A broad spectrum CBG soft gel can be used to treat different forms of respiratory infection, skin irritation, diarrhea, gastroenteritis, and others. Other illnesses that can be prevented or treated with broad-spectrum CBG soft gel include urinary tract infections (UTI), HIV/AIDS, various cancers including cervical cancer, dengue fever, herpes simplex virus 1 & 2, chikungunya, hepatitis C, West Nile Virus, flu symptoms among several others.
Reduce Inflammation And Pain
A broad spectrum CBG soft gel is also used to reduce pain and inflammation. Different types of arthritis can be treated using this type of medicine. Broad-spectrum CBG soft gel works by stopping the body from producing agents responsible for causing pain, fever, swelling, etc. These are some reasons why people prefer taking broad-spectrum CBG soft gels instead of other types of medicine.
Treatment Of Skin Infections
Skin infections are treated with antibiotics like tetracyclines. When treating eye infections, corneal ulcers, or vision loss usually resulting from infection, erythromycin is commonly prescribed as an antibiotic ointment on the eyes. Erythromycin antibiotic ointment can also be applied to the skin to treat acne. However, for this treatment, erythromycin should be applied directly to the affected area.
Treatment of Diarrhea
Diarrhea is a condition that causes loose stool and frequent bowel movements. Broad spectrum CBG soft gels can be used to treat diarrhea by blocking the enzyme responsible for causing the symptoms of diarrhea. Although diarrhea may go away without any medication, broad-spectrum CBG soft gels can help reduce symptoms by stopping more water from being passed out as stool. Diarrhea caused due to infection, especially those which cause inflammation in intestines, also responds well to broad-spectrum CBG soft gel treatment.
Broad-spectrum CBG soft gels are also used to prevent infections before they occur. The best example is the herpes simplex virus (HSV) 1 & 2, which causes genital herpes. These viruses can cause sores or blisters on the genitals and around the anus. Other symptoms include fever, headache, painful urination, vaginal discharge, among other signs.