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New CBG Tincture - 900MG's - Cibadol 

Our potent CBG tincture features 900mg of pure, hemp-derived CBG isolate sourced from our own Colorado farms.

Also referred to as “the stem cell of the hemp plant”, CBG is a naturally-occurring cannabinoid that’s present at low levels, usually less than 1%, in most cannabis strains.
In order to achieve our highly-concentrated tincture, we’ve spent years in research and development breeding high CBG hemp genetics, utilizing our proprietary extraction process, and innovating with our industry-leading expertise.

While CBG is considered a minor cannabinoid due to its low-occurring levels, this unique molecule is gaining momentum with more scientific research and public interest.

Formulated with MCT coconut oil, our CBG tincture offers full versatility.
Enjoy sublingually, add to your favorite recipes, or even apply it topically. Mix and match with your favorite CBD products for your own custom cannabinoid therapy routine!

CBG Tincture - The "Mother" Of All Cannabinoids

A true revolution in the cannabis world, Cibadol CBG Tincture takes recent innovations one step further by making additional cannabinoids accessible to consumers.

Based on cutting-edge research, this premium tincture is designed to allow maximum absorption of cannabigerol, one of the most powerful cannabinoids known to mankind.

MCT oil and non-GMO sunflower lecithin work hand-in-hand to increase bioavailability of CBG, allowing the compound to assume maximum effectiveness post consumption.

Once ingested or applied topically to the skin, CBG may support the body in numerous physiological functions, including immune system responses, sleep cycle regulation, inflammatory responses, and response to pain. 

CBG For Energy? 

Emerging evidence is revealing CBG’s potential as a powerful chemical agent. Still more research is needed, but the insight we have gained looks promising.

The most popular reason for someone to try CBG is for energy, and as a pick-me-up throughout the day.  Some users have reported being able to kick the habit of energy drinks, cut back on coffee, or eliminate other harmful stimulants thanks to CBG.

We encourage everyone to do a simple "Google Search" about CBG to find more about the potential benefits this new Cannabinoid could provide. 

Science Behind How CBG Is Formed

Cannabidiol (CBD) and Cannabigerol (CBG) are both cannabinoids found naturally in the hemp plant. They are produced at different stages of the plant’s life. As the young hemp plant grows, it begins by producing CBGA, or cannabigerolic acid, which is the precursor to all cannabinoids in the hemp plant. 

The process continues as CBGA is then converted via enzymes, heat, and UV light into THCA, CBDA, and CBCA. Each of these precursors undergoes chemical changes to become (respectively) THC, CBD, and CBC. 

From the CBGA that is left over after this process, a small amount becomes CBG. So while both CBD and CBG start out as CBGA, each cannabinoid is formed at a different stage of the hemp plant’s lifecycle.

What Is CBG?

CBG, or cannabigerol, is a non-intoxicating cannabinoid found in cannabis plants, including the hemp plants used to produce hemp oil. All strains of hemp produce the precursor of CBG, called CBGA (or cannabigerolic acid) early in their lifecycle.

Over time, this acid transforms into cannabinoids, including CBD, CBC, THC, a small amount of CBG, and many more, leaving behind only trace amounts of CBGA. Because of the low levels of CBG found in most strains, CBG is considered a minor cannabinoid.

Some strains of hemp have been bred to produce high levels of CBG from the CBGA produced early in the plant’s lifecycle, forgoing the production of the other cannabinoids. As with CBD and THC, CBG interacts with the CB1 and CB2 cannabinoid receptors found throughout the body.

What Is CBG Oil?

In its natural form, CBG is bound up in the hemp plant. While there are ways to use the CBG found in the plant, such as smoking or cooking with the material, those aren’t attractive options to many people. In its pure, isolated form, CBG is a powdery substance.

However, CBG isolate powder lacks other health-supporting cannabinoids and terpenes, and most especially loses out on the “entourage effect.” One way to produce CBG Oil is to reconstitute the oil from CBG isolate and a carrier oil, with the option to add in other cannabinoids and terpenes to recreate the entourage effect.

CBG Oil can also be produced from the aerial parts of CBG-dominant hemp strains, which naturally contain other cannabinoids (such as CBD) and terpenes found in the plant.

Where Is The Hemp Cannabinoid Market Headed?

CBD is by far the most popular Cannabinoid in the legal U.S. Cannabis market right now, with THC right behind it. These two cannabinoids are what most of the general population has become familiar with over the last few years.

When CBN & CBG products first hit the Hemp market, there was cause for excitement from every stakeholder in the industry.

These new Cannabinoids allowed for more specific recommendations to better suit individual needs.  As you're probably aware, we cannot make specific claims or guarantees on what these products will do for someone.  But, because they are different compounds, they could produce different results for each individual person.

CBN has become known to provide more sleep support than CBD, because CBN can have more "sedative" effects than CBD.  For some, CBD has become a staple in their nightly routine as a way to relax, which could result in a better nights rest.

However, CBD hasn't been the best solution for everyone when it comes to finding a natural sleep aid, and so CBN has entered the conversation as an alternative Cannabinoid for consumers to try.  

