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The Next Big Thing in Cannabinoids is Here: Introducing Our Line of CBG Products

Looking to leverage growing interest and demand for CBG and its host of health and wellness properties, we introduced our first two CBG-infused products this month — becoming one of the first manufacturers to launch products formulated with the rare cannabinoid.

CBG, or cannabigerol, is considered the next big thing in cannabinoids and expected to supplant CBD as the cannabinoid of choice for its host of wellness benefits.

Our initial CBG products include:

  • Thrive CBG Relief Cream: This topical cream combines pure, CBG crystalline isolate, refined shea butter and aloe vera to soothe and moisturize the skin. Infused with OptiMSM® (methylsulfonylmethane), it provides fast-acting transdermal relief with a non-greasy, powdery smooth finish. Mineral oil and paraben free. Available in 1.7oz bottles with 750mg of CBG for $49.95.
  • CBG Tincture: Berry-lemon-flavored drops made with pure CBG isolate and formulated to provide all-day balance and promote wellness. Includes a proprietary carrier oil tri-blend and enhanced with Blackberry Kush terpene to boost synergistic benefits. Available in 60ml bottles with 3,000mg of CBG for $149.95.

Although historically costly to produce, we’ve leveraged recent advancements in cultivation and extraction that have made CBG more readily available and affordable.

In addition to creating our own products, we also have made these advancements available to entrepreneurs and small-business operators who wish to develop and launch their own custom CBG-infused products. Unlike competitive manufacturers, we cater to small- and mid-sized businesses, lowering the barrier for entry with smaller and more affordable product runs, as well as unique formulations.

Committed to quality and high standards, we triple test all of our products at third-party laboratories. Tests include cannabinoid potency, dosing levels, heavy metals, bacterial and microbial life, mycotoxins (fungus) and pesticides.