Medicinal Benefits of High CBG Hemp Flower

High CBG Hemp Flower is the CBD that is derived from the cannabis plant. High-quality flowers are highly concentrated, with very little to no soluble fiber content. The most flower has at least one percent CBD and up to fifty percent more. CBD is a major ingredient in Charlotte’s Wort, which is a prescription medicine that treats depression and other mood disorders. The two chemicals, cannabidiol, and hashish work together to produce the desired effects of treating depression and other disorders.

As more scientific studies are conducted, it appears that the potential benefits of this oil may outweigh those of the cannabis plant itself. Currently, CBD hemp extracts cost approximately three times as much as raw flowers, with the cost decreasing with each successive crop. High-quality cannabis is extremely expensive to grow. However, the low cost and high quality of the flowers make growing them more cost-effective for smaller, individual growers.

Terpenes or “terpenoids” are the key ingredient in the CBD hemp flowers and are the reason for the distinctive smell and taste. The terpenoids are thought to have anti-inflammatory properties that alleviate the symptoms of inflammatory bowel disease and some forms of cancer. A recent study from Spain suggested that the terpenoids in the flower act as an anti-viral and anti-bacterial agent. This new information could provide a possible cure for AIDS and cancer patients.

The CBG Flower is also being studied for use in alternative treatment for Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease. In Alzheimer’s, which is a progressive neurodegenerative disorder, the keto-enolates reduce acetylcholine receptor protein expression. This leads to the cognitive decline seen in Alzheimer’s patients. In Parkinson’s, the plant extract enhances dopamine synthesis and relieves Parkinsonism.

In the clinical trial with this strain of High CBG Hemp flour, patients with mild and moderate inflammatory bowel disease who were also taking antibiotics showed a significant improvement in bowel function as compared to those not taking the supplement.

The improvement was not significant in patients with severe inflammatory bowel disease, but these data are preliminary and need to be backed up by additional studies. Preliminary studies have shown that the terpenes in the High CBG Hemp strain can help reduce the inflammation of the large colon and alleviate symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome. These benefits may be useful in treating Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis

The potential uses of the High CBG Hemp flower are quite diverse and it is exciting to consider what the future holds for this remarkable raw material. If properly grown and cultivated, the effects of the terpenes will be very beneficial to patients with inflammatory bowel disease, HIV/AIDS, cancer, and glaucoma.

While the medical community has been focusing on the medicinal benefits of cannabis for years, with great interest from governments around the world and from health care providers and practitioners, there is little research being done on the potential benefits of this versatile raw material. If more people use this remarkable raw material as part of their daily routine, the benefits of using cannabis in its most versatile form will blossom.