Optimize your state of mind with Camino gummies now available in three new delicious flavors – Green Apple, Tropical Breeze, and Freshly Squeezed, each with a new effect thanks to the addition of minor cannabinoids CBG and THCV.
These new gummy formulas combine functional ingredients, vitamins, and custom terpenes to promote focus, energy, and recovery. Before we get into the new formulas, here’s a breakdown of everything you need to know about CBG and THCV and how they can help support your everyday wellness.
What is CBG?
CBG is known as the “mother” cannabinoid because other cannabinoids including THC and CBD, can’t exist without the initial formation of CBGa in its raw form. However, it’s important to note that CBG on its own is non-intoxicating, making it a good option if you’re looking for natural wellness support without any psychoactive side effects.
How is CBG made?
CBGa emerges around the 3/4-week mark of the flowering phase in the trichomes. As the plant is exposed to the sun and matures, the CBGa molecule transforms into either THCa, CBGa, or CBDa. CBG is sourced through crops that are harvested before the molecule transforms into another cannabinoid. It also comes from cultivars that have higher CBG content due to their genetic and biochemical makeup.
What are the health benefits of CBG?
New science about the benefits of CBG continues to emerge, and studies have found it can help support pain relief, better relaxation, a more restful sleep and improved moods. CBG has also been found to help promote good gut health and have other health benefits that can contribute to clearer thinking and less brain fog.
What is THCV?
THCV is a cannabis-derived compound with unique properties and benefits that set it apart from one of the most well-known cannabinoids, THC. Unlike THC, THCV is non-intoxicating in low doses.
How is THCV made?
The origins of THCV look similar to the major cannabinoids. THCV begins its journey as cannabigerovarin acid (CBGV-A), one of the two precursor cannabinoids. Just as CBGA is broken down, CBGV-A is converted into THCV-A (tetrahydrocannabivarin acid) through the action of enzymes. THCV-A is then converted to THCV through the process known as decarboxylation.
What are the health benefits of THCV?
In addition to being non-psychoactive in low doses, THCv has some other benefits that set it apart from THC. Unlike THC, it does not increase appetite. Some of the key benefits of THCV are it can help support an increase in energy and focus and reduce appetite and anxiety.
Meet The New Camino Flavors
Camino Focus, Green Apple
Contains 5mg THC, 2mg THCV per piece