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Jack Frost CBG Hemp Flower Strain

jack frost cbd hemp flower strainAbout the Jack Frost CBG Hemp Flower Strain

This strain is a CBG-focused hemp strain that’s grown indoors and filled with crystals, creating a more robust medical and therapeutic strain that is as pleasing to the senses as it is to the mind and body.

“CBG [is] the non-intoxicating cannabis compound whose full name is cannabigerol, has been garnering attention for its promising effects for a variety of wellness potential.”

It’s a sativa dominant strain born from the Jack Herer sativa strain, mixed with input from the White Widow hybrid and Northern Lights #5 indica.

  • Type: Hybrid
  • Indica:Sativa 40:60
  • THC: 0%
  • CBD: 0%
  • CBG: 15%
  • CBN: 0.26%
  • Terpenes: 0

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Jack Frost CBG Hemp Flower Strain and the Senses

Flavor

What do you think of when you think of Jack Frost? The Christmas Movie? Cold air? That’s what this strain smells and tastes like, the chill open air of the mountains, mixed with the sweet and woodsy scents of the burning winter fireplaces as they fill the wide open air and hang on the pine trees nearby. It’s a happy flavor that transports you to a memory you may not even knew you had.

Jack Frost CBD Hemp Strain CBG
Appearance

These medium sized buds are classics in that they are traditional sized and colors, muted olive greens and browns, which make them perfect for the outdoorsy holiday and winter decor it conjurs up. The heavy frosting from the trichomes, in silver and white, give it the glistening appearance of being frosted.

Jack Frost CBG Hemp Flower Strain Uses

CBG strains are a new focus and they are being developed to augment the medical and therapeutic benefits of CBD without the high of THC or other combinations. It will make you feel happy and relaxed. CBG also has additional therapeutic benefits that can include relief for:

  • Stress
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Pain
  • Fatigue
  • Inflammation
  • Nausea

Jack Frost CBG Hemp Flower Effect

This is a very comfortable strain that will relax you and melt away the stresses of the mind and the body. It’s not an overpowering strain so you’ll be able to be productive, and with an increase in focus, it may make you more creative and help you accomplish more than you realized.

  • Euphoric, Happy, Uplifted
  • Relaxed, Calm
  • Creative
  • Improved Focus

Possible Side Effects

There are the standard list of side effects for any cannabis product, which can be managed by staying hydrated. If you’re not familiar with this strain or are sensitive to the effects, you may be a little disconcerted by it, but oddly enough, that will likely be relieved on it’s own, as the powerful relaxation of the mind and the body eases away the stresses and anxieties you might experience initially.

  • Dry mouth
  • Dry eyes
  • Headache
  • Anxiety/Paranoia
  • Dizziness

Growing the Jack Frost CBG Hemp Flower Strain

Jack Frost CBD Hemp Strain CBG

This is a new strain so we do not have information on the growing needs or yields for this product. It’s not widely available, so if you’re interested you’ll likely want to begin with clones.

Summary

Take a moment to drift away to a mountain chalet scene, where the snow is lightly falling and the soft crisp padding of the flakes falling on the trails. The smell of the wood burning stove fills the air and combines with the crisp air mixed with pine scent. It’s quiet. It’s calm. It’s relaxing. It’s soothing. That’s what this strain is like. All your stress and worries, your pains and aches seem to melt away as you’re transported into a new perspective to focus with an uplifted mood and attention.

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