Many people discovered the combination of CBG and CBD for their night’s rest. Hempcare has developed a product for them in which CBD and CBG are present in equal measure. This makes dosing easier. Where dosing under the tongue is still best.
Dosage by percentages and weight
It can be useful to know how much CBG a dose contains. In a 5% pack of 10 ml CBG, the bottle contains 0.5 ml CBG. As a rule of calculation, researchers use that 1% CBG is equal to 10 mg per ml. So a bottle of 5% and 10 ml contains 500 mg of CBG.
1 drop from a dropper bottle is approximately 0.05 ml. Per percent, such a drop contains 0.5 mg CBG. So with a 5% bottle that is 2.5 mg per drop. If you want to start with 10 mg per day, then you take 4 drops.
CBG oil is a harmless, vegetable product. So you can never take too much of it. If you take too much, the body will remove the excess. However, using many drops at a time is not necessary. A few drops already set the body to work.
The composition of the branded products offered is known to the manufacturer. They regularly have their products tested by independent labs. During production, the CBG is supplemented with a natural oil, usually sesame or hemp seed oil.
Hempcare has its products made with CO2 extraction. This is a complicated process, but it delivers the best quality CBG oil and other cannabinoids. With CO2 extraction, the plant parts are not heated. This also preserves heat-sensitive substances, such as enzymes and vitamins.
Hempcare also supplies other cannabinoid products in addition to CBG oil. Customers regard the quality as one of the best on the market. An independent laboratory regularly checks the quality and composition. At Hempcare you can therefore rely on a constant quality and composition.
Making cannabinoids in the cannabis plant is a process of photosynthesis. Under the influence of light (photo), a new product is composed (synthesis). In the cannabis plant, this is done with Cannabigerolic acid (CBGa), the acidic variant of cannabigerol. Several substances, especially enzymes, convert this into acidic cannabinoids (e.g. CBDa). By heating or other influences, these acids change into the cannabinoids as we know them.