Marionberry Lemonade CBG Pearls by grön

Published on February 9, 2024 by David Wylie

Marionberry Lemonade CBG Pearls by grön are pictures pouring from the container. Photo: Jenny Neufeld/the oz.

Marionberry Lemonade CBG Pearls by grön taste yummy, but I’m not yet sold on the effect.

There are 25 of the round sugary gummies in the tall tube. The packaging looks like a supersized version of their smaller five-count containers.

Pearls have been a favourite in this household. Marionberry Lemonade CBG gummies have the same chewy consistency, tart sweetness, and juicy flavour as their counterparts.

They have a particularly zingy lemon tang that gives some added pop.

And they don’t get stuck in your teeth like some other too-sticky chews.

The effect is a question mark though. These gummies don’t have any THC—just 10mg of CBG each. I want to say they make me feel chill and uplifted, but they don’t feel remarkably so. I think they did add a certain dynamic when used in conjunction with other edibles, oils, or joints.

They also seem to give an appetite boost.

They cost about $27.

There are also nutritional facts are on the label, which is good to see.

More cannabis products are popping up that feature different minor cannabinoids, such as this. Minor cannabinoids are now getting hit by Health Canada with limits.

A US based company, grön is women-owned and founded in 2015 by mother and architect-turned-chocolatier, Christine Smith.