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Hearing your kid screaming in the middle of the night with a horrible earache is hard to endure and frightening, too. That is, unless you know what to do about it. CBG is a lifesaver you may want to have in your home for emergencies. It’s a great remedy for the ears and helps with pain, infection and congestion. It has been used for ringing in the ears (tinnitus) and to help counteract hearing loss associated with aging.
CBG stands for the formula’s major constituents: Chickweed, Black cohosh and Goldenseal. Besides being useful for the ears, these herbs can help problems like tonsillitis, sore throat, teething, colds, flu, lymphatic congestion (swollen glands), and common childhood diseases (chicken pox, measles, etc.). It comes in handy for those who have difficulty swallowing capsules or taking bitter herb teas because the extract has a large amount of sweet glycerin. If the taste is still objectionable, add a little honey.
For earache, put a few drops of warmed tincture into the ear (ideally, after a couple of drops of lobelia tincture) and stuff with cotton. Repeat again the next day if necessary.
Externally, GBC extract can be massaged into tense muscles to relax them. It can be used as a gargle for sore throat or a mouthwash for irritated gums and mouth sores. Warmed to body temperature, it can be used as ear drops for earaches and infections, tinnitus and the early stages of hearing loss. It can be applied topically to insect bites and stings and minor injuries.
Internally, CBG extract can be used to ease anxiety and other nervous disorders. It is a useful remedy for anxiety or insomnia in children. It may be helpful for moderately high blood pressure due to stress and asthma. It is also useful for digestive tract inflammation. Internal dose is about 1/2 teaspoon for adults and 1/4 teaspoon for children.
Combination CBG Extract (2 oz)