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CBG is an important ally for taking care of your psychophysical balance .

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What is CBG and how does it work?

Cannabigerol (CBG) is a compound extracted from the cannabis/hemp plant, known to interact with the endocannabinoid system of the human body. CBG is a phytocannabinoid, which is a cannabinoid produced naturally from a plant.

Benefits of CBG: An Overview of Potential Uses

Research indicates potential benefits of CBG:

  1. Cannabinoids are effective in treating dermatological conditions thanks to their anti-inflammatory properties and can inhibit the production of keratocytes, which is linked to conditions such as psoriasis. The application of CBD and CBG products to the skin can be useful in skin diseases.
  2. Cannabigerol has been shown to counteract the proliferation of bacteria, including antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
  3. CBG has been studied for its antiemetic properties, i.e. its ability to reduce vomiting and nausea.
  4. Huntington's syndrome is a genetic disorder that causes problems with muscle coordination and mental faculties. There is evidence that CBG could help protect neurons and preserve the brain, improving the ability to move in patients with this disease.
  5. A 2006 Italian study found that CBG and other phytocannabinoids can treat multiple cancers, such as human breast cancer.
  6. Useful in the treatment of glaucoma, thanks to its ability to lower intraocular pressure.
What are the differences between CBG and CBD?

CBG (cannabigerol) and CBD (cannabidiol) are both cannabinoids derived from the cannabis plant, but they differ in their properties and concentrations. CBG is considered the precursor to other cannabinoids, while CBD is more widely studied for its beneficial health effects.

How is CBG taken?

CBG can be taken in a variety of ways, including oils and tinctures, capsules, creams, edibles, and hemp flowers.

The choice depends on personal preferences and desired effectiveness.

How Much CBG Should You Take?

There is no universal dose as it varies from person to person. It is recommended to start with low doses and gradually increase until you find the appropriate level. Consulting a healthcare professional may be helpful.

CBG Addiction Potential: Myths and Reality

Current evidence, in both animal and human studies, indicates no risk of physical dependence or abuse associated with CBG intake.

What dosage of CBG is right for me?

The response to the effects of CBG varies considerably from person to person and can be influenced by the route of intake and the amount used. Determining the ideal dosage requires gradual individual adjustment. Many suggest starting with a low dose and carefully monitoring response. If necessary, it is advisable to gradually increase the dosage until the desired level of benefits is achieved. It is strongly recommended that you consult a medical professional for personalized guidance in determining the dosage best suited to your needs

Why CBD-CBG together have greater power?

CBD and CBG are two cannabinoids that perfectly integrate their respective therapeutic properties, enhancing their effectiveness. CBD relieves chronic pain, while CBG has an analgesic effect on acute pain, thanks to its action on anandamide which improves the response of the endocannabinoid system.

Is CBG addictive?

Currently, there is no scientific evidence to suggest risks of physical dependence or abuse related to CBG intake, either in animal or human studies.

What is the entourage effect?

The entourage effect refers to the synergistic action of various cannabis compounds, which combined together give better results.

What is the endocannabinoid system?

The endocannabinoid system constitutes a complex network of receptors, enzymes and endocannabinoids present in the central and peripheral nervous system of the human organism. It mainly includes the CB1, CB2 receptors and others still under study such as CB3. These receptors play crucial roles in the transport and regulation of cellular signals.

The endocannabinoid system regulates a wide range of physiological functions, including the management of pain, mood, appetite, sleep, and immune responses. They produce the body's own endocannabinoids that act on these receptors to maintain homeostasis, i.e. the body's internal balance.

Cannabidiol (CBD), one of the cannabinoids extracted from the cannabis plant, interacts with this system, showing cellular protection against oxidation, which is why it is considered promising in cosmetic applications. The synergy between CBD and other natural ingredients can help promote feelings of well-being and relaxation in products dedicated to personal well-being.

Can I use CBG together with medications?

At the moment, there are no sufficient studies on the interaction of CBG with drugs. It is advisable to consult a doctor or pharmacist for more information and precautions.

Can I take CBG during pregnancy?

Despite the lack of studies highlighting negative effects of CBG on pregnant women, as a precaution, we do not recommend taking CBG during this period. If you take medications regularly, it is advisable to consult a doctor to avoid potential side effects.

What is the difference between CBG isolate and full spectrum CBG?

CBD isolate is a purified hemp extract, obtained from the plant or synthesized in the laboratory, containing exclusively CBG and no other additional components or cannabinoids.

Full-spectrum CBG oil, on the other hand, contains all relevant components of the hemp plant, such as cannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids (CBD, CBDa, CBN, CBG, CBC, etc.). This type of oil exploits the entourage effect, where the various active ingredients of the plant interact, enhancing each other. This promotes greater bioavailability.

Why does CBG have a high cost?

The price of CBG is justified by the complex and labor-intensive production process. Here are some aspects of our production process:

  • Producing small quantities of CBG requires a significant amount of plant matter, even more than CBD because it is present in lower concentrations.
  • Cultivation of hemp plants compliant with GMP guidelines
  • Our hemp is harvested by hand so as not to deteriorate the raw material
  • Need for specialized laboratory personnel and equipment.

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