Goodbody Botanicals - CBG Spray Hand Cleanser - 50ml
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Unlike regular Alcohol-based hand cleansing products, our technicians have harnessed the added properties of CBG.
The product also has moisturising properties, to prevent leaving your hands dry after use.
Research shown by McMaster University has shown that Cannabigerol (CBG) is an effective anti-bacterial and now combined with alcohol, our new hand cleanser is a powerful tool to keep your hands clean.
The Goodbody Botanicals’ CBG Hand Cleanser is now available in a 50ml bottle for just £7.99
(Also available in 5 or 10 Packs for families or teams)
We pride ourselves on maintaining the highest levels of hygiene in our production processes and hand cleansers play their part, so the current shortage of hand sanitisers lead us to a problem. Given our knowledge of the cannabinoid family, the obvious solution was to develop our own with the added use of CBG (or Cannabigerol).
Avoid contact with eyes. If products get into eyes, rinse immediately with clean water. Store out of reach of Children. This product is FLAMMABLE, please keep away from a naked flame.
Store at room temperature. Use within 24 months of opening.
Use topically. Spray a small amount onto hands. Rub hands together until dry, ensuring that backs, palms and between fingers are covered.
(70%) Alcohol Denat, Aqua, Glycerin, Parfum, Cannabigerol (CBG), Citrus Aurantium Dulcis Oil, Aloe barbadensis Leaf Juice, Limonene, Linalool, Citral. THC Free*
Latest Test Certificates: Batch no: C-AR01288-3-1
Goodbody Botanicals is not making or inferring a medical claim about the inclusion of CBG in our hand cleanser product. The 70% alcohol content is the proven anti-viral and anti-bacterial base. CBG is an additive that external research suggests could be useful.
*THC Content is tested to contain below 0.01%
** Research conducted by McMaster University, Ontario:
Researchers uncover hidden antibiotic potential of cannabis (Published: 28th February 2020):