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The LEVEL Delta-8 Protab has about half the psychoactivity as Delta-9 THC and tends to be more relaxing and uplifting, which makes it perfect for a night on the town or a day with family and friends.

Scientifically formulated to help relax the body and mind, the LEVEL Delta-8 Protab is a 25 mg high dose tablet that you swallow. You should feel effects in approximately 1-2 hours. Keep in mind that the key to experimenting with any new cannabinoid is to take it low and slow. The Protab is scored so it can be easily split in half. Start with the lowest dose possible and increase your intake gradually until you find the perfect amount for you. Experience effects for 2-4 hours.

Delta-8 may also help to attenuate pain and reduce stress and anxiety.




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Why CBD may be right for you


Rising to mainstream popularity, CBD is everywhere. The chemical compound’s own properties and potential therapeutic powers can be credited for its ascension into a must-have health and wellness product.


What is CBD?
CBD, also known as Cannabidiol is one of more than 65+ chemical compounds, known as cannabinoids, extracted from cannabis plants. The excitement surrounding CBD in the health and wellness world is due to its anti-inflammatory properties.



CBD is not psychoactive, it is bioactive. While delta-9 THC instigates a “high” feeling by interacting with the brain’s cannabinoid receptors, CBD interacts with various cannabinoid receptors throughout the body to enhance our endocannabinoid system. These receptors can influence sleep, inflammation, mood, and appetite. Researchers are currently assessing CBD’s ability to lessen muddled and disordered thinking.

CBD may naturally give you more steady, staggered energy throughout the day. This gives it the potential to help you sleep at night, without making you feel groggy or tired in the morning. When taken in moderation, it may help to regulate hormones such as cortisol and melatonin to aid your rest.

Trying CBD for the first time? Start with the LEVEL Remedy Tablingual™. If you’re already familiar with CBD and need a higher dose, try the LEVEL CBD Protab™




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Captivating Aromas + Medicinal Benefits—Why Terpenoids Matter


Terpenoids are more than just aromatics. These chemical compounds also have surprising therapeutic properties.

What are terpenoids?

Terpenoids are a class of natural occurring compounds found within most plants, flowers, and fruits that determine how things smell and taste.  The organoleptic character of terpenoids is responsible for the citrusy experience of an orange or the sweet aroma of a pine tree. The presence of terpenoids in cannabis plays a major role in regulating the effect. Not only do terpenoids influence your high, they also provide a myriad of therapeutic benefits.

The cannabis plant produces more than 100 terpenoids but there are only a handful that are produced in high concentrations. Here are a few of the most common.

Myrcene is the most abundant terpene in cannabis, giving the plant an earthy clove scent. This terpene can also be found in plants and fruits like lemongrass and mango. Over the years, myrcene has been proven to have anti-inflammatory properties that can help with pain relief. Myrcene can also enhance the effects of other terpenoids and cannabinoids in your body.

Limonene, another common terpene found in cannabis, is a major component in the oil of citrus fruit peels. With its pleasant lemon-orange smell, this terpene is often used as a flavoring agent in food manufacturing. Limonene consumption has many potential medicinal benefits because of its anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and antifungal properties.



Linalool carries a relaxing floral scent that’s found in plants such as lavender. It is known for its anti-anxiety, anti-depressant, and stress-relieving qualities. Linalool can help treat anxiety and balance out the anxious side effect sometimes associated with delta-9 THC.

Although clinical studies into terpenoids are ongoing, terpenoids undoubtedly play a vital role in the medicinal and therapeutic benefits of cannabis products.

So, the next time you’re communing with cannabis and inhale the citrusy smell of limonene, or the earthy scent of myrcene, remember that those captivating aromas are also responsible for guiding your high and providing a vast array of medicinal benefits.



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LEVEL THCV – Helps you focus when you need it most


LEVEL STIMULATE with THCV replaces your morning or afternoon cup of coffee. Use as a focusing tool to finish that project or make that deadline.

