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Yin Yang Infusions Hemp cannabis flower sample pack. Try three strains with CBD and CBG and get three free. Shop Yin Yang for all your latest natural remedies.

2 ounces (56 grams) of 3 different green house grown hemp strains, 6 ounces (168 grams) total! For a limited time, get 6 ounces instead of 3 ounces, two for the price of one with our BOGO sale! One ounce of Le Creme CBG flower, Hawaiian haze, and Suver Haze organic hemp flower X2! approx. 16% CBD, 17.8% total cannabinoids and .11% D9THC. high quality smokable hemp flower. hybrid These products have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to cure, treat, diagnose, or prevent any disease. Read our websites full terms of service page BEFORE purchasing any products or yang carts.


Some of the most common questions that our customers ask are about CBG or cannabigerol. CBG is a new and exciting cannabinoid in the cannabis plant, but very little is know about the effects or uses of CBG. Our intent with this blog post is to inform you about some cutting edge and exciting discoveries that have been made with CBG.

Learn About CBG Here.

Common Questions about CBG
  1. What is CBG?
  2. Will CBG get me high? What are the effects of CBG?
  3. Can I pass a drug test while using CBG?

What is CBG?

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CBG is referred to as "the mother of all cannabinoids". Cannabinoids are the building block of the cannabis plants' profile, effects, and properties. Examples of cannabinoids that come from CBG are THC, CBD, CBG, CBC, and CBN. All of these cannabinoids start in the cannabis plant as CBGa or cannabigerolic acid. CBGa matures into CBDa, THCa, CBCa, and a small portion remains as CBG depending on the strain. 

What are the effects of CBG? Will CBG get me high?

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People commonly assume that since THC is a derivative of CBGa, CBG must be psychoactive. However, CBG is widely regarded as non psychoactive, meaning that it will not produce a high for the consumer. Annecdotal evidence would suggest that CBG can help stimulate bone growth and slow or kill bacterial growth. Annecdotal evidence also suggests that CBG is analgesic and anti inflammatory, making it a very beneficial cannabinoid for pain reduction and physiological recovery. Thousands of people around America rave about the benefits of our 500mg CBD and CBG topicals, ( https://yinyanginfusions.com/500mg-cooling-cbd-cbg...) which is easily explained due to the variety of beneficial healing properties. 

Can I pass a drug test while using CBG?

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The most common question we get about CBG is can someone using CBG pass a drug test? there are two schools of thought on this topic which we are happy to share. The main theory that people have for why you would be able to pass a drug test while using lab verified THC-free hemp products is simple. Because the lab is only testing for the psychoactive cannabinoid THC, if there is no THC in your CBD or CBG product you should be fine to pass a drug test right? we actually have seen some people pass and some people fail while using lab verified THC free CBD and or CBG products, and this is our theory. 

A lab can verify that a product is THC free to on hundredth or one thousandth of a percent, but all CBD and CBG was at one point married to some amount of THC. it is impossible to separate the two 100% of the way and some THC is likely to exist even if it cannot be detected by a lab. Therefore, the more you use the product, the more likely it is that the traces of THC could build in your system. the other theory about drug testing with CBG is that, since THC starts in the plant as CBG, certain peoples' bodies could metabolize the CBG into THC or an enzyme that might produce a false positive for THC. more testing needs to be done to conclusively answer this question, but if you are concerned about passing a drug test we recommend NOT using a hemp product. 

The History of CBD

Did you know that CBD was actually discovered in 1940? Throughout history, cannabis had served as a valuable therapeutic resource; however, during the rise of modern medicine, it was not recognized by most in the medical community due to a lack of scientific evidence. The first discovery of an individual cannabinoid was made, when British chemist Robert S. Cahn reported the partial structure of Cannabinol (CBN), which he later identified as fully formed in 1940. Two years later, American chemist, Roger Adams, made history when he successfully isolated the first cannabinoid, Cannabidiol (CBD). His research is also responsible for the discovery of Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). In the study, Mechoulam and his team administered daily doses of 300mg of CBD to study a group of 8 subjects. After just four months of treatment, half of the subjects stopped having seizures and the others exhibited a decrease in the frequency of their seizures. This was a huge breakthrough that had the potential to change the lives of more than 50 million epilepsy sufferers from around the world.

Does CBD get you high? What about pets?

