SunMed CBG Oil Tincture – Citrus
Sunmed CBG Oil Tincture – The recommended dose is 2x a day, 1/2 dropper under tongue for 30 seconds at least, then swallow. Start slow with 1/2 dropper and after a few days up the dose if you feel the desired effect has not been reached.
Take last dose at least 3 hours before bed.
Sunmed CBG Oil Tincture Citrus
Broad Spectrum Hemp Supplement 660 mg.
Sunmed CBG Oil Tincture is our new daytime hemp supplement formula. It is made exclusively with an extract that purposely is not CBD dominant. It is made up primarily of CBG (60%). It carries a secondary portioned component of CBD (15%). We combined this oil tincture and formulated it with some essential bright citrus oils.
A solid broad-spectrum hemp extract will generally have around 95% CBD. Then CBC, CBDV, CBG, CBN, THC, and other acid-forms of these molecules make up the cannabinoid content. CBG is identical in molecular shape and binds with our EndoCannabinoid System, which is long for ECS. It is also shaped differently than the famous CBD.
When Dealing with CBD and its minor Cannabinoids like CBG and CBN, you could say it’s the smaller things that can make the big things happen. That’s why we released this daytime hemp supplement tincture, especially with you in mind.
Now with this, a New Oil Tincture was introduced. The Sunmed CBN Plus Blackberry 1000mg Hemp Oil Supplement for The Night Time use to help you sleep comfortably.
What is CBG Oil?
CBG / Cannabigerol is the precursor cannabinoid that degrades into CBD and other cannabinoids. It has a slightly different effect on the body than CBD and is also the subject of much research.
We offer both a water-soluble and a tincture CBG product, with the tincture relatively higher in CBG (~70% CBG). The water-soluble Sunmed CBG Rich Neuro remains a great daytime option for those who love water-soluble products.
*ND THC stands for non-detectable. We have a careful process that separates THC from our excellent full-spectrum CBD extract, but we cannot guarantee you will pass a drug test. If you are concerned about testing, we recommend you discuss your concerns with your employer or HR department.