What is hemp CBG (Cannabigerol)?

Cannabigerol or CBG, has become the new cannabinoid buzz word for 2020. Below you will find information about CBG and why its become the 2020 cannabinoid everyone is talking about.

What is hemp CBG (Cannabigerol) and why should I care?

Hemp, that most likely contained hemp CBG, was cultivated over 10,000 years ago near today’s Taiwan. This stuff has been around, well, it feels like forever! We know that many ancient civilizations have used hemp throughout history for a myriad of both health and utilitarian reasons (fiber, clothes, rope, etc).

Recently, with new technology both on the farming and cultivation side of hemp, then during the post refinement or extraction of hemp oil. Farmers and processors have been able to isolate rare cannabinoids better than ever. CBG is one of those rare cannabinoids that Infusionz has based its new line of Hemp CBG products.

CBG, a non-psychoactive hemp compound, nicknamed the “Mother of all cannabinoids”, an appropriate nickname for CBG due to all Cannabinoids starting off as CBG, CBGA to be specific!

If you’re into science, research, and technology, we found this article if you’d like to learn about the nitty gritty science of cannabigerol (please note we have no affiliation to gb sciences).

Our favorite well written cannabinoid article about hemp CBG, (please note we have no affiliation Leafly) is very informative and can be a great foundation to learn about CBG.

As with the boom of hemp CBD and more Americans becoming increasingly confident in hemp products, we feel CBG is the next wave of popular cannabinoids to offer our customers at Infusionz. You can review the Infusionz CBG products here and we’re always available for questions.

Our CBG products are featured individually below so you can learn about each CBG product offered by Infusionz and educate yourself on cannabigerol products:

CBG + NANO CBD Fruit Snacks 600mg Total Cannabinoids

Infusionz most popular CBD edible now with CBG! Part of the Infusionz NANO line of products (learn more NANO water soluble CBD here), this 2-1 combo of CBG and NANO CBD is simply amazing! All natural ingredients, quick absorption, and now with CBG makes the CBG fruit snack an instant winner. This vegan CBG fruit snack is convenient and easy to consume, offered in a mixed fruit combo of strawberry, lemon and watermelon.

CBG + NANO CBD Capsules 500mg Total Cannabinoids

Simple ingredients and to the point! This CBG capsule is combined with Infusionz NANO water soluble CBD to create a terrific combination of CBG and NANO water soluble CBD in a 2-1 ratio. Organic coconut flour is combined with hemp CBG and water soluble CBD powder to create this vegan product with no animal by-products of any kind. Terrific for customers with dietary restrictions and convenient to travel with. Plant based exterior shell and the highest quality manufacturing practices makes Infusionz CBG + NANO CBD capsules very popular.

CBG Oil Tincture 600mg Total Cannabinoids

Our CBG tincture is mct oil based, which is a high nutritional grade coconut oil. This healthy oil helps as a carrier of CBG into your body. Flavorless CBG oil is a very basic formula of MCT oil, CBG isolate and broad spectrum hemp CBD oil. This trifecta helps create the “entourage effect” by combining multiple unique cannabinoids together. Part of the Infusionz NANO line of products, this high quality CBG oil tincture is an effective, consistent way to take a CBG product. Minimal ingredients and flavorless make it a great option for incorporating into recipes at home. CBG oil tinctures can be added to your morning coffee or tea for an extra relaxing day. 29 servings per container makes it a cost effective way to incorporate CBG into your daily routine.

What is NANO water soluble CBD?

Infusionz NANO water soluble CBD products are special. Below you will find some easy to understand information about our NANO line of CBD products and why you will enjoy them.

NANO water soluble CBD has become a “buzz” word recently in the hemp CBD industry. Infusionz was reluctant to offer NANO technology until we had full confidence in the NANO water soluble CBD that we were offering. Our new line, named “NANO” is exactly what Infusionz was aspiring to offer our loyal customers. NANO water soluble CBD products that can be trusted for their quality and effectiveness.

As we continued to refine the NANO line of Infusionz products, we realized that the demand for NANO water soluble CBD products was increasing quickly. Our customers were looking for it, and asking for it consistently. We have finally delivered a superior quality product that uses NANO technology to help drive CBD throughout your body and create a very appealing experience for the user.

Bioavailability is another fancy word used quite often in the hemp CBD industry. What does it mean and how does it relate to NANO water soluble CBD?

Bioavailability, simply put, is how much CBD you’re actually getting into your body. Sure, the product package says how much CBD is in the product but you have to remember your body will destroy much of this CBD during the digestion process for edible hemp CBD products. Nano hemp CBD that is water soluble will help alleviate this, due to the smaller particle size, the human body can absorb more of the CBD and give you a “better bang for your buck”.

How much more CBD becomes bioavailable you ask? Unfortunately we’re not in a position to make any promises about the bioavailability of NANO water soluble hemp CBD. However, there are multiple resources on the internet to help you understand why water soluble hemp CBD could be considered for higher bioavailability as more research becomes available.

NANO water soluble CBD all relates to a simple concept, oil and water don’t mix! You probably remember hearing about this in school. Hemp and its counterpart “hemp CBD oil” don’t mix with water. The human body is up to 60% water! So how do we get hemp CBD oil to mix with water? The basic answer lies in breaking down the CBD particles into smaller “NANO” sizes. This helps the hemp CBD oil penetrate and incorporate itself into the water based substance. We encourage you to do your own research on water soluble NANO CBD and better understand all the benefits it can offer.