The endocannabinoid system by which CBD enacts its effects is present in all mammals, birds, reptiles, and fish. This includes cats and dogs, which are known to experience many of the same medical and emotional issues as humans. It is therefore logical – and widely anecdotally supported – to suggest that

CBD can help our pets manage anxiety, stress, pain, nausea, and other ailments.

Yin Yang Infusions believes in the power of CBD for pets and offers a CBD pet tincture for use with your furry friend or friends. 

It’s one of hundreds of compounds in these plants, but it’s received more attention lately as changes to state and federal laws have led to a rise in the production of CBD-infused products. Another well-known cannabinoid is tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). This compound is known for its psychoactive effects when consumed with cannabis, or marijuana. THC produces what many consider a “high,” or an altered state characterized by euphoria, pleasure, or heightened sensory perception. CBD doesn’t cause a high like THC. CBD has been anecdotally shown to have some positive health benefits, like helping people with anxiety and stress. If you’re seeking out CBD as a means to get high, you won’t experience that, and should consider Delta 8, HHC, or another alternative. 

Although many people think that you can get high off of CBD, Both THC and CBD naturally occur in cannabis plants. CBD can be isolated from the cannabis plant and the THC compound. People infuse CBD into tinctures, oils, edibles, and other products without the high-inducing THC. Still, many individuals might assume CBD causes the same effects as marijuana, because both can be found in the same plant. However, CBD alone is non intoxicating. It won’t cause a high. What’s more, CBD can also be derived from the hemp plant. In many states only hemp-derived CBD is available legally. These products, by law, can have no more than 0.3 percent THC. This isn’t enough to create any psychoactive symptoms. Once extracted from hemp or cannabis, CBD can be added to several products, including tinctures, lotions, and oils. CBD tinctures are one of the more popular CBD products. You can take it sublingually (under the tongue) or add it to drinks, food, or vape pens. Many people are using these products as a natural way to relax or lower anxiety. This is still not equivalent to the high marijuana causes. High concentrations of CBD (or taking more than recommended) could cause an uplifting effect. That’s not the same thing as a high. What’s more, taking high doses of CBD could cause some side effects, including nausea and dizziness. 

Benefits of CBD- Based off anecdotal evidence

-CBD may have beneficial effects on acne due to its anti-inflammatory qualities and its ability to control the overproduction of sebum from the sebaceous glands.

-Antipsychotic effects: Studies suggest that CBD may help people with schizophrenia and other mental disorders by reducing psychotic symptoms

-Substance abuse treatment: CBD has reportedly modified circuits in the brain related to drug addiction. In rats, CBD has been shown to reduce morphine dependence and heroin-seeking behavior

-Anti-tumor effects according to the American Cancer Society: In test-tube and animal studies, CBD has demonstrated anti-tumor effects. 

-Diabetes prevention: In diabetic mice, treatment with CBD reduced the incidence of diabetes by 56% and significantly reduced inflammation

Though CBD is generally well tolerated and considered safe, it may cause adverse reactions in some people.

Side effects noted in studies include-


●Changes in appetite and weight


CBD is also known to interact with several medications. Before you start using CBD oil, discuss it with your doctor to ensure your safety and avoid potentially harmful interactions . This is especially important if you take medications or supplements that come with a " grapefruit warning ." Both grapefruit and CBD have been shown to interfere with cytochromes P450 (CYPs), a group of enzymes that are important to drug metabolism. One study performed on mice showed that CBD-rich cannabis extracts have the potential to cause liver toxicity. However, some of the mice in the study were force-fed extremely large doses of the extract.

Although CBD does have it’s benefits it also has some side effects. Always ask your doctor before you try anything new.

These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Consult your physician before using this product.

What Is The Difference Between the Hemp and Cannabis Plant?

Hemp is a plant in the Cannabis family. This family of plants includes Cannabis: indica, sativa, ruderalis, and hemp. All of these plants naturally produce cannabinoids (CBD, THC, CBG, etc.) but in different ways and varying amounts. Both hemp and other cannabis plants contain CBD, but there’s a much higher percentage in hemp. Hemp also has much lower levels of THC (less than 0.3%) than other forms of cannabis. Industrial hemp is grown to be durable, have very long stalks and as few flowering buds as possible—this can make it easier to extract the high amounts of CBD and smaller amounts of THC. Hemp’s chemical profile means that you can’t get “high” from it, and it is used to create medicinal remedies, food and oil, as well as other products, including rope, bricks, natural polymers, fiber, clothes and many more. psychoactive strains of cannabis are typically smaller, flimsier and have many flowering buds with the sole purpose of maximizing the concentration of THC. Marijuana is used recreationally and medicinally only.


