This review will take you in-depth into White Widow CBG hemp flower. It includes a zoomed in look at the strain’s profile and genetic lineage.
First we’ll provide a general review of the strain’s characteristics and highlights. Then, in the following sections we unpack White Widow CBG’s profile including terpene and phytocannabinoid content.
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White Widow CBG Hemp Flower
White Widow CBG flower is a one of a kind creation that is primarily highlighted by copious quantities of the phytocannabinoid, Cannabigerol.
Its flowers are densely formed into an elongated Christmas tree shape and are beautifully coated with a heavy dusting of frosty crystallized trichomes.
The aroma and flavor of this strain are best described as floral, earthy, and spicy with a pungent undertone. Its high-CBG
content and impressive terpene profile make this a great strain for relieving perceptions of inflammation related issues.
White Widow CBG’s diverse terpene content also makes this strain a great choice for anyone seeking an uplifting, clear headed and optimistic effect.
In the next sections we unpack this strain’s profile and genetics and afterwards we’ll give you Mr. Hemp Flower’s official rating for White Widow CBG hemp flower.
White Widow is named as such because it has a white, frosted appearance thanks to its heavy resin content, and, of course, for its powerful effect.
This strain is a sativa dominant hybrid with cerebrally energizing effects. White Widow was born out of crossing two landrace strains from separate continents, an Indica from Brazil and a Sativa from India.
CBG is the building block of most primary phytocannabinoids including CBD and THC. Cultivators harvest White Widow hemp prior to CBG’s transformation into other compounds in order to create high CBG content version of White Widow.
This creates a novel strain with the terpene profile of the iconic White Widow that compromises higher CBG concentrations for lower levels of cannabidiol and other cannabinoids.
Terpenes, along with flavonoids, are the aromatic compounds found naturally in hemp that give the flowers their unique scents and flavors.
They also have therapeutic benefits in humans and play a primary roll in activating the synergistic phenomenon of the entourage effect. Let’s take a look at the White Widow CBG terpene profile.
Total terpenes 2.58 mg/g
Secondary terpenes include Nerolidol and Myrcene.
A delicately sweet and floral aroma a touch of citrus and spice, Bisabolol has a warm fragrant smell similar to chamomile, apples, and honey.
This terpene is traditionally known for perceived skin benefits related to inflammation. It also has antioxidant, antimicrobial, and apoptotic properties and produces naturally calming effects.
Also found naturally in cypress pine and the natural oils of the Caribbean plant guaiacum, Guaiol gives White Widow are particularly woodsy and floral scent.
Long treasured for its potential anti-tumor and antibacterial properties, this terpene has been used for ages as a natural remedy against issue related to pain and inflammation.
Pinene is mostly found in fresh pine trees, pine needles and cones, but it can also be noticed in certain herbs such as hemp. It has an invigorating effect on mental clarity and focus and an uplifting sensation in the body.
This terpene is considered a bronchodilator for its beneficial effect to breathing pathways. Pinene also has antimicrobial and antispasmodic properties.
Most commonly associated with black pepper, Caryophyllene is one of the most common terpenes found naturally in hemp flower.
This terpene gives White Widow CBG a spicy sensation on the lips and mouth when it is smoked.
Caryophyllene has known anti-inflammatory and apoptotic properties and may improve perceptions of pain.
Our limited quantity batch of White Widow CBG contains a total of 17.4% Cannabigerol and an additional .36% secondary phytocannabinoids.
· Total Phytocannabinoid content 17.40%
· Total CBG 17.04%
· Total secondary phytocannabinoids 0.36%
Cannabigerol is a building block used by hemp and cannabis to produce other primary phytocannabinoid compounds. In other words, the hemp plant first creates CBG before it creates most other compounds.
CBG has many potential benefits and therapeutic properties that may be useful to people suffering from problems related to pain or inflammation. Be sure to keep reading to learn more about the best uses for White Widow CBG hemp.
White Widow CBG is best used for reducing perceptions of pain-related inflammation and boosting mental calmness and clarity. With improved symptoms related to stress and pain, it’s also easier to relax in the evening, rest well and sleep at night.
Phytocannabinoids such as CBG provide benefit and support the healthy functioning of the endocannabinoid system. The particular potential benefits related to the profile of this strain include,
· Joint pain
· Neck and face pain
· Migraines and headaches
· Lower back pain
· Mental fog
· Muscle stiffness or spasms
· And more
After our in-depth review of White Widow CBG, we’re pretty impressed. We’ve got a terpene-rich strain with some of the highest concentrations of Cannabigerol ever recorded in hemp.
Although we typically like to see more cannabidiol expressed in strains of this caliber, we’re still granting this strain a well-deserved 5/5 and recommend it to anyone new to hemp and phytocannabinoids.
White Widow CBG Review Highlights
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FAQs About White Widow
Our limited supply of White Widow CBG contains 17.04% CBG content and an additional .36% secondary phytocannabinoids.
White Widow CBG can serve both day and nighttime purposes. Improving mental clarity and reducing perceptions of pain-related inflammation with phytocannabinoid rich hemp flower throughout the day may also benefit how you feel in the evenings allowing you to rest better.
No, CBG won’t make you high. Phytocannabinoids support a healthy functioning endocannabinoid system. Compounds such as CBG and CBD do not have psychoactive properties that impair cognition or motor coordination like THC.
CBD and Hemp were removed from the definition of marijuana, a controlled substance by the DEA, under the 2018 Farm Bill, making hemp flower legal in all 50 US states.
Always check your local and state regulations regarding hemp and act in accordance with the law.