Hemp is a variety of cannabis that is grown for industrial purposes. By law, hemp must have less than 0.3% THC in the U.S.A. and less than 0.2% in Europe. Because of its low levels of THC, hemp will not get you ‘high’.
As the demand for CBD products has exploded over the last two years, hemp farmers have been attempting to grow plants that comply with the regulations on THC content, while boosting the unregulated CBD content. This has resulted in 100% legal hemp flowers that look, smell and taste a lot like regular high-THC cannabis. Needless to say, these CBD-rich hemp buds are becoming extremely popular in the U.S.A. and Europe.
Smoking CBD hemp flowers
As smoking hemp buds involves combustion, it is considered less healthy than vaping or eating. However, it is still an effective way of administering CBD as, just like with vaping, absorption is quick and efficient.
Many people like to smoke hemp flowers as a way to help quit cigarettes, to offer some counterbalance to high-THC cannabis, and for general relaxation purposes. Hemp flowers can be smoked in a joint (cigarette-like roll-up) or in a bong or water pipe.
Cooking with CBD hemp flowers/extraction
Dried, raw hemp flowers can make a great cooking ingredient and can be added to a variety of recipes. Many people also like to make their own oil-based CBD extractions using hemp flowers, before using that extraction in cooking or baking.
Due to the sharp rise in popularity, these high-CBD flowers are currently hard to find. We have a supply of these high-CBD buds, vacuum-packed fresh in Oregon.
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