The Mother Cannabinoid: CBGa

The Mother Cannabinoid: CBGa


With Mother’s Day right around the corner, we want to give a special shout out to ALL the Mamas with the Mostest!

After sacrificing her body, mind and sometimes Sanity...

We should celebrate Mom EVERYDAY for her Unconditional Love and Support.

Because really, where would we be without her?!

Make your Mum feel like a QUEEN by blessing her with the QUEEN of HERBS, Hemp!

Give Mom the Gift of Relief:










~Skin irritations

Give the plant that gives back!


Speaking of Mothers, Did you know that CBGa is the "Mother of all Cannabinoids" 


While CBD is one of our key players, we must give credit where credit is due to


All cannabinoids including CBG, CBD, CBC, CBDV and THC derive from the acidic form of CBG named CBGa.

CBGa is found in young cannabis plants and overtime develops into other cannabinoids, therefore dubbing this compound as the MOTHER CANNABINOID.

When combined, cannabinoids (CBG, CBD, CBC, THC etc.) create what's called the ENTOURAGE EFFECT by supplementing your ENDOCANNABINOID SYSTEM thus promoting homeostasis and a sense of balance within.

CBG, CBD and CBC are just a few of the many beneficial CANNABINOIDS found in our Premium Hemp product line which includes: 


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Endocannabinoids are naturally produced in a mothers breast milk.


“Human breast milk is rich in cannabinoids similar to CBD. We humans naturally produce our own version of cannabinoids, as do most animals. These internally-produced cannabinoids are known as endocannabinoids. They interact with many essential systems and pathways in the body including what is known as the Endocannabinoid System. Believe it or not, a large concentration of these cannabinoids that we produce are found in human breast milk.”


“The endocannabinoid system and its receptors are of great importance during prenatal development, but they are also relevant after childbirth. Not everybody is aware that there are already natural cannabinoids in breast milk and what role they play in the development of a human.

In 2004, the European Journal of Pharmacology published a study that stated that all humans are born with cannabinoid receptors, suggesting that endocannabinoids and their receptors have a strong influence during pre and postnatal development.”

Elevate and Educate Buds!


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