How is Daygold unique?
Daygold’s hemp oils include CBG, CBN, other powerful cannabinoids and a dozen terpenes. Each ingredient has been chosen for their specific benefits and are included in precise ratios, based on decades of research. Powerful blends, yet gentle enough to take every day, without intoxication.
Research shows that cannabinoids, like CBG, CBN & others work more effectively when combined with terpenes- aromatic oils.
Daygold is the first tincture to combine terpenes from nearly a dozen botanicals with cannabinoids to promote a feeling of well-being. Our powerful plant blends help calm the mind, bring more ease to the body and a help provide a better night’s sleep.
Highest safety standards in industry
We take the safety of our tinctures very seriously.
Our facilities and processes are GMP, ISO, and FSSC certified- meaning you don’t have to take our word for our safety, we’re certified by independent 3rd party organizations to ensure we adhere to the highest standards.
Okay — So what are terpenes?
Terpenes are fragrant oils found in many plants. You've heard of aromatherapy- these natural powerhouses have long been associated with a wide variety of wellness benefits.
from peels, decreases inflammation
from camphor laurel trees, increases calm
from flowers, boosts mood
from flowers, speeds relaxation
from leaves, eases stress
When blended with CBG & CBN, terpenes amplify benefits and deliver targeted symptom relief for both mind and body.
We go beyond CBG for effective results.
Daygold contains multiple hemp and plant extracts, terpenes and other potent cannabinoids that work together effectively. Collectively, these extracts produce the "entourage effect," a dynamic difference you can feel working from the first dose.
Dr. Russo: neurologist, cannabis pioneer & formulator of Daygold
As a board-certified neurologist, Dr. Russo is one of the most well-respected and trusted people on cannabis therapy as he has been studying the medicinal benefits of plants for over 30 years.
In the video to the left, Dr. Russo answers a myriad of questions from co-founder Liz FitzGerald about CBG, and how cannabinoids work with terpenes to support the mind and body.
Getting started with Daygold
Open a bottle of Daygold and take in the delightful aroma and flavor. The dozen botanical terpenes in each blend of Daygold are there to boost effects, but they also impart a sensory pleasing effect, making it easy to incorporate into your daily routine.
Begin with a half-dropper (.5 mL) under your tongue for maximum absorption, hold for up to two minutes, and swallow. When taking your next serving increase by another half-dropper (1 mL total) if needed. Add a half-dropper per serving (if needed), up to two droppers (2 mL) per serving.
Plant blends backed by research and made with care.
Have more questions? We have answers.
What is CBG exactly?
CBG, short for cannabigerol, is a chemical compound from the Cannabis sativa plant, which is also known as marijuana or hemp, according to the US National Library of Medicine. CBG is not intoxicating, yet it does have beneficial effects like promoting relaxation and a sense of calm in the mind and body.
Will CBG make me high?
No. The cannabis plant is made up of many cannabinoids, terpenes and other compounds. CBG is one of the non-intoxicating cannabinoids of the plant. It does not produce the feeling of being high. Daygold's unique formula uses precise ratios of select plant ingredients to maximize the synergistic benefits of hemp compounds without the high.
Is CBG oil legal?
CBG oil is derived from the Cannabis sativa L. hemp plant and is legal to sell, procure and consume in the United States based on the US Farm Bill (signed into law in December of 2018). Daygold products are clinically tested by independent labs to ensure that they do not contain more than 0.3% of the psychoactive chemical compound in hemp that causes a feeling of intoxication.
What are CBG and CBN?
CBG is short for Cannabigerol, which is a form of cannabigerolic acid (CBGA). CBG has been uniquely connected to potential digestive benefits and potential antimicrobial qualities in cannabis research. CBN is actually more closely related to THC in terms of chemical composition. Yet, CBN does not significantly stimulate the brain’s CB1 and CB2 receptors (so it does not have intoxicating qualities). Early research and anecdotal evidence suggests that CBN aids sleep.
What are plant terpenes and what do they do?
While you may not have heard the word “terpenes” before you’re certainly familiar with them. More commonly called aromatic oils, terpenes are naturally occurring compounds commonly found in plants that impart aroma. The presence of unique terpenes give lavender a calming scent, roses their perfume, and evergreen trees a signature smell. In fact, more than thirty thousand terpenes have been identified in nature. Plants use terpenes in a variety of ways, including defense and communication. It’s the high-quality, unique terpenes in Daygold that create dynamic flavors, soothing aromas, and unmistakable effects for our customers. Terpenes are one of the many ways Daygold is a uniquely effective brand.
How to use
What are the potential side effects of Daygold?
Every body is unique. Some may find the recommended dose, .5 mL., to be just right for providing calming effects and a soothed nervous system. Others may need to experiment with the dosing, adding more or less to achieve their desired results. For some, coconut oil can cause a slight scratchy sensation at the back of the throat for a few minutes. As Dr. Russo advises, start low and go slow to find the dose and formula that works best for you.
Do doctors recommend using Daygold products?
Daygold products are formulated with the highest standards and triple tested to ensure efficacy. They are recommended by Dr. Ethan Russo, a neurologist and one of the foremost experts on the beneficial effects of CBG and terpenes. Dr. Russo helped develop Daygold and is a well-known advocate of the proven theory called “the entourage effect” – getting better results by utilizing CBG, and other cannabinoids with terpenes.
What’s the right serving size for me?
We recommend you start low and go slow. Recommended starting serving is ½ dropper twice daily. If you do not feel results after four hours, increase by ½ dropper at the next serving. Do not exceed 2 full droppers in a single use. Wait at least four hours between servings.
Who can take Daygold?
People looking for natural remedies to help them live their best life, every day can take Daygold. We recommend Daygold use only for individuals above 21 years of age. Please consult with a healthcare professional if you are unsure if Daygold is right for you.