CBG HEMP FLOWER
CBG HEMP FLOWER
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What is CBG?
While many people are most familiar with cannabidiol, aka CBD, there are over 100 other cannabinoids within the hemp plant, all of which provide their own unique set of benefits for users. One such cannabinoid is Cannabigerol or CBG.
CBG is known by many as the mother of all cannabinoids. Although it has been around since the 1960s, CBG has not received as much mainstream attention as CBD. Cannabigerolic acid, (CBGA) is the chemical parent of both THC and CBD. THC and CBD are made from more mature cannabis plants and therefore have lower concentrations of CBG, since the CBG has already been converted to either CBD or THC. CBG, however, comes from young cannabis plants that have not yet developed into the other forms.
CBG is slightly less researched than CBD, which makes the information available to the public less available and more up for interpretation. Still, CBG’s potential benefits are no less impressive. Research suggests that CBG may be useful for certain physiological conditions such as glaucoma, inflammatory bowel disease, Huntington’s disease, staph infections, appetite loss, bladder disorders, psoriasis, and more. Scientists are also interested in CBG in conjunction with CBD for fibromyalgia, chronic pain, arthritis, and as a viable alternative to muscle relaxants.
What is CBG Flower? Cannabigerol Dominant Hemp
CBG flower is a form of hemp that is cannabigerol-rich. Non-psychoactive and low in THC, CBG reacts directly with the cannabinoid receptors in the brain to potentially address a variety of health conditions. All cannabis plants make CBG, but the way in which hemp processes CBG differs. CBG flower is not designed to produce a psychoactive effect but may deliver mild cognitive effects similar to those of Delta 8 THC.
As a minor cannabinoid, CBG comes from young, unmatured cannabis plants. The majority of cannabis plants that are considered ripe enough for harvest typically contain about 1% CBG, which is considerably low and explains the product’s exclusivity. Cannabis growers find it quite difficult to acquire CBG, which has inspired some to start experimenting with cross-breeding and genetic manipulation.
CBG Hemp Flower Vs. CBD Hemp Flower: Similarities and Differences
CBG Hemp Flower and CBD Hemp Flower have many similarities, which is one of the reasons that some people confuse the two. Despite the ways they are alike, there are many ways in which CBG and CBD differ. Some of these include:
Toxicity. Both CBG and CBD have low toxicity, meaning they are low-toxic components of the hemp plant.
Non-Addictive. From a chemically addictive standpoint, neither CBG nor CBD are said to be addictive substances. While it is possible to become mentally or emotionally dependent on any substance or activity, the chemical makeups of CBG and CBD do not lend themselves to addictive tendencies.
Potency. This is an area in which CBG differs from CBD. From users’ perspectives, CBG is said to be more potent than CBD, which could make it a good option for some people looking for something stronger once they have graduated from CBD.
Availability. CBG is decidedly the more exclusive product simply due to the fact that it is a more rare hemp cultivar. Not many have the genetics to grow CBG Dominant Hemp Flowers. This makes it a bit harder to acquire, especially if you’re not shopping directly with farms like Black Tie CBD.
Interaction. One of the benefits of using CBG over CBD is that it interacts directly with the endocannabinoid system; its molecules connect to human cannabinoid receptors directly. CBD, on the other hand, has an indirect impact, which is why it may not take effect quite the same for some people.
Benefits of CBG Hemp Flower
Many people use CBG Hemp Flower for the potential health benefits it offers, some of which may include:
- Stress and anxiety relief. CBG’s direct impact on the endocannabinoid system lends itself well to stress and anxiety alleviation for certain individuals.
- Mood and relaxation. Recreational CBG users turn to the cannabinoid as a reliable way to unwind after a long day of work or a particularly trying time in their lives.
- For productivity and concentration. Although additional research is needed, some believe that CBG may offer similar effects to that of caffeine, just without the nervous jitters. This could make it a great supplement for coffee as a way to help boost productivity and potentially enhance concentration without the negative side effects that caffeine may produce.
- Appetite stimulation. People may lose their appetite for a number of reasons, some of which include health conditions or treatment remedies. Researched data suggests that novel activity of cannabigerol (CBG) could act as an appetite stimulant to help restore healthy feeding behaviors.
