White CBG – The Best CBG Flower For Sale Right Now

White CBG – The Best CBG Flower For Sale Right Now

 

White CBG - The Best CBG Flower For Sale Right Now

 

When you think of Cascadia Blooms, you think of CBD flower. This is no accident- we’ve spent the past few years here in Oregon perfecting our organically grown CBD hemp flower. As proud as we are of our harvest, we’re not the type of hemp growers to rest on our laurels. Something that has caught our eye, and hearts, recently is CBG.

Our neighbors over at Brooker Farms introduced us to CBG and we fell in love. We’re all about sharing and are excited for you to experience CBG too through our newest strain, White CBG.

Before we give you a run-down of White CBG’s essentials, what is CBG? 

 

About the Strain

CBG, like CBD, is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid. It could almost be considered the ‘daddy’ cannabinoid for CBD and THC- it’s the process of applying heat and breaking down CBGa that produces these much-celebrated compounds.

Much like other cannabinoids present in cannabis, it’s effects and uses are the source of much debate and speculation. It’s found in far lower quantities than other cannabinoids, so research is in its fledgling stages- think of CBG in terms of where CBD was 5 years ago. 

 

 

That doesn’t mean it’s a complete unknown, however. According to recent research, CBG may help with a variety of conditions including cancer, bowel conditions, and glaucoma. Additionally, some of our customers have told us that they use CBG for helping with inflammation.

Thanks to the hard work of our team here at Cascadia Blooms, and the knowledge and expertise of our fellow hemp farmers, we’re now able to offer White CBG in our store. If you’ve been wanting to try CBG for a while, or are looking to explore even more benefits of smoking hemp flower, then you’re going to want to check this out. Keep reading to see why White CBG truly is the best CBG flower for sale right now.

 

Effects

CBG may sound similar to other cannabinoids, but how it interacts with our bodies is just as exciting as the flower itself. CBG binds directly with the CB1 and CB2 receptors in our brains, allowing for more direct interaction when compared to other cannabinoids like CBD.

As a precursor to CBD and THC, you could be forgiven for assuming that CBG can get you high. However, CBG is completely non-intoxicating, with anecdotal evidence showing that it is excellent at improving mood, reducing anxiety, and dealing with inflammation. To go one step further, Studies of CBG seem to show that it activates the CB1 receptor just as CBD does, meaning CBG may even counteract the psychoactive effects associated with THC.

White CBG has been grown to help our customers achieve a stress-free, pain-free day or night, and so far the feedback has been excellent. If you’re looking for a way to sample alternative cannabinoids that produce similar effects to what you have come to expect from our CBD flower, White CBG is up to the test.

 

 

Legality

Our CBG flower is grown in strictly controlled conditions with little to no THC. This means that our CBG flower contains negligible amounts of this psychoactive cannabinoid, making it completely legal in CBG tolerant states. Don’t just take our word for it- at Cascadia Blooms we are passionate about quality, meaning every strain is subjected to a 3rd party lab test to guarantee purity and legality. Check the lab reports out here for a full breakdown.

Smell/ Taste

White CBG is covered with white trichomes that make the buds look like they were rolled in sugar, and features Guaiol, Bisabolol, Caryophyllene, and Humulene as its primary terpenes, giving it a light woody, chamomile profile. This is usually the point where we start extolling the virtues of big flavor and dank, pungent nugs, but not so with White CBG.

The pleasingly subtle aromas aren’t overpowering, and this CBG strain is best for those of us who prefer the ‘less is more’ approach. CBG White’s terpene profile means it has a scent that is gradually discovered, not loudly announced as soon as you open the bag. If strong cannabis smells aren’t for you, then CBG White most certainly is.

 

CBG Content

As mentioned earlier, CBG is present in small quantities in any hemp flower. What makes White CBG so special is that it has been bred to increase the amount of CBG present. Current 3rd part lab reports confirm our White CBG contains 11% CBGa, for a total of 0.11% CBG.

This may seem like a tiny amount, but take it from us- this is what peak CBG performance looks like. A little goes a long way, and this Indica-dominant hybrid really makes the most of the available CBG. 

 

Uses

White CBG is a flower, so smoking or vaping is highly recommended. CBG oil is still relatively new, plus smoking hemp flower allows you to take advantage of the entire range of beneficial cannabinoids present. If our research into CBG has taught us anything, it’s that allowing hemp’s amazing compounds to work in synergy may amp up its potential benefits. Full-spectrum hemp creates what is known as the Entourage Effect, where individual cannabinoids work together to improve the overall efficacy of your chosen strain. In short, CBG flower may be more effective than CBG isolate!

Due to it’s more neutral flavors, White CBG can also be an excellent addition to many different hemp-based recipes. If you’re looking to get the benefits of CBG without making hemp the hero of your dish, White CBG blends in well with your other ingredients. Check out our CBG recipes for more inspiration.

 

Final Thoughts

CBG may be seen as the new kid on the block, but in reality, it has been present in hemp flower since the first person put flame to plant matter and experienced the benefits it brings. This isn’t so much a CBD vs CBG moment, but a celebration of how working together can yield fantastic results. We’re thankful to be part of a community that actively celebrates advancements in organic hemp flower, and are proud to be a CBG advocate.

We’re passionate about the hemp we grow, and our selection of full-spectrum, organic hemp is an excellent source of both CBG and CBD. With CBG isolate production in its early stages, finding quality CBG can be difficult. The scarcity of CBG in more traditional strains also makes extraction expensive, resulting in eye-watering markups when CBG is sold online.

Hemp flower is one of the most cost-effective ways to introduce higher levels of CBG to your daily regimen- head over to the store to see it for yourself and find out what all the fuss is about. We absolutely loved our experience with CBG flower, and we’re looking forward to our customers experiencing the benefits for themselves.

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