There are so many different reasons to be taking an alternative medicine like the hemp plant. For every reason, there is a perfect extract from this wondrous plant that can help bring relief.
For me, personally, I like to use CBD as it reduces pain and aches after I go through a grueling workout, as well as help put me to sleep at night much easier.
However, when it comes to allergies, I have done away with the drugstore antihistamines and found new relief in CBG.
CBG for Allergies and Inflammation
I’ll be honest, I didn’t know this was a thing until I was shopping on Thought Cloud’s website one time. I am a loyal user of their products and feel like I’ve tested the waters in just about everything that they produce. There is no limit to the benefits that can be derived from the hemp plant, but I was amazed when I saw this product and just had to check it out.
I am not a scholar on hemp products and hardly know my CBD’s from the CBN’s or CBG’s, but when I saw this advertised as treating inflammation and allergies, I was intrigued. I know that the balm I’ve used has worked very well for achy joints, so I wasn’t surprised there. But it was the allergy relief that really caught my eye.
I suffer from seasonal allergies. Every time spring comes and the flowers bloom, it hits me like a truck. Usually, I just go to CVS and pick up some store brand allergy medicine.
But, considering the results I’ve had from other Thought Cloud products in so many aspects of my life, they’ve become a trusted brand and I gave this product a shot.
You can get this in 550, 1100, or 2200 mg strength. Let me tell you, it works absolutely amazing. The sneezing, the itchy eyes, and nose, the runniness coming from my nostrils – all gone. Even better, the results last so much longer than the allergy medicine I’d been taking before.
As I said, I’m no scholar on things like these nor do I have the scientific know-how to explain how all this works. All I can tell you is that it worked for me. I’m not alone in that, as apparent by these other reviews on TC’s site: