Myriam’s Hope, why are we glad to have these formulas? CBD covers most bases, but specific ingredients from the hemp plant help more with the ailment. We are proud to offer a different type of help and health. CBG, for one, is known for its superior anti-inflammatory effects, much more so than CBD. We understand that CBD may not work for everyone, so we are glad to have CBG now.
Cannabigerol (CBG) is another well-known cannabinoid in the hemp plant; though not as abundant as CBD from the plant, it is extracted using a meticulous process known as decarboxylation. CBG and CBD are two different cannabinoids with different chemical structures.
However, they are similar in many ways too. CBG is extracted early from the hemp plant to create medical CBG products. CBG flower has been trendy due to the scarcity of premium CBG oil until recently.
This proprietary CBG oil contains 600 mg of CBG per fluid ounce and other beneficial and therapeutic phytocannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids.
CBG’s wildly known to better help inflammation over CBD alone.
It depends on the issue or situation. If inflammation is your primary reason to try the hemp plant, most will advise CBG is the way to go. However, some need CBD to help cope with anxiety, and should they have an inflammation issue, MS, or early-stage Parkinson’s, CBG may be added as a supplement to the CBD.
No. The only psychoactive cannabinoid found in hemp is THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), in which all legal hemp contains .3% or below.