The 4 CBG Benefits That Will Make It The Next Big Thing

The 4 CBG Benefits That Will Make It The Next Big Thing

  CBG – what is it? CBG stands for cannabigerol.   CBG is the most abundant cannabinoid in the hemp plant, and is considered to be one of a group of “non-intoxicating” cannabinoids. There are over 100 phytochemicals in cannabis known as cannabinoids, which are pharmacologically active and produce the various health benefits seen with the plant. CBG has been shown to have incredible potential in both human and animal health benefits, including anti-inflammatory, anti-pain, anti-bacterial, antibiotic and antibacterial properties. Cannabinoids are derived from cannabigerol. It transforms into THCa and CBDa, which are unprocessed raw forms of THC and CBD, respectively. CBG is a naturally occurring cannabinoid that has gained popularity in recent years. This cannabinoid has been shown to have a number of health effects, such as reducing inflammation and the growth of skin and other cancer cells, as well as having benefits for those with Crohn’s disease.   What is a CBG Flower? Hempzilla CBG hemp flowers are cannabis flowers that contain high levels of cannabigerol (CBG). CBG is a non-intoxicating cannabinoid that has been shown to have a wide range of potential health benefits.   Why Does Hemp Produce Cannabinoids? While many mammals do have endocannabinoid systems, cannabis is unique in that it produces “phytocannabinoids” — plant-based cannabinoids such as tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD). In fact, these phytocannabinoids are produced by the plant so that it can protect itself from predators or harsh climates. Cannabinoids are believed to protect the cannabis plant from harsh environmental conditions, such as bright sunlight and high temperatures. Cannabinoid compounds also assist in protecting against pests. Many cannabinoids have antibacterial and antifungal properties. A hemp flowering plant begins to produce CBG around 3/4 weeks after blooming. Plants can produce THC, CBG, or CBC when exposed to UV radiation from the sun.…

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