I am sharing 4 of CBG Oil’s Healing Properties! The cannabanoids within the cannabis plant are currently being studied world wide for Medical Benefits.
CBG stands for Cannabigerol which is a substance that naturally comes from the cannabis plant or more well known as the marijuiana plant or hemp plant. CBG is non-intoxicating so it will not give you a high.
The CBG provides 4 Healing Properties. Check out the newest research on CBG below!
1. Impact on Cancer
A study from Italy found that CBG can inhibit the growth of tumors in colorectal cancer cells! Therefore, CBG is blocking the receptors responsible for the growth of cancer cells.
2. Anti-Inflammatory and Antioxidant Medical Benefits
CBG has both anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties. In other words,CBG use for Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is positively reducing inflammation. Reducing inflammation is such a huge medical benefit to people who have Ulcerative colitis, and Crohn’s Disease. In as much as, CBG is being helpful to those with other diseases falling under the umbrella of IBS.
3. Glaucoma Treatment
Glaucoma is caused by high pressure in the eyes. Therefore, quick treatment of Glaucoma is needed to prevent blindness. Because CBG can help reduce the pressure in the eyes, Researchers are proposing that CBG can become an important treatment for glaucoma. In other words, CBG is having vasodilation properties which means CBG can help dilate the blood vessels to protect the eye providing great healing properties.
4. Antibacterial Healing Properties
Antibiotics are becoming less effective against many bacteria such as MRSA therefore, turning MRSA into a deadly infection. Most importantly, CBG is antibacterial and is showing positive activity against MRSA.
As more studies are completed, CBG Oil’s list of healing benefits will continue to show that CBG will become a benefit in the health field.
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