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Research CBG

Compared to other more well-known cannabinoids such as THC and CBD, CBG is still relatively new. “On a molecular level, the endocannabinoids found in CBG interact with cell receptors. Research is currently being carried in a variety of different areas in order to understand how CBG impacts biological health.

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Raw Manufacturing

We’ve developed proprietary cannabinoid extraction and hemp oil manufacturing process rooted in natural oil solvents. Our completely raw and low-temperature processes enable us to maintain the integrity of key nutrients and compounds found in hemp — making our products true full-spectrum. We call it, preserving the power of nature.

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Becoming Unlimited

CBG has been shown to interact with and enhance the endocannabinoid system. While the ECS is still being studied by scientists, it’s widely believed that the primary function of the system is to maintain homeostasis within the body. In doing so, it helps to create an optimal environment for internal functionality — removing limitations. Our products combine CBG with nature’s most effective ingredients to achieve synergistic effects and enhance desired outcomes

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Mother of Cannabis

CBGA is the acidic precursor for CBG. All other cannabinoids that are known to humankind, including CBD and THC, all derive from CBGA. In short, without CBGA there are no other cannabinoids. For this reason, we call CBG the mother of cannabinoids.