CBG is the fundamental component of the well-known cannabis compounds THC and CBD, but the beneficial properties of non-toxic cannabinoids have proven.
Although some people think that the CBD boom in recent years is evident, the benefits are obvious: in addition to THC, people’s enthusiasm for cannabinoids is also increasing, which has caused people to demand a wide variety of cannabinoids.
A special cannabinoid that has attracted widespread attention is CBG (cannabidiol), which is a non-toxic compound and is known as “Mother of All Cannabinoids” in the cannabis world because of the acidic precursor of CBGA CBGA more often acts as a precursor for other cannabinoids (such as CBDA, THCA, and CBCA), which eventually turn into CBD, THC, and CBC, respectively. With the passage of time and the further development of decarboxylation or other extraction methods, they can also convert more cannabinoids, such as CBN or Delta-8.
Like other cannabinoids, CBG also shows many medical prospects.
“CBG has been demonstrated to be an antioxidant, protecting against oxidative stress,” said Kate Stem, CEO of Peak Extracts.
Peak makes a THC-free tincture high in CBG and two full-spectrum, strain-specific tinctures with the full complement of minor cannabinoids, including CBD.
Stern said: “It has been shown in lab trials to have neuroprotective, anti-inflammatory, analgesic, anti-nausea, and pro-appetite effects,” he added that CBG also has the potential to treat diabetes-related complications.
There is a lot to learn about how CBG works in our bodies. Research on CBG as another treatment option is emerging, for instance, Crohn’s disease, glaucoma, ALS, and other neurological diseases; nausea and anorexia caused by chemotherapy; and overall inflammation.
Like other cannabinoids, CBG can be consumed in many ways. Smoking is becoming a popular way. For those who want to avoid the high sensation caused by THC but don’t want to be drowsy, this sometimes happens when CBD high flower smokes. Besides, many people find that smoking is particularly effective in treating pain, as described in the following certificate.
Jade Daniels, CEO of Lady Jays, the opening film of Lady Jays, shared a recent email from one of her regular customers, which described the product helps to her fibromyalgia and mother’s cancer And the pain caused.
“Some people actually experience a euphoric high from it. I like it because it makes me feel energetic and doesn’t give me a heavy head high when smoking it during the day,” the customer wrote. “It also helps tremendously when I have menstrual cramps. I seriously smoke a CBG jay and they’re gone,” she continued.
However, for many people, especially those who may use it for medical purposes, often take CBG orally or topically, Stem says this is the safest method.
Peak Extracts’ tincture only made from MCT coconut oil and hemp flower extract. Stem believes that tinctures are the best way to get an accurate and consistent dose because they are a uniform solution and can easily be dispensed with only a small amount.
Disadvantages of CBG
Even with all the potential advantages surrounding CBG, there are some disadvantages-especially price and availability.
Although CBG was one of the first cannabinoids synthesized in the laboratory (in 1964) and one of the most widely studied cannabinoids, CBG is still challenging to find and more expensive than CBD. The high price is due to the more expensive production process, because CBG extracted from hemp, and the original content of CBG is not high.
Even with the current market tightening, CBG’s prospects are still bright.
Stem believes that in the recent growing season, growers have made great efforts to produce more CBG-rich cannabis, which may lead to higher market availability.
This also proves the usability of the product-when Daniels partnered with Marshall Farming in Oregon last year; he added CBG to the company’s roster.
Lady Jays is not alone; many other companies have added CBG to their list for the first time in the past few years. Those who wish to change their cannabis program should keep their eyes peeling.
This bears out in product availability, as well – Daniels added CBG to her company’s roster just last year when she partnered with Oregon’s Marshall Farming. They used Crawford brothers’ genetics, which for her was too good to pass up.
Lady Jays are not alone–many other companies have added CBG to their rosters for the first time in the last few years. Those looking to shake up their cannabinoid routine should keep their eyes peeled.
This article is issued by Cannabis Now.