What is CBG?
Cannabigerol (CBG) is a less known cannabinoid that will not amaze you with its effects, but it will improve your mood and bring you a feeling of relief. You’ve probably heard about the healing effects of cannabis, and you probably also know that cannabinoids, such as cannabidiol (CBD), are associated with health benefits, such as pain relief.
The benefits of CBG are: it helps with inflammatory bowel disease, has antimicrobial effects, helps with bladder problems, stimulates appetite, helps protect your brain, helps fight cancer, helps treat glaucoma.
What is CBD?
CBD (cannabidol) is a naturally occurring component of the cannabis plant. It is a substance that offers a wide range of uses for the whole body. Unlike THC, CBD does not cause or cause any psychoactive effects.
What is CBD isolate?
Cannabidiol (CBD) itself has been a subject of a lot of research because it differs from others in its therapeutic value, which it has the highest.
Products with a CBD isolate are generally referred to as pure or purely CBD depending on the form. As the name suggests, these products were isolated only on the CBD molecule. They have no other active ingredient and are only intended to deliver the therapeutic effects of CBD, isolated from other cannabinoids and terpenes.
The CBD isolate itself is a white, odorless powder. Isolates are more often mixed with carrier vegetable oils to become tinctures, or placed in capsules, topical ointments, cosmetics, etc. They are then being used in the same way as full spectrum oil products.
What is CBD oil?
CBD oil is a unique dietary supplement that has a beneficial effect on the natural processes of the human body, supports its defenses and ability to regenerate. It helps, for example, to calm and relax the body, has unique antioxidant, antibacterial, antidepressant effects and much more.
Types and percentages of CBD
We divide CBD oils into several percentage groups, each manufacturer states his percentage in the products. At Sinium, we pride ourselves on having products with a CBD content of 10%, 20%, 30% and 30% full spectrum. The cannabis plant and its various cultivars with a complex chemical structure contains, in addition to CBD, more than 100 active cannabinoids in various proportions. It also contains terpenes, which have anti-inflammatory properties and are considered to activate the effectiveness of other cannabinoids. Although they are not more valuable and important than CBD in terms of health benefits, some of these other ingredients also have properties to alleviate various symptoms. For example, the cannabinoids CBN (cannabinol) and CBG (cannabigerol) are found in most extracts in the full spectrum and studies have shown that both have anti-inflammatory, antibacterial effects and relieve pain.
How does CBD work?
Like other cannabinoids, CBD is a trigger binding to receptors in the human body to start certain reactions. Certain cannabinoid receptors are abundant in the central nervous system, while others are found in the so-called peripheral organs of the human body. In addition, they are also in the skin.
In layman’s terms, cannabinoids are the key and cannabinoid receptors are the lock. By using cannabis one inserts keys that fit into various cell locks in the human body. Together, these receptors form probably the most important receptor system in our body – the endocannabinoid system (ES). According to scientific knowledge, ES affects everything from mood, memory, motor functions through the functioning of the immune system, reproduction, bone growth to the perception of pain, appetite or sleep. The main task of the ES is to maintain homeostasis in the body, whereas according to a number of studies, CBD and other cannabinoids seem to help restore this balance if it is disturbed.
How we recommend to apply CBD
CBD is most often taken orally in concentrated paste or drops (tincture). To get the effect of CBD as soon as
possible, it is recommended to let the oil act under the tongue with saliva and then swallow it. Saliva
speeds up the process of CBD digestion through the gastric mucosa. Other oral uses include capsules,
sprays and food such as chocolate bars. Many people also like to use CBD oil through vaporizers or inhalers,
because the effect of CBD is almost immediate. Others, in turn, apply CBD oil on the skin, using lotions,
balms, creams or patches. There are many ways to take CBD. It only depends on which one suits you and
which works best for you, as each of us is different.
How we recommend to dose CBD
The fact remains that each of us is different and will respond differently to CBD dosing. As people vary in
the size of food portions or as the dosage of medicines is individual, so does each person respond
differently to the dosage of CBD. As a general rule, doses start small and gradually increase resulting in
tolerance to cannabinoids. This is especially true for people who do not use cannabis or have not developed
tolerance to cannabinoids. The dose is to be increased gradually until the desired effect is achieved.
The standard of CBD use is 25 mg / twice daily.
It is recommended to increase the dose weekly by 25mg to the required amount.
The CBD concentration varies by manufacturer.
We determine the usage depending on oil concentration percentage as well as the cannabinoid content in
The consumer should read as much information as possible and if the options and manner of use are
unclear, should not hesitate to contact us to ensure that the amount and concentration are right for the
What is broad spectrum CBD?
Broad spectrum products represent the middle between full spectrum CBD and CBD isolate. The actual broad spectrum product has a high proportion of CBD, contains no THC (0%), but retains some other cannabinoids, terpenes and similar potentially beneficial compounds that the isolate does not have.
Cannabis undergoes various extraction processes, often based on CO2 extraction, from which a full spectrum extract is obtained. This extract can be further refined only to the CBD isolate or to full spectrum products. In some cases, full spectrum products are also produced by mixing a CBD isolate with a full spectrum extract to return terpenes and other cannabinoids.
