If CBD balm or other topical treatments don’t always give you what you need for aches and pains, CBG balm just might be the solution — either as your new go-to product, or as a supplement to your current CBD products.
CBG Balm, for example, not only contains 250 mg of CBG oil, but also adds in CBD, for a blend of benefits. It also contains vetiver and bergamot essential oils for a dreamy floral scent that also promotes relaxation and a more focused mental state.
CBG balm is also made from a rich, nourishing blend of coconut, olive and sunflower oils, along with Vermont beeswax and shea butter. All the ingredients, including hemp oils, are grown organically.
The easy-application container allows you to apply generous amounts of CBG balm to sore muscles, as well as to other aches and pains. It’s also portable, making it useful for applying balm midday or on the go!
If their names sound similar, it’s for a good reason. Both CBG (cannabigerol) and CBD (cannabidiol) are beneficial compounds expressed from the cannabis plant. And neither will cause a “high,” whether used topically or orally.
Because CBG doesn’t exist in the same concentrations as CBD in most hemp varieties, it can be harder to extract in quantity. In fact, the same number of hemp plants will produce about 20 times the CBD oil as CBG oil.
For that reason, it’s not surprising that CBG products cost a bit more than similar CBDs. So is it worth it for you?
For some people, replacing a beneficial CBD regime might not be needed. But many may find it helpful to either use a product that blends the two cannabinoids, or to use CBG on an as-needed basis.