Sauce Warehouse CBG Distillate in a Twistspenser Syringe
Sauce Warehouse CBG Distillate in a Twistspenser Syringe with Child Resistant Cap and QR code
Sauce Warehouse CBG Distillate in a Twistspenser Syringe with Child Resistant Cap and Blunt Tip Needle
Sauce Warehouse CBG Distillate in a Twistspenser Syringe with .33ml Measured Increments
Sauce Warehouse CBG Distillate in a Twistspenser Syringe
Sauce Warehouse CBG Distillate in a Twistspenser Syringe with Child Resistant Cap and QR code
Sauce Warehouse CBG Distillate in a Twistspenser Syringe with Child Resistant Cap and Blunt Tip Needle
Sauce Warehouse CBG Distillate in a Twistspenser Syringe with .33ml Measured Increments

CBG Distillate

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This Broad Spectrum CBG distillate syringe contains 32% CBG, 19% CBD, plus a variety of minor cannabinoids including CBL, CBC, CBCv, CBDv, & CBN. 

Now comes in a Twistspenser syringe with .33ml measured increments allowing you to measure out the perfect dose when dabbing, filling carts/vaporizers, or adding to food/drink.  You can also dispense this distillate orally if you choose!

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CBG Distillate Additional Information

Making Edibles with CBD Concentrates

1 Gram
CBD: 18.96%
CBDv: 0.87%
CBC: 4.15%
CBCv: 0.15%
CBG: 32.39%
CBL: 0.81%
CBN: 1.46%
Delta-9 THC: ND

CBGA (cannabigerolic) and CBG (cannabigerol) are minor cannabinoids that are becoming more popular in the Hemp & CBD Industry. These can be separated from crude oil hemp oil using refining processes just as CBD is in order to make CBD Distillate. CBG Distillate is more often rich in CBG, but it can also contain prominent levels of CBGA. CBG is the parent molecule in cannabis & hemp plants that ultimately produces cannabinoids like THC and CBD.


CBG, short for Cannabigerol is considered a minor cannabinoid. This is because in most strains of cannabis, it is found in concentrations of less than 1%. Cannabis plants produce cannabigerolic acid (CBGA), which is the precursor to the three main cannabinoids - tetrahydrocannabinolic acid (THCA), cannabidiolic acid (CBDA), and cannabichromenic acid (CBCA).

Specific enzymes within the cannabis plant break down CBGA and convert it into one of the three main cannabinoids. The acid is exposed to heat or ultraviolet light which triggers their conversion into THC and CBD. In most strains, CBGA is immediately converted to either THCA or CBDA. Thus, more THC means less CBG & CBD (and vice versa) by nature of how these compounds are synthesized.

CBG, like other cannabinoids, works via the bodies endocannabinoid system. When cannabis is consumed, cannabinoids bind to receptor sites throughout our brain (receptors called CB-1) and body (CB-2).

CBD distillate is the result of an extensive distillation & refining process which separates desirable cannabinoids from hemp plant material. This refining process converts the plant material into a concentrated & pure oil known as CBD distillate.

The process of making CBD Distillate requires specialized knowledge & skill. Certain aspects of the process may be dangerous for non-professionals to attempt, thus producing these types of distillates should always be left to the professionals. Creating quality distillate requires a specially controlled lab environment where precision to detail and proper equipment can be utilized to ensure the optimal results and most importantly the safety of those involved.


This is the initial step in which cannabinoids are separated from the hemp plant material. This separation is either performed physically or chemically.

Physical separation is any form of extraction that relies solely on physical techniques such as pressing hemp material to extract rosin.

Chemical separation is any form of extraction that relies on chemical solvents to extract oil from the hemp material. An example of this would be CO2 or Butane extraction methods.

Depending on the extraction processes used, the crude oil extract may contain plant matter or other impurities that must be removed prior to the refining process. Some extraction equipment will have inline filters that prevent impurities from collecting with the extracted crude oil.


This next step removes chlorophyll, plant waxes, fats, and lipids from the crude oil extract.

