You might have already heard of CBD oil. After all, you can find plenty of information on the Internet about its beneficial effects. However, during the latest CBD fuss, plenty of us overlook CBD's remarkable little cousin, cannabigerol – CBG. It is believed that CBG interacts with human endocannabinoid system in a similar way like other cannabinoids. CBG oils are extracted from hemp plants.
Cannabigerol is not psychoactive, meaning it does not cause any intoxicating symptoms like with using of THC. Thus, it can offer therapeutically positive effects without affecting consciousness.
There are several advantages in using CBG, namely pain relief, it works as a natural muscle relaxant, it shows anti-depressive, antibacterial, antifungal, antimicrobial, and neuroprotective effects. It can also be beneficial with tackling urinary bladder dysfunction, strengthening bones, or it shows anticancer effects. Last but not least, it can become a precious helper to tackle psoriasis, calm inflammation of the gut, or support glaucoma treatment.