Learn About CBG

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
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Analogs

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
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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
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Bioavailability

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
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Cannabinoids

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
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CBG

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?
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