Matterhorn CBG Hemp Flower is now available at Ghost Vapors! Rich in CBG content, the cannabinoid cannabigerol (CBG) has been shown to have a number of effects and benefits on the endocannabinoid system.
This hemp strain, Matterhorn CBG, is noted for its earthy aroma, with undertones of lemon and lime to give the user a full bodied hemp experience not found in many other places.
CBD and CBG are very similar in that they offer relaxation, as opposed to psychotropic effects, or a high. However, this minor cannabinoid seems to “pack a punch” in terms of what it is used for.
There is anecdotal, and research evidence to suggest that hemp strains with large amounts of CBG can have a number of benefits different from THC and CBD. Most recently, CBG has appeared in studies with preliminary research that the cannabinoid has properties within it that can slow the growth of cancer cells.
While this is anecdotal, it does show that the cannabis plant is a complex one, more complex than it is even given credit for. CBG has anecdotal evidence showing benefits for conditions such as Inflammatory Bowel Disease, and can also act as an appetite stimulant.
Hemp farmers are always looking to diversify their crops, and by being able to create hemp products that are rich in CBG content, they are doing just that.
NOTE: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Side Effects One May Experience From CBG Hemp Flower
Some of the side effects that have been noted while using Matterhorn CBG Hemp Flower may include but are not limited to: Dry Mouth, Red Eyes, Increased Appetite (Munchies), and Short-Term Memory impairment.
The effects of Delta 8, negative and positive, tend to be shorter lasting than Delta 9, particularly in those with a tolerance to THC. So any negative effects that can be experienced should subside rather quickly.