A Closer Look at ATLRx’s White Cap Delta 8 Flower
ATLRx’s White Cap Delta 8 flower is a flower that you have to try to believe. I have a penchant for saying no, not because anyone is wrong by any means; it’s just easier. I am a proponent of Jean-Paul Sartre’s idea of not interfering with others’ existential existence, to not be intrusive on someone else’s existential experience. But if I wanted to impede anyone’s existential existence, they’d all be giving White Cap a go. It’s a head euphoria that reminds you that existential crises are as regular as no one using a turn signal in Atlanta, that there are unique senses of confidence that allow people to wear camouflage crocs anytime and anywhere. And Dave Matthews Band tickets. So many khakis, so many Sperry’s, so many Birkenstocks, so many tie-dye shirts, and adult chaperones.
White Cap is a sativa that is flexible with daytime productivity or nighttime relaxation. You know, important things like brushing your cats, seeing what renovations your neighbors have going on, and a few episodes of Maury. White Cap produces a whirling head euphoria and an elation that makes you feel like you’re levitating while meditating like Dhalsim from Street Fighter. Mental cultivation unfolds, turning into a spiritual state that makes you believe if you had the right gear, you could climb Pikes Peak or maybe even make eye contact with strangers. I can’t speak on whether you can or cannot do that—it’s the thought that counts, though. Personally, it encourages me to do yard work. If I’m going in on the yard, seven times out of ten, I have been White Cappin’. Really, what makes this strain different is that it is CBG paired with Delta 8 THC, a combination of bliss.
The base flower is CBG (Cannabigerol), a cannabinoid that grows naturally. It is a mood stimulant, appetite stimulant, pain reliever, anti-depressive, anti-nausea, and anti-inflammatory CBG prospers when the cannabis plant is young, showing up in higher amounts. So, it’s like socially piquing in high school. Often, CBG is noted for its rich nuttiness, sapid floral notes, and its wheat-like sweetness. There is a texture of delicate wheat, detaching from the stem with a slight pull. The lightness makes it easier on the lungs and pushes the tastes of sweetness, top-shelf raw sugarcane, dollops of toasted honey, and a lingering melon taste. It’s like a dessert in the fine-dining world. The trichomes are on the border of rust and orange. Alpine speckles appear where the delta 8 distillate hits. One thing is sure, and that CBG flower looks much different than your traditional flower.
What is CBG?
CBG is known as the “mother of cannabis” because of its acidic form. CBGA (cannabigerol acid) breathes life into other cannabinoids after it is directed towards THCA, CBDA, then onto the cannabinoid stars that we know, THC and CBD. CBG naturally appears in lower amounts in cannabis plants, but now the industry has used genetic manipulation to reach the desired quantity of CBG. CBG has a narrower range of therapeutic effects than CBD; CBG is not a cannabinoid that feels like a crawlspace in a mansion. The flower created its subcategory in the industry. CBG is one out of 120 cannabinoids comparable to CBD in its structure and its subtle noticeable effects. CBG has the muscle to take on severe conditions, showing promising results in the fight against cancer, inhibiting malignant cell growth, anti-bacterial, vision repair, neurological diseases, and mental health. CBG is a force to be reckoned with. Remember that it is CBG, not the KGB. This isn’t The Americans. I’m talking about ATLRx’s delta 8 flower, White Cap, our CBG flower that has delta 8. It masks existential dread; it brings a little more saturation and vibration to everyday life while providing natural healing properties.