CBG oil | CBG drops in MCT oil & Hemp oil
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CBG or cannabigerol is the mother of all hemp cannabinoids. CBG oils from LaHerba are 100% natural extracts from technical hemp of the genus Santhica Sativa grown in Slovakia and Slovenia. Hemp is grown on clean soils without chemical treatment and processed according to the highest GMP and ISO9001 standards. The extracts are third-party laboratory tested and certified to contain all cannabinoids. All of our CBG oils are full spectrum because we believe this is the best way to provide the body with the full synergistic potential that cannabinoids have.
What is CBG?
CBG is a cannabinoid found in the hemp plant. CBG is considered the mother of all cannabinoids as it is a precursor to other cannabinoids such as CBD and THC. CBG does not produce any psychoactive effects. Instead, it offers a number of potential therapeutic benefits.
CBG vs CBD
Although both CBD and CBG are derived from the flowers of a specific type of hemp plant, that's where the similarities end. Also, prolonged exposure to sunlight causes the CBD level in the flowers to increase, while the light decreases the concentration of CBG.
Additionally, while CBD oils also contain up to 40% cannabidiol, CBG oil typically contains no more than 20% cannabigerol. CBG is rarer because it is found in smaller amounts in the plant and is therefore more expensive to produce. CBG is a precursor to CBD and breaks down into other cannabinoids when heated. CBG affects the CB1 and CB2 receptors directly, while CBD affects them only indirectly.
CBG oil effects
CBG oil is gaining popularity for its various health benefits. Like CBD oil, it is known to help with anxiety, depression and insomnia. However, CBG oil is particularly beneficial for those suffering from chronic pain and chronic inflammation. CBG is a strong anti-inflammatory substance. In fact, studies have shown that CBG is even more effective than CBD at reducing inflammation. More effects of CBG you can read in our blog.
CBG oil has a number of potential benefits, many of which are still being researched. However, early research suggests that CBG oil may be useful in treating inflammatory conditions such as glaucoma, bladder dysfunction, inflammatory bowel disease, and Huntington's disease. In addition, CBG oil has also been shown to be effective against bacterial infections.
If you're looking for an all-natural way to promote balance in your body, CBG is the way to go. With a wide range of potential health benefits, adding a few drops of CBG oil to your daily regimen is a great way to support your overall health, power and immunity.
The use of CBG oils
When using any type of CBG or hemp product, it is important to start with a low dose and gradually increase as needed. This will allow your body to get used to the product and also minimize the risk of any adverse reactions. In the case of CBG oil, we recommend starting with a 5% concentration and gradually increasing it as needed. For people with really bad pain or other health problems, we recommend using a 10% concentration.
What is the recommended daily dose of CBG oil?
When determining the dosage for individual needs, it is important to remember that one drop of 5% CBG oil is equal to approximately 2 mg of CBG. Detailed article about doseage of cannabinoids in our blog.
The following table lists the recommended daily doses based on the desired effect:
Prevention - from 20 mg per day
Immunity - from 20 mg per day
Minor inflammations - from 15 mg per day
Chronic pain - from 25 mg per day
More other diseases - 50 to 100 mg per day
For serious deseases is good to consider 100mg and more, talk to your doctor first.
How long to use CBG oil?
CBG oil should not be used long term and in high concentrations should be used as needed. For people who want to use CBG oil for immune support or other long-term purposes, we recommend a smaller concentration of 5%. This lower concentration can be taken daily without any negative side effects.
In what forms does CBG occur?
CBG can come in several different forms including:
CBG Oil/Drops: It is an oil that contains a high concentration of CBG along with other cannabinoids and compounds found in hemp.
CBG Flower: This is the unprocessed form of CBG found in some types of cannabis plants.
CBG isolate: This is a highly purified form of CBG that does not contain any other cannabinoids or impurities. CBG isolate is usually used for research purposes.
Synthetic CBG: This is a man-made form of CBG that is not found in nature. It is usually used for research purposes.
CBG Oil and Medicines
CBG is known to interact with some medications, including those used to treat: cancer, HIV/AIDS, inflammation, pain. Some interactions may increase the drug's effect, while others may decrease it. CBG may also interact with other medications not listed here. Therefore, it is always best to consult your doctor before starting use.
CBG oil side effects
CBG can cause some side effects, including dry mouth, red eyes, and fatigue. Some people may also experience paranoia or anxiety when taking CBG. It is important to start with a low dose and increase it slowly to avoid these side effects. If you experience any of these side effects, stop using CBG and consult your doctor.
What to look out for when choosing CBG oil
When choosing CBG oil, make sure the product is:
1. full spectrum
2. lab tested and accredited (COA)
3. produced in GMP and ISO standards
4. the best would be production in your local area
4. try to contact them and ask all your questions :)