Full Spectrum CBG Oil Tincture & Capsules
“CBG…the mother of all Cannabinoids”
Organic Fractionated Coconut Oil, Organic Full Spectrum Cannabigerol (CBG) Oil
Our CBG Oil Tinctures and Capsules are made with Organic Full Spectrum CBG Oil that we have extracted from quality, organic CBG flower. Full spectrum oil is also called whole plant extract, which means the oil contains all of the compounds that are in the plant, and in the ratios and amounts nature intended.
Tinctures are medications or supplements put into a liquid form. To administer the tincture, drop the desired amount of oil under the tongue, then hold it there for 60-90 seconds, then swallow. This is called sublingual administration, meaning under the tongue. When CBG is taken sublingually, the onset of action is generally within 15 minuets. Sublingual absorption bypasses the GI tract, where stomach acids and bile can break down medication. Sublingual absorption allows the medication to go directly into your bloodstream. This makes tinctures an excellent choice when needing quick relief. CBG oil tinctures may also be directly applied to the skin for a variety of skin conditions.
When CBG is taken in digestible form (Capsule), the therapeutic effects last longer than when taken as a tincture. The onset of action is usually 30-60 minutes, and lasts 6-8 hours. Digestibles should always be taken with Food or Milk (or non-dairy milk). The reason for this is due to CBG being fat soluble. Digestibles are significantly more bioavailable when taken with something fatty, this increases absorption.
What’s the Difference Between CBD & CBG?
CBG stands for cannabigerol, another cannabinoid found in hemp. CBG is non-psychoactive with some similar features to CBD due to its interaction with cannabinoid receptors. While it won’t get you high, CBG it can produce a mild cognitive effect. You may feel more in-tune or focused on whatever you’re working on without over stimulating your brain too much.
CBG and CBD have a different manner of interacting with the ECS. CBG interacts with CB1 and CB2 receptors more directly, while CBD has indirect effect on ECS receptors. CBD molecules can prevent the breakdown of endocannabinoids produced in the body, which prolongs their effects. So basically, CBD makes your own bodies endocannabinoids work harder, while CBG works more directly on the receptor. This, in turn, provides CBG and CBD with different pharmacological effects. CBD is generally more suggested for regulating healthy inflammation levels, while CBG works better for increasing your focus and attention span. You should only use CBG when you really need it. Since CBG binds to CB1 receptors, it can desensitize them over time, making the effects less pronounced.
CBD is a good option to take daily, and CBG can be taken on a as needed basis in conjunction with CBD.
Dosing CBG is similar to CBD, and is very individualized. While some only need 10 mg of CBG, others may need 40 mg or more for the desired effect. The severity of the condition may also affect the dosing and frequency of CBG taken. The typical suggested dose to start at is 10 mg, taken 1-2 times daily. Then you may increase your dose every 3-4 days, if needed, until desired effect is reached.