Tricky riddle, isn’t it? Do you know what CBG oil is? Or have you never heard of it?
Saying it has something to do with CBD makes it easier? What if it’s THC? Are you any closer to figuring it out?
It’s okay if you’re not. In this country, the use of hemp’s treasures is still in its relative infancy, and while many misconceptions have been dispelled, there is still a lot of work to be done in terms of awareness and expansion. It is a great success that more and more people know that CBD oils are neither addictive nor intoxicating. It doesn’t make you a drug addict because it’s not a drug.
When THC and CBD get too much and you feel they can’t get you, then CBG comes in and it’s all upside down. Now you don’t understand where this is coming from, do you? Let’s see what CBG is made of!
But what is CBG?
If we say it’s the ancestor of cannabinoids, we’re not far from the truth, but we’re no closer to getting you to understand it, so we’ll explain further.
CBG, also known as cannabigerol, is another cannabinoid from hemp. Of the many components of hemp, THC and CBD have earned the most attention in research to date, making these two acronyms the most common in the public consciousness, and the most accessible to those who want to try the effects of hemp.
Now, however, new studies have introduced a new cannabinoid in the form of CBG, because as well as being non-psychoactive, i.e. not causing any hallucinations, it has a number of beneficial effects!
CBG is gaining more and more scientific attention because of its antibacterial, antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory effects, and by reaching users, it is triggering more and more wonderful effects in the human body! Is it any wonder that doctors and researchers are increasingly including it in their research? And that it is performing better and better in these researches and experiments? Of course, it is not only for minor ailments, but also in cancer research that researchers working with CBG are achieving very significant results.
Why is this important?
You’re probably wondering what CBG can do that no other cannabinoid can! Let’s find out:
Improves appetite, mood, sleep quality.
Strengthens the immune system.
It also has an appetite stimulating effect during chemotherapy treatments, ensuring that the patient gets the right amount of food into their system.
What a fantastic effect! We think so too: CBG has unparalleled potential.
A precious treasure
You may well be wondering why you can’t buy CBG all the time. Of course, there is a reason! It is anything but cheap and easy to produce!
CBG can be extracted to the greatest extent during the flowering period of hemp, which means that the plants that have been grown for THC and CBD would have to be harvested early, and unfortunately many growers are not prepared to do this. This makes CBG an extremely expensive commodity that very few people can afford.
Even if you are not one of them, don’t despair! Until research reaches its goal, there is CBD oil, or even MCT oil, for you!