking quick puffs or mega rips? In general, though, Bay Smokes D8 vapes are designed so that you’ll run out of juice long before you run out of battery. You’ll probably get about 300 hits from a 1g D8 vape (and about 600 hits from a 2g D8 vape).

Delta-8 THC is about half as potent as Delta-9 THC. It’s hard to get exact numbers on that, though (if anyone’s looking for test subjects, we volunteer)! Most people report that a Delta-8 high isn’t quite as strong or long-lasting as a Delta-9 THC high. That’s not always a bad thing, though—the fact that D8 effects aren’t quite as strong or long-lasting means it’s ideal for all-day use when you don’t want to get too high to carry out your daily tasks, but you also want to be lifted enough to make them a little more fun.

Disposable vapes are usually a little bit more expensive than vape cartridges, since you’re getting a tank, a battery, some juice, and the housing when you buy a disposable (instead of just a tank and the juice like with a cart). Disposable vaporizers shouldn’t break the bank, though. Here at Bay Smokes, a 1g Delta-8 disposable vape will run you just over $35. Keep in mind that the rarer a cannabinoid is, the more expensive it’s going to be!


Cannabis has a ton of potential benefits and effects, from stimulation to relaxation and everything in between. A lot of people report that cannabis products help them fall asleep, stay asleep, and wake up feeling more refreshed. These anecdotes have been backed up by a number of studies. It’s important to remember, though, that experts say you shouldn’t use any kind of sleep aid long-term since they can interfere with your body’s natural cycles over time.
It depends on what you’re looking for! If you want to incorporate cannabis into your bedtime routine and typically have a hard time falling asleep, then cannabis flower or cannabis vapes might be the best fit for you. If you have a hard time staying asleep (and a late-night sweet tooth), then long-lasting gummies or other cannabis edibles are a great choice. If you’re looking for discretion, precision, and ease of use, then you might want to try out a cannabis tincture to help you drift off to sleep.
Cannabis users and scientific studies both suggest that cannabis can potentially aid in healthy sleep patterns, especially when used mindfully. Cannabis products are not sedatives. At a responsible dose, a cannabis gummy won’t leave you feeling groggy or “hungover” in the morning. Many cannabis products, like the ones at Bay Smokes, are all-natural and formulated with an emphasis on hemp medicine. Trustworthy cannabis companies will provide ingredient lists and lab reports with each batch of products, so you can feel good about exactly what you’re putting in your body
Many people report that cannabis gummies help improve their sleep, yes! At the right dose, cannabis is known to be relaxing and relatively short-lasting, so you’ll be able to chill out before bedtime and still wake up when your alarm goes off. Just a reminder, though — we’re not doctors, and cannabis products have not been proven by the FDA to treat, cure, or prevent any conditions. Talk with a professional before you introduce any new product into your wellness routine.
It depends what you’re looking for! If you want a relaxing, non-psychoactive experience, try CBD. It won’t make you feel less alert, but it will help you unwind before bed. If you want more serious relief or enjoy a psychoactive experience, then THC might be the best sleep cannabinoid for you. It’s a little bit more potent, and you’ll probably feel a little bit silly by the time you’re ready to go to sleep, but tons of people still swear by THC to help them relax and sleep.