CBG may be a promising treatment for several conditions. Keep in mind, this isn't definitive proof, and while some studies show promise, the assertations are "unfounded as of now," says Dr. Solomon. Cannabigerol has not been studied in humans. But it has been investigated for its anti-inflammatory, appetite stimulant, neuroprotective, and cholesterol-lowering effects.
Cannabigerol is non-psychoactive, so if you're wondering, "does CBG get you high? - the answer is no. While there is still limited information on this minor cannabinoid, it is recognized that CBG is an antagonist against THC and actually works as a buffer to save you from the possible anxiety and paranoia that can accompany it .
- A study looking at 5 different cannabinoids found CBG to be the most helpful in bladder issues and dysfunctions, affecting the contractions of the bladder.