- CBG is the mother of all cannabinoids and you can get yours in a 30mL bottle with Head & Heal's 600mg “Focus” CBG Tincture Oil
- USDA Certified Organic
- Locally sourced out of Cortland NY
- 10mg CBG and 10mg CBD per Serving
- Full-Spectrum Oil - Contains No Greater Than 0.3% THC
Here at 4Fathers Organics, we try to always deliver the best solutions possible for our customers. But sometimes ‘the best’ is not enough. To truly satisfy our clients, we also have to be innovative. With that in mind, we decided to partner with Head & Heal to offer you something truly amazing - the organic CBG tincture oil!
We know that sometimes it is next to impossible to properly concentrate on your tasks. Fortunately, organic CBG oil might be able to put you in a state of focus without having to drink gallons of coffee and becoming all jittery as a result.
Head & Heal’s organic CBG oil is certified USDA Organic, meaning that it was produced in accordance with the strictest regulations and no prohibited substances or methods were ever used in the manufacturing process. To make it even better, this organic CBG oil is all-American, sourced straight out of Cortland, NY.
Each bottle contains 30ml of premium-made organic CBG oil, which translates to exactly 600mg of CBG. A single serving is equally impressive here - with each milliliter, you’re getting 20mg of high-quality substance, or to be more specific, 10mg of CBG and 10mg of CBD. And as CBG is more potent than the traditional CBD, this bottle might last you longer than you expect!
The organic CBG oil we offer is made using the full-spectrum organic hemp extract, meaning that it contains all of the essential compounds you may need! What’s more, there is no risk of getting high after consuming the Head & Heal organic CBG oil, as it contains no more than 0.3% of THC!
Get the best CBG oil now and see for yourself how much your focus improves!
Organic CBG Tincture Oil FAQ
What Is CBG?
CBG, also known as cannabigerol, is one of the cannabinoids naturally found in hemp and cannabis plants. Often called the ‘mother of all cannabinoids’, CBG is considered to be a precursor to many other compounds. The acidic form of CBG, CBG-A, breaks down when heated (or exposed to UV light) to form not only the CBG itself but also CBD, THC, and even CBC.
Unlike several other cannabinoids, CBG does not occur in hemp and cannabis plants in high concentrations. Many cannabis strains only have around 1% of CBG. In comparison, most cannabis plants tend to contain up to 25% of CBD and up to 30% of THC.
As CBG is naturally converted into CBD and THC when cannabis or hemp develops, CBG is usually obtained from younger plants or plants specifically bread for high CBG concentration.
What Are CBG Oils?
As the name suggests, CBG oil is a product that contains a large concentration of cannabigerol (CBG).
There are a few ways CBG oil can be created. The most popular approaches are the CO2 or ethanol extraction methods. For example, the CO2 extraction process might be used to retrieve delicate terpenes from the CBG-rich biomass, while the ethanol approach extracts the rest of the valuable compounds.
Once the cannabinoids and terpenes are collected from the hemp plants, the solution needs to be treated with heat (in vacuum conditions) to get rid of the leftover gas. As the process finishes, you’re left with a high-purity CBG concentrate.
What Are the Differences Between CBG and CBD?
As mentioned before, CBG is also known as the ‘mother of all cannabinoids’. That’s because the compound known as CBG-A can transform into other cannabinoids, including CBD, when subjected to heat or UV light.
CBD and CBG share some superficial similarities. Unlike the Delta-9 THC and Delta-8 THC, both CBD and CBG oils are non-intoxicating, meaning that you won’t get high from consuming them. Also, these two compounds both act on the endocannabinoid system.
However, the differences between CBD and CBG are more striking. CBG does not have the same molecular structure as CBD, which in turn influences the bioavailability and how it binds with receptors. CBD is a partial agonist of the CB2 receptor. On the other hand, CBG seems to bind directly with both the CB1 and CB2 receptors.
CBG is also much more scarcely occurring than the CBD compound. Cannabidiol levels in many organic hemp plants can be even 25 times higher than those of CBG.
Perhaps the biggest difference between those two compounds is that there has been one instance where the FDA approved a medical product containing CBD (Epidiolex). As of now, no FDA-approved drugs contain CBG.
What Are the Benefits of CBG Oil?
