Is CBG Oil the New CBD?

Is CBG Oil the New CBD?

By now, you’ve heard all the buzz about CBD. Who hasn’t? The powerful, natural supplement seems to be everywhere— in cannabis-infused oils, edibles, lotions, beverages, and even suppositories. Really. CBD does a body (and mind) good, which is why new cannabis products continue to hit the market daily. But have you heard about CBG—the lesser-known cannabinoid?   Like cannabidiol (CBD), cannabigerol (CBG) also contains neuroprotective properties that enhance focus, elevate mood, and alleviate stress—a trifecta of essential healing to keep you feeling calmer in today’s hectic world.   We all need to calm down!   So, what’s the difference between...

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How CBG Became One of the Most Practical Cannabinoids

How CBG Became One of the Most Practical Cannabinoids

Cannabigerol is a CBD-like substance extracted from cannabis plants. Many phytocannabinoids come from the same cannabis plant in an acidic form called cannabigerol acid. The flowering process converts CBDA into various compounds such as THC, CBD, and CBN. CBG is one of the compounds extracted from the same plant. What is CBG Oil? Organic CBG oil is a cannabis-based product, extracted from cannabigerol and there are numerous uses for this product. The CBG oil extraction process starts with cannabigerol’s decarboxylation, and variation in the procedure results in different compounds. Decarboxylation is a technique that activates raw cannabis and creates a...

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The Ultimate Guide to CBG Edibles

The Ultimate Guide to CBG Edibles

There’s a new product shaking up the cannabinoid industry, and users are loving it! It’s called CBG and it comes in all types of forms, even CBG edibles.  CBG (cannabigerol) edibles are becoming a popular way for users to take CBG with longer lasting effects. CBG edibles come in a range of strengths and offer potential health benefits.  If you’re looking to try out this game-changing cannabinoid, check out the information we found. What is CBG? Cannabinoids come in acid and non-acid types. The common THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (cannabidiol) are non-acidic forms, while THCA (tetrahydrocannabinolic acid) and CBDA (cannabidiolic...

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