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Thinking of trying CBG? Here’s what you need to know…

What is CBG used for?

Based on available research, CBG holds strong potential for a number of wellness goals. CBG has been show have anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antifungal and analgesic properties, as well as calming and uplifting effects for adults of all ages. CBG is used in many types of topical products such as oils, creams, gels, and skin products due to its strong antibacterial and antifungal properties. Some people use CBG to reduce inflammation or muscle and joint pain. It has also been shown to be of potential benefit for a range of skin conditions and irritations.

This minor cannabinoid has caught the attention of athletes for its potential to aid recovery and improve overall well-being, which are laudable goals whether you’re a serious athlete or just looking for ways to improve your daily training regimen.

“Part of our work at KOR Medical has been to look at how different cannabinoids work together in beneficial ways,” said David Hayek, product development for KOR Medical. “CBD has calming and anti-inflammatory properties that can be helpful in treating joint and muscle pain after workouts. But when developing KOR Relief, we went a step further, looking at other available cannabinoids that might work well in conjunction with CBD to really solve the problem. We have found that CBG has a lot of research on its performance recovery effects as well as its antibacterial properties which are well suited for people who train in gym settings.

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