Non-intoxicating cannabinoid CBD interacts with receptors that release serotonin and, when administered in small doses, has been shown to help relieve both nausea and vomiting. CBD can also be effective in relieving anxiety, which can help patients manage the anguish of chronic nausea.
The main differences between CBD and CBG1223 Views 7 Liked
In recent times science has begun to become interested and to reveal the potential of multiple cannabinoids hitherto unknown or not exploited. Among these we also have the CBG which, from the latest discoveries, would seem a valid “competitor” of the now famous CBD. But how can these two Cannabis plant’s active principals be compared?
CBG or Canabigerol: What is that?1174 Views 9 Liked
Thanks to the new studies carried out by the researchers, more than 100 different cannabinoids have been found in the Cannabis, each of which has particular effects. These include CBG, or cannabigerol, which has been found to be very effective against pain, nausea, multiple sclerosis and Huntington’s disease.
CBD Oil Fullspectrum & Pure CBD Oil901 Views 6 Liked
CBD is the abbreviation of cannabidiol and refers to one of the more than 200 cannabinoids present in Cannabis. If until some time ago there was hardly ever any mention of CBD as a non-psychotropic substance and therefore considered uninteresting about the possible side effects. Recent studies have shown a multitude of health effects that this substance is able to produce on humans who use it.