Best CBG Flower We’ve Tried

In my ever so long search up until recently, the 3 of us kept searching all over the web buying and trying different CBG strains of flower. Up until now.

One of our coupon sites showed a 30% off coupon for CBD or CBG flower found at this one site and usually, I must say, I stay away from the sales because half of it looks like College-grade schwag prized by 18 year olds all over Canada and the USA. But one of my favorite words was in the store name for this coupon: Shaman.

This site touted 2 strains of CBG flowers, each in .2g small glass pancake jars, vacuum sealed. One strain is called Lemon Cream and has 15.28% CBG. Now during this post surgery inflammatory stage I’m in currently, I wanted to rely on plant over pill for relief. One of our guys got .6g total and I was able to get .2g for my testing and comparison with the other guys.

My current flare up is due to a compression injury. Basically I leaned back in a chair and the amount of lean wasn’t as much as I thought so I ended up hitting the head and the chair basically squeezed my neck with the weight of the head coming down and for those with injuries like mine, terrible discs especially, compression is so incredibly painful for a LONG time.

So after about 3 weeks of struggling, I smoked one bowl to my head which was only three hits worth in my little spoon. Soon, a minute later, I forgot about my neck. Not only did I forget about it but the accompanying borderline migraine was gone. That’s not happened to me yet even with 20%+ CBD so 15% CBG from a good place, especially if you do your due diligence and find out where the store front gets it from, is all you need since CBG > CBD.

Now if you want more CBG, the same site has a .2g strain called John Snow and had a CBG concentration of 20.78% and since I don’t roast anymore, I actually had to sit down from that one.

Both these get 3 stars total, a star from everyone. Both were nice and sticky, hit the nose with a great aroma and you can taste a lemony-nutty in both of them to give you an idea of the terpene profile.

Conclusion: have bad inflammation? Looking for really good CBG? Looking for a pot-like hit? Get both of these? Great on migraine!!

Url to product:

Http://cbdamericanshaman.com

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The Panacea Profile -Terpene Isolate Based Pain Cream

After much testing, trial by fire, research and sharing my own terpene profile I made, I’ve decided to both name it and sell it with our CBD/CBG products as well as in conjunction with those products in isolate, broad-spectrum and full-spectrum mixtures.

  1. First off, the profile itself is to be used in a rub-in/massage-in cream to which I’ve named “The Panacea Profile”. Take whatever base pain relieving cream you use, for me it’s lidocaine and either Arnica Montana or Aspercreme with Lidocaine 2%, and mix in the following terpene isolates of about 2mg each. Make sure you either have a scale or measuring capability down to those small levels. Since I don’t use cannabis terpene isolates, you can save extra money by buying botanical terpene isolates from, believe it or not, Amazon. I like Fogg and Elevation brand botanical isolates with Fogg being less expensive but just as good per testing. Buy the following terpene isolates: Myrcene, Beta-caryophollene, Limonene, Linalool, Humulene, Ocilene, Pinene, Eucalyptol, Camphene, Gamma-Terpinene and Terpinolene. Mind you, the most powerful pain relieving terpene isolate in this group and known to man so far is Myrcene so when I tell you to add 2mg to each mixture, add more to your liking. By now you should have 22-24mg of terpene isolates mixed together in an empty bottle.
  2. Start with your Arnica Montana or Aspercreme with Lidocaine, add it to your bottle with your mixture of 22-24mg of terpene isolates or more if you added slightly more Myrcene to the mix. The minimum sized bottle I would buy of Aspercreme and Lidocaine is 2.7oz so buy empty 3oz bottles on Amazon or at any local fragrance or makeup store. Now, once about 2oz of Arnica or Aspercreme is added, you will have left over room. Add at least 3/4 to 1 whole bottle of 1500mg CBD:CBG to the mixture and shake vigorously. This is your base formula for pain relief and pain control. Each application of between a quarter and a half dollar size should last about 3-5 hours so apply mixture 4-6 times a day, just at night, when you wake up if you are stiff after sleep, after working out, etc. Massage deep into the location like a trigger point massage or deep tissue massage.

So far making my own mixture through research this way has been the most effective; and I struggle from debilitating pain that narcotics usually don’t fully help. This will help with fibromyalgia, cervical spine issues, Occipital Neuralgia, neurapathies, carpal tunnel, back problems, sciatic nerve pain, joint issues such as elbow and knee pain and so on. After previously sharing this privately with my testers, they have all found it to be incredibly helpful and rather inexpensive. The combination of terpene isolates and cream was about the cost of a small 30ml bottle of 2000mg full spectrum CBD oil with infused terpenes made by say Charlotte’s Web or Green Roads.

The only reason I have added CBD and CBG is for their anti-inflammatory properties. In this the case where you are relying more on the terpene isolates and their pain relieving qualities it’s not as necessary but I would still add them so you rely on less liver toxic anti- inflammatories such as Advil or prescription anti-inflammatory medications.

If you have any questions, just shoot me an email at steve@r2steve2.com and if you decide to market a product with these ingredients in these proportions and quantities, just give me some credit. I don’t expect royalties but credit will do.

Cheers.

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Tweedle Farms Samples – Elektra Cones – Part 2 of 6

Another fine product with whole plant constituents, no stems or seeds or other fillers.

As I’m used to Elektra/Electric Berry, I wanted to compare what I’ve had before to this and it didn’t disappoint.

With a CBD concentration above 18% and a terpene profile heavy with Myrcene, beta-Carophyllene and Linalool, it’s both highly effective for sleep and especially for pain.

I smoked the joint about 30 minutes before bed and took my new dropper of 4000mg full spectrum CBD oil, 2 dropper fulls which is around 250mg per dropper which helped me sleep over 7 total hours. I pasted my sleep stats from last night to Instagram,

http://www.instagram.com/r2stevetwo

as it’s the last post I made with the screenshot of my Fitbit stats.

So in terms of comparison to the other Elektra I’ve had before, I’m more pleased with this product than others. I would definitely buy more from Tweedle Farms as I believe they are around 8 bucks each.

The vapour flavor ban here in NY includes vapeable CBD unless it’s completely raw flavored and there aren’t many around here. All CBD you can buy online had flavor for vape thus making it illegal as of October 18. Originally it was October 4th but 4 out of 5 circuit judges issued a temporary restraining order on the law until the next meeting on the 18th. So in the meantime everyone is out buying all the juice they can with all the sales going on to clear inventory before it’s all thrown out.

Tweedle Farms: totally golden products and incredibly worth the great prices quantities are like an eighth or quarter, etc

The rest of the products tested are in the latest posting with the products from Herbal Pharm Rx e recently received.

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