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Jack Frost is especially useful as a social strain because of its uplifting and euphoric effects. It is known for engendering happiness and periods of giggling. Medicinally, this citrus and musky tasting Sativa-dominant hybrid has proven helpful for the treatment of anxiety, loss of appetite, and stress. This strain has 15.106% total cannabinoids, including 14.514% CBG.
Jack Frost was developed and significantly improved by Goldenseed over a five-year period. Its lineage includes Northern Lights, White Widow, and Jack Herer. Like most Sativa strains, Jack Frost is fluffy and dry and has a delicate feel. The sweet citrus smell and woody taste make this an easy smoke for users looking for an uplifting euphoria or a medication for pain and anxiety.
Jack Frost is especially useful as a social strain because of its uplifting and euphoric effects. It is known for engendering happiness and periods of giggling. Medicinally, this citrus and musky tasting Sativa-dominant hybrid has proven helpful for the treatment of anxiety, loss of appetite, and stress. A high of up to three hours can be expected from about two average bong rips. Jack Frost is often recommended for active daytime use.
Bred by Goldenseed, Jack Frost was developed over 5 years of persistence in order to improve on the potency and aroma of this strain. Initially with a lineage of Jack Herer, White Widow, and Northern Lights #5, Rainbow Kashmiri was later introduced in the breeding process.
What is CBG?
Cannabigerol, or CBG, is one of the 100+ cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant. CBG is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid, meaning it won’t get you stoned. It typically converts into CBD and THC as the hemp plant grows, but some strains of industrial hemp, including Jack Frost, are bred specifically to produce high levels of CBG in order to take advantage of its beneficial effects. Like THC and CBD, CBG reacts with the cannabinoid receptors in the human body, but each cannabinoid provides different effects. What is the difference between CBD and CBG? CBD (cannabidiol) and CBG (cannabigerol) are phytocannabinoids, or compounds produced by the cannabis plant. Both CBD and CBG bind to CB1 and CB2 receptors in the body. Of the two, CBD has been more extensively researched, while CBG is the "next big thing" in hemp products. Neither compound is psychoactive, meaning while they may have beneficial health-supporting properties, they won't give you a "high" or "stoned" feeling.
What does CBG do?
CBG binds to cell receptors in the body called CB1 and CB2 receptors. Your body naturally produces endocannabinoids which themselves bind to these receptors as part of the body's internal messaging systems. By using these receptors, CBG is able to produce its health-supporting effects. What are the benefits of CBG oil? CBG is good for supporting a wide range of health systems, including mood, energy, sleep patterns, and muscle and joint function. CBG, or cannabigerol, may also help modulate the paranoia-inducing effects of THC in marijuana users.
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