The CBG + CBD Regular Smokes by Chief Stix is a pack of 20 hemp-made CBG cigarettes. These Stix are rolled with precision. Inside each of these carefully rolled CBD & CBG cigarettes, you can find high-quality cannabinoids derived from the hemp plant. Every single component, in particular, CBD, CBG, and terpenes are present inside the biodegradable filter used in the making. Slow-burning with earthy tones of hemp and immediate effects is how we would like to describe Chief Stix smokes for you.
Additionally, these 20 Stix also have a certificate of analysis. You can download the certificate by scanning the QR code present on the packaging of these Stix. The report will help you determine the concentration of cannabinoids present inside this tightly rolled hemp smokes. They contain 0.3% THC and each one can help you experience tranquility.
Chief Stix CBD Smokes Product Specifications:
- Smokes derived from American sun-grown hemp
- 20 organic hemp smokes
- CBGa concentration: 15.4mg/g
- CBDa concentration: 74.6mg/g
- THC concentration: 0.3%
- Terpenes Concentration: 2.81mg/g
- Rolled in unbleached biodegradable paper
- No tobacco or nicotine
- 0% chemical additives
- Smooth and slow-burning smokes
- Pleasantly earthy tones
- Lab-tested with a certificate of analysis
Chief Stix CBG Cigarettes: Drug Test and FDA Disclaimer
We offer the Chief Stix Delta 8 Infused Hemp Smokes in states that legally allow its use. Because it’s a hemp product containing around 0.3% THC, federally it is legal for consumption, use, and sale, especially on a dry weight basis. However, the Online CBD Store does not claim the product provides specific therapeutic benefits. Or else, helps treat severely debilitating conditions. We strongly advise you to consult a doctor before using it for specific medical conditions.
The product displayed here has not been tested by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or any other regulatory body. We are currently not selling or delivering Chief Hemp Stix to states such as Idaho, Kentucky, Louisiana, Nebraska, South Dakota, and Wyoming until future state permissions.