Lobo is best known for its premium cannabis cigars or “cannagars.” It’s one of the biggest names in this sector and has been featured in most major cannabis magazines and on a plethora of websites.
You can’t talk about cannagars without the Lobo name cropping up, but it’s not all about THC with this brand.
It also sells a range of hemp cigars and other smokables, all marketed using the Lobo Hemp name. These products are Farm Bill compliant and legal under federal law. You’ll get all the flavor and quality associated with the Lobo name, but without any of the THC.
About Lobo Hemp
Lobo was founded by Aaron Raskin and Eduardo Whittington back in 2017. They began by producing cannabis-based products targeted towards consumers in California, Oregon, Colorado, and Michigan. Later, the 2018 Farm Bill opened the doors to new opportunities and allowed them to tweak their range and expand their reach.
Hemp Flower Varietals
All Lobo hemp flowers are lab tested and guaranteed to be pesticide-free, with high levels of CBD and less than 0.3% THC. You can buy 1/8th oz jars of craft hemp flowers in a variety of sun-grown and indoor strains, including:
- Lifter: A massively popular strain that could “lift” your mood and perk you up for the day ahead. The name likely stems from a tomato cultivar known as Mortgage Lifter, which means the effects are just a happy coincidence.
- Sour Lifter: Notes of diesel and fruit combine in this unique strain. Just like its predecessor, Sour Lifter is uplifting and can be enjoyed throughout the day.
- Elektra: Bred from ERB and AC/DC, Elektra combines flavors of citrus and chocolate for a complex and thoroughly enjoyable smoke.
- Suver Haze: The Suver Haze strain is high in terpenes like Farnesene and β-Caryophyllene, making it earthy, sour, and spicy.
- Purple Gelato: Fresh, light, sweet, and slightly floral—just like a good gelato should be.
- Legendary OG: A great nighttime strain that showcases a vibrant array of colors and a unique mix of terpenes, with herbal, pepper, and citrusy notes.
- Bubba Kush: A favorite among many smokers, Bubba Kush is a spicy and musty strain that leaves a lasting impact on your tastebuds.
- CBG: A strain that delivers a potent dose of CBG, known as the “mother cannabinoid.” These strains are receiving a lot of attention as they vie for the cannabinoid crown. As with CBD, CBG isn’t for everyone and effects can vary, but if you like CBD, we recommend trying it out.
- AC/DC: Not only has AC/DC been used to breed some of the country’s best-loved strains, but it’s also a potent varietal itself.
- Hulk: As green and powerful as its namesake, with up to 20% CBD and a host of pungent flavors.
- Ruby Kush: Essence of tart cherry and sweet hibiscus, with 15% CBD on average.
- Pineapple Express: A Sativa-dominant strain with notes of musk and citrus, creating a tropical profile.
The same strains are used to make Lobo’s hemp cigars and pre-rolls, all of which use 100% hemp flowers grown to the same high standards.
These products are what Lobo is best known for. One cannagar can last for days or weeks. We have read reviews from customers who kept 1 cigar for over 2 months, taking a few tokes as needed and then leaving it for another day.
If you can’t roll, don’t want to roll, or prefer smoking joints and want someone else to do the work, check these products out:
- Lobo Hemp Cannagar: A massive 32 gauge cannager that contains 6 grams of hemp flower. Choose from a wrapper made from cured cannabis fan leaf or ultra-thin hemp paper with a 24k gold mouthpiece. The retail price is fixed at $50 for both options and a 20% discount is available on orders of 10 or more.
- Presidente Hemp Cigar: A premium hand-rolled cigar containing 3 grams of artisanal flower and finished with a reusable glass tip. Presidente hemp cigars are available in a multitude of strains, including many of the ones outlined above.
- Hemp Wolfpack: A pack of 7 pre-rolls each containing 1.2g of hemp flowers. They use hemp paper cones and deliver a smooth and steady burn. Strains include Hulk, Lifter, CBG, and Kush.
This Oregon-based company accepts orders through its website and ships to customers nationwide. At the time of writing, PayPal is the only accepted payment method. However, considering the issues that some hemp companies have faced with PayPal, that may not last.