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Hemp Flower – White CBG

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  • Premium CBG Hemp Flower
  • Strain: CBG
  • Total CBG: 21.8%, Delta-9 THC: 0.0%
  • Glass Jar with Child Resistant Cap
  • 100% Naturally Grown
  • 3rd Party Lab Tested
  • Non-GMO
  • Not Available for Hawaii, Idaho, Minnesota, Oregon, Rhode Island, Utah and Vermont. 
  • *All products are Federal Farm Bill Compliant and contain less than 0.3% T.H.C.*
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White CBG flower is the energizing hemp strain of your dreams. This ultra-uplifting strain’s buds are thickly coated in frosty white trichomes, hence the name.  White CBG flower is an aromatic dream with notes of fresh flowers, warm spices, and tart citrus. As the fragrance envelopes your senses, you’ll begin to feel balanced, capable, focused, and present. CBG is the ultimate “time to get stuff done” cannabinoid, and this flower has more than enough of it to go around. 


Percentage Levels: 21.8%, Delta-9 THC: 0.0%

Locally Sourced From: Oregon

Main Terpenes: alpha-Bisabolol, beta-Caryophyllene, alpha-Humulene


White CBG

White CBG is one of the rarest, most beautiful, and most aromatic flower strains you will ever experience. It’s bursting with benefits, but White CBG is not well-known to many people. White is currently one of the highest testing CBG flower strains available on the market today. Many of you might already know all the amazing benefits of CBD, but did you know that CBG is equally effective?


As a Sativa-dominant strain, White CBG is perfect for calming the mind and providing clarity for both daytime and nighttime use. With the perfect blend of tastes and aromas, check out why you should try this fantastic premium hemp flower strain!


White CBG Genetics

Oregon CBD Genetics was the team behind White CBG. They created the strain to have high concentrations of CBG, a rare but mighty cannabinoid. CBG (cannabigerol) is the little-known cousin of CBD because it is often found in small amounts in hemp (<1%).


Cultivating a CBG-rich flower strain requires a detailed and complicated cross-breeding process. Not many flower strains can synthesize enough CBG to breed, so this rare cannabinoid is often more expensive than CBD.


If you are a marijuana smoker, you may have heard of the mighty and famous flower strain “The White.” White CBG is the CBG version of that strain, containing many of the same flavors and scents.


white cbg trichomes


White CBG Strain Terpene Profile

Terpenes are the aromatic compounds behind the taste and smell of every plant. There are over 100 different terpenes found in nature, each with unique characteristics and qualities. People often associate terpenes with cannabis plants (hemp and marijuana) because that’s where they are found in the highest concentrations.


While some terpenes can play a role in protecting a plant, others may help attract pollinators. Terpenes can have various qualities besides providing the taste and scents of the plant. 


All terpenes are bioactive, meaning they react with the body and provide various benefits. Many manufacturers use isolated terpenes to enrich the scents and flavors of beauty and health products.


Here are some of the primary terpenes found in White CBG!



One of the most commonly found terpenes in hemp is myrcene. Over 40% of all flower strains have myrcene as the dominant terpene. It has a slightly spicy, peppery fragrance that you may recognize from beer and hops.


Myrcene can also be found in large quantities in lemongrass, mango, and thyme. Many cultures around the world use lemongrass or thyme as a traditional ingredient for medicine and even food recipes. Myrcene has natural muscle-relaxing and sedative properties that can help you sleep better and feel more at ease.



Limonene is a popular terpene that is extracted from citrus fruits like oranges, lemons, and grapefruits. People have been using citrus essential oils for hundreds of years as a natural, alternative remedy for many ailments.


Limonene is also added as a natural additive in many foods, cleaning products, cosmetics, and insect repellants. Its aromatic, citrusy scent provides a pleasant aroma that can help us feel more refreshed and calm.



Caryophyllene, also known as beta-caryophyllene, is another common terpene with similar spicy and peppery aromas as myrcene. You can often find caryophyllene in black pepper, cloves, basil, cinnamon, and hops. Many Asian cultures use essential oils rich in caryophyllene — like clove or ylang-ylang oil — for aromatherapy treatments or discomfort relief.


Caryophyllene also has a unique quality that allows it to act as a cannabinoid and bind to our body’s receptors in our endocannabinoid system (ECS). We’ll go over the ECS a bit further on in this article. 


Many scientists believe that caryophyllene’s unique binding property could have even more medicinal applications in the future, along with its natural properties that can combat swelling and microorganisms.



Guaiol is one of the terpenes that gives hemp its pine-like scents and flavors. Although it is not as fragrant as pinene, guaiol has aromas of wood and rose mixed in. You can find guaiol in many spices such as cumin or nutmeg.


As a minor terpene, guaiol is used alongside many other terpenes for their anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial effects. The earliest use of guaiol was by the Spanish in the 16th century, using guaiacum plants as an experimental treatment for syphilis, sore throats, gout, and menstrual symptoms.



Bisabolol may be a minor terpene, but it has many benefits that could have major applications in the health and beauty industry. It has a sweet, floral aroma that many cosmetic companies value highly. Bisabolol is also an active terpene in chamomile that has many relaxing and soothing effects.