Ethanol is mixed with the crude oil and the mixture is placed in an extremely cold environment for up to 48 hours. The cold temperatures cause the impurities and undesirable compounds within the oil to coagulate and drop to the bottom of the container, separating from the desirable compounds.

The crude oil extract and ethanol mixture is then put through a filter to remove the undesirables and leave behind a refined oil extract and ethanol mixture. The next step is removing the ethanol. The removal of ethanol from the mixture is often achieved using an evaporation process, such as rotary evaporation.

In some cases, an additional step is required, depending on the cannabinoids desired in the end product. For example, if the oil at this stage is rich in CBDa, but the manufacturer desires a CBD rich oil, the oil must be decarboxylated to convert the cannabinoid acids to pure cannabinoids. One reason this may be required is if the distillate is intended to be used in edibles. CBDa isn’t easily digestible and will not provide the effects that CBD provides when ingested.


Decarboxylation converts cannabinoid acids to more usable cannabinoids. In this process, carboxylic acid is removed from a cannabinoid in order to make the cannabinoid active in the body and able to bind to the endocannabinoid system. CB1 (cannabinoid type 1) and CB2 (cannabinoid type 2) receptors in the human nervous system are unable to bind with cannabinoids in their carboxylic acid forms.

Cannabinoids decarboxylate above specific temperatures. CBDa and THCa both tend to decarboxylate around 220 degrees Fahrenheit. Decarboxylation isn’t just required when producing CBD Distillate intended for edibles, but also when making edibles at home or with other types of CBD Concentrates.

Finally, the distillation process.


The decarboxylated distillate is then distilled using vacuum pressure and heat. Specific cannabinoids and terpenes are separated from the decarboxylated oil by adjusting the heat and pressure according to the boiling points and molecular weights of the desired cannabinoids.

Different cannabinoids have different effects depending on which receptors they bind to. Therefore, it is important to experiment with different strains and products with different cannabinoid profiles in order to find out what cannabinoids are most effective for you.

What is special about CBG is that it has been found to act on very specific cannabinoid receptors in different areas of the body. Here are some of the findings regarding how CBG interacts with the human body.

• CBG binds to the many cannabinoid receptors in the eyes. It has displayed neuroprotectant properties, and it is considered a vasodilator.
• CBG has displayed anti-inflammatory properties throughout the body.
• In a 2015 study, CBG displayed effectiveness at protecting neurons in mice with Huntington’s disease, which is characterized by nerve cell degeneration in the brain.
• In a 2014 study, also with mice, CBG inhibited the growth of colorectal cancer cells and slowed colon cancer growth.
• Research has shown that CBG is an effective antibacterial agent, particularly against methicillin-resistant MSRA microbial strains resistant to several classes of drugs.
• In a 2016 study, CBG was found to be an effective appetite stimulant in rats.
• In a 2015 study that looked at the effects of five different cannabinoids on bladder contractions, CBG tested best at inhibiting muscle contractions.

These initial results have scientists excited about future research with CBG alone and in combination with other cannabinoids. Because CBG is non-psychotropic, it has a wide range of potential applications.

Sauce Warehouse has the most diverse collection of Hemp & CBD Concentrates on the Web! Our collection features only the best CBD Concentrates from the best CBD Companies in the industry. We have vetted essentially every company making CBD Concentrates and Hemp Extracts in the industry and added only their best products to our collection.

CBD Distillate available at Sauce Warehouse is a convenient form of CBD that can be used in many ways. CBD Distillate is affordable, effective, and the preferred choice for many of our customers.

Full Spectrum CBD Distillate offers the benefits of the entourage effect created by using terpenes along side a full cannabinoid profile.

Broad Spectrum CBD Distillate is a great choice for those looking for high doses of CBD without the intoxicating effects of THC.


These products are for purchase by adults above the age of 21. The statements made regarding these products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The efficacy of these products has not been confirmed by FDA-approved research. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. All products shown on this website are derived from industrial hemp and contain <0.3% Delta-9 THC in accordance with the 2018 Federal Farm Bill. The Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act requires this notice. Sauce Warehouse LLC is not responsible for knowing your states laws. Please check your local laws regarding industrial hemp products before ordering.