The first THCV-formulated product in California. Some report decreased appetite and food cravings.

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Scientifically formulated to help focus the mind, the LEVEL STIMULATE Tablingual is 3 mg micro-dose tablet designed to dissolve under your tongue so you can feel the effects in 30 minutes or less. Keep in mind that the key to experimenting with any new cannabinoid is to take it low and slow. Start with the lowest dose possible and increase your intake gradually until you find the perfect amount for you. Experience effects for 1-2 hours.

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The human ECS system and cannabis are made for each other



We have special receptors throughout our bodies that cannabinoids like THC and CBD can “plug” into.


D.A.R.E. teachers and straight-edge legislators might find this alarming, but our bodies naturally produce molecules that are quite similar to those found in cannabis. Take a moment to let that sink in. Your body, right now, is likely producing something very similar to a federally illegal substance.

When scientists named these cannabis-like molecules “endocannabinoids,” they didn’t exactly do us any favors. The label doesn’t roll off the tongue or evoke the sense of awe we should probably reserve for this coincidence. But thanks to cannabis, researchers were able to unlock a new layer of understanding about how we feel pain, make memories, metabolize food, boost our immune systems, and maintain other essential functions. It all started with researchers trying to understand how we’re able to feel that classic cannabis high. In the process, they discovered we have special receptors throughout our bodies that cannabinoids like THC can “plug” into.


How do we know this to be true?


The year is 1990. The Berlin wall is coming down. The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air premieres. Molecular biologist Lisa Matsuda proves the human body’s cannabinoid receptors allow us to get high. How she’s able to do this is quite remarkable. Building off of Dr. Allyn Howlett’s discovery of CB1 receptors in 1988, Matsuda and her team were able to decode the DNA of a CB1 receptor and use that code to clone another receptor. With that knowledge, they were able to genetically engineer a mouse to lack this receptor. They then administered THC to this bioengineered mouse. And when the THC failed to get the mouse stoned, they effectively proved the receptor’s purpose.

Up until that point, there’d only been anecdotal evidence that cannabis could reroute mind body communications. Despite evolving alongside cannabis for thousands of years, we humans knew little about it all worked. The discovery of cannabis receptors didn’t just reveal the system our bodies use to interact with the plant; it gave scientists a window into the complex signaling systems used to regulate a range of functions and help our bodies achieve balance. The endocannabinoid system (ECS) may have been named after the plant that led to its discovery, but it does much more—most of which we have yet to explore.

So, we make cannabis-like molecules of our own, but what happens when you add actual cannabinoids (and phytocannabinoids) to the mix? Put simply, cannabinoids act like traffic conductors in your body, blocking some signals from passing (like pain) while moving others along (like appetite). Our bodies naturally do this all the time, but adding cannabinoids is akin to putting really enthusiastic crossing guards on every corner. Early research shows endocannabinoid deficiencies may be at the root of issues like fibromyalgia, migraines, and irritable bowel syndrome. So for those who don’t make enough endocannabinoids on their own, introducing cannabinoids may help restore order. All of our endocannabinoid systems are different, so in this regard, slow and steady experimentation is key.

Plenty of drugs have natural origins. But unlike morphine, which involves concentrating massive quantities of opium poppy, or tequila, which involves roasting, mashing, and rotting the sugary centers of agave plants, cannabis is unique in that we don’t need to do much to it to feel its effects. Knowing this, it’s easy to see why cannabis presents some big opportunities because the benefits we get from THC and CBD are both abundant and readily available. Still, it’s worth remembering the fan-favorite, THC, is merely one among dozens of distinct cannabinoids that have been found in the plant so far. We’re familiar with THC and CBD because they occur in much higher percentages than their less-famous cousins (like THCV, CBG, and Delta-8 THC, or the acidics), but they only represent the surface of what we have yet to discover.

So, what happens if we decide to treat those lesser-known cannabinoids with the same attention given to other plants? There’s a good chance we could stumble upon unknown benefits — perhaps even a new way of relating to our bodies altogether.





