However, in order to profitably grow hemp, CBD must also be extracted from the flowers of the plant. This has greatly incentivized the agricultural community to supply the CBD industry with raw materials, and it has contributed to the rapid growth seen in CBD sales over the last decade as hemp legality slowly evolved.
In addition, cannabis plants as a whole can produce only about one-third of their weight in cannabinoids. That means if they contain 30% THC, there’s very little room for other cannabinoids. Because hemp contains extremely low quantities of THC, there’s room for other cannabinoids like CBD, CBC, and CBG to be synthesized in the plant’s resinous trichomes which coat its flowers.
Full Spectrum CBD Products
Hemp is defined as “the plant Cannabis sativa L., and any part of that plant…having a delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) concentration of not more than 0.3 percent on a dry weight basis.”
Medical marijuana typically has a CBD:THC ratio of 1:100. It is federally illegal, but certain states have decriminalized its use.
The discovery of receptors in the brain that respond pharmacologically to cannabis—and the subsequent identification of endogenous cannabinoid compounds in our own bodies that bind to these receptors—has significantly advanced our understanding of human biology, health, and disease.
The product can be delivered in powder or fine crystal form.
The purity of isolated CBG is in range typically 96-99%.
Cannabidiol isolate (CBD) / Cannabigerol Isolate (CBG)
The powder form is white, and the crystal form is white to light yellow.
The purity of >99,5% can be provided upon request.
Cannabinoid isolates are used as an intermediate in the production of end products. The crystals, ground into a fine powder, represent the first choice for many cosmetic producers because of the non-traceable THC levels and their highest purity form.