Have you heard that CBG oil is practically the mother of all cannabinoids? CBD, CBC, and THC are all derived from CBG! The hemp plant quickly breaks down cannabigerol into other phytocannabinoids. This process lowers the potency of the CBG cannabinoid. So, a CBG isolate is harder to find.
Why Dual Spectrum:
The dual spectrum formulas are like the ice cream swirl of isolates. So, if you have a hard time choosing between chocolate and vanilla, or in this case, CBD or CBG oil, you no longer have to choose.
Our dual spectrum formulas allow you to get the best out of the cannabinoids that you need the most. Get the benefits of the specific cannabinoids you love in one bottle.
Another benefit of the dual spectrums formulas is that there isn’t any THC. So, if you want the benefits of multiple cannabinoids but can’t have trace amounts of tetrahydrocannabinol, the dual spectrums are the perfect option.
The Benefits of CBD and CBG Oil:
If you take CBD extract for anxiety or pain and are looking for something that can help with inflammation or digestive issues, this is the perfect combination for you. CBD can help with several types of inflammation, pain, anxiety, and depression, according to the research on the subject. You can take advantage of the uplifting experience of cannabidiol, while also getting help with your IBS, or bladder issues. Cannabigerol may also help improve memory, skin complexion, and thyroid function, as demonstrated in several studies.
How to Use CBD Isolate with Pure CBG:
The Dual Spectrum Series with CBD isolate, and pure CBG can be used orally or topically, depending on your needs. Think of the formula like all of the other types of CBD oil that you’ve used. If this is your first time trying a CBD extract, it’s a good idea to see how you respond to the compound before taking a larger dose. To clarify, you’re getting both the isolate CBD and CBG isolate in this formula, which may feel different than taking just CBD or a full spectrum CBD extract. To determine how you respond to each of the cannabinoids, start with the recommended amount, and use more, or less, as needed.
Does CBD Oil Make You High:
Neither CBD nor the CBG isolates have THC in them. THC is the component responsible for the “high-feeling” associated with cannabis. So, there aren’t any compounds in the formula to make you feel high. Even products with trace amounts of THC (less than 0.3%) don’t have enough cannabinoids to leave you feeling high. In short, no, you should not feel high from using our products.
There’s a good reason so many people use CBD extract for stress. The compound has been well researched for its ability to help reduce anxiety behaviors. Unlike medications for anxiety, the cannabinoid didn’t leave the study’s participants sedated. While clinical trials are needed, all evidence points to CBD being better tolerated than traditional psychiatric medications and lacks any of the safety concerns.
Research in animal models shows promise for CBD’s ability to help manage depression. In the study, the compound showed antidepressant and anti-anxiety effects on the animal participants. Additional studies are needed to replicate these responses in humans, but it shows promise for the cannabinoid’s ability to help manage symptoms of depression and anxiety.
The impacts of CBD on inflammation have been well studied. In preclinical models, it’s repeatedly shown anti-inflammatory effects. In addition, the anti-inflammatory reactions to CBD were cited to help reduce pain from arthritis. Overall, the ability to help manage pain is a well-touted benefit of CBD.
If inflammation is a problem, this dual series CBD isolate and CBG oil is the perfect option. CBG has been found to help reduce inflammation. It’s one of the most popular uses of the phytocannabinoid.
The anti-inflammatory properties also help the gastrointestinal tract. A study that verified the compound’s improvement of digestive issues called for clinical trials. The researchers concluded that CBG oil shows promise for the treatment of inflammatory bowel disease. In another study, the phytocannabinoid was cited for its ability to help reduce sensitivities in the intestinal tracts.
Research into the mother of all cannabinoids found that CBG can reduce bladder contractions, easing bladder dysfunctions. In another study, the compound was noted for its ability to help reduce bladder pain.
CBG oil activates the CB2 receptors, which have been found to help improve thyroid functions. Further research into the subject found that the compound can reduce overactive thyroid function.
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The effects of cannabinoids described here are based on preliminary data and are to be treated as such. No claims are made as to the statistical significance of the results, or lack of bias in the data.