Cannabigerol has significant antimicrobial effects

There are a lot of reasons to avoid hospitals, however many people are ignorant to some of the worst dangers lurking in those hallways.

Sure, there is a higher danger for catching airborne illnesses like head colds or influenza in these buildings, however there’s one factor that worries myself and others much more.

Since most hand sanitizer is made with alcohol, this is predominantly what you find in hand sanitizers in most medical buildings. However, while alcohol can destroy influenza and cold particles, it is completely ineffective against clostridium difficile colitis, or c. difficile. C. difficile is a extreme bacterial infection in the gut that can cause patients to be sick for weeks with fevers, diarrhea, abdominal cramping, and chills. Although originally assumed to only be caused by pernicious bacteria, c. difficile infections now include a particular fungus that isn’t present in patients without the disorder, which potentially leads to it being so resistant to treatment and disinfectants when it’s on surfaces like doorknobs and sink faucets. This is where antimicrobial research of minor cannabinoids comes into play. The people I was with and I need as many possibilities for both disinfectants and medications used to treat the infections once they spread in the body. Cannabigerol (CBG) is showing significant antimicrobial effects in clinical studies. If CBG in high concentrations could effectively treat bacterial infections in the body, it could lead to modern treatments that were never available previously. Whether or not it would be strong enough to combat c. difficile recognizably is yet to be seen, however all of us need every opportunity available in the arsenal when dealing with pernicious bacteria.



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