Bulk CBG OilMay 8, 2022
Bulk CBN Concentrate OilMay 8, 2022
Bulk CBGa Concentrate Oil
Bulk CBGa Concentrate Oil is 99%+ purity hemp-derived Cannabigerolic Acid (CBGa) isolate in an MCT Coconut Oil carrier in standardized formulations of 10% (100 mg per mL) or 20% (200 mg per mL) CBGa by volume with 0% THC. This is a consistent stock solution that can be used for your own product formulations. Calculate your product formulations knowing that 1 mL of this stock solution equals 1 gram. Minimum order quantity is 1 gallon (128 fluid ounces/ 3785.41 mL)
Pricing includes a third party lab cannabinoid profile (potency) Certificate of Analysis for every batch we formulate. Full Panel lab analysis is available as an order add-on. Full Panel COAs are always available for the CBGa isolate concentrate used in your formulation at no additional cost.
Bulk CBGa Oil is packaged in black HPDE 1 gallon F-Style jugs for maximum protection of highly UV-sensitive cannabinoids. Shelf life is 18 months from formulation date if product is properly stored in a cool (ambient temperature) location. This product does not require refrigeration.
Need a bespoke formulation?
We can formulate a CBGa oil stock solution to your exact specifications. Your Account Manager will be happy to configure a custom order for you.
Bulk CBGa Concentrate Oil is a pure single-cannabinoid concentrate raw ingredient that can be used in the manufacturing of retail products. This product is extracted from Federally compliant, USA-grown industrial hemp in accordance with the Nevada Department of Agriculture State of Nevada Hemp Plan and Nevada Revised Statutes (NRS) 557. This THC-free crystalline ingredient is typically used for ingestible applications such as CBD tinctures, CBD gummies, CBD capsules, as well as CBD skincare topicals, and a multitude of other applications where a concentrated THC-free pure CBGa ingredient is needed.
More about Bulk CBGa Concentrate Oil
Cannabigerolic acid (CBGA) is a precursor to three of the most important cannabinoids found in cannabis: tetrahydrocannabinolic acid (THCA), cannabidiolic acid (CBDA), and cannabichromenic acid (CBCA). CBGA is produced by the cannabis plant through a series of enzymatic reactions that eventually lead to the creation of the cannabinoids we are familiar with.
CBGA is not a well-known cannabinoid, but it is a critical one in the production of other cannabinoids. CBGA is converted into THCA, THCV, CBDA, and CBCA through a process known as decarboxylation. This process occurs when heat is applied to the cannabis plant, such as when it is smoked or vaporized.
While CBGA itself has not been extensively studied, its derivative cannabinoids have been shown to have a variety of potential health benefits. For example, THC is known for its psychoactive effects and its potential for pain relief, while CBD is known for its anti-inflammatory properties and its potential for reducing seizures.
CBGA may also have potential health benefits, but more research is needed to fully understand its effects. Some studies have suggested that CBGA may have anti-inflammatory properties, similar to CBD. Additionally, CBGA may have potential for treating glaucoma, as it has been shown to have a positive impact on intraocular pressure.
CBGA can be found in relatively small amounts in cannabis plants, and its concentration can vary depending on the strain of cannabis. Some strains may have higher levels of CBGA than others, which could potentially make them more desirable for certain applications.
In addition to its potential health benefits, CBGA is also of interest to the cannabis industry for its role in the production of other cannabinoids. By manipulating the levels of CBGA in cannabis plants, it may be possible to produce strains that have higher levels of certain cannabinoids, such as THC or CBD. This could potentially lead to the development of new and more effective cannabis-based medicines.
In conclusion, CBGA is a precursor to some of the most important cannabinoids found in cannabis. While CBGA itself has not been extensively studied, its derivative cannabinoids have shown promise for a variety of potential health benefits. Additionally, CBGA is of interest to the cannabis industry for its role in the production of other cannabinoids. As more research is conducted, we may learn more about the potential benefits of CBGA and its role in the production of other cannabinoids.