What is a CBD stick?
A CBD stick is a great way to administer CBD topically to sore muscles and joints. Our CBD sticks come in a convenient size, spread smoothly and work quickly. Continue...Read more
The science of CBG | What is CBG?
What is CBG? CBG, or cannabigerol, is one of more than 100 cannabinoids found in the Cannabis plant genus. CBG (cannabigerol) is the non-acidic version of CBGA (cannabigerol acid), the...Read more
What is CBG? | CBG Benefits | CBD Topical | CBD Stick
One cannabinoid in particular, CBG (cannabigerol), is typically present at about 1%, compared to CBD which can make up 20% of hemp. While CBG has not been talked about nearly as much as CBD or THC, this cannabinoid is really starting to make a name for itself and studies are showing that CBG is the next big thing in hemp. You may be asking yourself, "what is CBG?"Read more
Is CBG the next CBD? | CBG Benefits | CBG | CBG Topicals | CBD Stick
"Some cannabinoids help with pain while others are perfect for sleep and anxiety. Since the passing of the farm bill, CBD has exploded. The question is whether CBD happens to be the best cannabinoid or if there are others that may offer benefits that rival that of CBD."Read more
By now, everyone has heard of THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (cannabidiol), but did you know that there are over 100 cannabinoids found in hemp? One of them, CBG (cannabigerol), is starting to garner a lot of attention.Read more
Which Cannabinoid Is Right For Me?
Due to the recent surge of interest in CBD, many users have a misled perception of the cannabinoid; viewing it as a magical cure-all. It is important to note that while CBD is an amazing cannabinoid with extensive benefits, other cannabinoids also possess similar yet varying medicinal effects. CBG is a perfect example of such a compound.Read more
How Cannabinoids Work In The Human Body
The endocannabinoid system is a unique signaling and communication system in the body. It was discovered through an inquiry into the effects of cannabinoids. The system was found to play a role in various bodily functions, including appetite, sleep, mood, cognition, and motor function.Read more