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This frosty white flower is packed with Cannabigerol. CBG (more correctly, its acidic form, CBGa) plays a pivotal role in the synthesis of other phytocannabinoids and the metabolic lifespan of the hemp plant. That’s why it’s known as the ‘mother cannabinoid’ or the ‘stem cell’ cannabinoid. This flower is a pure clean smoke with a grassy and citrus taste. We personally love to blend our CBG with a little CBD for a nice full spectrum experience. All of our CBG premium hemp flowers are seedless and hand-trimmed. Looking for a faster way to try this flower? Check out our Citrus CBG Lifters™ Pre Rolls
Grow Style: Indoor
Cannabinoid Profile: 14.8% Total Cannabinoids
Terpene Profile: Myrcene, Limonene, Linalool
Experience: Calming, Relaxing, Mellow
You’re likely familiar with the terms tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD), but have you ever heard about cannabigerol (CBG)? Many think it’s something new in the industry when, in reality, it’s always been around. So, let's take a closer look. CBG is a rare cannabinoid with a handful of nicknames. Some have dubbed it the “Granddaddy” of all cannabinoids, and others often refer to it as the “Mother.” In any case, CBG is one that deserves respect (just as the nicknames imply.)
Why? Because CBG is the most fundamental cannabinoid from which CBD, THC, and all other cannabinoids come from. Studies have shown that CBG reacts with our endocannabinoid system to improve our body’s homeostasis and balance. The studies also dive into learning more about how CBG works by itself and other cannabinoids. CBG has been observed to have excellent therapeutic potential in combating pain, reducing inflammation, and similar to CBD, it doesn’t contain the psychoactive properties that might get you “high.” With no psychoactive properties and a varying range of therapeutic uses, you may be wondering: How come it’s not as wildly popular and mentioned as it’s relative CBD? This is because it only exists at very low levels within a mature cannabis plant, and production for this cannabinoid can be quite costly. For this reason, you may also hear it referred to as “the Rolls Royce of cannabinoids.” As the information on CBG unfolds thanks to ongoing research, breeders have been able to use the findings to their advantage and conduct genetic manipulation to grow cannabis plants with higher yields of CBG.
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