How to Use CBG Hemp Flower
The most popular way to use CBG Hemp flower is to smoke it. Given that it enters the bloodstream quickly, smoking CBG hemp flower also yields the most bioavailability. Still, there are other ways to enjoy CBG hemp flowers aside from smoking.
Vaping CBG Hemp Flower. Some people prefer to vape CBG flower because it involves no direct heat without sacrificing a lot of the bioavailability.
Eating CBG Hemp Flower. Others find it enjoyable to even eat CBG flower. They do this by chewing on the weeds, sprinkling bits into their meals, or adding CBG hemp flower into DIY edibles. Keep in mind that eating CBG requires it to go through the digestive system, which means it will take longer to take effect.
Does CBG Show Up on Drug Tests?
Any CBG or CBD product in which the THC content is under 0.3% should not show up on a drug test. It is important to always pay attention to the THC content of a CBG product, including both Delta 8 and Delta 9. While it is unlikely that CBG will show up on a drug test, the best way to avoid risking it is to either exclusively use Broad Spectrum CBG products or to avoid these types of products entirely leading up to a drug test.
How Do I Make Sure My CBG is High Quality?
The best way to ensure that your CBG is high quality is to purchase it from a reputable company. A safe, trustworthy, reliable CBG retailer will be one with a strong reputation and good customer reviews. They will also readily display their certificate of analysis (COA) and make third party tested lab results available to all consumers.
If you’re analyzing the look and feel of your CBG to verify its quality, the two most important things to take into consideration are visual appearance and smell. CBG strains should have a gray to green color and should smell earthy with no whiff of artificial elements.
Where Can I Buy CBG Hemp Flower Online?
Black Tie CBD is the preferred online retailer for purchasing CBG hemp flower online. We make CBG available for smoking, vaping, and dabbing for consumers across the United States. Black Tie CBD always prioritizes quality to give our customers the best experience with CBG flowers. We encourage you to reach out to our support team for any questions. Simply email us at support@blacktieCBD.net.
Frequently asked question
Are Black Tie CBD Products Legal?
Black Tie CBD products are in compliance with federal law and there for legal according to the
The 2018 Farm Bill & USDA Final Rule
In December of 2018, the 2018 Farm Bill was signed into law. It removed hemp, defined as
cannabis (Cannabis Sativa L.) and derivatives of cannabis with extremely low concentrations of
the psychoactive compound delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)(no more than 0.3 percent THC
on a dry weight basis), from the definition of marijuana in the Controlled Substances Act (CSA).
The 2018 Farm Bill defines hemp as “any part of that plant, including the seeds thereof and all
derivatives, extracts, cannabinoids, isomers, acids, salts, and salts of isomers with no more than a
.03% concentration of delta-9”. 
Additionally, Black Tie CBD complies with the USDA Final Rule  , which indicates that a
hemp crop is considered to be compliant if it is tested no more than thirty (30) days prior to
harvest using a postdecarboxylation method and the results show that the delta-9 THC value does
not exceed 0.3% on a dry weight basis: 
“Postdecarboxylation. In the context of testing methodologies for THC concentration levels
in hemp, means a value determined after the process of decarboxylation that determines the total
potential delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol content derived from the sum of the THC and THC-A
content and reported on a dry weight basis. The postdecarboxylation value of THC can be
calculated by using a chromatograph technique using heat, gas chromatography, through which
THC-A is converted from its acid form to its neutral form, THC. Thus, this test calculates the
total potential THC in a given sample. The postdecarboxylation value of THC can also be
calculated by using a high-performance liquid chromatograph technique, which keeps the THC-
A intact, and requires a conversion calculation of that THC-A to calculate total potential THC in
a given sample.” 
The postdecarboxylation value for THC, as described above, is synonymous with the Total THC
in a hemp sample. For this reason, it is clear that a pre-harvested hemp crop is not compliant
unless its Total THC concentrations do not exceed 0.3% on a dry weight basis. 
