Why is CBG OIL Beneficial to Pets' Health?
Talk about painkillers for dogs through the endocannabinoid system.
In order to understand the mechanisms of action in the body for dog painkillers and doggie natural painkillers, we need to be aware of protein receptors CB1 and CB2.
CB1 and CB2 are cannabinoid-binding receptors that bind to cannabinoids and cause changes in cell activity or neurotransmitters.
As can be seen from the table above, there are many CB1 and CB2 in the body of dogs and cats, so supplementation of cannabinoids through CBD or CBG intake can enhance 'homeostasis' that makes the body function optimally.
To put it more simply, since the receptors are all over the body, ingesting cannabinoids and activating them will make them work smoothly all over the body.
The reason hemp-related products are being introduced as a panacea is probably because CB1 and CB2 receptors are all over the body. The above may be easier to understand if you define "cannabinoid" as a substance that binds to the CB1 and CB2 receptors.
Cannabinoids are divided into three types:
- endocannabinoids, which are synthesized by the body,
- natural cannabinoids found in plants such as hemp,
- and synthetic cannabinoids developed artificially.
Although much research is still needed, the diseases claimed to be cured by hemp are because the endocannabinoid system in the body does not work properly.
There is no doubt that hemp-related products are substances that manage and improve the entire human body beyond being effective for specific diseases.
Each pet has a different degree of reaction to CBG oil. If consuming CBG oil doesn't work, we need to pay attention to Omega 3.
As the omega-3 markers EPA and DHA are beginning to be recognized as endocannabinoid substances produced in the body, omega-3 is drawing new attention as a tremendous substance that goes beyond the effects of cardiovascular health.
However, the amount of EPA and DHA produced in the body does not reach the amount required by the body, so it is very important to consume the proper amount from outside.
Over the past decade, researchers have discovered that omega-3 fatty acid intake has a beneficial effect on CB1 receptor function, and a relative deficiency can contribute to major damage to the endocannabinoid system.
CBG, a plant cannabinoid, and omega-3, an endocannabinoid, also need to bind to CB1 and CB2 receptors to be effective.
In this regard, the greatest function of omega-3s is that they have been shown to be effective in enhancing the function of CB1 receptors.
CB1 receptors are concentrated in the brain and nervous system, but they also play a role in inflammatory processes.
Therefore, taking omega-3 and CBG at the same time will be especially effective for brain and nervous system diseases where CB1 receptors are herpes.