CBG is on the map. But it may not be on the shelves. Cannabigerol, also called CBG, is the latest product to benefit from the explosion of the cannabis industry. Despite rising demand and frequently selling out in stores, CBG remains a mystery to the average consumer.
To help spread the word, below are five common questions about CBG and its use.
What is CBG?
First found in 1964, cannabigerol is often referred to as the “mother” of all synthesized cannabinoids. It earns this moniker because other compounds, like THC and CBD, are derived from it. Because of its potential potency as the parent molecule, it boasts countless therapeutic benefits.
How does CBG work?
Like other cannabinoids, CBG influences the endocannabinoid system. This bodily function maintains balance within the body, impacting mood, memory, sleep, appetite, and any immune responses. CBG binds and interacts with this system to prolong positive … Read More