White Widow CBG - Delta 8 THC Flower
As one of the best-known strains in the world, White Widow CBG with delta 8 thc lives up to its reputation as a creativity-boosting, energizing varietal perfect for both day-time and evening use. Named for the abundance of white trichome crystals that cover its green, tapered buds, White Widow has long been a favorite of cannabis consumers.
White Widow Strain Delta 8 THC Flower
This White Widow strains is a hybrid strain that is just slightly sativa-dominant and is fortified with Delta 8 THC. Grown in indoor greenhouses without the use of harsh chemicals, then hand-trimmed and cured over 12-14 days, this strain takes advantage of a robust terpene profile that creates a pleasing, piney scent along with a smooth taste with notes of fruit and pepper.
Originally created in a Dutch coffee house in the 1990s, White Widow is a cross between a Brazilian sativa plant and an indica from Southern India. The result is a resin-heavy hybrid whose uplifting and creativity-unlocking powers has become legendary. For consumers who crave a great time without the psychotropic effects of THC, Delta-8 White Widow CBG flower is the perfect option.
Through a solvent-free process, the CBD is converted into Delta-8 THC distillate. The White Widow CBG is then glazed in delta 8 thc then kiefed and placed inside a pressurized container that bonds it to the White Widow CBG bud strain. The end product is a potent, smokable Delta 8 flower.
What is CBG?
Cannabigerol or CBG is a naturally occurring cannabinoid found in both the hemp and marijuana plants. It is the first cannabinoid produced during the life cycle of cannabis plants. It is made in abundance, then some of it is converted into other cannabinoids, such as THC and CBD. This is why CBG is sometimes called “the mother of all cannabinoids” — it is the chemical forefather of all others.
How CBG Works
Once inside the body, CBG works with the CB1 and CB22 receptors of the human endocannabinoid system. However, because it’s often converted into other cannabinoids, CBG is usually found in very low levels in hemp and marijuana (about 1%). Special strains have been bred that increase the abundance of CBG in other to better deliver its benefits to consumers.
CBG vs. CDB
Out of all the cannabinoids, CBG is most similar to CBD. In fact, they’re more the same than different; however, there are important distinctions between the two. While both are non-intoxicating molecules that have powerful beneficial effects in the body and interact with the endocannabinoid system, their different chemical structures mean they interact in different ways.
At the molecular level, CBD interacts with only the body’s CB1 receptors, while CBG interacts with both the CB1 and CB2 receptors. That means it potentially has double the impact of CBD, although studies into the complete nature of CBG of still forthcoming.
Potential Benefits Provided by CBG
What is clear, however, is that CBG and CBD both providing soothing benefits to the body and mind.
Importantly, it seems that the two molecules work best when combined. The “entourage effect” refers to the notion that cannabinoids provide increased benefits when consumed together, and that seems to be the case for CBG and CBD. Luckily, strains like White Widow CBG contain both cannabinoids.
Does CBG Get You High?
Unlike THC and Delta 8 THC, CBG is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid. It will not get you high. Disclaimer: CBG Flower with Delta 8 THC will get you high.
But that doesn’t mean it has no benefits. Quite the contrary. CBG interacts with the brain in important and beneficial ways. It just happens that none of those ways produce a high in the way that THC does. Instead, CBG stimulates brain cells to produce sensations.
CBG Helps in Keeping Your Body Healthy & Balanced
CBG is often touted for its ability to keep the body at healthy homeostasis, which means an optimal and balanced state. Though the body produces its own endocannabinoids, CBG flower enhances its natural abilities. In other words, CBG helps people reach their optimal functionality.
CBG has not enjoyed the fame (so far) that CBD has earned, and as a result is under-researched. While it’s abundantly clear that CBG does not get users high and that it provides a host of very real benefits, the full picture of just how much help CBG provides is still unclear. As research continues to roll in, count on science discovering exactly how CBG strains delivers benefits to the body.
What is Delta 8 THC?
Delta 8 THC is a psychotropic molecule that occurs naturally in both hemp and marijuana plants. But it’s not what people refer to when they talk about THC. That THC is shorthand for Delta 9 THC, the famous and mostly illegal substance that creates a high in marijuana users. Delta 8 THC is almost exactly like Delta 9, only less powerful.
On the molecular level, Delta 8 is an isomer of Delta 9. It contains all the same elements put into a new configuration. That results in a chemically distinct cannabinoid that interacts with the body in similar, but not exactly the same, ways. It’s comparable to the difference between drinking a regular beer or a high gravity ale. They do the same thing, but one hits harder.
In the natural world, Delta 8 makes up about 1% of the hemp plant. So instead of growing full plants to extract that tiny bit, growers instead convert CBD into THC Delta 8 through a process involving acid and heat. The result is chemically the same as its naturally grown counterpart.
Does Delta 8 THC Get You High?
In a word: Yes.
Delta 8 THC creates the same effects as regular, Delta 9 THC. It just does slow at a lower level. Consumers who use Delta 8 cartridges and flower will get less high than they would with regular marijuana strains. But that’s not a bad thing.
The gentler effects of Delta 8 mean that consumers have more control over how high they get. It allows experienced users to precisely adjust their high and provides a steppingstone for new users or those who are trepidatious about testing out a new strain.
Is Delta 8 THC Illegal?
Does that mean its illegal? No! Because Delta 8 THC is made from hemp CBD, it was federally legalized under the 2018 Farm Bill. At the national level, Delta 8 is legal to buy and sell. However, there are 12 states that specifically restrict it.
Speaking of Delta 9, this White Widow CBG contains hemp flower has lab-tested to ensure it contains less than 0.3% Delta 9 THC, as required by federal law.
Where to Buy CBG Near Me
Because CBG strains like White Widow are hemp based, they are completely legal in the United States. Users who wonder “Where can I find CBG flower near me?” should look no further than the Hemp Haus at 1379 W 39th St., Kansas City, Mo. Visitors to the shop can look, see, and smell CBG products and others for themselves, providing the best possible buying experience.
However, for those who do not live close enough to Kansas City to justify a visit, https://theHempHaus.com sells CBG hemp flower online. Thanks to the 2018 Farm Bill, hemp is legal at the federal level, so consumers in the United States can buy CBG cartridges and flower online and have it legally shipped to their homes.
Delta 8 THC Near Me
No matter where you live, there you can encounter Delta 8 THC near me. It’s legal in 38 states and can be legally shipped through the U.S. mail.
Of course, it’s harder to find Delta 8 THC near me if you happen to live in one of the 12 states that have passed laws specifically outlawing its sale and consumption. Those states (Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, Idaho, Iowa, Mississippi, Montana, Nevada, Rhode Island, and Utah) include areas that have legalized recreational marijuana use and those that haven’t. The only commonality is that each state enacted laws that included language to prohibit “isomers of Delta 9 THC,” which includes Delta 8.
For everyone else, however, Delta 8 THC flower is legal, and widely available. Check out other strains available at https://thehemphaus.com/products/mendo-breath-strain for premium, lab-tested products that deliver the best effects Delta 8 THC has to offer.