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What is cbg flower?
Let's start by giving you an overview of what CBG flower is.
You've likely heard of CBD & CBD flowers by now, so you should have basic knowledge on what cannabis/hemp flower is in general.
CBG Flower is somewhat like CBD flower; it's grown from specially bred, farm bill compliant, legally defined "hemp" to contain high amounts of CBGa, instead of high CBDa, unlike legally classified Marijuana bred to contain high THC. It's important to understand that both specially bred CBD/CBG hemp flowers & federally illegal "Marijuana" can both be categorized as cannabis.
If you haven't tried CBG yet, you're in for a real treat; this cannabinoid is shaping up to be the next big thing in the world of smokable hemp flowers.
Extracts from these cannabis plants are used to make Edibles.
The FDA (Food and Drug Administration) has yet to comment on the use of this cannabinoid. As such, products will state they have not been evaluated by the FDA, products are not intended to treat, cure or prevent disease. Unless registered as an approved and licensed FDA product, no company can make health claims regarding any product.
What is the difference between CBD and CBG?
CBG is often referred to as the mother of all cannabinoids. CBG, like CBD, is one of over 100 cannabis found in all cannabis plants. CBGa is referred to as the mother of all cannabinoids because CBGa will convert into many of the more common cannabinoids. Hence the term "mother."
Fast becoming one of the well-known primary cannabinoids.
CBG flower primarily contains CBGA (cannabigerolic acid). And CBGA doesn't decarboxylate like other cannabinoid acids like CBDa, which break down directly into a final cannabinoid component like CBD, CBN, or THC.
When CBGa undergoes decarboxylation, it goes through an enzymatic process, causing it to synthesize into other cannabinoid acidic precursors. Quite often converting to THCA (tetrahydrocannibinolic acid) and CBDA (cannabidiolic acid).
Learn More: What is decarboxylation?
Benefits of CBG flower
Research has shown that CBG has many potential health benefits, similar to CBD, however, often exceeding the benefits of CBD. Such as the potential for pain relief, aiding emotional regulation helping regulate Anxiety, reducing inflammation & easing skin conditions.
How does CBG help Anxiety?
CBG interacts and binds to the same cannabinoid receptors as THC, but with a primarily decreased affinity than THC, so consumers can take a considerable amount and not be intoxicated like they would with high THC cannabis.
In addition, research has shown it displays a superior increased anti-anxiety effect, along with significantly improved muscle-relaxing effects.
CBGa flower strains
With more breeders and more demand, CBG strains are rapidly on the rise. As a result, we are constantly bringing new, sustainably sourced, organic, indoor-grown, top-shelf strains to the market.
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Strains like White Whale, Wedding Cake, White Dragon, The White, Jack Frost CBG, Sour G, Lemon Cream Diesel, and John Snow, to name a handful. You can expect this list to double or triple in the coming year.
CBG flower effects & Side Effects
The effects of the CBG/CBGa flower can alter depending on the strain, the amount you smoke, and the potency of each batch. CBG, unlike CBD, is very uplifting, energizing, and doesn't cause drowsiness as some high CBD hemp strains can.
You can experience mental clarity, mental calmness, better focus, general relaxation, and a sense of feeling content.
Ideal for starting the day.
As for side effects, some consumers (albeit very limited and seemingly rare) have reported they can have a dry mouth and increase heart rate while decreasing blood pressure.
However, according to WebMD, there have not been enough studies completed, and there simply isn't enough reliable information to know what the side effects might be for cannabigerol.
CBG flower provides the consumer with better bioavailability for CBG. Which in turn interacts with the endocannabinoid system (ECS) by binding to our CB1 & CB2 cell receptors throughout the entire body.
All humans & mammals naturally produce these endocannabinoids, helping create essential balance, called homeostasis. Binding & interacting with these receptors, Cannabigerol can produce its health-supporting, homeostasis causing health benefit effects.
CBG Frequently Asked Questions.
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Does CBG flower get you high?
No. As previously mentioned, although CBG is a CB1, CB2 antagonist, just like THC, it doesn't cause any psychoactive effects attributed to being high or stoned.
Some consumers have reported that CBG, like CBD counteracts the effect of THC, as such, consumers use it to balance out overconsumption of high THC use.
Is CBG Flower Legal in All States?
Yes, CBG is derived from legally 2018 farm bill compliant, USDA compliant hemp plant material. As such, it is federally legal throughout the United states. So far, CBG hasn't been banned or regulated by any state.
Each batch of our CBG (cannabigerol) Flower have been independently third-party lab tested and verified as clean, safe, and at the correct potency.
We are absolutely focused on transparency, trust, consistency, and delivering the finest quality trusted CBG Flower bud products to our customers. That's why we publish all our current CBG hemp flower batch reports online for you to view.
You can find lab reports on each CBGa flower product page. If you have any problems finding or reading our lab reports, please do contact us for assistance.
So, what are you waiting for? Discover the power of all-natural CBG with our best CBG flower for sale online.
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