Updated on March 19, 2020. Medical content reviewed by Dr. Joseph Rosado, MD, M.B.A, Chief Medical Officer
Cannabigerovarin, a derivative of cannabigerol, is one of the most useful cannabinoids derived from the cannabis herb. Cannabigerol has been referred to as the mother of all cannabinoids owing to its role as a molecular precursor of major cannabinoids that also includes THC and cannabidiol. CBGV is perceived to have no psychoactive effects when consumed or inhaled. Research studies have attributed the compound to enhance the competency of the cellular receptors of the ECS to readily bind with THC molecules. It is also believed that CBGV also enhances CBD metabolism therein making CBD more powerful when paired with CBGV.
Talking about the possible benefits of taking CBGV, it has been found that CBGV has painkilling and anti-inflammatory properties. These properties make the CBGV effective in treating conditions like fibromyalgia and arthritis. Furthermore, CBGV has been known to curing and improving dry skin conditions as well. Cancer treatment is another area where CBGV can prove to be useful. This cannabinoid can be especially useful in patients undergoing chemotherapy and radiation. CBGV is cytostatic in blood cancer cells therein halting further proliferation of cancer tissue.
People seeking marijuana treatment often inquire about a cannabis strain that can relieve their medical symptoms and help them feel better. Cannabigerovarin might be worth considering.