Total THC Is Not Applicable to Harvested Hemp
The USDA Final Rule  only governs hemp production and not the regulation of hemp
distribution or hemp products which are governed by the Food and Drug Administration Farm
Bill. Therefore, after post-harvest, the USDA has no further jurisdiction over the hemp crop
leaving the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as the only other agency with the authority to
regulate the hemp crop. The sole authority on post-harvested hemp is the Farm Bill and its
definition specifically defines hemp in terms of its delta-9 THC concentration, not its Total THC
One of the key aspects that allows for a higher concentration of THC-A is that during the thirty
(30) day harvest window in which a hemp crop must be tested for THC concentrations, the
plant’s cannabinoid concentrations, including THC, continue to increase.  For this reason, pre-
harvest hemp which has been tested and determined to be compliant may have total THC
concentrations that exceed 0.3% when harvested. With that being said, the hemp crop will
remain compliance with FDA’s 2018 Farm Bill regulations as long as its delta-9
THC concentration does not surpass 0.3%
DEA Regulation of Hemp and Hemp Products
On August 21, 2020, the DEA published its Interim Final Rule (IFR) to further clarify that hemp
and hemp products are not controlled substances.
In order to meet the definition of “hemp”, and thus qualify for the exemption from Schedule I,
the derivative must not exceed the 0.3% delta-9 THC limit. The definition of “marihuana”
continues to state that “all parts of the plant Cannabis Sativa L.” and “every compound
manufacture, salt, derivative, mixture, or preparation of such plant,” are Schedule I controlled
substances unless they meet the definition of “hemp” by falling below the 0.3% delta-9 THC
limit on a dry weight basis. 
This ruling confirms that products distributed by Black Tie CBD are not controlled substances as
long as their delta-9 THC concentrations do not exceed 0.3% on a dry weight basis.
Lawful Transportation of Hemp Products in Interstate Commerce
The 2018 Farm Bill legalized industrial hemp at the federal level and included a provision that
makes it illegal for states to prohibit the interstate transportation of hemp and hemp products as
No State or Indian Tribe shall prohibit the transportation or shipment of hemp or hemp products
produced in accordance with subtitle G or the Agricultural Marketing Act of 1946 (AMA (as
added by section 10113) through the State or the territory of the Indian Tribe, as applicable. 
This ruling makes it clear that Black Tie CBD is allowed to transport and ship hemp or hemp
products as long as the products are produced in compliance with the 2018 Farm Bill by not
exceeding a delta-9 THC concentration of 0.3% on a dry weight basis. Additionally, Black Tie
CBD products will not shipped to states with regulations that have enacted a “Total THC” testing
requirement imposing limitations on the requirements set out in the 2018 Farm Bill.
Black Tie CBD Federal Product Compliance
Based on the 2018 Farm Bill, USDA Final Rule, and DEA regulations, Black Tie CBD’s
products which contain delta-9 THC concentrations do not exceed 0.3% and are not controlled
substances under Federal law. The above rules and regulations specifically define hemp in terms
of its delta-9 THC concentrations, not its Total THC content meaning Black Tie CBD products
are in full compliance for retail sales and distribution.
What's your shipping policy?
At Black Tie CBD we work hard to process your order as quickly as possible. In some instances, processing time can take up to 72 hours. Please allow up to 72 hours to receive your package(s) tracking information.
The following shipping methods are available:
- First Class Mail (3-5 business days)
- Priority (1 to 3 business days)
- Priority Mail Express (1-2 business days – Guaranteed)
- Free Shipping – BT_VIP (Orders with a subtotal over $100 ship via Priority Mail for FREE!)
IMPORTANT: Please be advised that all suggested delivery times are estimated and NOT GUARANTEED. Shipping charges are NON-REFUNDABLE on First Class and Priority parcels.
The ONLY GUARANTEED SERVICE is Priority Mail EXPRESS. If a PRIORITY MAIL EXPRESS package arrives later than the expected time of arrival, as stated on USPS.com, the cost of the Priority Mail Express label can be refunded upon request.
Also note that business days do not include weekends or holidays and there is no weekend or holiday delivery for any shipping methods. We do ship to U.S. Territories and APO/FPO. Unfortunately, we do not ship outside of the United States at this time.
Orders received on Saturday after 1:00 PM (PST) will ship within 48 hours (on Monday, unless it is a Post Office Holiday). Cut off time for Express delivery orders to be shipped the same day is 10:00 AM (PST).
