Dr.Ganja CBG Flower Review


Users on this website have some idea of what Dr. Ganja is all about. For one, the company offers a wide variety of hemp-derived cannabis products at great prices. They also provide pure and potent, lab-tested products to consumers. 

Even more, Dr.Ganja markets its own line of hemp flower. Most of the flower contains high CBD content, but this particular hemp flower has a high concentration of CBG.

Why CBG?

Although CBG is a cannabinoid found in hemp, just like CBD, it’s not as well known. It’s not as studied as CBD or THC, because it appears in smaller concentrations than these two cannabinoids. But there are some intriguing scientific insights regarding its beneficial nature.

This promising compound appears in greater amounts during their early stages of hemp’s growth. As hemp plants mature, the amount of this minor cannabinoid tends to decrease. Thus, producers harvest CBG from very young hemp.

So, what does CBG do for users? It works on the same receptors as CBD. In fact it tends to break down into other, more familiar substances like CBD. Based on scientific studies, users have experienced relief of irritable bowel disease symptoms and glaucoma. There are also reports showing its potential to display antibacterial properties and cancer-fighting properties.

So, there are good reasons to try CBG and experience the effects personally.

Who is Dr. Ganja?

This online CBD marketplace has been around since 2017 and was launched to provide high-quality, affordable hemp-derived CBD products to all. The website features various cannabis products that are legal in the United States and other countries around the world. By U.S. federal law, these types of products must have less than 0.3% THC, and so they do. 

Also, this website offers a variety of products meant to suit the needs, preferences, and dosage requirements of every customer out there. And now, Dr.Ganja carries its own hemp flower. While the main focus is currently on CBD hemp strains, this batch is CBG flower.

DR. Ganja CBG Flower: Product Specifications

  • Genetics: The White strain (rich in the CBG cannabinoid)
  • Effects: CBG has similar properties to CBD. It potentially aids with inflammation, pain, and anxiety. Consuming this hemp flower generally promotes calm and relaxation.
  • Cannabinoid Profile:
    • CBGA 14.3495%
    • CBG .2676%
    • CBDa .1646%
    • CBC .0629%
    • D9-THC ND
    • THCA .1431%
    • Total Measured Cannabinoids 15.0077%
  • Terpene Profile:
    • beta-Caryophyllene .15%
    • alpha-Bisabolol .09%
    • Guaiol .07%
    • alpha-Humulene .04%
    • beta-Myrcene .03%
    • trans-Nerolidol .02%
    • Limonene .02%
    • Total Measured Terpenes .43%
  • Third-party labs test every batch. They ensure there are no pesticides, microbials, mycotoxins, or heavy metals.
  • Made with USA grown hemp
  • Cautions: Users may experience sleepiness. Don’t drive or operate machinery after dosing. Before you dose, consult a doctor or medical provider.

Appearance, Labeling & First Impressions

Cannabis flower tends to come in resealable packets, as does this hemp bud. A zipper or press-and-seal bag helps keep the contents inside fresh until the very end.

When opening the mail package, I found the flower sleeve nestled inside an outer plastic container. Opening that, I extracted the envelope containing the actual product.

The inner packaging has a clear plastic window on the front so that you can see the buds inside. Across the front is a blue rectangle with the site logo. Below the Dr.Ganja name is ‘CBG Flower’ – immediately identifying the contents. And underneath that is a statement that the nuggets are ‘nurtured and grown in the USA’. There’s also a declaration that states there’s ‘0.3% delta-9 THC or less’.

Flipping it over, I examined the backside of the envelope. There are two white rectangles there with a good deal of information. The first asks ‘What is in your bud?’. What follows is the stain information and a percentage breakdown of cannabinoids. It also reiterates that there’s no significant delta-9 THC. The total cannabinoids land around 15% and the terpenes make up about 3% of the flower.

In addition, there’s a QR-code that takes users to in-depth third-party testing info. There’s also a web address where you can find the same data. A small square box states the volume of the package.

The bag also mentioned that the hemp is grown in the USA without any pesticides. It notes that users can vape, smoke or extract the nugs into oil.

There’s another note that says the hemp is in accordance with the American Farm Bill. and that it’s not intended to ‘diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease’. The next paragraph indicates that the FDA hasn’t evaluated product health claims.

Smell and Taste

Opening the package, I immediately noticed a plant-like aroma. It was a bit like freshly mowed grass. It’s not an overpowering or strong odor.

Tasting just a piece of the bud, it was a subtle flavor like celery. This hemp isn’t as skunky or fragrant as some others.

It was time to grind some up and pack a bowl. It was pretty easy to twist up in the grinder, not very sticky. I ground up enough for a couple of doses and put a little in my pipe.

After lighting it up, I noticed a very faint leafy smell. That was about it. Subtlety seems to be what this strain variety is all about. 

The taste was similarly mild. It wasn’t unpleasant. Neither was it overwhelming. The White strain has a reputation for mild flavor and fragrance.

Where this hemp shines is in its effects.

Testing Process and Experience

After my initial few puffs, it took mere minutes to experience relief. I experienced mental and physical relaxation. This variety of cannabis felt like a soothing Indica. 

I have some osteoarthritis and dosing with this herb really dialed down my pain. There are a number of stressors in my life at the moment too, thus it also reduced my anxiety.

I found it to be a good strain for nighttime. It will likely make you sleepy. I tried some before bed and slept very well through the night.

What I would not recommend is using some early in the day. Nor would I dose throughout the day unless you are planning on some downtime. It’s a very relaxing smoke. Driving after puffing would be unwise and isn’t recommended after using any type of cannabis.

But if you are aware of the tranquilizing effects and use common sense, it is a good remedy. It can definitely help with pain, stress and sleeplessness. Of course, you should try a little yourself. Just go slow at first until you see how it affects you personally. Then use as needed.

Final Verdict

This CBG flower isn’t flashy. But if you have pain or are experiencing stress, it can be helpful. There isn’t much in terms of taste or smell. The effects are really where it stands out. It’s a great late night smoke if you want to get some good sleep. During the day, it may make you drowsy. It will also take a bite out of pain and anxiety. Indica’s have a reputation for relaxation and relief for stress and discomfort. This promotes those things very well. Try some and see how much the bud may benefit you.

1 Comment

  1. I have become a fan of their CBG. It isn’t for everyone, depending on what you are looking for out of it. I’ve made repeat orders because they were quality. I’ve had The White, which is the best to me, but I also like Sunset. I am an out of state buyer in a state were the real deal is illegal, but allow CBD and CBG, but not allowed to cultivate. Vendor after vendor, I’ve found quality stuff as I was looking for CBD only. I later discovered CBG with the lower THC content which serves me pretty well at a certain aspect I won’t mention. Dr. Ganja popped up in my CBG venture and they’ve became very reliable. I did have one incident, but, surprisingly, they responded and helped resolve the issue. That is why I still continue to buy from them. I really wasn’t expecting that Doc! Keep doing what you do!

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