The fuss about THC has always been aboutΔ9 (delta 9) THC. It’s responsible for the high in marijuana. Δ8(delta 8) THC is a very similar molecule that is present only in small quantities in most cannabis. Resourceful chemists have recently found a way to create Δ8THC from hemp.
If you want to add CBG to your edibles or topicals you will need to decarb it first. This heat converts CBGA to CBG. What temperature should you use? For how long?
Beginning with the 2019 Fall harvest the online market has seen a new type of Cannabis for sale. CBG (Cannabigerol) hemp flower refers to the female flowers of hemp plants that are bred to produce primarily CBG rather than CBD.
THCA is a non-intoxicating cannabinoid found in high levels in the marijuana form of the cannabis plant. Smaller quantities are often also found in the hemp form of cannabis. In the U.S. hemp is defined as any cannabis containing over 0.3% delta-9 THC. The THCA content doesn’t count (according to most interpretations of the 2018 Farm Bill). In the E.U. hemp must have 0.2% delta 9 THC or less.