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Updated: April 11, 2024

Best CBG Flower 2024

CBG flower is a rare breed of hemp flower strains cultivated to be high in the most important cannabinoid.

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CBD American Shaman CBG Flower

American Shaman provides a wide range of high-quality hemp-based products. They now offer five different varieties of CBG-rich flower, including White Widow, John Snow, Sour G and more. They're third-party lab tested and available in 3.5-gram containers which typically range between 15-20% CBG content.

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4.9
Best Rated
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White Wale CBG

Nu-X, best known for their CBD products, now offers high-CBG hemp flower. White Whale is a frosty white strain covered in trichomes rich in CBG and other terpenes. It has a citrusy taste and aroma, and provides calming effects. Available in 3.5-gram nitrogen sealed containers for locking in the freshness.

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4.8
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IHF Jack Frost CBG

If you're looking for a deal on some high-quality bulk CBG flower, this is your best bet. Jack Frost is an indoor grown CBG strain that lives up to its name with frosty buds and stimulating effects. Available in quarter, half, and full pounds. Industrial Hemp Farms even offers a money-back guarantee on it.

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4.7
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CBG flower

Not to be confused with CBD bud, CBG flower is cannabis or hemp flower with above average amounts of the cannabinoid CBG, or cannabigerol. CBG plays an important role in how THC and CBD are formed, while also having its own potential health benefits unique to CBG. It is often referred to as "the mother of cannabinoids".

With CBG oil being more common these days, some people are turning to high-CBG bud for their source of cannabigerol. High CBG strains tend to have frosty white buds that are covered in trichomes. Many of them will even have "white" in their name.

We compiled this list of the best CBG rich flower so you can select quality flower with the highest concentration of cannabigerol, and virtually no THC.

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CBD American Shaman CBG Flower

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American Shaman provides a wide range of high-quality hemp-based products. They now offer five different varieties of CBG-rich flower, including White Widow, John Snow, Sour G and more. They're third-party lab tested and available in 3.5-gram containers which typically range between 15-20% CBG content.

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White Wale CBG

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Nu-X, best known for their CBD products, now offers high-CBG hemp flower. White Whale is a frosty white strain covered in trichomes rich in CBG and other terpenes. It has a citrusy taste and aroma, and provides calming effects. Available in 3.5-gram nitrogen sealed containers for locking in the freshness.

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IHF Jack Frost CBG

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If you're looking for a deal on some high-quality bulk CBG flower, this is your best bet. Jack Frost is an indoor grown CBG strain that lives up to its name with frosty buds and stimulating effects. Available in quarter, half, and full pounds. Industrial Hemp Farms even offers a money-back guarantee on it.

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White Wale CBG Pre-Roll

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Now you can have your CBG flower rolled up and ready to go. Nu-X offers their best high CBG strain in one-gram pre-rolls containing 150 mg of CBG each. White Whale CBG flower is third-party lab tested, and has natural terpenes that give it a bright and citrusy aroma while providing relaxing and soothing effects.

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Arete CBG + CBD Hash

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Arete now offers exclusive limited edition full melt ice water hash, sourced from their signature strains. Each batch is packed with CBG, CBD, and a full spectrum of cannabinoids and terpenes. Experience uplifting and energizing effects and a tropical sour diesel taste. Contains 100% trichomes and zero plant matter.

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CBG strains

There are quite a few high-CBG strains available right now. Not as many as CBD, but the list is rapidly growing. The more potent varieties of high CBG often have a frosted white appearance and tend to be less moist and sticky than CBD and THC flower.

Their flavor profiles can range anywhere from spicy, peppery, earthy, nutty or cheesy—to sour, citrusy or floral. Here are some of the most popular CBG strains out there right now.

  • The White
  • White Whale
  • White CBG
  • White Widow
  • Jack Frost
  • John Snow
  • Frosted Cake CBG
  • Sour G
  • Lemon Cream Diesel
  • Cosmic Diesel
  • Stardust CBG
  • Super Glue CBG
  • You'll find that a lot of CBG strains will have "white" in their name to distinguish from other types of cannabis strains, and because they tend to have a frosty look.

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    Effects of CBG bud

    The effects are often described as energizing, yet calming and relaxing at the same time, with some body euphoria. CBG is said to be less cerebral than CBD alone, but is also said to enhance or intensify the effects of THC when combined.

    The effects of CBG bud can be rather subtle, but more noticeable than with straight CBD flower. CBG bud users have reported that the effects of CBG can be intensified when combined with CBD and especially with THC bud.

    These are the most common effects associated with CBG bud:

    • Calming
    • Relaxing
    • Energizing
    • Euphoric
    • Non-drowsy
    • Less cerebral than CBD
    • Can intensify the effects of THC
    • At first it may seem contradictory, but CBG can make you feel relaxed and calm without actually making you feel sleepy. Though it has been said that CBG can improve sleep patterns, especially when combined with CBD, it is not known to induce drowsiness.

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      You can experiment with various ratios of CBG to CBD and THC to tailor your effects. In short, CBG bud strains are suitable for mixing but can also be enjoyed by itself.

      These are the most common effects associated with CBG bud:

      • Calming
      • Relaxing
      • Energizing
      • Euphoric
      • Non-drowsy
      • Less cerebral than CBD
      • Can intensify the effects of THC
      • At first it may seem contradictory, but CBG can make you feel relaxed and calm without actually making you feel sleepy. Though it has been said that CBG can improve sleep patterns, especially when combined with CBD, it is not known to induce drowsiness.

        You can experiment with various ratios of CBG to CBD and THC to tailor your effects. In short, CBG bud strains are suitable for mixing but can also be enjoyed by itself.

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        Will CBG flower get me high?

        No, CBG won’t get you high. This cannabinoid is mildly psychoactive but not psychotropic. CBG affects the brain very differently to THC, and it does not come with intoxicating effects. In high concentrations, CBG may induce effects of relaxation and euphoria, but the majority of the effects that this cannabinoid has on your system are physiological and not psychological.

        The role of CBG

        CBG is considered a minor cannabinoid, as a harvested plant will generally contain up to 1% of CBG (rarely up to 2%), unless it was bred to be a high CBG strain.

        The CBG in cannabis produces CBGA—the “A” there stands for acid, meaning that CBGA is the acidic form of CBG. Cannabigerolic acid is the real star of the show here, as it is a precursor to the three main cannabinoids, THC, CBD, and CBC. Simply put, without CBGA we wouldn’t have THC or CBD.

        During the lifetime of the plant, natural enzymes (called synthases) transform CBGA into THCA, CBDA, and CBCA. These, in turn, are transformed into THC, CBD, and CBC through the process of decarboxylation—the removal of a carboxyl group with the application of heat. The small amounts of CBGA that remain on the plant after the formation of the other cannabinoids, are in turn decarboxylated and turned into CBG.

        What’s important here, is that almost all CBGA turns into THCA and CBDA early in the process. This means that the amount of CBGA left for the formation of CBG is very low, which is also the reason for the low yields. Compared to THC and CBD, CBG yields are often 10 or even 20 times lower. The main way to increase CBG yield is to breed them with strains higher in CBG production, which is what this page features.

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