New to cannabis? Try a LEVEL 3 mg low-dose Tablingual.


The Tablingual is a 3 mg micro-dose sublingual tablet that is dissolved under the tongue. The tablet will dissolve within a minute or so. Feel free to bite it in half if it’s not dissolving quickly and increase dosage as desired. Takes effect in approximately 5-20 minutes. Experience effects for 1-2 hours. Try different combinations to find your perfect blend and dose.



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LEVEL CBN is designed to promote sleep

CBN is a mildly psychoactive cannabinoid that is formed as a result of the degradation of THC. CBN is often described as a mild analgesic, with many reporting a relaxing and sedating effect.



CBN Explained

If you’ve ever smoked flower well past its prime only to find it made you sleepy, congratulations. You have experienced the sedating powers of cannabinol (CBN). In fact, the more potent the flower was when you originally bought it, the more likely it is to make you pass out after you rediscover it in your sock drawer months or years later. The reason for this is simple. THC, the psychoactive cannabinoid we all know and love, gradually converts into the sleepy, not-so-psychoactive cannabinoid CBN as it oxidizes and ages. Just when you thought geriatric cannabis had nothing to offer.

Despite not being as well known as THC or CBD, CBN has been crucial to our scientific understanding of the plant. It’s the first cannabinoid scientists isolated in their quest to understand how cannabis affects us, and early research shows it may have promise as an analgesic, or pain reliever. CBN even led to the discovery of cannabis use in ancient China. Archaeologists determined the 2,500-year-old herb was particularly potent because the charred remnants contained high levels of CBN.

Thankfully, you don’t need to age flower for thousands of years to reap the benefits of CBN. Scientifically formulated to help with sleep, the LEVEL CBN Tablingual is designed to dissolve under your tongue so that you can feel the effects in 30 minutes or less. Keep in mind that the key to experimenting with any new cannabinoid is to take it low and slow. Start with the lowest dose possible, and increase your intake gradually until you find the perfect amount for you. Once you understand how your body reacts, you can further experiment by pairing CBN with other cannabinoids to maximize the sleep-inducing, pain-relieving benefits. With LEVEL, you can be your own expert.



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Sugar Free
Gluten Free
Xylitol Sweetened for Oral Health
Cannabis-Only Terpenoids



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10 mg CBD per piece
0 mg THC
100 mg CBD per package



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100 mg THC per package
10 mg CBD per package



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4 mg THCV per piece
1 mg CBG per piece
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LEVEL sits down with Investing in Cannabis

LEVEL Founder Chris Emerson, Ph.D. recently sat down with Brandon David, host of the Investing in Cannabis podcast, where they discussed unique and rare cannabinoids in isolation and concentration, experiencing the landscape and growth as a cannabis business first-hand, and more.
Click to listen for a great dialogue and insight into the constant evolution of the cannabis industry.


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Discover What’s in the Cannabis You’re Consuming


Certificate of Analysis (COA) provides useful information about the cannabis products you consume.

Do you read the nutrition and ingredient information on food packaging at grocery stores? For most of us, the answer is YES, all the time. Whether motivated by health, allergies, or just plain curiosity, the modern consumer has taken a keen interest in reading food labels.

Similar to the nutrition and ingredient information on food products, every licensed cannabis product has to be tested at a state-approved lab and is then given a Certificate of Analysis (COA) which provides useful information about the product’s potency and cannabinoid and terpenoid profiles. The analysis also screens for pesticides, microbes, heavy metals, and more. COAs help you understand exactly what is in the cannabis product you’re buying, which not only keeps you safe but also helps you better understand whether a product might be right (or wrong) for you.



At LEVEL, we take pride in delivering safe, consistent cannabis products that result in the same great experience every time. We set the industry standard for consistency, purity, and predictable desired effects. Find the COAs for every LEVEL product here, listed by the batch number on the label.

Knowledge is power. Educate yourself. If you have any questions, please reach out at