Instructions for use, how much CBG should you take?
Often in the articles of our Blog we have talked about how to recognize a quality product, the ways to take it and the possible effects of “overdosage”.
Today we will try and understand ‘when’ to take our CBG extract and in which dosage!
Premium CBG Hemp Extract is a natural anti-inflammatory! CBG ensures that Cannabinoids act as neuromodulators for a series of physiological processes, among which pain.
In the past we talked about cases of arthritis in which CBD reveals itself to be a decisive ally.
Premium Oil with CBG can be taken to fight Stress and Anxiety, inhibiting the production of glutamate, which means protection of the brain cells.
CBG can be taken daily and not necessarily in a ‘therapeutic mode’, and this is because Cannabigerol Oil contributes to achieving an ideal balance of our psycho-physical system. Add a few drops to warm water; the inhalation of it will produce beneficial effects.
CBG (Cannabigerol), how much to take of it?
Metabolism of CBG, described as the father of all Cannabinoids, being involved in many physiological processes as a modulator of other systems, and not just the endocannabinoid system, is extremely subjective.
Observing oneself is probably the right answer, parting from a few drops, being constant in taking it and thus arriving at the number of drops which are necessary to satisfy one’s own individual needs. May it be obvious that, if you use it for specific pathologies, it is very important and always recommended to consult a doctor.
The Therapeutic Potential of CBG
In 2015, researchers from the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of the University Complutense in Madrid, have demonstrated the neuroprotective properties of CBG.
The researchers used two different in vivo models of Huntington’s Disease in mice, characterized by a progressive collapse of the nervous cells in the brain.
The research study discovered that CBG was very active as a neuroprotectant: while it improved motor deficits at the same time it protected the neurons.
Journal of Neuroimmune Pharmacology
The second study we mention was published in the Journal of Neuroimmune Pharmacology in 2012 and explored the possibility of CBG having effects on Multiple Sclerosis.
The Research highlighted that cannabigerol is a powerful anti-inflammatory and neuroprotectant agent.
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