This same philosophy has also been applied to CBG.  CBG is thought to produce more uplifting, energetic feelings compared to CBD.  Because CBG could produce more energy for a specific individual, this could produce a better result for a person looking for a midday pick-me-up.

While we don't have a crystal ball, it's clear to many within the Hemp industry that mixing & matching different Cannabinoids will be the future of CBD.  For some, CBD is exactly what they need, for others it may be a combination of CBD, CBG, CBN, THC, and more.

Because everyone is affected differently by Cannabis, having a wider variety of options brings more opportunity for everyone to find the best plant-based health option for themselves. 

How Could CBG Make You Feel?

While CBG is not a stimulant, it does give a feeling of energy and focus that is similar to the effects of coffee. Users report being able to focus on one task for longer periods of time, with increased levels of productivity.

A common use of CBG is as a pick-me-up which has a much more controllable serving size than coffee thanks to the use of a precise dropper.

Overall, CBG effects on the perceptual level are more of an “upper” than a “downer.”

CBG can also help your digestive system continue to feel like it’s functioning properly, as many of the cannabinoid receptors CBG interacts with are located in the digestive system. In addition, many users report mood support from consistent CBG usage.

How Is CBG Made?

Cannabis plants, including the hemp plants used to produce hemp oil, produce CBGA (cannabigerolic acid), the forerunner to the three major cannabinoid precursors: THCA (tetrahydrocannabinolic acid), CBDA (cannabidiolic acid), and CBCA (cannabichromenic acid).

CBGA is broken down by enzymes in the cannabis plant and by heat and UV light to “funnel” the CBGA toward one of those three main lines. From the CBGA left over from this conversion process, a lower amount of CBG is formed via decarboxylation. Because the CBGA is transformed during these processes, very little is left behind.

Some CBG strains of cannabis have been bred to produce large amounts of CBG from the cannabigerolic acid, which comes at the expense of lower levels of the other cannabinoids.

Another method to preserve high CBG content in hemp oil is to perform extraction on the plants at about 6 weeks into an 8-week flowering cycle.

Cibadol Difference

Cibadol Seed to Shelf vertical integration provides you the highest quality, lowest priced CBD products in the industry.

As we discussed here, Cibadol is one of the most affordable & trustworthy CBD brands on the market today.

All Cibadol products are derived of their own genetics and seed on farms that use all natural organic farming methods.

Using State-of-the-Art Co2 Extraction, these CBD-rich Hemp Oil products are made in a Certified GMP facility to ensure the highest possible standards.  

Priced fairly, with extremely high Milligram counts, Cibadol is one of the most trusted names in the CBD world today. 



Why Only Products From The U.S. Hemp Authority™?

When it comes to knowing if you can trust the CBD products you're buying, it all begins with regulation.  At the current moment, the FDA has decided against regulating CBD, instead allowing for the free market to regulate itself.

This obvious mistake by the FDA has led directly to the formation of the U.S. Hemp Authority™

The U.S. Hemp Authority™ aims to bring more consumer confidence to the Hemp market through their certification program which promotes high standards and best practices for all things Hemp.  

We have deliberately chosen products only from this certification due to the strict rules they require all companies to follow.  You can read in more detail about their stringent certification process, who all can be certified, and why it really matters to every stakeholder in the industry in our blog post here.

Each brand that falls under the U.S. Hemp Authority™ umbrella of certified products inherently believes their products are the best. Our job here at Certified Hemp Hub is to not make a decision on which product/brand is the best for everyone, simply the one that best suites you.

Additional Information & Ingredients:

  • Contains 900 mg of pure CBG isolate sourced from Colorado hemp farms
  • Formulated with MCT oil to increase bioavailability
  • Can be ingested on its own, added to food/beverage, or applied to the skin
  • Antibacterial properties may help fight infections
  • CBG may also help support inflammatory responses, reduce pain, add energy, and alleviate intraocular eye pressure
  • Can be consumed sublingually by placing beneath the tongue or added to food or beverages
  • Tincture format provides quick absorption and offers a way to control exactly how strong you want your dosage to be
  • Discreet and easy to take.  This small container can be easily fit into a purse, backpack, or small drawer.
  • U.S. Hemp Authority Certified
  • GMP Certified
  • Kosher Certified
  • Made in the U.S.A
  • Lab Test
  • Non-GMO Hemp Oil
  • Gluten-Free

 

Suggested Use: Place one dropper (1mL or 20 twenty drops) under your tongue and hold for at least 30 to 60 seconds before swallowing. Dosage and frequency vary from individual to individual, making self-experimentation key. You can also add our broad-spectrum tincture to your favorite recipes or beauty treatments.

Ingredients: Fractionated Coconut Oil, Non-GMO Sunflower Lecithin, CBG Isolate


FDA Disclaimer: Any statements made within this website have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. No products produced, manufactured, marketed, or distributed are intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Consult your physician before beginning any supplements or botanical extracts. If pregnant or breast feeding, consult with your physician before use. For use by adults 18+. Keep out of reach of children.