What is Doctor Herb CBG oil?
CBG oil is sometimes called the mother cannabinoid or stem cell. That is because CBD and THC are developed from CBG. This cannabinoid interacts with the endocannabinoid system in our bodies by binding to receptors. These receptors play a role in our bodies’ homeostasis and may help with mood, physiology and more. CBG is said to be more potent than other cannabinoids.
What is broad-spectrum?
CBG oil from Doctor Herb is 100% organic, vegan and has a super smooth flavour. The product contains the full spectrum of cannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids. Using a broad-spectrum cannabinoid oil will mean that the cannabinoids and terpenes work in synergy to have extra benefits. This is called the entourage effect.
Broad-spectrum CBG oil does not contain THC. If you are concerned about strict drug testing then you can rest assured that this will not show up on even the most thorough of tests as it doesn’t contain the illegal cannabinoid, THC.
Doctor Herb CBG oil Ingredients
Hemp Seed Oil – Hemp oil contains Omega 6 to Omega 3 essential fatty acids. These are important for helping to prevent and manage diseases.
Terpenes– Terpenes are found in the plant world. There are over 100 in cannabis and they have their own benefit profile. Terpenes, CBD and CBG all work in synergy with each other.
Flavonoids– These are said to have high antioxidant properties.
What may Doctor Herb help with?
- Inhibit cell growth of some tumours
- Neuroprotective effects
- Regulate mood
- Increase natural levels of anandamide, which may help with depression and anxiety
- Kill bacteria growth
- Reduce inflammation
- Promote bone growth
- Increase appetite
- Currently being researched for Huntington’s Disease
Will Doctor Herb 500mg CBG Broad Spectrum CBG oil get me high?
CBG tinctures from Doctor Herb are THC free. THC is the cannabinoid which causes psychoactive effects. Due to the fact that this product is THC free, it is also legal. However, before you place an order make sure that the tinctures are legal in your country as the law may differ from place to place.
Read our guide on CBG here >