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Learn | 12.20.2021

Is This The Ultimate Cannabinoid Combination For Energy?

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Creative connoisseurs are forever finding new ways to mix and match cannabinoids to bring users elevated experiences.

Such is the case with CBG and Delta 8-infused flowers like this one from Botany Farms, which mixes their best-selling White CBG strain with cold-pressed Delta 8 distillate and distributes it evenly throughout their flower.

It’s free of the harshness that’s often found in another Delta 8 weeds, giving smooth draws and flavorful puffs that promise a euphoric experience like no other.

Effects & Benefits Of CBG And Delta 8

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When mixing CBG and Delta 8, you’re delivered highly energizing effects that are felt throughout the body and mind.

Blissfulness is a given, as CBG enhances pleasure and motivation while diminishing pain and Delta 8 provides a euphoric feeling while reducing stress and anxiety.

By mixing the two, you’ll be getting the best of both worlds!

A mellow and smooth high that hits the right spot every time, having you feeling productive when a long day is ahead and ready to hit the hay once the day is over.

What Is CBG?

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Cannabigerol, usually known as CBG, is a cannabinoid found in the cannabis plant and is often referred to as “the mother of all cannabinoids,” all thanks to its derivative power.

Since it’s found in small quantities (less than 1%) in the cannabis plant, CBG products are still relatively rare and can come at quite a price. Still, as popularity rises, it becomes more widely available to stoners everywhere.

The most exciting thing about CBG is the specific physical benefits still being studied, as it acts on the physiological system and promises medicinal use.

From treating glaucoma, having neuroprotective effects, decreasing inflammation in bowel diseases, and even fighting some of the effects of colorectal cancer, there’s much to love about this cannabinoid.

What Is Delta 8?

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Delta 8 gained its name thanks to its chemical similarity to Delta 9 THC, the most popular form of cannabinoid found in most psychoactive products.

It’s gaining popularity in the cannabis community, thanks to its many cool effects and benefits that go from euphoria and happiness to sedation and symptom relief, depending on the strain.

The main difference between the two is potency: while Delta 8 will have you feeling it, it won’t be nearly as strong as smoking a Delta 9 blunt.

The effects might be similar, but it’s a great alternative for those who want to scare off anxiety and paranoia that can make an appearance sometimes.

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