The Stem Cell Of Cannabinoids: CBG Oil
Reduce inflammation, relieve chronic pain, and support your mental focus with USA Medical CBG oil.
CBG is the first phytocannabinoid (a cannabinoid found in plants) to appear in young hemp plants. When consumed, CBG causes your body to make more endocannabinoids (cannabinoids found in your body).
According to current published medical research, you can use CBG in the following capacities:
- Reduce Inflammation In Your Brain & Body
- Relieve Your Chronic Pain
- Improve Your Daytime Energy Levels
- Increase Your Mental Focus
Some of the currently accepted conditions that can be improved by CBG are:
- Huntington’s Disease
- Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)
- Some forms of Cancer (See Cannabinoids as Anticancer Therapeutic Agents)
Here at USA Medical, we combine our CBG oil with our CBD oil in a 1:1 concentration to increase the potency of the CBG and provide you with long lasting relief!
USA Medical CBG oil is expertly crafted with the purest, organic ingredients.
Hemp Oil Blend
A blend of phytocannabinoid-rich (broad-spectrum) THC-free hemp distillate containing:
- 89.1% total CBD (including CBD-A & CBDV)
- 1% CBC
- 1% CBE
- 0.2% CBG
- 1% CBN
- 1% CBT
- 6.7% other minor cannabinoids
And a 1:1 blend of 100% pure CBG isolate and 100% pure CBD isolate added to increase the potency of each concentration.
Hemp Seed Oil
Hemp seed oil’s many benefits come from its incredibly high content of three healthy polyunsaturated fatty acids: linoleic acid, alpha-linolenic acid, and gamma-linolenic acid.
Additionally, its ratio of omega-6 (linoleic acid) to omega-3 (alpha-linolenic acid) fatty acids is 3:1.
Some of its many proposed benefits include its ability to improve acne, treat cancer, and slow the progression of heart disease and Alzheimer’s.
Grapeseed oil is loaded with vitamin E, is an antioxidant, and reduces damaged cells within your body. This helps prevent heart disease and some cancers. Replacing food with high saturated fat levels with those containing polyunsaturated fats has also been shown to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease.
A study of grapeseed oil showed that the consumption of grapeseed oil improved inflammatory conditions as well as insulin resistance.
Another study indicated that grapeseed oil contributes to lowering platelet aggregation, which reduces blood clotting.
1.5% Orange Oil
Our organic orange oil is the beautifully sweet and all-natural flavoring we use to make our CBD oil taste delicious. But remember to drop the CBD oil under your tongue (and hold for 1-2 minutes), not on your tongue!
How To Dose: USA Medical CBG Oil
The average dose of both CBG and CBD for both new and experienced users ranges from 10-25mg per dose. We recommend a dose of 10-25mg of CBG, 1-2 times daily.
Any CBD dose above 25mg will cause drowsiness, so reserve that dose for bedtime!
Our CBG oil comes with a 1 mL glass dropper, graduated every 1/4 mL. This makes dosing your CBG incredibly easy!
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There’s no difference in each of our USA Medical CBG oil tinctures except for the amount of CBG + CBD packed into each bottle. That means there’s no wrong choice when you’re buying CBG oil from USA Medical!
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