CBD Hemp Flower FAQ Education and Resources
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Our cbd buds are perfectly cured and can be used like traditional marijuana without the psychoactive effects. All this varies depending on the cannabinoids and terpene profile present. You can use the lab reports to drill down on that. But rest assured, all strains are federally legal and 0.3 THC or less (Delta 9 THC < 0.3%). All strains are genuine cannabis sativa, cannabis indica or most commonly a hybrid of both.
We don't, however, buying cbd flower online from us has several advantages.
- Easily compare prices to find the best deal available on all lab tested hemp products.
- Choose from a wide selection of strains.
- Get the nugs delivered directly to your door so you don't have to move an inch.
- Never again will searching "cbd weed near me" be necessary :)
It is important to note that smoking CBD flower is not the same as smoking tobacco or marijuana. CBD buds contains only trace amounts of THC (0.3 THC or less), the psychoactive compound that causes the "high" associated with marijuana use. As a result it will not produce the same psychoactive effects as smoking marijuana. This is true of almost all cbd products. Though you may still experience profound relaxation due to the entourage effect, which is all the different cannabinoids synergistically working together as they are intended to by nature. Furthermore, the terpene profile can play a huge role in the effects.
Additionally, smoking lab tested CBD products has not been associated with any significant health risks like we see with tobacco.
Despite the lack of harmful substances in cannabis sativa it is still possible for individuals to experience some mild side effects when smoking. These side effects may include dry mouth, dizziness, and drowsiness. However, these side effects are generally mild and can be easily managed by drinking plenty of water and taking breaks during consumption.
The amount you should smoke depends on a variety of factors, including your personal tolerance for THC and other cannabinoids, the strength of the cannabinoids and terpenes in the flower, and your individual health needs and goals. It's important to remember that everyone is different, and what may work for one person may not work for another.
We recommend to try what suits you starting at around 5 puffs and take it from there depending how you feel. Some customers are able to consume it all day long and remain completely functional due to the low presence of THC.
If you are using our pre rolled hemp flower, we would recommend to smoke approximately 1/4 of a joint your first time to see how you feel. You can simply adjust as needed after that.
CBD flower is a form of cannabis that contains high levels of cannabidiol (CBD) and low levels of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the psychoactive compound in marijuana that produces a "high." Because of its low THC content, CBD flower typically won't produce any psychoactive effects or make you feel "high" when you use it.
Instead, many people use it for its potential health benefits. It's important to keep in mind that the effects of CBD can vary depending on the person, so you may experience different effects than someone else. It's always a good idea to talk to your doctor before using CBD, especially if you are taking any medications or have any medical conditions.
The strength of each strain is determined by the amount of CBD it contains, as well as the presence of other cannabinoids and terpenes. There is no definitive answer to which variety is strongest, as the potency can vary depending on the specific strain and how it was grown and processed. Some strains of CBD flower may have higher levels of CBD than others, while some may contain a more balanced mix of CBD and other compounds that can enhance its effects.
For this reason we include a Certificate of Analysis on every lab tested cbd flower product page that will give you the exact breakdown of the cannabinoids present in the current batch for the particular strain listed. This way you can find the cbd product that suits you.
Full Spectrum simply means that nothing has been removed from the flower. For instance, if you had a process that removed the THC from the flower, then it would no longer be full spectrum. Our hemp is federally legal and full spectrum, as these are cannabis strains that are grown to contain less or equal to 0.3% THC. Rest assured there is no chemical stripping or otherwise of any of the present cannabinoids in any of our hemp products.
The terms nugs, buds and flower can all be used interchangeably. CBD nugs, also known as hemp buds or flowers, are the unprocessed parts of the hemp plant that are high in cannabidiol (CBD) and low in THC (tetrahydrocannabinol).
As mentioned previously, CBD nugs can be consumed in several ways, such as by smoking or vaporizing. Smoking or vaporizing CBD nugs allows the user to inhale the CBD directly into their lungs, where it is then absorbed into the bloodstream and quickly reaches the brain. This method of consumption allows for fast-acting relief, making it a popular choice for those who suffer from an array of conditions.
- It is important to select an airtight storage container. Glass jars with airtight seals are a popular choice, as they allow for proper air circulation while also keeping moisture and light out.
