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What Is CBG?

CBD, or cannabidiol, has become increasingly popular in recent years, and CBD products have been taking over the market. While most consumers are aware of cannabinoids like THC and CBD, there are other lesser-known cannabinoids that can also offer many benefits.

One cannabinoid that has been steadily gaining attention over the years is CBG, or cannabigerol. Here is some information on CBG, how it’s made, and what effects or benefits it could potentially have:

What Is CBG?

CBG, or cannabigerol, is a cannabinoid that is most commonly found in cannabis strains that are low in THC and contain high amounts of CBD, such as hemp. CBG is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid that interacts with the endocannabinoid system present in the human body and in animals, which can have certain physiological effects. While studies regarding CBG are still in the early stages, the results found in current CBG tests have been extremely promising.

How Is CBG Made?

CBG is present in most cannabis strains in low levels. However, the cannabigerolic acid (CBGA) produced in cannabis plants is generally converted to different ratios of THC and CBD, with only a small portion of it converting to CBG. In order to acquire higher yields of CBG, many hemp growers have been cross-breeding different cannabis strains, as well as extracting CBG from budding cannabis plants, which tend to have higher levels of CBG.

What Are The Potential Effects & Benefits of CBG?

While it should be stated that CBG studies are still ongoing and aren’t conclusive thus far, certain studies have shown that CBG can have potentially therapeutic effects and benefits for the human body. Some of the benefits that have been observed in current studies regarding CBG include (but are not limited to):

  • Pain relief
  • Anti-anxiety/anti-depressant effects
  • Potential symptom relief for certain conditions
  • Natural muscle relaxant
  • Anti-bacterial/anti-microbial/anti-fungal properties
  • Neuro-protective effects
  • Bone-strengthening capabilities

As research into the effects of CBG on the human body continues, it’s possible that there will be many more promising discoveries with regards to CBG use for health and wellness.

About Our CBG Products:

At Sunny Skies CBD, we have recently launched our CBD+CBG Tinctures in 900mg, 1500mg, and 3000mg dosing options! These unflavored tinctures feature a 1:1 CBD to CBG ratio and can be found here.

Product Information:

– 450mg CBD and 450mg CBG in 900mg CBD+CBG Tincture

– 750mg CBD and 750mg CBG in 1500mg CBD+CBG Tincture

– 1500mg CBD and 1500mg CBG in 3000mg CBD+CBG Tincture.

– Does not contain THC (0.00% THC).

– Hold under your tongue for 60-90 and experience faster absorption and higher bioavailability than edibles, capsules, and beverage products.

– All tinctures are 1oz (30ml).

– Ingredients: CBD Isolate, CBG Isolate, MCT Oil.

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To learn more about how CBG is made and extracted, feel free to ask your local hemp growers and CBG product manufacturers at Sunny Skies CBD today, or visit our lab in Durand, Wisconsin. You can also click here to browse our wide selection of CBD products.

**Standard Disclaimer: CBD is not FDA-approved. We make no such claims that using our products will guarantee relief. Moreover, research regarding CBD is still ongoing and in the early stages.**

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1) making high-quality products

2) operating in an open and transparent manner

3) building an independently-owned and operated family business

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About Sunny Skies:

CBD ProductsSunny Skies CBD is a locally-owned hemp grower, hemp processor, and CBD product manufacturer based in Durand, Wisconsin, USA. Sunny Skies CBD was founded in January of 2019 by Ben Rippley and Pete Adler, and is a vertically-integrated CBD company that grows and processes its own hemp, manufactures products in a high-tech laboratory, and sells its products nationally across the USA.

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