Applying Clinical Research to Cannabinoid-Based Medicine
There are a whole family of cannabinoids which are a natural biproduct of hemp, are not psychoactive, and are very well tolerated with few known side effects.
Annecdotal evidence suggests that there is a causal link between the use of cannabinoids and a reduction in overall anxiety, involuntary muscle convulsions as well as generally muscle relaxant responses in addition to being effective at treating pain. The company has licensed a database containing observational data on over 15,000 patients spanning 20 years that have been treated with cannabinoids, including dosage, method of delivery and outcomes. This asset will accelerate the company’s research and development efforts.
“The Mother of all Cannabinoids”
A Precursor for better health outcomes
A Focus on Cannabigerol (CBG). It is the precursor from which all other cannabinoids are created via naturally occurring chemical pathways that induce physiological responses.
CBG is a naturally occurring phytocannabinoid, is non-psychotropic, is highly bioactive, and is well tolerated.
Research suggests CBG is a unique powerful agent with specific therapeutic potential to treat Endo-Cannabinoid System (ECS) deficiencies for a wide spectrum of conditions.
CBG is hard to source as it is only found in low concentrations in the hemp plant. Greenspace Labs has key relationships with single-source US-based growers that specialize in rare strains with exceptionally high levels of CBG to produce extremely high quality isolate.
Untapped Therapeutic Potential for The Endocannabinoid System
The Endocannabinoid System (ECS) plays a pivotal role in the human body’s homeostatic systems.
Backed by a growing body of clinical evidence, it is believed that the body’s natural production of endocannabinoids and their ability to bind to cannabinoid receptors, helps to modulate responses for pain, appetite, sleep, memory, mood amongst others. Consequently, endocannabinoid deficiencies are thought to play a role in medical conditions including sleep disorders, eating disorders, chronic pain, Crohn’s Disease, Ulcerative Colitis and Inflammatory Bowel Disease.