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CBD flower refers to the buds of the hemp plant that are high in CBD content. Hemp is a more broad term for cannabis that has been specifically bred to contain high levels of CBD and low levels of THC, the psychoactive compound found in marijuana that produces a high.

Yes, Hemp Flower is CBD flower because both are referring to flower that is high in CBD and low in THC. Most people refer to CBD flower and hemp flower as being the same but they are not. Hemp flower is more of a broad term, and can refer to any cannabis flower that contains less than .3% THC. Some examples of “Hemp Flower” are THCA flower, CBDV flower and CBG flower.

Hemp flower and CBD flower are different from marijuana because they contain very low amounts of THC (≤ .3% by definition). Any hemp flower or CBD flower which contains over .3% total THC is classified as marijuana. Although, some marijuana can be classified as hemp flower or cbd flower because they contain less than .3% THC but are still marijuana because the flower contains high levels of THCA.

Any hemp flower or CBDflower which contains less than .3% THC by dry weight is classified as hemp and legal on both a federal and state level. Some states may have different laws around hemp flower and its derivatives.

There are many ways to use hemp flower or CBDflower, the most popular is to smoke the flowers either in a water pipe, bong, joint, spliff, or vaporizer. Another way to use hemp flower or CBD flower is to extract the oils using some type of extraction method, which can be CO2, ethanol, fats, hydrocarbons, or solventless. The extracted oil can then be infused and formulated into carrier oils for topical use and for ingesting (commonly referred to in this industry as a “tincture” but a true tincture is made with alcohol) depending on the carrier oil. Please note, some oils can be ingested and some cannot, please do your research

There are many different types of hemp and CBD flowers, and there are many different names associated with these types of hemp and CBD flowers. Some popular hemp and CBD strains are Cherry Wine, Abacus, Charlotte’s Web, Abacus Diesel, SpecDiesel to name a few.

Choosing the right hemp or CBD flower for your needs will usually involve some trial and error to determine what strain works best for your needs. Once you find a strain that works well for you, make sure to get the hemp flower or CBD flower from the same grower or farm. Look at things like potency, terpene profile, if the company grows their own, and an extra benefit is if the company breeds their own genetics.

Side effects from hemp or CBDflower may include throat irritation or dry eyes if you smoke the flowers. Some people might have an allergic reaction to hemp or CBDflower. It is important to start with low doses when trying these products for the first time. Additionally you should consult with your doctor before trying any CBD products for the first time. Please consult with your practitioner if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, taking any medications or have any medical conditions.

Since most CBD hemp flowers are different in terms of potency, terpene profile and quality (unless you get the same strain from the same farm) there is no real concrete dosage recommendation. Whenever you have a new strain of CBD hemp flower, or a new product altogether, start with a low dose whether you are vaping or smoking the CBD hemp flower. Low and slow, until you learn about the strain and the effects is can have on you. We are all different and plants can interact with our systems differently, depending on factors like metabolism, weight, tolerance, etc.

There are many different factors that distinguish CBD hemp flower strains from one another. First, the lineage, for example Inzane Diesel was a cross of Inzane in the Membrane and Abacus Diesel which is very different than SpecDiesel which is a cross of Spec7 and Abacus Diesel. Another difference is the growing environment of the CBD hemp flower. Was it grown indoor, outdoor or in a greenhouse. These factors can affect the terpene profile, the potency, the quality and the effects. This is not an all inclusive list.

CBD hemp flower strains have hundreds of terpenes (that we know about) and the terpenes alter the effects of the CBD hemp flower. For example, limonene (found in lemons) which is found in Lemon Abacus  can have an uplifting effect which people refer to as “sativa”. Myrcene (which is found in hops) on the other hand which is found in SpecDiesel, has sedative-like effects, which is often referred to as “indica”. Linalool (found in lavender) is found in the Grape Abacus and Abacus Diesel and can have a calming effect on the mind and body.

CBD from any source, whether it is CBD hemp flower or a CBD ingestible may effect liver enzymes (see study) which would allow more of that medication to enter the blood stream. Always consult with your doctor first.

Scientifically, yes there is because of temperature and smoking CBD hemp flower ignites the CBD hemp flower while vaping the CBD hemp flower uses indirect heat.

CBD hemp flowers that are considered an indica would be good for relaxing. CBD hemp flower that is sativa would be good for productivity. Remember the difference in indica versus sativa is about the terpenes.

We recommend taking a look at the reviews on each product for testimonials that come directly from our customers. These are only the opinions of the customer, as they are not meant to be medical advise, and we cannot guarantee any of our products will have the same effects.

If you are looking for the best CBD flower for sale contact our sales department for our indoor CBD flower slection. If you are looking for CBD flower near me and need your product quickly, choose our expedited shipping.

Yes, we have a wide selection of indoor, greenhouse and outdoor flower.

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