- CBG’s raw state precedes CBD and THC.
- CBG is presently legal in every state because it is not considered a scheduled drug.
The CBD and cannabis industries are growing more competitive by the day, especially as the federal government prepares to take the latter’s schedule 1 classification away. However, some companies are working on launching products with other cannabinoids found in this plant, like CBG.
CBG, or cannabigerol, is a minor compound that is entirely legal (as long as it is not combined with an illegal drug), and research links it to the relief of inflammation, pain, and anxiety. In its raw and unprocessed state, it precedes both THC and CBD, and it's often found in remedies that are high in CBD and low in THC, but a product launch from Goodekind now places it center stage.
According to a press release from PRNewswire, the Goodekind brand has just launched a CBG crumble, as well as a CBG topical formula, both of which make strong use of CBG as a powerful alternative to either CBD and THC, with much more accessibility.
CBG Topical Formula & Crumble
In the topical formula, users will get 300mg of CBG to help them treat dry skin, chronic joint pain, and muscle pains, though it is highly moisturizing to the skin as well. For a two-ounce jar, the total cost is $35.
The crumble, on the other hand, costs $40 per gram, and its effects will be quite similar for those familiar with using THC. Despite this reaction, CBG is legal across states in America, so individuals that can’t currently buy marijuana legally in their state can still use this compound. Co-founder Flip Croft-Caderao of Goodekind commented:
“CBG has a lot of benefits, and we believe it to be the next big cannabinoid to hit the market. We are excited to be offering CBG products at an accessible price across the U.S. at a time when finding CBG can be a challenge.”
The co-founder added that the brand is confident that consumers will love the CBG formulas even more than the CBD products that they have in stock.
Goodekind has oriented on the creation of hemp products that come exclusively from organic and eco-conscious sources. Over 10% of the profits that this brand brings in is dedicated to supporting human rights within the United States.
To learn more about these remedies, visit goodekind.com.
As much as the world is enthralled with the use of CBD and THC in home remedies for both medicinal and therapeutic use, cannabis’s reach can far surpass that. There are over 100 different cannabinoids that can make a difference, and CBG is finally coming into the mainstream for consumers with Goodekind’s CBG new products.