Mother of all Cannabinoids
What is CBG? the Mother of all Cannabinoids.

Mother of all Cannabinoids

CBGA, the acidic precursor to cannabigerol (CBG), is the genesis of many major cannabinoids derived from cannabis – including cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). The biosynthetic pathway, or lifecycle, of…

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Cannabinoids exist not in a single state, but rather multiple versions go a source molecule called an acidic precursor. These variants are called analogs. This is significant to health and…

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ECS Receptor Types

The endocannabinoid system is populated by millions of specialized cellular receptors that bind perfectly with both endocannabinoids (such as anandamide and 2-AG) and the phytocannabinoids from cannabis, such as CBG…

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Technically speaking, bioavailability is the amount of a molecule or chemical that is readily available in the bloodstream. In terms of the consumption of CBG and CBD products, bioavailability features…

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What's a Cannabinoid? Simply speaking, cannabinoids are molecules that exist naturally in both the human body and cannabis plants. Cannabinoids from cannabis are called phytocannabinoids to differentiate themfrom similar molecules…

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You’ve probably heard of popular chemotypes like Sativa and Indica, or the lesser-known Ruderalis, but did you know scientists have discovered a possible 4th chemotype? Research goes back as far…

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