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On the hunt for some premium-quality CBG oil? Then you’ve found just the place! 

Until now CBD was the one taking up all the limelight, but now there’s a new kid on the block and its name is CBG! Known as “the Mother of all cannabinoids”, cannabigerol (CBG for short) is the latest product derived from the cannabis and hemp plants to shoot to prominence due to the range of potential benefits it offers.

If you’re on the lookout for some premium-quality cannabigerol (CBG) for a price that doesn’t break the bank then you’ve come to the right place with the Vapoholic CBG oil page!

We know what it takes to manufacture high-quality cannabinoids – after all, we’ve been producing some of the market’s most popular CBD for a number of years now. And after the success of our best-selling CBD Calm range, we thought it was time to branch out and utilise our expertise by adding CBG to our ever-expanding list of industry-leading products.



What is CBG?

Although it’s growing in popularity, a lot of people are still asking “what is CBG oil?” The reason for this is CBG only hit the mainstream market quite recently as historically, it was notoriously difficult to produce due to the low quantities found in plants and the complicated nature of the extraction process. 

So what is CBG? Well, CBG stands for cannabigerol cannabinoid found in the cannabis and hemp plants. 

Thankfully, recent advancements in technology and some clever cross pollination/genetic manipulation has made life much easier for us CBG producers, so chances are you’ll be seeing a lot more of this product moving forward.

So what is CBG oil? Well, CBG stands for cannabigerol and it’s one of over 100 cannabinoids found in the cannabis and hemp plants. CBG is a non-psychoactive compound which basically means it won’t get you “high”, unlike some other cannabinoids such as tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), and many predict it’s going to be the next big thing in the health and wellbeing industry.

What are the benefits of CBG?

What are the benefits of CBG? What does CBG do? These are questions many people ask us. Unfortunately, as CBG is sold as a dietary product we’re unable to make any concrete claims about the effect this cannabinoid has.

With that said, the internet is awash with reviews, testimonies and trusted medical sources which all point to CBG being great for helping with a number of things. Taking a look will give you a good idea of whether this product’s for you or not.

Does CBG get you high?

Unlike other such as cannabinoids tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) or cannabinol (CBN), CBG is non-psychoactive, which means it won’t get you “high”. This means you can perform everyday tasks without the risk of accident or injury.

With that said, CBG may interact with some medications so always check with your doctor if you’re taking any medication.

Are There Any CBG Side Effects?

Although the vast majority of users don’t report any adverse effects, a small number of users may experience some side-effects.

These include:

  • Dry mouth
  • Dizziness
  • Anxiety
  • Nausea

It’s important to reiterate that most users won’t experience these side-effects, but if you do then either reduce the dosage or if that doesn’t help then discontinue use completely. 

Also, keep in mind that like other cannabinoids, CBG does have the potential to react to certain medications. So if you’re on any medication then you should check with your healthcare provider before taking CBG.

What’s the best CBG dosage?

If you’re unfamiliar with this product then you might be wondering what the best CBG dosage is. Unfortunately, there’s no one-size-fits-all dosage, and the ideal amount to take is usually dependant on a range of factors, including:

  • Age
  • Baseline health
  • Underlying conditions
  • Cannabis experience

The best advice we can give is to start low and go slow, just like with CBD dosing. Increasing your dosage gradually should help you find your sweet spot soon enough.

CBG vs CBD – which is best?

CBG is a relatively new product, whereas CBG has sky-rocketed over the past few years to the point where most people have heard about it. It’s natural, then, for most people to compare the two when they first hear about CBG.

When looking at CBG vs CBD, there are a number of things to consider. Firstly, these two cannabinoids have different properties, and while they may share some similarities, many people use them for totally different reasons.

We would advise researching both of these cannabinoids and opting for the one that offers more of what you’re looking for.

Alternatively, if you’re unsure about which CBD product is best for you, take our simple CBD Quiz for expertly chosen recommendations.

CBG Legality

As a result of being unfamiliar with this product, many people are often unsure about CBG legality. If you’re one of those frantically searching the internet asking “is CBG legal?” then fear not as its non-psychoactive nature means it’s 100% legal. 

How is CBG made?

CBG is extracted from young cannabis and hemp plants. The reason for this is once these plants start to mature, their CBG is converted into CBD and THC so the young plants are used. 

Like CBD, CBG oil is produced using a supercritical CO2 extraction, which allows us to isolate specific compounds from the hemp or cannabis plant. This method uses a closed-loop extractor, which is basically a system for extracting essential oils (otherwise known as oils from plants).

The plant is placed in a chamber which is then filled with carbon dioxide before pressure is applied to the chamber. This turns the carbon dioxide into liquid, which then absorbs the hemp’s oils and flavours. We’re then left with a liquid consisting of both carbon dioxide and CBG and this is then pumped into a final chamber where the carbon dioxide is turned into gas and removed. 

When the extraction is complete what we’re left with is a fully natural extract that doesn’t contain any nasty, harmful chemicals – just pure, 100% natural CBG.

How to take CBG?

There are a number of ways to take CBG. In terms of bioavailability, the best way to take your CBG is by vaping it. The reason for this is compared to taking it orally, your lungs absorb much more of the cannabinoid, so not only do you get more of the benefits from your CBG e liquid (link here) but you’ll also save money in the long run as your dosage will be smaller.

Alternatively, if you’d prefer not to vape it then you could always opt for CBG oil (link here) instead. Although taking your CBG in oil form offers less bioavailability than vape liquid, the sublingual route (under the tongue) means it avoids passing through your digestive system, which prevents some of the compound from being destroyed by stomach acids/enzymes.

Does CBG Work?

At Vapoholic we only manufacture true strength, premium-quality CBG oil. That means you receive exactly what is advertised on the bottle – and we have the lab results to prove it!

If you’ve tried CBG oil from a different distributor in the past and feel it didn’t benefit you in any way, you might believe this product is overhyped or doesn’t work. What we would always recommend is giving CBG that’s made by a reputable, trusted and knowledgeable manufacturer a go before you write it off. Trust us, you’ll see (and feel) the difference!

With that said, keep in mind that CBG reacts differently with different people depending on your genetic mark-up, your daily routines, height/weight, and other contributing lifestyle factors. Considering this, we’d always recommend starting with a low dosage and before upping your intake until you achieve the desired results