Since the passing of the Farm Bill, the hemp industry has experienced quite a lot of growth. Hemp plants are rich in cannabinoids, including CBD, as well as other terpenes. They also contain small enough traces of THC to be within the legal limit of 0.3%. This brief guide will share how the buds of the hemp plants can be best used.
The bud of the hemp plant is referred to as CBD flower, and it contains between 15% and 20% CBD, along with a full spectrum of other cannabinoids. It looks very similar to marijuana, but with much lower amounts of THC. The Farm Bill has allowed for it to be sold nationwide, however some states require a prescription for CBD products. Also similar to marijuana, hemp bud comes in the same names as many popular marijuana strains, including sativa, indica, and hybrid variations. Each has its own unique terpene and cannabinoid profile that cause slightly different effects, such as feeling invigorated or sleepy.
Hemp bud can be smoked like weed and is available in pre-rolled joints containing around one gram of CBD-rich hemp. Hemp flowers can also be vaporized, which is equally effective as smoking, but not as harsh on your throat and lungs. Other popular uses of CBD hemp include edibles and tea.
The benefit of hemp is that it is a natural source of CBD. One disadvantage relates to vaping, as it is more convenient to use CBD e-liquid. Pre-rolled joints must be smoked, which is also less safer than vaping. Vaporizing hemp, edibles, and tinctures are also safer. As mentioned above, hemp also looks and smells like weed, which can cause concern for some people. Before trying hemp, we suggest you consider all advantages and disadvantages.
The CBD hemp flower industry will continue to grow, as hemp dispensaries and bars are growing in number and popularity. If you are a shop owner interested in carrying hemp, check out the variety of hemp products we have in stock.
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