If you suspect that a commercially available product has a very high ratio of CBD to other cannabinoids, ask your dealer or manufacturer for laboratory analysis. You can really come across such products in the market, presenting as full spectrum. So don’t be fooled.
Comparison of CBD isolate and full spectrum CBD
CBD and other cannabinoids have therapeutic benefits for humans due to our endocannabinoid system, which consists of a number of cannabinoid receptors (CB1 and CB2) and is found throughout the body. These receptors respond to the cannabinoids that our bodies produce, which are molecularly very similar to cannabinoids from cannabis.
Full spectrum CBD contains more cannabinoids and other substances naturally occurring in cannabis, while CBD isolate may be better for people who need a strong dose of cannabidiol (CBD) only without THC and other cannabinoids.
Full-spectrum CBD products have the advantage of containing many different cannabinoids and terpenes and the potential for a wider health impact (read more about the accompanying effect). A recent study showed that the synergistic effects of CBD oil with full spectrum were better than the CBD isolate in the effective treatment of inflammation. The terpenes themselves have shown incredible potential for human health and should not be ignored.
CBD isolate, on the other hand, allows to obtain a larger amount of CBD and to work better with the dosage. Some people as well find the taste of hemp extract unpleasant and should therefore go for CBD isolate or other products such as CBD capsules or CBD gummies. As the CBD isolate is tasteless and odorless, it is suitable for home cooking (pay attention to the thermal limit and the degradation point of the CBD). Many CBD users also like to make homemade ointments and massage oils in which CBD is easily dissolved.
CBD isolates can sometimes be more expensive than full spectrum CBD products. This may be due to the fact that they undergo more processing and require more plant matter to obtain high concentrations of isolated cannabidiol.
Why full spectrum?
The full spectrum of CBD is more popular due to its better effects. The cannabis plant contains hundreds of different phytochemicals, including cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids and other compounds. Full spectrum CBD oil generally refers to products that not only contain CBD but also other plant molecules described above. This version of CBD oil is minimally refined, so most cannabinoids and terpenes remain in the oil intact.
Full spectrum, sometimes called “whole plant”, means that the whole cannabis plant is extracted. The whole spectrum provides more plant molecules in the proportions and amounts that nature intended.
Effects of CBD
CBD is seeing a huge increase in supporters worldwide. The therapeutic use of CBD and references , of which there are thousands today, clearly demonstrate that cannabis can actually help and address many of today’s diseases.
In the past, the main emphasis has been on clinical research into the effectiveness of cannabinoids for the treatment of chronic pain and nerve disorders. Today, their effects on the treatment of cancers and diseases related to immune system disorders, such as eg rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes, psoriasis, multiple sclerosis, etc.
Studies show that cannabinoids have antioxidant and neuroprotective properties useful in alleviating the course of neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s disease or Alzheimer’s disease.
Another strong potential lies in the use of cannabinoids for the treatment of alcohol and drug addiction, depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), schizophrenia and fibromyalgia.
Cannabinoids have great potential to significantly alleviate inflammatory processes of various kinds, symptoms of chronic inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) such as Crohn’s disease, and ulcerative colitis.
Studies show that cannabinoids can slow the development of cancer cells, prevent the formation of new ones, or kill existing ones. Other areas of therapeutic use are epilepsy, diabetes, social phobia, bipolar affective disorder, schizophrenia. , multiple sclerosis, nausea and also as an alternative in the treatment of cancer.
Given your health and the fast-paced lifestyle we face today, it’s important to realize that modern world research is now rich in information on how best to use cannabis best and safely. If If you are looking for affordable cannabinoid care and treatment, CBD (Cannabidiol) should be guaranteed to be one of the ways in which it pays to arrive and pay due attention to it.
Effects of CBD on the organism
- Antiepileptic – Reduces the number and intensity of seizures
- Anti-inflammatory – Suppresses inflammation and protects against new ones,
- Neuroprotective – Protects nerve cells and the central nervous system.
- Antipsychotic – Relieves symptoms of psychosis
- Antidepressant – Relieves symptoms of depression.
- Analgesic – Helps relieve pain
- Antidiabetic – Helps lower blood sugar levels
- Antibacterial – Prevents bacteria from multiplying
- Anti-tumor – Slows cancer cell formation and prevents cancer growth.
- Antiischemic – Reduces the risk of clogging blood vessels and arteries.
- Vasorelaxant / antispastic – Reduces and relieves muscle tension and relieves cramps.
- Pro-growth – Supports bone growth
- Anti-stress – calms the body, alleviates anxiety and the negative effects of civilization on humans.
How should I store your products?
For best durability, store it in a cool, dark room out of direct sunlight and in low humidity.
How long does it take to process an order?
We process the orders as soon as possible, usually taking 24-48 hours.
How can I pay for my order?
We currently accept payments by deposit to our bank account or by direct payment by courier. We’ll be adding card payments soon.