CB Dawg hemp flowers are tight, green, and packed with grape flavors and an unmistakable sweetness. It’s an Indica-dominant hybrid created from a cross between two established and much-loved strains.
The question is, does CB Dawg deserve pride of place in your stash, and should it be included at all?
CB Dawg Hemp Flower Review
Although CB Dawg hemp flowers aren’t the most colorful, they do have beautifully vibrant leaves with a thick coating of crystal trichomes and the occasional orange hair.
The strain is a cross between the funky Soul Diesel and the potent OG Kush.
It makes for a reliable and serene combination and creates a strain that leans heavily toward the Indica side.
The THC content is marginal. It stays comfortably below the 0.3% threshold, often falling below 0.1%. As for CBD, it offers between 12% and 16% on average, and most of the strains we encountered hovered toward the higher end of that range.
CB Dawg Aroma and Flavors
Although CB Dawg has a super sour parentage, the most noticeable aromas are quite sweet, delivering a one-two punch of grape and cherry.
These aromas don’t linger for long, though, and they are soon washed away by a wave of funk—a gassy, cheesy, and earthy amalgamation. This is where the lineage comes through.
Benefits of CB Dawg
The heavy-Indica leaning CB Dawg creates a heady effect that will hit you within a few seconds. It sends a rush of warmth and sedation throughout your body and rests in your head, leaving a heaviness in its wake.
We’re still talking about a low-THC strain here, so you won’t get the sort of sedation associated with marijuana, but it’s enough to usher your anxieties away and help you to relax after a long day.
CB Dawg has medicinal benefits. In addition to its potential pain-killing properties, it could help with insomnia, anxiety, and depression. Of course, everyone reacts differently and you need to smoke before you know!