White Label CBG
Get Ready For The Next Big Thing
With all of the new science and news coming out every day about CBD…there is another kid on the block that is going to be massive. We are talking about CBG. CBG stands for Cannabigerol, and while it is a less known cannabinoid at the moment, many scientists are saying that this is will be one of the biggest in years to come. Maxvera is filling shelves all over the country with nutritional, and CBD products are now we are offering private label and white label CBG in our product line.
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What Is CBG?
While many may be familiar with cannabidiol or CBD oil, which is used to treat a wide variety of conditions, CBG or Cannabigerol may not be quite as familiar. With the legalization of industrial hemp in 2018, CBD oil has spread almost like wildfire across the US. Perhaps not surprisingly, this has also spurred interest in CBG. But what is CBG, how does it work, and is it right for your needs?
Definition of CBG
CBG is a cannabinoid that is non-psychoactive and is involved in the biochemistry of the plant that produces cannabis. Although present in cannabis plants, it is only in trace amounts unless it has been cultivated for that purpose. CBG can be considered a precursor for THC and CBD cannabinoids.
CBG displays some similar properties to CBD but has its unique variations as well. Many consider it an excellent treatment thanks to its high level of antioxidants, antibacterial, and antifungal qualities. Such properties mean that CBG does have some uses in terms of treatments for certain conditions.
How CBG Works
Because CBG interacts with the CB1 along with CB2 receptors, one of its functions is to inhibit the psychoactive effects associated with THC. However, CBG is believed to boost the property known as anandamide. This is a natural endocannabinoid that is present in the body and helps to increase levels of dopamine.
Additional dopamine that is produced naturally means that your sleep, appetite, and mood may be improved as a result. CBG has also shown promise in helping those with depression feel better, although it cannot be considered a cure for the condition.
There are several benefits that CBG does offer, which may be worth checking out. Basically, CBG seems to have the advantages that cannabis provides to the body without the inclusion of THC.
Antibacterial & Antifungal: Both of these properties are not only good sterilizers in terms of killing bacterial and fungal infections but also in being a proper treatment for MRSA.
Cancer-Fighting Properties: While CBG is no cure for cancer, it does contain many antioxidant properties that are known to counteract the early development of certain types of cancer. In other words, people who take antioxidants regularly have a lower chance of contracting certain types of cancer.
Greater Sense of Wellbeing: This is a condition created by the effects CBG has on the mind and body. You are not necessarily healthier, but you are more relaxed, comfortable, and have a greater ability to focus. Add to this the anti-inflammatory effects of CBG, and the result is a greater sense of wellbeing.
CBG may not be as popular as CBD yet, but it will be very soon. If you are looking to add potential health benefits to your clients, then white labeling a CBG line may be the answer.