Although we have heard a lot about CBD cannabidiol and know its effects, we still know little about the cannabis stem cell – CBGA cannabigerolic acid.
The endocannabinoid system was not discovered until the 1990s by Dr. Mechoulam. We have a CB1 chip in the head and a CB2 chip in the body.
The latest discoveries of scientists prove that, unlike CBDA, CBGA works not only on the endocannabinoid system in the body but also in the head. This is what the CBGA phenomenon is, what sets it apart from other cannabinoids.
Cannabigerorlic acid is the first parent phytocannabinoid produced in cannabis. It gives all the other cannabinoids a go. We can call CBGA the mother of all cannabinoids – without it, there would be no CBDA – but CBD, no THCA, and no THC.
For the producer – Dominika Dominiak, the most important thing is quality, which is associated with high production costs and extended production time. Oils are obtained using the alcohol extraction method, i.e. the most healthy, the one that leaves everything that is most valuable in hemp: acidic and active cannabinoids, flavonoids, polyphenols or terpenes, which are hemp’s essential oils.
The uniqueness of CBGA
With various head problems, changes in the brain, immediate action is required. CBDA cannabidiol acid must first undergo a decarboxylation process (action of increased temperature) in order to act on the endocannabinoid system in the head. And CBGA, before it undergoes the decarboxylation process, is already working on the CB1 chip in the head. That is why it is helpful, among others with ADHD, Alzheimer’s, schizophrenia. This is his phenomenon.
All cannabinoids have antiviral, antifungal, antiparasitic and anti-cancer properties.
CBG and CBGA stimulate bone growth and regeneration, prevent inflammation, relieve pain, and rejuvenate the skin (after all, as a stem cell it gives strength and the beginning of the whole Holy Plant).
There is also already a great deal of research into the effects of high concentrations (50%) of CBGA. It is already a therapeutic dose for people with developed neoplastic changes, gliomas.
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