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No. Even though CBD flower looks and smells like normal weed, the authorities don’t care about aroma and appearances. What they are bothered about is THC content. A ruling in the 2018 Farm Bill means that industrial hemp products – like CBD flower – must have less than 0.3% THC. All of our CBD flower products conform to this legal requirement.
Yes, CBD flower has a strong aroma, just like that of marijuana. And technically, they are the same plant, except for much different CBD and THC levels! But the pungent smell of CBD flower doesn’t come from the cannabinoids, but from the terpenes.
CBD flower is laden with terpenes, which bring therapeutic effects, flavor and, yes, a strong smell. That’s why we use smell-proof packaging, to keep that powerful aroma under wraps!
CBD flower will likely have trace levels of THC, but this will always make up less than 0.3% of the product’s overall weight. Flower may also have small concentrations of tetrahydrocannabinolic acid (THCA), which is THC in its preactivated, non-psychoactive form.
The chances of failing a drug test with CBD flower are very slim, but technically not zero since there is a very low quantity of THC. You can take as much CBD as you like without failing a test – it’s only the THC that gets flagged up.
However, as THC lingers in the body for weeks, regular flower users could, in theory, find their THC levels build to problematic levels. To fail, it would probably require a very strict test that sets an extremely low THC threshold. But we cannot guarantee that you won’t fail a drug test with CBD flower, so do keep this precautionary advice in mind.
No, CBD flower will not make you high. CBD doesn’t have any intoxicating or psychoactive effects – these all come from the THC. Per federal law, hemp flower must have no more than 0.3% THC, which is not enough to cause a psychoactive effect. Furthermore, CBD blocks the effects of THC anyway.
The most common way to smoke CBD flower is in a joint. You can either roll your own, or get some empty cones and fill them yourself – that way, you’re always guaranteed of a smooth and even smoke. CBD flower can also be smoked in bongs, pipes and bubblers. Bongs are perfect if you want a bigger hit of CBD!
Yes, we know how important discretion is to our customers – the last thing you want is for people to think you’re buying weed! With our stealthy and discreet smell-proof packaging, there’s no way that your deliveryman or neighbors will know what you’re purchasing.
Yes, you can cook with CBD flower, although not straight away. First, you have to decarboxylate your buds, make an extract and infuse it into butter or an oil. Then, you can proceed with any of your favorite recipes, and give them a CBD twist!
However, if cooking with CBD flower and flower extracts, never exceed 350°F, or the CBD will burn off and you’ll lose the benefits.
No, CBD flower will not give you the munchies. The intense hunger pangs from marijuana come from the THC binding with CB1 receptors in the endocannabinoid system. Without getting too technical, CBD doesn’t affect the body in the same way, and therefore won’t give you the munchies!
CBD flower may make your eyes red, although this seems rare. The “red eye” effect from consuming cannabis comes from the vasodilation that THC causes in the eyes. Since CBD flower has such a small concentration of THC, it’s unlikely that you’ll get bloodshot eyes. But don’t rule out a slight red tinge.
Your Quick and Easy Guide to CBD Flower
CBD flower is like marijuana in every way, except for one – it doesn’t get you high! It’s not packed with psychoactive delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), but is loaded with the decidedly non-psychoactive cannabidiol (CBD). Per federal law, hemp products must have less than 0.3% THC.
At CBDVapeJuice.net, you are spoiled for choice when it comes to CBD flower. We have more than a dozen high-quality, lab-tested strains, offering a range of effects. With so many options, we guarantee you’ll be able to find one that matches your needs.
What does CBD flower do?
CBD flower is typically associated with relaxation. Many people use CBD buds to alleviate stress and anxiety. Indeed, this non-intoxicating flower is a great way of reducing certain cannabis side effects, including anxiety and paranoia.
CBD strains may also provide physical benefits, such as pain relief, through interactions with the body’s endocannabinoid system (ECS). Much more scientific research is needed on CBD, but importantly, it’s safe and non-addictive, so you can experiment with confidence.
CBD flower is generally classified into three categories: sativa, indica and hybrid strains. Each has a unique terpene profile, and therefore produces slightly different effects.
These are the perfect CBD nugs for lifting your energy levels and getting motivated for the day to come. Sativas are renowned fatigue-busters, and also have some pleasant cerebral properties, which can help to boost your focus and creativity.
Our sativas: Emerald Star, Lifter, Sweet Tooth, Sour Patch, Green House Lifter
These strains are preferable if you want all-round relaxation. The calming terpenes in indicas make for even more stress and anxiety relief. Meanwhile, the physically relaxing effects create a body buzz and ‘couchlock’ effect. Indicas are perfect for winding down with in the evenings, and may also be useful for sleep.
Our indicas: Catatonic, Tropic Thunder, Green House Bubba Kush
As you may have guessed, hybrid CBD flower strains blend together the best of sativas and indicas for a balanced experience. You’ll get the energy boost without the anxiety, and the relaxation without the sleepiness. Hybrid buds are great throughout the day, and a good investment if you just want to buy one strain.
Our hybrids: Super Haze, Cool Mint, Electra, DC Hemp, AC Diesel, Tsunami, Green House Electra
How to use CBD Flower
CBD flower is popularity because it has several uses. With a bit of knowhow, you can use it to make just about any CBD product you can think of.
Most people enjoy CBD buds by smoking them. Inhalation is the fastest way to get CBD active in your body, and also provides that classic, flavorful smoking experience that’s synonymous with smoking regular cannabis. Of course, smoking isn’t exactly risk-free, but it’s less dangerous than normal smoking as it doesn’t contain an addictive component, like tobacco does with nicotine. Basically, if you decide to stop smoking CBD flower for any reason, you won’t have any problems quitting!
You can minimize the health risks posed by smoking by vaping your CBD flower instead. Instead of burning the herb and generating a myriad of carcinogens, vaping just cooks the flower, so you aren’t exposed to so many nasty compounds. Even better, vaping CBD nugs doesn’t create as much smell as smoking them does, and the effects hit just as quickly as when smoking.
You can also use CBD flower extracts to make edibles (and oils and topicals too!). CBD flower extracts are often infused into butter or coconut oil, and can then be used to make pretty much any recipe of your choice!
According to the 2018 Farm Bill, hemp products are legal in the United States, providing the delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) content does not exceed 0.3% of the overall product.
When reading our lab reports, you may come across a substance called tetrahydrocannabinolic acid (THCA). THCA is converted into THC when it’s heated. But crucially, THCA is non-psychoactive.
Lifter Test Results
Suver Haze Test Results
Bubba Kush Test Results