What is CBGa?
CBGa, (cannabigerolic acid), is the mother of all cannabinoids. It is produced in the cannabis plant as it grows, and as the plant matures it converts itself into THCa, CBDa, CBCa and perhaps even more cannabinoids that have not yet revealed themselves to science. These secondary cannabinoids in turn will convert themselves slowly into the more commonly know THC, CBD, CBC and also CBG as the plant naturally matures and decarboxylates, and are fully converted when high heat is applied, as in smoking, vaping or cooking. (When the carbon molecules are transformed by plant maturity, UV light, heat, and high temperature heat the process is called decarboxylation.)
But how important is CBGa or CBG to our health? A lot less is known about CBGa, the precursor to cannabinoids, than is known about the cannabinoids themselves, because there just hasn’t been that much study on it, but we do know a little and what we know is promising. We know that neither CBGa or CBG will get you high, and according to studies by Steep Hill Labs, (formerly Steep Hill/Halent), CBG binds more to the CB1 receptors in our bodies, (located mostly but not exclusively in the central nervous system), than to CB2 receptors, (located in other peripheral locations and internally such as the digestive tract), and is considered to be classified as an antagonist. And we know they have healing properties.
How much Thc is in our cbd isolate?
Do you manufacture your own cbd isolate?
No, we have partnered with the largest cbd isolate manufacturer which operates out of a 200,000 sq ft building near Denver Colorado. Our CBD Isolate is manufactured in a plant that has iso-9001:2015 as well as CDPHE Licensed as a food manufacturer using CBD.
These are just a few reasons why we have partnered with our manufacturer and the bulk amounts we purchase is how we are able to extend the savings to you.
Do you offer discounts for bulk kg quantities?
Yes, we offer discounts for bulk kg purchases however we will not discuss actual pricing without proof of funds.