Is CBD the only cannabinoid in the hemp plant?

No. CBD is one of many cannabinoids within the hemp plant, but it’s currently the most popular one being researched for potential wellness benefits.


How does CBD get incorporated into beauty products?

Once extracted, CBD can be combined with a carrier oil, which is then incorporated into topical creams, lotions and more.


In what ways are the Hemp and other forms of cannabis different? Where can I order CBD products online legally?

Hemp is different from other forms of cannabis in its function, cultivation and application. But these differences didn’t stop our political leaders from getting confused and accidentally grouping all forms of cannabis as a Schedule I Drug and banning it in 1970 under the Controlled Substances Act. You can order CBD legally online from our friends at Yin Yang Infusions! 

Psychoactive cannabis, or “marijuana” as it is widely known, is used for medicinal or recreational purposes. Many states are slowly legalizing recreational cannabis, but cannabis remains federally illegal. An amendment to the 2018 Farm Bill legalized hemp in the U.S. but other forms of Cannabis remain schedule one, meaning they are considered to have no medicinal benefit. 

Today, hemp can be used in a variety of ways that other forms of cannabis cannot due to federal regulations. These include healthy dietary supplements, skin products, clothing, and accessories. Today, you can buy legal hemp products not just online, but in many grocery stores and everyday businesses. Overall, hemp is known to have over 25,000 possible applications.

Even after almost 50 years, the government still seems to have some confusion in distinguishing the two plants. Despite the recent legalization, federal policies surrounding hemp growing and sales of hemp products are often still up in the air, and banks continue to treat hemp businesses like criminals. In some rare cases, there are still arrests over hemp, such as truckers arrested while transporting completely legal hemp. Recently, people have started smoking hemp in the form of pre-rolled cigarettes, or bought as “buds” that look similar to Cannabis indica and sativa strains. Smoking “hemp flower” can be very relaxing, but it won’t make you “feel high” like smoking marijuana. That’s because these legal hemp buds are high in a compound called CBD, but extremely low in the compound THC. Keep reading to learn more about these cannabinoids.

Chemical Makeup-

The main difference between the two is in its chemical composition, specifically in tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). THC is the chemical responsible Cannabis indica and sativa's psychological effects. An average batch of cannabis contains anywhere from 5-20% THC content. Some premium cannabis can have up to 25-30% THC. Legal hemp, on the other hand, has a max THC level of 0.3%, essentially making it impossible to feel a substantial psychoactive effect or get a “high.” There are some higher THC hemp strains, testing above the legal limit, but these are not available for sale in interstate commerce.  This threshold is heavily regulated in other countries that have legalized hemp. Hemp also has high cannabidiol (CBD) which offers numerous unique benefits.


Cannabis indica and sativa often looks different from hemp. When you observe their leaves, Cannabis indica and sativa's shape tends to either be broad leafed, a tight bud, or look like a nugget with tiny hairs or crystals. Hemp, on the other hand, has skinnier leaves that’s concentrated at the top. Few branches or leaves exist below the top part of the plant. When you observe the plants from afar, cannabis looks like a short fat bush. Hemp, especially hemp grown for fiber or seed, is typically skinnier and taller (up to 20 ft). At times, it almost looks like long ditch weed – hemp was actually found to grow among weeds in Nebraska, Kansas and many other states. In general, when you compare a cannabis farm with those of industrial hemp, you’ll notice that they are clearly very different from one another.


The environment in which hemp and cannabis are grown are often strikingly different. Hemp is grown closely together (as close as 4 inches apart) and are typically grown in large multi-acre plots. It can also grow in a variety of climates and its growth cycle is 108-120 days. There are numerous varieties of hemp, which can be grown for fiber, seed, or CBD content. Unlike hemp, cannabis requires a carefully controlled, warm, and humid atmosphere for proper growth. Its growth cycle is only 60-90 days. Medical cannabis also cannot be grown too close to each other. They are typically grown 6 feet apart. 

These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Consult your physician before using this product.



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