CBG is not psychoactive, meaning it will not get you ‘high’. Instead, CBG interacts with the body’s receptors responsible for regulating inflammation whilst also helping promote your own nature homeostasis, helping to regulate sleep, temperature and mood. CBG appears to concentrate more with receptors that promote eye, bone and bowel health than CBD.
CBG may relieve inflammation, discomfort and soreness after exercise while promoting a sense of calm and balance. Scientists are studying CBG to see if it could offer benefits for inflammation, neuroprotection, cancer and more.