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Cannabigerol (CBG) – Top 10 FAQs | Steve’s Goods Fine Hemp


Cannabigerol (CBG) is a cannabinoid found in both the hemp and marijuana genetics of the cannabis plant. This cannabinoid breaks down into many (or perhaps even all) other cannabinoids during digestion, including THC, THCA, THCV, CBD, CBDA, CBDV, CBC, AND CBCA. These are among just a few of the important 120 cannabinoids that have been identified. Thus, Cannabigerol is often referred to using the title “Mother of All Cannabinoids,” as it is the base cannabinoid molecule at the center of formation in all others.


Will Cannabigerol Get You High?

CBG is non-psychoactive. It will not inhibit the user’s mental state, meaning it will not ‘get you high.’ Cannabigerol shares many properties with CBD, most of which would be referred to in the context of therapeutic, and that’s fantastic because it comes from nature.




Why Do We Need Cannabinoids Like Cannabigerol?

The human body craves cannabinoids. Each of us is equipped with an internal cannabinoid system that behaves and supports us in a similar fashion to our metabolisms. The endocannabinoid system is the body’s way of creating balance and harmony during macro-environmental changes.


Does CBG Help With Bodily Discomfort?

Discomfort is the body’s way of signaling to us that something is wrong. At times, we all feel worn-out from excessive stress spanning years of hard work and varieties of physical demands. Maybe you feel this way from manual labor, or perhaps you had a hard workout. Whatever your source of discomfort is from CBG oil is worthwhile short-term supplementation to look into.


Is CBG As A Rest Supplement?

Rest is vital for health and wellness. It affects your mood, energy levels, mental function, and wellbeing. Not being able to sleep can be frustrating and ongoing struggles with lack of sleep are generally considered unhealthy. CBG oil may help to calm the mind and body to help you temporarily supplement for a more complete night of rest.


Other CBG Questions & Answers

Does Cannabigerol Mix Well With Other Cannabinoids Like Cannabidiol (CBD)?

CBG is the base molecule from which CBD is produced and eventually through the maturation of the plant becomes hemp’s common major cannabinoid. It is quite alright to combine the two. Steve’s Goods makes a practice of complimenting CBD with boosted or amplified amounts of controlled Cannabigerol for an added balance and a targeted feel during supplementation.


Can CBG Be Overused?

The truth is, any substance or product (can) be overused and even abused, like say, for instance, water. Though cannabis science and industry studies regarding the effects and health implications of CBG have a long way to go, it should be noted that cautionary short-term use and attention to serving size directions should impact most customers positively, and should do so without high risks of adverse health effects.


Does Non-Supplemental Use Of Cannabigerol Lend Itself To Any Side Effects?

Recent studies have been conducted monitoring servings of up to 300 mg daily, administered orally, and spanning up to 6-months of studies. Higher total servings (up to 1500 mg daily) have been subjects of 4-week scientific studies. In some cases, side effects included some reports of dry mouth, other observations of drowsiness, and a few occurrences of lightheadedness.


Who Does Cannabigerol Work For?

The typical CBG products customer at Steve’s Goods is a person who faces strenuous activities as commonplace in his/her day-to-day activities and needs relief or supplements to ease wear-and-tear regularly. This customer is health-conscious and is likely in need of short-term supplementation for issues that are not permanent or even semi-permanent. 

Steve’s Goods does not recommend our CBG products as a suitable replacement for prescriptions, treatments, or medications.

We encourage all customers to research hemp and to consult with a doctor or medical professional in advance of using products along with prescriptions or other medicines.


Any More Useful Info About CBG From Hemp Studies & Observations?

In rare cases, observations in controlled review recorded liver damage associated with high-potency servings of Cannabigerol supplemented over long periods of time, though the jury is largely still out as to whether CBG was the cause or was simply being administered during the discovery of said observations. For almost all individuals taking suggested amounts CBG is mostly safe. We highly encourage consulting the serving size chart attached to each product, and not increasing serving size beyond recommendations.


What Are The Top Cannabigerol Products From Steve’s Goods?


CBG Isolate:

In our opinion, CBG greatly enhances CBD products. It is very difficult to make due to it breaking down during the process of photosynthesis into other cannabinoids. It is best used in dabbing, eating, and enriching home products.


CBG Slab:

This crystal of 99% pure CBG is the first of its kind. A year of specialized research and development went into developing the perfect process, taste, and smell. It is very important to us to produce a consistent, quality product. Each step is vigorously done right. We pay for unbiased 3rd-party testing on each batch.


CBG Tincture:

This product is sold in 15 mL or 30 mL bottles spanning a range of formulation potencies, all of which maintain a CBD to CBG ratio of 20:1. A few drops of any of these tinctures directly on or under the tongue, or added into food, or even dripped into a drink. Tinctures have a longer shelf life, are more bio-available for metabolism, and generally taste better than many hemp supplement alternatives.


CBG Gummies:

AM Gummies from Steve’s Goods come in bottles of 45 gummy cubes, each containing 5 mg of Cannabigerol isolate. 1-2 gummies per day equals an average serving size. These are a quick way to control a serving of hemp CBG and get on about your day.


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