CBG – Explained simply
Cannabigerol – never heard of it!
At the beginning of this year, we added our dear Rosmarie to our assortment. Rosmarie is so special because it is our first CBG variety. CBG? Yes, you read that right: CBG stands for cannabigerol.
If you’re thinking: I’ve never heard of that before? What is that supposed to be? Then we say first: Uiuiui, you should probably follow us on social media or sign up for our newsletter 😉 We have already talked about it several times. But because we are so nice, we summarize everything important here again. Don’t worry!
Let’s start from the beginning
The form of cannbigerol that occurs in immature hemp plants and which then becomes CBD, CBG and THC is called CBGa. The A stands for acid. CBGa is a component of the immature cannabis plant.
In our plant, however, it is mainly converted into the most available form of CBG and very little into CBD and THC. The biggest difference with CBD is the way cannibergol interacts with the endocannabinoid system.CBG also has one big thing in common with CBD: it doesn’t get you high. Most people describe its effects as extremely relaxing and, most importantly, very physically noticeable. It is said to have a calming effect in particular. If you couldn’t imagine anything about it, I guess you’ll just have to try it. Especially with sleep disorders, people report the positive effect.
Curious now? Then simply continue here.