Although CBG is not as well-understood as its more popular cousin, CBD, CBG oil might have some beneficial effects on its users. CBG oil may have the potential to:
- Improve your ability to focus on the tasks at hand.
- Support a healthy appetite.
- Promote general health and wellness.
- Promote relaxation and healthy stress levels.
- Support healthy inflammatory response.
- Support healthy metabolic processes.
Is CBG Good For Your Brain?
CBG oil might also have a beneficial effect on your brain.
CBG oil can be used to promote alertness, meaning that your mind might feel snappier and more able to focus on work or any other activities requiring high concentration.
As you know stress is not only detrimental to our bodies but can also harm the brain. Constant high levels of stress can impact our cognition or mood and even damage brain cells. Fortunately, CBG used in conjunction with CBD might be able to support healthy stress levels.
Lack of sleep can also negatively affect our brains. Sleep is one of the processes crucial to correctly restoring neurons and neurotransmitters in the brain. CBG used alongside other cannabinoids may help promote a healthy sleep cycle.
What Does Full-Spectrum Mean?
As you know, the Head & Heal’s organic CBG oil is based on a full-spectrum hemp extract. In essence, that means that the product contains other cannabinoids that naturally occur in the hemp plant. For example, apart from CBG itself, the full-spectrum CBG oil can also include:
- CBD, or cannabidiol, a non-intoxicating compound that is often used to support relaxation, good mood, and general health.
- CBN, or cannabinol, a compound often defined as a weaker version of the THC.
- Trace amounts of THC, the main psychoactive substance naturally present in hemp and cannabis plants.
- Various terpenes such as myrcene, humulene, pinene, limonene, or beta-caryophyllene.
- Different flavonoids present in hemp, including cannflavin A and cannflavin B.
The difference between full-spectrum CBG oil and broad-spectrum CBG oil solutions is that broad-spectrum extracts don’t contain THC. There is also a third type of CBG product, called isolate CBG oil. Unlike the full-spectrum hemp extract, isolate CBG oil doesn't include anything aside from the pure CBG itself.
CBG Oil Dosage - How Much Should I Take?
Similar to CBD oils, dosing CBG oils is a highly personal matter. Your perfect full-spectrum CBG oil dose can depend on a number of factors such as your age, liver metabolism, or any existing health conditions.
How much organic CBG oil you need to take can also depend on your goal. For example, using organic CBG oil to promote your alertness and focus will require lower doses than say, supporting restful sleep or healthy stress levels.
The best approach to taking full-spectrum CBG oil products is to start with low doses and slowly increase them until you get your desired effect. In general, we can consider anything between 20mg to 50mg of full-spectrum CBG oil as a good average daily dose. When taken sublingually, you should feel the first effects of CBG oil after 15 minutes or so.
Does CBG Oil Have Side Effects?
As of now, there is not enough research concerning the possible side effects of CBG oil. Just like CBD oil, CBG oil seems to be well-tolerated. However, some users report side effects or dry mouth or eyes, or general sleepiness.
When it comes to drug interactions, it's better to err on the side of caution and ask your doctor what sort of prescription medications can interact negatively with CBG oils.
How Do You Store Your CBG Oils?
To maximize the chances of getting beneficial effects from using CBG oils, you need to know how to store them properly. The rules are very similar for both the CBD and CBG. Exposure to heat and UV light could decrease the integrity and potency of CBD and CBG oils, so make sure to keep them in a cool and dark place. In most cases, hemp oil can be stored in a fridge.
How To Take Your CBG Oils?
In general, there are two ways to take your full-spectrum CBG oil.
The first method involves taking it sublingually. You just need to shake the bottle, fill the dropper with CBG extract and place the specific number of drops under your tongue. Now all that's left to do is to hold the oil sublingually for the next minute or so and swallow the extract.
There are two issues with this method. First, it might be hard to correctly count the number of drops that you're taking. After all, taking CBG sublingually means that you can't fully see your dropper, only feel it with your tongue. The other problem is related to taste. Some people might simply dislike the earthy flavor of the whole plant hemp extract.
The solution is simple - you just have to combine your CBG with food or beverages. For example, there's nothing to stop you from adding some of your full-spectrum CBG oil to your favorite salad or cookies. It's also possible to mix a few drops of your CBG tincture with a cocktail or a smoothie.