NAYSA CBG 1000mg
NAYSA CBG 1000mg Tincture Has Shown to Provide Naturally Strong Wellness Properties
- Appetite Stimulant
- Antibacterial and Antifungal properties
- Anti-Inflammatory properties
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NAYSA CBG 1000mg: The “Stem Cell” of Cannabinoids
While the cannabis plant grows, it produces cannabigerolic acid (CBGA). This is the first cannabinoid that forms within the plant. It serves as the precursor to three major cannabinoids. Cannabigerolic acid has the remarkable ability to transform into either tetrahydrocannabinolic acid (THCA), cannabidiolic acid (CBDA), or cannabichromenic acid (CBCA). Through activation by heat and light, these compounds are transformed from their acidic state into THC, CBC, and CBD. The conversion takes between 6-8 weeks during the plant’s flowering cycle. This find is driving exciting new research and applications. NAYSA CBG 1000mg is the perfect product.
How Does NAYSA CBG work in our bodies?
NAYSA CBG 1000mg Tincture works by interacting with our endocannabinoid system (ECS). The ECS functions to support homeostasis which is the self-regulating process that helps our biological systems remain stable.
There are three key components of the endocannabinoid system:
- Cannabinoid receptors – the CBG interacts with CB1 and CB2 receptors
- Endocannabinoids – CBG is believed to boost anandamide receptors.
- Metabolic Enzymes – CBG is thought to interrupt the metabolic activity that produces the psychoactive effects of THC.
CBG’s potential benefits
The human body’s built-in endocannabinoid system (ECS) works to keep the body in a balanced state. There are specific details about how the endocannabinoid system performs different functions specific to each area of the body. For example, at an injury site, the ECS can help regulate immune system cells to aid in stopping inflammation.
CBG Has Shown to Provide Naturally Strong Healing Properties
Researchers have gathered much information, to show that CBG has some remarkable healing properties.
CBG is Anti-Inflammatory
Studies suggest that CBG has many strong anti-inflammatory properties. This makes it a potential option for formulating topical treatments for muscle and joint discomfort.
CBG is Antibacterial and Antifungal
Like all major cannabinoids, CBG exhibits antibacterial, antifungal, and antimicrobial properties.
CBG is an Antioxidative
CBG has been shown to aid in delaying or preventing some types of cell damage. Its antioxidant properties reduce damage-causing free radicals and raise the body’s own naturally occurring antioxidants, superoxide dismutase.
CBG is Neuroprotective
A 2015 study examining CBG found that it was “extremely active as a neuroprotectant. Thus meaning it has properties that have the potential to help our nervous system.
CBG is an Appetite Stimulant
CBG has been observed to be an effective appetite stimulant. It interacts with several molecular targets that are known to be involved in the regulation of appetite.
The CO2 method is the most popularly used extraction. It involves extracting and distilling oil from the plant material to separate it from the non-active elements. The CBG oil that is produced from this method can be used in different ways – for instance ingesting. CO2 is often favored because it does not leave behind residue. This method ensures that the final product is pure. It is a method that has been deemed safe and has been standardized for herbal supplements and foods.
Some producers prefer ethanol as an extraction method; however, it is more expensive and time-consuming. It involves soaking hemp flowers in alcohol, agitating, then filtering separate cannabinoids, flavonoids, and terpenes. Then the mixture is heated to cook off the alcohol. The CBG oil that is produced from this method contains the healing qualities of the entire plant.
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