3 Things to Know About CBG – the ‘Mother of All Cannabinoids’

3 things to know about cbg

the ‘mother of all cannabinoids’

Often referred to as the Mother Cannabinoid and possibly exceptionally good for sleep support, cannabigerol (CBG) is another hemp-derivative to get to know. You can find CBG in everything from CBG oil to CBG capsules and gummies, the cannabinoid has a lot of similarities to CBD (cannabidiol), and maybe a good addition to your everyday routine. Here are three things to know about CBG you should learn before getting started.

3 Things to Know About CBG
You can find CBG in everything…

  • cbg is considered the ‘mother of all cannabinoids’

Even though the fully mature cannabis plant does not contain a great deal of CBG, CBG is perhaps the most important cannabinoid out of the full lineup. In fact, cannabigerol is often referred to as “The Mother Cannabinoid” or “Mother of All Cannabinoids” because it essentially is just that.

Young cannabis plants (including hemp) contain high levels of cannabigerolic acid (CBGa), which is the acidic form of CBG. As the plant grows and experiences exposure to sunlight and heat, CBGa transforms into other acidic cannabinoids like CBDa (cannabidiolic acid) and THCa (tetrahydrocannabinolic acid). These eventually become the cannabinoids everyone is familiar with, like the different types of THC and CBD. Therefore, without CBG, other cannabinoids wouldn’t exist because CBGa is the precursor to the rest.

  • cbg may hold value for sleep support

Even though CBG has not been so extensively studied in humans for therapeutic value, the cannabinoid has garnered interest as a sleep aid. Recent clinical trials have been aimed at determining if CBG tablets help with sleep better than a placebo.

3 Things to Know About CBG - the "Mother of All Cannabinoids"
CBG has garnered interest as a sleep aid…

A survey of patients performed in 2021 who were using CBG-predominant products found that almost a third of those patients took CBG to help with sleep. Of the people surveyed, 73 % stated that CBG was superior to other medications for helping support better sleep. There are also patents published related to pharmaceuticals containing CBG and THC to target sleep issues.

  • how much cbg to take – cbg dosing guidelines

How much CBG to take can vary from person to person. As with other cannabinoids, the general guideline is to begin initially with a lower level of milligrams (around 20 to 40mg), monitor how that dose makes you feel, and then adjust in small increments with your next dose. Dosage needs with CBG can vary depending on:

  • What type of product you are taking and whether other cannabinoids are included
  • What effects you are looking to experience by taking CBG
  • Your personal tolerance to cannabinoids
3 Things to Know About CBG - the "Mother of All Cannabinoids"
Most people prefer something easy to dose when just starting out with CBG…

A lot of people prefer something easy to dose when just starting out with CBG. For example, if you want to try CBG for sleep, these CBG gummies contain 15 mg of CBG and have a 1:1 ratio of CBG-CBD. Therefore, you are getting 30mg of cannabinoids per dose, so one gummy would be a good starting point.

  trust only reliable sources for cbg products 

Whether you’re just curious about the therapeutic effects of CBG or really want to try this cannabinoid for sleep, always look for a trustworthy supplier. For example, before buying CBD products you should always search to see if they are tested for potency and purity by a third-party lab, and made with full-spectrum hemp extracts.

 Why not give it a try…

Klaudia xx


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