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CBG is found in lower concentrations than THC and CBD, and it differs from these compounds in a number of ways.  Unlike THC, CBG has no psychoactive properties, and therefore will not get you high. It can be found in some varieties of industrial hemp as well as other, more potent, strains of marijuana. 

Despite often being overlooked in favor of THC and CBD, it seems that CBG could provide a wealth of benefits of its own. However, CBG research is still in its infancy, and there is no doubt that we still have much to learn about CBG. 

Regardless manufacturers and industrial giants are trying to capitalize on an emerging market taking advantage of all the new extraction techniques that are now available.



Cannabigerol (CBG) is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid that plays an important role in the biochemistry of the cannabis plant. CBG acts as a chemical precursor to other cannabinoids such as THC and CBD. This conversion typically takes place 6-8 weeks in the flowering cycle. CBG is present only in trace amounts in most cannabis strains, however some hemp strains are specifically cultivated to generate higher yields of this cannabinoid.

CBG holds promise to be a key constituent in the overall medicinal benefits cannabis may provide. As cannabis research continues to rapidly evolve, CBG may emerge as one of the most therapeutically applicable and diverse cannabinoids to offer a wide range of possible remedies.


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