Illinois residents may purchase up to 30 grams of flower/pre-rolls; up to 500 milligrams of THC-infused edibles; and up to 5 grams of concentrates. Non-residents may purchase up to 15 grams of flower/pre-rolls; up to 2.5 grams of concentrates; and up to 250 milligrams of THC-infused edibles.
New York medical patients and their caregivers may purchase up to a 60-day supply of products, as recommended by the referring medical practitioner.
Ohio medical patients and their caregivers may purchase up to a 90-day supply of products within two 45-day fill periods, as recommended by the referring medical practitioner.
Maryland medical patients and their caregivers may purchase up to a 30-day supply of products, as recommended by the referring medical practitioner.
Massachusetts residents and visitors may purchase up to 1 ounce of flower; up to 5 grams of concentrates; and up to 20 servings of edibles totaling up to 100 milligrams of THC.
Pennsylvania medical patients and their caregivers may purchase up to a 90-day supply of products, as recommended by the referring medical practitioner.
CBG is a unique cannabinoid, and research is still being done to understand exactly how it works and what it does in the human body. CBG appears to bond primarily with CB2 receptors found in the body and immune system. It’s also believedthat at elevated doses, CBG might prevent other molecules from binding with CB1 receptors, which would help counteract the effects of THC.
What’s the Difference Between CBD and CBG?
CBG and CBD have quite a bit in common! They are both cannabinoids that interact with the Endocannabinoid System without having psychoactive effects. The biggest difference is availability: CBD is more commonly found in cannabis plants than CBG.
What’s the Difference Between CBG and CBGA?
CBGA (the acid, inactive form of CBG) is the precursor to CBG. This means you can’t have CBG without first starting with CBGA.
Where Can You Find CBG?
To start, you may want to look for specific strains like White CBG, Jack Frost CBG, and Super Glue CBG. There are some CBG products, including CBG flower, CBG oil, and CBG gummies, that contain CBG among other cannabinoids.
Getting to Know CBG
Want to learn more about CBG? Talk to one of our cannabis experts a marijuana dispensary today. They can help you find products with CBG, learn more about CBG and other cannabinoids, and purchase the right cannabis and tools for you.
Recreational Cannabis is not available in all states. Cannabis is for medical use only and may only be used by certified patients in Maryland, New York, and Pennsylvania. State laws impact what dispensaries can and can’t sell to recreational customers and medical marijuana patients. Not every type of product, consumption method, dosage form, or potency mentioned on this blog will be permitted in all locations.