CBG may relieve inflammation, discomfort and soreness after exercise while promoting a sense of calm and balance. Scientists are studying CBG to see if it could offer benefits for inflammation, neuroprotection, cancer and more. View studies.
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Antibacterial activity against antibiotic-resistant MRSA, anti-inflammatory properties, antioxidant properties, appetite stimulation, bladder disfunction, breast cancer, chemotherapy-induced cachexia (weight loss and muscle wasting), colorectal cancer, gastrointestinal cancer, glioblastoma brain tumors, Huntington's disease, inflammatory bowel disease (IBS), melanoma, multiple sclerosis (MS), neuroinflammation, pain relief, Parkinson's disease.