CBG-forward flower is starting to make its way onto dispensary shelves thanks to the dedicated work of cannabis cultivators. Many are beginning to focus in on its beneficial effects that could have enormous potential both medically and recreationally. But what is CBG Flower?
April showers bring May flowers, as well as more cannabis news in the US and across the world. There are some silver linings in the Midwest, as well as some troubling news, some good news, and some surprising news coming out of the more historically anti-marijuana South. Let’s dig in.
It’s a common cannabis conundrum: you have some bud to roll up, but don’t have a grinder. What do you do now? Look around the house of course! A few easy tips can go a long way in getting you rolling again. PotGuide has you covered with some simple, but effective, ways to grind your bud in a pinch.
While cannabis legalization continues to steamroll its way through the U.S., Guam has had access to legal medical cannabis since 2013 and adult-use cannabis since 2019. So now that we know that cannabis is legal there, how is the cannabis industry unfolding in the territory? Let’s have a look.
Anandamide, also known as “the bliss molecule,” is an endocannabinoid and neurotransmitter produced by the body. When it couples with protein receptors in cells, it triggers physiological responses to reduce inflammation, alleviate stress, and more. Let's explore its relationship with cannabis!
There is another non-intoxicating cannabinoid that may have many of the same therapeutic benefits attributed to CBD called cannabigerol, or CBG. Because they share many characteristics, the differences between the two are often lost on consumers. So let’s have a look at these two cannabinoids.
It’s easy to forget that cannabis is an ancient plant and has been used by humans for food, rope, sails, medicine, and ritual for millennia. Join PotGuide as we take a look at the wild-grown roots of our favorite plant.