- Make sure the container is clean and dry before storing the CBD buds. Any moisture or bacteria in the container can cause the flower to spoil or mold. Don't pack it too tightly so that you maintain proper air circulation and prevent moisture from accumulating.
- It is also important to keep your CBD flower in a cool, dark place. Avoid storing it in direct sunlight or near heat sources, as this can cause the flower to dry out and lose potency.
- To maintain the freshness and potency of your buds, it is best to use it within a few weeks of storage. You can also vacuum seal the container or use a desiccant packet to remove excess moisture and extend the shelf life.
- It is important to label the container with the date and strain of the CBD flower. This will help you keep track of the freshness and potency of your flower over time.
The short answer is no, as the federal limit for legal hemp flower is .3% THC. That said, if you are a very very sensitive individual you could potentially notice slight effects. It is a great alternative for those that enjoy the process of smoking marijuana but do not want the sometimes intense and paranoic high. Many of the relaxing benefits of the entourage effects of the non-psychoactive cannabinoids combined with the particular strains terpene profile can still produce memorable and relaxing experiences.
The Green Nursery offers a variety of sativa, indica, and hybrid hemp flowers to give you all the same variety and quality of high thc marijuana strains, but with less than .3% THC so the buzz is minimal. It can still be consumed in all the same ways as marijuana. Some people roll in joints (or buy prerolls), smoke in a bowl, or decarb the plant material and use it in baking.
CBD, or cannabidiol, is a chemical compound found in cannabis plants. CBD is one of many compounds known as cannabinoids. It is believed to have potential therapeutic effects, but it does not produce the psychoactive effects that THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) does.
CBD is typically consumed in the form of oils, capsules, or edibles, but it can also be inhaled as a vapor or smoked in the form of dried flower. When consumed, CBD may interact with the endocannabinoid system, which is a group of receptors in the body that are involved in regulating various physiological processes.
It's also important to note that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has not approved CBD for the treatment of any medical condition.
No, CBD is one of many cannabinoids derived from hemp or marijuana. Both hemp and marijuana come from the same plant: cannabis.It is just specific strains of cannabis that have less than 0.3% Delta-9 THC. CBD can be found in all cannabis plants in different concentrations.
On each product we have a certificate of analysis that shows you exactly how much CBD and other cannabinoids are in each.
It is possible to fail a drug test due to the trace amounts of THC, so we can't advise one way or the other. We find this question is best asked amongst peers or through user forums where people have personal experiences to share.
No you don't need a license or medical card, we just require that you are at least 18. It is legal at the Federal level and does not have psychoactive amounts of THC to get you high. That said, you should check if your particular State has any laws against hemp flower.
A quick and easy way to do this is to see if your local vape shops and health food shops have cbd for sale, this should give you an indication as long as they are reputable businesses. However, as it is legal at the Federal level, it is legal to ship through the USPS.
CBD weed is used interchangeably with CBD flower because they both refer to the same product - hemp buds that are rich in CBD and low in THC.
Traditionally weed refers to marijuana, but people are starting to use this term more loosely these days to refer to any type of cannabis, hemp or marijuana.
Not exactly, the flower for both products comes from cannabis sativa and/or cannabis indica.
However, with hemp it is defined as strains that have less than .3% Delta 9 THC. Anything over .3% Delta-9 THC is currently classified as marijuana.
It is legal via the 2018 Farm Bill which legalized it at the Federal level as long as the Delta 9 THC content was less than .3%. The bill expires soon and will be replaced by the 2023 Farm Bill and we hope to see all the current definitions kept or made even more liberal. For instance, some people are pushing for a 1% Delta 9 THC increase. Some States have particular laws, but no State is allowed on interfere with intrastate commerce.
The effects of smokable CBD buds can vary greatly depending on the individual and the specific product being used. Some people may feel the effects of smokable CBD for a few hours, while others may feel the effects for much longer.
The duration of the effects may also depend on the strength of the product, the amount being consumed, and the method of consumption. It is also worth noting that everyone's body is different and may respond differently to CBD, so it is difficult to predict exactly how long the effects of smokable CBD will last for any given individual.
It is generally recommended to start with a low dose of cbdflower and gradually increase the dosage as needed. This can help to ensure that you are not taking too much CBD at once and can help you to find the optimal dose for your needs. It is also a good idea to talk to a healthcare professional before starting to use CBD, as they can help to advise you on the appropriate dosage and usage for your specific needs.