HEMP OIL BENEFITS|CBG | CANNABIGEROL OIL | A TRIPLE MIX OF 600MG CBG, CBD & CBDA
CBG (Cannabigerol) Hemp Oil benefits much. It contains a combination of cannabigerol (CBG) and all other active ingredients and cannabinoids present in Cannabis. Cannabigerol (CBG) is obtained from EU-certified hemp plants and has NO psychoactive effect.
CBG (Cannabigerol) Hemp Oil Benefits, the real one!
CBG (Cannabigerol) Hemp Oil is probably one of the most important cannabinoids of Cannabis. The chemical factory within Cannabis sativa continues to be one of nature’s greatest mysteries.
What Cannabis offers
The growth of Cannabis involves various stages, and oil made from the different stages has different effects. Oil from plants harvested plants very early contains much more CBGA and CBG than an oil made from plants harvested very late. CBG and the acid form of CBG, cannabigerolic acid (CBGA) and cannabigerovarinic acid (CBGVA) form the precursor of definitive cannabinoids such as CBD and THC. CBG, therefore sometimes called the stem cell, is being studied by specialists around the world.
In addition to CBG, this oil contains all other cannabinoids produced by the plant, including CBD. The most renowned researchers assume that the combined effect on health of all components of an oil is probably greater than the effect of a single component. This collaboration, also known as synergy, is the entourage effect. Our farmer says that some extracts and oils contain more than 1000 components that have an active positive effect on our health and wellbeing. This fact, and the high concentration of CBG in this product, makes it unique and highly effective. So it is a welcome and logical addition to our range.
Organically grown and refined ingredients
Hempoil first pressing oil (50%). Full spectrum with 600mg CBD, CBD & CBDa.
- 20ml bottle with 400 drops
- Shake well before every use.
- Store at room temp.
people have never heard about. Although it is officially considered a “minor cannabinoid” (it only makes up about 1 percent of total cannabinoids), CBG one of the most abundant compounds in the hemp plant’s early stages of growth. Not only that, research now shows CBG is the precursor to some of the most prevalent cannabinoids, including the high-inducing THC and the non-psychoactive CBD.
But it’s not just CBG’s role in cannabinoid formation that has piqued the curiosity of researchers. There’s a growing body of evidence that CBG could be used on its own to help patients with certain conditions.
Interested in learning more about CBG? In this post, we’ll take a closer look at the most up-to-date research on CBG and explore what the future holds for this fascinating compound.