Many of the products we offer are meant to be suspended in water, including our CBD drink mixes. If you were to create an oil based product and try to mix with water you’d get an “oil slick” at the top of your beverage cup. With our NANO line of drink mixes, you don’t experience this oil slick and the CBD is equally dispersed throughout your beverage!

To summarize the information we provided about NANO water soluble CBD:

  • NANO water soluble hemp CBD just means smaller particles of CBD
  • This helps Infusionz create quality NANO hemp CBD products that can be water based
  • The smaller particles have an opportunity to become more bioavailable to the human body
  • Infusionz offers an entire line of NANO water soluble CBD products

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CBD Tonic Elderberry Syrup Drink Recipes

Elderberries are small, juicy purple berries that grow on small shrubs that can be found in Europe and the United States. You can find history of common use of the elderberry plant since the fifth century AD. Both Native American and European herbalists have revered the plant throughout history.

Elderberries have high contents of flavonoids anthocyanidins and anthocyanins, which give the berries their purplish blue color. They have also tested high on the ORAC scale, showing they have high antioxidant properties.

  • Berries: Vitamins A and C; flavonoids such as quercetin
    and rutin, and anthocyanins
  • Flowers: High in phenolic acids, sterols, flavonoids,
    mucilage, tannins, volatile oil containing triterpenes

Pineapple-Raspberry Sunset

8oz pineapple juice
2oz raspberry puree
1oz CBD Infusionz Elderberry Tonic
Garnish: Raspberries, pineapple wedge, and mint sprig
Combine: pineapple juice, raspberry puree and CBD Infusionz Elderberry Tonic over ice, garnish with raspberries, pineapple wedge and mint sprig.

Elderberry Pear Fizz

4oz pear puree
4oz sparkling water
1oz CBD Infusionz Elderberry Tonic
Garnish: blackberries, rosemary sprig
Combine: pear puree and CBD Infusionz Elderberry Tonic in shaker tin with ice, shake and pour over ice, add 4oz of sparkling water, skewer blackberry with rosemary sprig for garnish

Elderberry Golden Milk

2 1/2 cups of coconut milk
1 cinnamon stick
1 1/2 teaspoon of ground turmeric
1/2 teaspoon of ground ginger
1 tablespoon of coconut oil
Pinch of black pepper or 5 or 6 whole black peppercorns
1 tablespoon of honey
1oz of CBD Infusionz Elderberry Tonic
Garnish: cinnamon, star anise
Combine: coconut milk, cinnamon stick, turmeric, ginger, coconut oil and black pepper in small saucepan, warm contents but do not boil. Strain off cinnamon sticks and black pepper. Add CBD Infusionz Elderberry Tonic and stir. Sprinkle with cinnamon and garnish with star anise. Enjoy!

A Guide to Broad Spectrum and Full Spectrum

A lot of CBD companies are now offering products in Broad Spectrum and Full Spectrum options. The popularity of these CBD options are rising due to the cannabinoid spectrum range they offer. *see disclaimer below

How CBD Spectrum Products Are Created

Typically, a whole, dried hemp plant is processed by a CO2 extraction method that uses lower temperatures to extract the oil. What is extracted from the plant is cannabinoids (like CBD and CBG), flavonoids, and terpenes. This is a preferred method because the lower temperatures prevents the loss of cannabinoids. Because of the way these spectrum oils are created, they may have a strong natural odor and flavor.


Full Spectrum CBD

Full Spectrum is also referred to as “whole plant’ products, as this oil has everything the hemp plant contains. This means it has a range of cannabinoids, but it also has naturally occurring terpenes, flavonoids, fatty acids, and essential oils. All of these elements on their own have therapeutic value, and when combined you get what is called the “entourage effect”.

Another highlight of Full Spectrum Oil is it goes through the least amount of processing. This leaves you with an oil that gives you the most the hemp plant can offer. For those seeking to get the most out of their CBD product, Full Spectrum is definitely one to look at.

The biggest thing to consider with Full Spectrum Oil is it does contain trace amounts of THC. Up to 0.3% of this psychoactive cannabinoid can be found in these products, so for those sensitive to THC or those who can’t have THC in their system one should consider Broad Spectrum instead. Full Spectrum can also have a sedative effect depending on the individual. It’s best not to drive or operate machinery when using these products.


Broad Spectrum CBD

To get Broad Spectrum CBD, the full spectrum oil is put through another extraction process where all of the THC cannabinoid is removed. This process leaves the other cannabinoids such as CBG and CBN, as well as the enriching terpenes.

These products are ideal for anyone who is sensitive to THC, or those who can’t have any traces of THC in their system. They still offer the entourage effects you get with full spectrum, but without any chances of ingesting THC.

The one downside to Broad Spectrum is the lack of research done on this particular spectrum combination. From the studies that have been done on just CBD and those on full spectrum, the up and coming Broad Spectrum CBD choices show great promise with their cannabinoid family.


Continuing Education

One of the best places you can learn about cannabinoids is from research and studies.

This study done from 2015 examined individual cannabinoids versus a spectrum range of cannabinoids.

Gallily, R., Yekhtin, Z. and Hanuš, L.O. (2015) Pharmacology & Pharmacy, 6, 75‐85.


*The FDA has not evaluated these statements, and this article is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any diseases or ailments. Always check with your doctor before starting any new routine.