Do you want more focus and mental clarity to perform at your best throughout the day? Perhaps your memory and sharpness aren´t what is used to be?
Then, our brand new CBD oil MELS Neuro is suitable for you.
MELS Neuro is composed of THREE potent cannabinoids, CBG, CBC and CBD, developed from FOUR different cannabis strains. These cannabinoids work synergistically to maintain and expand brain function.
The cannabis plant contains more than hundred different cannabinoids, all of which have medicinal and healing properties. One of the most sought after and researched is CBG – CANNBIGEROL. And for good reason, as it is the precursor to CBD, THC and all other cannabinoids. CBG has proven to enhance their effect.
Read more about the Endocannabinoid System here.
So far, studies show that CBG can have nerve-protecting, tumor-suppressing, anti-inflammatory and immune-regulating effects. In this respect, it seems that CBG has similar effects as CBD, only possibly even more potent.
Dr Bonni Goldstein, a physician who specializes in medical cannabis, claims that CBG can inhibit the neurotransmitter GABA in the brain and provide muscle-relaxing and anti-anxiety effects.
The concentration of CBG in cannabis is usually below 1%, making it the most expensive cannabinoid to produce, hence the nickname “Rolls-Royce of cannabinoids.” It takes thousands of kilos of biomass of cannabis to make small amounts of CBG isolate.
Other benefits CBG / CBC can have:
• Bone mass stimulating
• Brain cell stimulating
• Appetite stimulant
• Pain relieving
The other valuable cannabinoid in MELS Neuro is CBC – CANNABICHROMENE. CBC was first discovered over 50 years ago and is found in very small amounts in the cannabis plant. CBC is usually found in only tropical cannabis plants.
CBC does NOT bind to CB1 and CB2 receptors in the brain but has been shown to increase the body’s production of Anandamide, also called the “bliss molecule”. There are significant implications for its role in pain relief and mood swings. CBC also appears to increase the viability and renewal of brain cells – a process known as neurogenesis.
A study from 2013 showed that CBC had a positive effect on Neural Stem Cells (NSPC) which is important for brain function. NSPCs are specialized cells that maintain homeostasis in the brain and protect brain cells from oxidative stress and damage. The NSPCs become active under the influence of CBC, which may be promising for the treatment and prevention of neurodegenerative conditions such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease.
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