Take Flyte with CBG: Learn About the Mother of All Cannabinoids

Hey there high-flyers! It’s time to get excited about Flyte 2-gram CBG cart! We’ve handpicked only the fly-est ingredients, and the one we’re most hyped about is CBG (cannabigerol). This minor cannabinoid is about to take your flight experience to new heights!

Wondering what CBG is all about? CBG, my friends, is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid sourced from the cannabis plant. It’s been dubbed the “Mother of all cannabinoids” because it’s the building block for other cannabinoids like CBD, THC, and CBC. With a background like that, can you really call it a minor cannabinoid? I think not!

Ready for take-off! CBG works by binding to your CB1 and CB2 receptors in the endocannabinoid system. You can experience its benefits through ingestion, inhalation, or application to your skin. CBG is thought to optimize the function of the neurotransmitter anandamide, which increases motivation and pleasure, regulates appetite and sleep, and reduces pain.

Stacking up the benefits! There’s anecdotal evidence that stacking CBG with other cannabinoids and terpenes can boost its effects. Early research and anecdotal evidence suggest that CBG may offer cognitive benefits, thanks to its effect on anandamide. You may experience improved alertness, focus, mood, and reduced stress and discomfort from CBG.

Take a deep breath and relax! CBG may also help reduce the resting blood pressure response to stress. High blood pressure can cause headaches, dizziness, shortness of breath, and more. CBG activates alpha2-adrenoreceptors, which affects blood pressure, and binds to the 5-HT1A to inhibit serotonin uptake, which may improve mood and reduce anxiety.

Inflammation? Not on our watch! Early research on airway inflammation suggests that CBG and CBD exhibit anti-inflammatory effects. CBG reduces lipopolysaccharides (LPS) induced recruitment of neutrophils into the lung, which signify infection and inflammation.

Bacteria beware! CBG may also serve as a promising natural antibacterial. Research shows it’s effective against gram-positive bacteria, specifically s. mutans (strep).

It’s time to celebrate CBG! The list of CBG’s potential benefits is growing (pun intended), and as legalization and education continue to spread, we’re sure to learn even more about this amazing cannabinoid.

So, buckle up, sit back, and enjoy the ride!


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