Level Tablinguals: Morning
Mornings. Some of us are built for them, all bright and shiny, chirp chirp, la la la, and others…not so much. Yeah, I’m in the latter camp. I’m slow to wake up, not in the mood to talk much until after my espresso (thank goddess I live alone), and the immediate crush of emails waiting for me when I open my laptop can create a quick spike of stress. Some folks may be early birds, but even their mornings can be derailed with getting the kids off to school, or a creaky body, or fatigue from a lousy night of sleep. It happens to all of us.
Cannabinoids to the rescue! And who better to help out than Level? Some of you are fellow fans of their single cannabinoid Tablinguals, from Soothe/delta-8 to Calm/CBG. Level co-founder and chief scientist Chris Emerson, Ph.D., is a big believer in the entourage effect, which is that magic cannabis math that happens when cannabinoids work synergistically together (instead of on their own) and help create therapeutic effects.
While Level’s initial line of Tablinguals featured isolated cannabinoids, they have always been a proponent of mixing, matching, and layering the Tablinguals for different effects (check out their wheel for guidance). Now that they feel like consumers are more comfortable with what the different cannabinoids are, they’re releasing blended Tablinguals. The first was Stimulate, the energy-boosting/appetite-suppressing Tablingual that is a combo of THCV, THC, and CBG.
Their next release is Morning, which features a non-psychoactive 1:1:1 ratio of CBD:CBG:THCA. Co-founder Brie Emerson tells me it was born out of her own personal combo she was taking every morning (one Remedy/CBD, one Calm/CBG, and one Relieve/THCA). This non-psychoactive combo helped her balance her ECS (endocannabinoid system), the complex system in our bodies that regulates physiological processes, mood, and more, and works to maintain homeostasis—it’s also our system that interacts so synergistically with cannabis!
The Morning Tablingual’s CBD can help with inflammation, the CBG can lessen anxiety, and the THCA can help diminish pain. Since the ratio is such a microdose (1mg of each cannabinoid in each tablet), Brie says she doesn’t notice it when she takes it, but she definitely notices when she doesn’t take it (she takes three, but that’s the advantage to having an endless supply around—co-founder perks). The good news is Morning is an affordable Tablingual, currently $18 for a pack of 10 tablets on Sava.
When taking a Tablingual, take a sip of water to hydrate your mouth first, and then place the Tablingual under your tongue and let it dissolve—it can take a couple minutes to fully dissolve, and try not to swallow it if possible since it’s designed to be absorbed sublingually. Onset can be as soon as 5 minutes, but with Morning, you won’t notice anything psychoactive.
How I like to use Morning
Like I said, I’m not a morning person, but Morning is nice to have around (and it’s not talkative). I’ll take one after my morning espresso—I like to think it helps dial caffeine jitters down (which CBD has been shown to do).
On the mornings when I feel sluggish, lightly hungover (the casualties of my tablehopper gig), or just off (I didn’t sleep well, things are on my mind, or my body has a crick or pinch), I’ll take two Morning Tablinguals. I’ve been taking one every morning this past week as I’m recovering from jet lag (and being scrunched on two planes for 16 hours) and have been feeling much less meh. Thanks, Morning!
You aren’t going to feel anything per se, but I do notice a pleasant little blip about 10 minutes after I take it. It’s extremely subtle, but I like to think of it as my quiet friend working in the background to make my morning a little kinder, a little gentler.
You can also add another Tablingual as needed. Let’s say you add a Remedy/CBD for an additional 3mg, or an extra 6mg of Relieve/THCA for pain. You can totally customize as needed, which is exactly what Level wants you to be able to do. Have fun experimenting and dial in what works best for you.
Visit levelblends.com for more info and the mymilligram page on getsava.com to purchase Morning (and the other Tablinguals)!
Disclaimer: The statements made regarding these products have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Please consult your healthcare professional about potential interactions or other possible complications before using any product.