Many studies believe that bisabolol has a significant role in promoting skin healing and anti-aging effects. It also has superb tension-relieving properties that many scientists believe could have far-reaching benefits in the future.


White CBG Strain Aroma & Flavor

Typically, when hemp flowers display an abundance of trichomes, the strain is more flavorful and aromatic. The White CBG strain is no different!


However, White CBG is not “loud” with its soothing aromas, meaning the smell won’t be exceptionally intense. The scents subtlely creep up on you and slowly fill your nose with its mouthwatering combination of earthiness, cedar, and pine. As your nose begins to sift through the scents, you’ll also begin to notice a slightly spicy and sour aroma mixed with the sweet smells of citrus fruits.


The flavors of White CBG are also incredibly unique and smooth. Familiar citrus and earthy flavors begin to fill your mouth and make your taste buds tingle. Again, the flavors are very subtle and will gradually leave a pleasantly sweet and earthy aftertaste in your mouth.


White CBG Flower Cannabinoid Profile

White CBG has some of the highest CBG content of all flower strains at over 13%!


While the White CBG flower has minimal to no CBD or THC levels, it is still considered a premium strain that is sure to help you feel energized, clear-headed, and focused.


Like all of our other hemp flowers, White CBG has been tested and verified to contain 0.3% or less THC, following the guidelines of the 2018 Farm Bill. Check out our Certificates of Analysis (COAs) for more information on the complete cannabinoid profile for this strain and verify for yourself!


White CBG Flower Effects

As a Sativa-dominant strain, the White CBG flower can provide clarity and focus to the mind, making it perfect for use at any time of the day. People who smoke White CBG feel a sense of tranquility without feeling sleepy or tired at any time. This relaxing flower strain helps those that need a stress reliever after a tough day or an energizing boost to kickstart the morning.


What is CBG?

Cannabigerol (CBG) is one of the many cannabinoids in hemp. It’s often overlooked because it’s found in such small amounts in hemp (less than 1%), but early studies have shown that CBG may have more potent and substantial effects than CBD.


Like CBD, CBG reacts with our bodies in the same way by supporting our endocannabinoid system (ECS). The ECS regulates many of our body’s functions like sleep, mood, memory, appetite, and digestion.


By supporting our ECS, CBG can help us reach a state of homeostasis (inner balance). Reaching a balance within ourselves can help us function better and work more efficiently. Some of the things that CBG can help with are:


  • Promoting better sleep


  • Enhancing mood


  • Improving appetite


  • Relieving discomfort


  • Boosting metabolism


Although CBG may be more potent than CBD, CBG is still non-psychoactive and should not produce any high or euphoric sensation. No matter how much you smoke, you should not feel high or intoxicating feelings!


Benefits of Smoking Hemp Flower

Did you know that smoking (or vaping) is one of the quickest and most efficient ways to take in the effects of CBG? When you inhale the smoke or vapor, it enters your lungs and passes through to your bloodstream right away. As a result, you can typically feel the effects of smoking almost instantly.


The effects from smoking hemp flower should last about 3-4 hours, depending on your tolerance or metabolism. The effects kick in far faster than eating edibles or ingesting CBG oil. Smoking provides a way for people to quickly get relief while taking in the flower’s natural flavors.


Suggested Use

There are many ways you can choose to enjoy Hawaiian Haze. The most popular methods are:


  • Vaping: Vaping hemp flower is one of the easiest, most discreet ways to enjoy White CBG on the go. Vape pens create smooth vapors for you to inhale while having the same quick effects as smoking. Remember to use vapes designed to heat dry hemp flower instead of e-liquids — though some can do both!


  • Pre-rolls: Pre-rolls are extremely easy to use and perfect for anyone who wants to avoid the work of rolling their own joints. Joints are also great to enjoy on the go and share with friends!


  • Joints: If you know how to roll joints, you can decide how much flower you want to smoke. Although it can be a little more work, experienced smokers often prefer rolling their joints for an extra bit of control.


  • Pipes/bongs: Using pipes or bongs is a great way to manage the size of your hits. You can grind up your White CBG hemp flower and smoke it with friends. Don’t forget to pass the bong or pipe after you’re done!


Why Choose Hollyweed CBD?

Our mission at Hollyweed is to teach the world about the excellence and benefits of CBD and CBG. As a relatively new industry, there is a reason why CBD has jumped to the forefront of alternative medicine options. It offers an all-natural, organic solution to many of your ailments, and we believe CBG’s time in the spotlight is soon to come.


We are focused on serving all your needs and bringing you industry-leading CBD and CBG products. We even sell Goliath flower, which is a perfect balance of CBG and CBD. The team at Hollyweed is dedicated to improving wellness with our fabulous line of products. Check out our site for more information on all of our CBD and CBG goodies!


Final Thoughts – White CBG Flower Strain

If you haven’t tried White CBG yet, now may be the time to jump on the hype train. This beautiful, frosted hemp flower can bring you many soothing and relaxing feelings while sharpening your mind. Taste the breathtaking blend of flavors and aromas with White CBG!


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