How Do We Use CBG?
Consuming most CBD or THC products will provide very little to no CBG, so you have to know what you’re looking for when you search for CBG. What’s most promising to the industry right now are CBG’s antimicrobial and antibacterial properties. The best way to take advantage of these properties is to ensure you’re consuming a reasonable amount of cannabigerol – which is precisely where CBG oil and other CBG products come in and explains why they’re becoming so popular on the market.
People most commonly use CBG products on the market as an appetite suppressant, as well as an anti-inflammatory. While this is purely anecdotal evidence with more research needed to confirm or deny what communities are already saying, it works well for a growing number of people in the meantime.
In our opinion, our CBG products also appear to help with stimulating a good mood. Completely non-psychoactive. We notice people’s sociability levels and energy levels both rise and maintain for a few hours after consumption.
While these are real-world examples versus something seen in a peer-reviewed journal, we look forward to a future where we have more evidence on CBG’s benefits. Social acceptance of cannabis, in general, is slowly gaining traction, so it’s just a matter of time before the non-psychoactive components of cannabis really start to shine, including both CBG and CBD.
The Problem with Most CBG Products
Unfortunately, CBG is still fairly costly for most companies to produce. We aren’t sure if we’ll see a world where CBG has as much hype as THC or CBD, but for now, the price point can be a little too high for some brands to bare. Fortunately for us, we’re able to harvest our hemp plants early to reap the most CBG possible without genetic engineering or manipulation.
Many marijuana and hemp growers aren’t willing to harvest plants early, which can be a problem when it comes to the price of CBG. Our CBG products stay competitively priced for a cost-effective option that gets it done right because we use farmers that care. As interest increases for cannabigerol on a national and global level, we hope to see an abundance of CBG choices. Cultivators will begin engineering seeds that have a higher CBG content, and we’re looking forward to the change that will bring.
Until then, our cannabigerol products are high-quality, grown and manufactured with care for our community. CBG appears to work outside of our endocannabinoid system as its focal point, so we don’t see it usurping CBD or THC as the cash crops that they are any time soon, but we do anticipate a reality where cannabigerol takes a closer spot to the stage.