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CBG OIL 


Product information:

  • Natural Flavor
  • 1500mg CBG per bottle (50mg per full dropper)
  • 30ml bottle
  • 30 servings per bottle
  • Made With CBG Isolate 
  • THC Free

Additional Information:

  • Gluten-free
  • Non-GMO
  • Vegan
  • Made in the USA
  • Made with Hemp-Derived CBG Extract
  • Third-party lab tested

 

CBG Benefits:


What Is CBG:

CBG, or cannabigerol, is a cannabinoid found in the cannabis plant. It is one of the many compounds found in the plant, known as cannabinoids, that interact with the body's endocannabinoid system to produce various effects. CBG is considered a non-intoxicating cannabinoid, meaning it does not make the psychoactive effects associated with THC the primary psychoactive cannabinoid in cannabis. CBG is thought to have potential therapeutic benefits and is being studied for its impact on various conditions, including inflammatory bowel disease, glaucoma, and cancer. However, more research is needed to understand the potential uses and effects of CBG fully.

 

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What are the benefits of CBG?


CBG works to fight inflammation, pain, and nausea and slow cancer cell proliferation. Research has shown it also significantly reduces intraocular eye pressure caused by glaucoma. Strains high in CBG will help treat inflammatory bowel disease, Crohn's disease, and cancer.  


Anxiety and Depression - CBG acts as a CB1 antagonist, helping prevent some of the high (and associated anxiety) THC creates. It may also boost anandamide levels, a natural "bliss molecule" found in the brain that regulates appetite, sleep, and mood. CBG likely helps block serotonin receptors, making it a potentially helpful antidepressant. CBG also works as a GABA uptake inhibitor, which may help reduce anxiety and relax muscle tension.

For years, glaucoma patients have used THC-rich marijuana to treat their glaucoma, but what effect does CBG have on the disease? Studies have shown that cannabigerol and other cannabinoids reduce intraocular pressure when given topically and systemically. While the amount of CBG in most marijuana strains may not be high enough to have an individual effect, this boosts the "entourage effect" theory that suggests cannabinoids can work together towards a common purpose.

Over the years, there has been plenty of anecdotal evidence from patients saying that cannabis helped calm their inflammatory bowel disease. A 2013 study helped to back up these experiences with evidence. It found that CBG helped lower bowel inflammation in mice. The CBG was so effective that the researchers recommended it for clinical experimentation in human IBD patients.

A 2018 study from scientists at the University of Bath provided even more support when it found that marijuana-based cannabinoids mimic the body's natural endocannabinoids that help turn off the gut inflammation response. While doctors have yet to rubber-stamp cannabis as an IBD cure, these results are promising when using cannabinoids like CBG to treat the disease.

 

Neuroprotective agent - Huntington's disease is a genetic disorder that causes the brain's nerve cells to break down over time. In 2015, scientists investigated whether cannabigerol could help protect brain cells in people struggling with the disease. Studies on rats showed that CBG has neuroprotective properties. Although further research is needed to learn how it may be used or combined with other therapies, this has opened the door for CBD as a possible treatment for this devastating disease.


Antibacterial - With antibiotic resistance becoming a huge problem globally, scientists have started investigating alternatives to traditional medications used to kill bacterial infections. In one study, they looked at the antibacterial effects of cannabigerol (CBG), in addition to cannabichromene (CBC), tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), cannabidiol (CBD), and cannabinol (CBN). All five cannabinoids showed potent activity against MRSA strains of bacteria, although researchers could not determine their action mechanism.

 

Appetite stimulation - THC has long been known to be an appetite stimulant, which is why marijuana is an effective treatment for people losing weight due to AIDS or side effects from chemotherapy. Researchers found, however, that even when they removed the THC from marijuana, it still successfully stimulated the appetite of the rats they were studying. Their theory is that CBG within cannabis helps increase appetite – without any unwanted psychotropic effects caused by THC.


What does CBG stand for?

 

Cannabigerol (CBG) is a cannabinoid, one of the many chemicals in cannabis plants. The most well-known cannabinoids are cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), but there's recently been more interest in the potential benefits of CBG.

 

Is CBG an Indica or Sativa?

 

Much like CBD, Cannabigerol (CBG) is a non-psychoactive ingredient of the Cannabis Sativa flower. The differences between both are slight, but perhaps the most important one is that CBG is a naturally occurring cannabinoid, while CBD is not. 

 

Is CBG good for anxiety?

 

CBG has potent anti-anxiety and muscle-relaxing effects, maybe even more than THC and CBD. Scientists believe that CBG binds to specific endocannabinoid receptors in the brain that mitigate anxiety and pain.

 

Can you fail a drug test from CBG?

 

It seems that while examining a handful of cannabinoids to determine which of them, if any, might react with immunoassays — the most common type of drug test available — they found that CBG will not cause you to fail a drug test but rather CBN was more likely to cause a false positive for marijuana than other cannabinoids, such as CBD or cannabichromene (CBC).  

 

Can you feel CBG?


CBG feels almost the same as CBD when you smoke or vape it. While CBD-rich cannabis can slightly hurt your throat on the way down, CBG usually hits smoother, making it more like THC in that way (and that way alone). 


How is CBG different than CBD?

 

So what's the difference between CBD and CBG? CBG is the precursor for other cannabinoids. ... While CBD has a relatively low affinity for cannabinoid receptors and interacts mainly with the endocannabinoid system indirectly, CBG is thought to interact directly with the brain's CB1 and CB2 cannabinoid receptors.

 

Is CBG psychoactive?

 

CBG is often compared to CBD because it shares many similarities and acts on the endocannabinoid system. Both CBG and CBD are non-psychoactive, which means they will not alter your state of mind like THC. They can, however, reduce the psychotropic effect of THC if you consume a cannabis plant.

 

Is CBD or CBG better for sleep?

 

While CBD is the most widely known cannabis sleep aid, and for a good reason, CBN is a natural analgesic that can, in some cases, be even more effective. CBG has been linked to reduced glaucoma, headaches, or ocular pain. So it would seem that CBD is better for sleep than CBG, but CBN ranks number one for rest. 

 

How do you take CBG?

 

Like CBD and THC, CBG can also be smoked in flower form, vaped in an oil or wax, or ingested sublingually using a tincture.

 

Why is CBG called "the mother of all cannabinoids?"

 

The precursor to CBG is CBGA. Before a cannabis plant reaches maturity, its CBGA synthesizes and turns into THCA, CBDA, and the precursors to several other cannabinoids. Once those cannabinoids are decarboxylated, they turn into their better-known versions: THC, CBD, etc. Without CBGA, none of these cannabinoids could exist at all.

 

Directions:

Adults take one full dropper (approx. 20 drops or 1mL) 1-3 times each day, or as required, Drop under the tongue, let dissolve for 15-20 seconds before ingesting.



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