FIRST CLASS PACKAGE:
First Class Mail will be processed within 6-72 hours, not including Sundays or holidays and should arrive within the continental United States in 3-5 business days once shipped from our location, depending on delivery location. For example, orders shipped to California may be delivered in 3 to 5 business days, whereas the orders shipped to some east coast states may be delivered closer to 5 or 6 business days. All the rates for first-class mail delivery are generated in real time by the United States Post Office (USPS.com) and shown to you during the checkout process. We do not add surcharges to the live USPS shipping rate. All orders must have a valid street address verifiable by USPS to be delivered successfully.
Priority Mail will be processed within 6-72 hours, not including weekends or holidays and should arrive within 1-3 business days once shipped from our location. Orders shipped within the continental United States should arrive within 2 to 3 business days (may arrive sooner in California). All orders must have a valid street address verifiable by USPS to be delivered successfully.
Note: Free shipping (BT_VIP) is offered for purchases over $100, If you select this option, we cannot guarantee your delivery or accept any liability for lost, stolen, or delayed orders. In the case this occurs we recommend that you address this with your local post office.
PRIORITY MAIL EXPRESS:
Priority Mail Express will be processed within 6-72 hours, not including weekends or holidays and guaranteed by USPS to arrive within 1-2 business days once shipped from our location. All orders must have a valid street address verifiable by USPS to be delivered successfully.
All domestic shipping rates are generated automatically by USPS.com and may vary from location to location. You will be able to review the shipping rates before your order is completed and the payment is applied.
Do you ship outside of the US?
Unfortunately, we do not ship our products outside of the US.
What if I need to return my order, Can I do that?
CUSTOMER SHIPPING RETURN POLICY
The Black Tie Group, LLC DBA Black Tie CBD
This policy confirms Black Tie CBD Products are federally legal for customer shipping in accordance with the 2018 Farm Bill, USDA Final Rule, and the DEA Final Rule. Black Tie CBD products contain less that 0.3% delta-9 THC which is federally legal as described in the following legislative bills and rules, which establish the legal framework allowing customers to ship Black TieCBD products.
2018 Farm Bill
In December of 2018, the 2018 Farm Bill was signed into law. It removed hemp, defined as cannabis (Cannabis Sativa L.) and derivatives of cannabis with extremely low concentrations of the psychoactive compound delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) (no more than 0.3 percent THC on a dry weight basis), from the definition of marijuana in the Controlled Substances Act (CSA). The 2018 Farm Bill defines hemp as “any part of that plant, including the seeds thereof and all derivatives, extracts, cannabinoids, isomers, acids, salts, and salts of isomers with no more than a 0.3% concentration of delta-9”.1
DEA Interim Final Rule (IFR)
On August 21, 2020, the DEA published its Interim Final Rule (IFR) to further clarify that hemp and hemp products are not controlled substances. In order to meet the definition of “hemp”, and thus qualify for the exemption from Schedule I, the derivative must not exceed the 0.3% delta-9 THC limit. The definition of “marijuana” continues to state that “all parts of the plant Cannabis Sativa L.” and “every compound manufacture, salt, derivative, mixture, or preparation of such plant,” are Schedule I controlled substances unless they meet the definition of “hemp” by falling below the 0.3% delta-9 THC limit on a dry weight basis. 2
This ruling confirms that products distributed by Black Tie CBD are not controlled substances as long as their delta- 9 THC concentrations do not exceed 0.3% on a dry weight basis.
Lawful Transportation and Shipping of Hemp Products in Interstate Commerce
The 2018 Farm Bill legalized industrial hemp at the federal level and included a provision that makes it illegal for states to prohibit the interstate transportation of hemp and hemp products as follows: No State or Indian Tribe shall prohibit the transportation or shipment of hemp or hemp products produced in accordance with subtitle G or the Agricultural Marketing Act of 1946 (AMA (as added by section 10113) through the State or the territory of the Indian Tribe, as applicable. 3
This ruling makes it clear that Black Tie CBD and customers of Black Tie CBD are allowed to transport and ship hemp or hemp products lawfully in commerce as long as the products are produced in compliance with the 201 Farm Bill by not exceeding a delta-9 THC concentration of 0.3% on a dry weight basis.
1 7 U.S.C. §1639o(1)