CBD and CBG Simply Put
Did you know that putting phytocannabinoids such as CBD and/or CBG into your body actually helps to “kick-start” your own endocannabinoid system, or ECS?
It’s true! CB1 and CB2 receptors, located within our bodies, disperse these phytocannabinoids (Phyto meaning relating to plants) to the parts of our bodies that are NOT paying attention to our needs.
The list goes on for days of the possible ways that cannabinoids can bring you better health and peace of mind. All it takes is a little research and a willingness to experiment a little to find the combination that best suits your needs.
Just in case you’re not aware of the many benefits you may be missing out on, I will throw some knowledge your way so that you may be better equipped to make a decision as to whether or not this natural, holistic approach to healing is your thing.
I mean to say, why give pharmaceutical companies the upper hand when there may be a natural, healthier option? I have chosen this direction and it has served me and my family well.
May help regulate blood pressure
May treat glaucoma and intraocular pressure
Has anti-inflammatory properties
Has intraocular pressure properties
May help combat Huntington’s Disease
May help to inhibit tumor growth
Contributes to GABA reuptake inhibition which may lead to muscle relaxation, tension relief, and a sensation of calm and peace
Could help with inflammatory bowel disease and colitis
May help treat eczema and psoriasis
CBG is helping treat symptoms of ASD, or Autism Spectrum Disorder. Customers report improvements with speech, behavior, mood, sleep, and more. Some customers even claim that patients who were previously nonverbal are speaking after taking CBG.
May relieve pain
Could reduce symptoms related to some mental health disorders
May help reduce some cancer-related symptoms and side effects related to cancer treatment, such as nausea, vomiting, and pain
May provide benefits for those with neurological disorders
Some research has linked CBD with several benefits for the heart and circulatory system, including the ability to lower high blood pressure
CBD might help improve sleep in people with certain sleep disorders
Have you considered why an herb such as cannabis, with so many promising health benefits, has been kept in the dark, so to speak, for decades?
Left to go unstudied with research halted?
If it’s that great, why haven’t the pharmaceutical companies jumped all over this?
The answer my friends is that one can not slap a patent on a plant. No money in it for the big guys.
End of story...
From my end, I will continue to speak out and up for the many benefits derived from cannabinoids.
My hope is that you will not just take my word for it, but do your own research, and draw your own conclusions and I’m pretty sure you’ll want to shout it from the rooftops when you are able to realize the benefits firsthand.