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A variety of hemp sativa L, hemp is a dioecious plant, meaning it can be divided into male and female plants.
The plants have been used for many different purposes for more than 10,000 years. We get fiber from the stems of the plant, protein from the seeds, oils from the leaves and oils from the smokeable flowers.
Hemp fibers can be used to make items including paper, clothing, textiles, rope - even building materials.
The entire hemp plant, from stem to seed, can also be used for fuel and raw materials.
Why smoke dried hemp CBD?
In case you hadn't noticed, CBD products have become really popular lately: oils, tinctures, capsules, edibles, topicals and more!
But it turns out that there is something even more powerful than all of them: dried hemp CBD.
Hemp dried CBD is the most natural form of CBD. While smoking dried hemp may sound strange, it is actually the easiest and most proven way to obtain CBD.
What is hemp dried CBD?
Think of CBD hemp flower as a mild sibling of conventional marijuana. Made from the budding tops of the mature hemp plant, dried hemp CBD has a high CBD content but very low THC content.
Many CBD hemp flower varieties combine a low THC content with a very high cannabidiol content of 7-10% or more. The ratio of CBD to THC in CBD hemp flowers is off the charts. No wonder it has such relaxing, anti-stress properties.
So ... why smoke dried hemp dried CBD? Good question. Here are some of the top reasons why dried hemp dried CBD is loved by our customers.
Reason #1: dried hemp dried CBD is delicious
This first reason is one of the most obvious reasons to smoke hemp. dried hemp dried CBD looks, smells and tastes delicious!
While the term "hemp" may evoke images of fibers or ropes, CBD-dried hemp has come far enough in recent years to rival its THC-rich sibling, hemp. Hemp dried CBD is full of aromatic terpenes - just like the varieties of hemp you may or may not like.
Smoking dried hemp CBD wouldn't be worth the effort if it didn't taste delicious. Fortunately, this is not the case. Many of our customers say that the taste of our high CBD and THC hemp dried is their favorite!
Reason #2: CBD dried hemp CBD works fast
Another good thing about CBD hemp flower? Its effect is fast.
Unlike what you might see with CBD oils or tinctures, you don't have to wait for the effects, wondering if you've taken enough. dried hemp dried CBD is so fast-acting that you can feel its effects immediately. The cannabinoids and terpenes it contains work directly on your brain and endocannabinoid system.
The very first inhale brings a feeling of peace, bliss and serenity. There is also virtually no risk of anxiety, as all of our cannabis flowers contain less than 0.3% THC.
Reason #3: CBD cannabis smokers engage in the "dawn effect."
While modern medicine tends to focus on isolating and purifying chemicals, studies have shown that cannabis works differently.
Its active ingredients actually work much better when taken together. Science calls this synergy of compound + compound the "entourage effect." These active ingredients include dozens of cannabinoids, hundreds of terpenes, and all sorts of flavonoids and antioxidants. Even the best full-spectrum hemp oil can't capture it all!
But dried hemp dried CBD can. It's completely unprocessed and contains everything you'd expect in hemp, including CBD, CNB, CBG, THC, THCA, terpenes, cannaflavones and more.
Reason #4: dried hemp CBD could replace nicotine
Could hemp dried CBD help cigarette smokers kick the habit?
This may sound too good to be true ... but it isn't. Studies have shown that the cannabinoids in cannabis flowers may have anti-addictive properties!
And the actual experiences of our clients support this concept. People who are addicted/addicted to nicotine often report that their cravings decrease.
How do you choose the best hemp CBD dried?
Finding your next favorite strain of CBD cannabis flower is actually quite easy. Just choose a strain whose terpene profile you like!
Terpenes are aromatic compounds that give a cannabis strain its distinctive flavor. Determining the terpene content of a strain can give you a better idea of its taste, aroma and effects.
Below is a list of the most important terpenes to look for:
Myrcene | This tropical terp is relaxing and calming. It is largely responsible for the infamous "couch lock" effect of cannabis.
Limonene | A delicious citrus terpene, limonene has a unique energizing effect.
Linalool | Linalool is best known for being the main terpene in lavender. As you might expect, it is very relaxing.
Beta-caryophyllene | This spicy terpene has both anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties.
Pinene | This earthy terpene can improve cognitive function and enhance cardiovascular health.
Eucalyptol | The primary terpene in eucalyptus, this terpene appears to be a powerful antioxidant.
Can I smoke dried hemp dried CBD?
Of course you can! Smoking the CBD flower, in fact, is one of the fastest and most powerful ways to obtain CBD. "Cannabis sativa L. is probably one of the oldest plants cultivated by humans," - says hemp expert and ethnobotanist Dr. Ethan Russo.
And much of the plant's popularity was due to what happened after it was lit. The historical record certainly supports this idea. Need some examples? 4000-year-old hemp remains have been found in Egypt. The ancient Hebrews may have used hemp as part of their religious ceremonies. Hemp goes back so far in China that it seems to have inspired the letter "ma."
The idea of smoking is often misconceived today. But scientific studies and real-world experience show that smoking cannabis is actually beneficial! It turns out that the benefits of the anti-inflammatory cannabinoids of cannabis are much stronger than the harms of smoking.
Not to mention that smoking high CBD, THC A, is fun. Those of you who have tried it will know that it's an addictive experience! First there are the smells, flavors and aromas. Then comes the wave of relaxation as the cannabinoids from cannabis begin to enter your bloodstream and seep into your endocannabinoid system. It's almost a biochemical reminder to sit back, relax and realize that life is good. While full-spectrum CBD oil and other delivery methods have their place, we can't think of a more enjoyable way to get healthy.
Many users say that smoking cannabis is as relaxing as a few puffs of tobacco or a few glasses of wine. Getting CBD through inhalation is also practical ... especially if you do it with the help of a tasty cannabis flower pre-roll.
Can I smoke dried hemp dried CBD?
Yes - you can also smoke dried hemp CBD from Hemp Buch!
Many of our customers enjoy vaping more than smoking or any other method. Some of them say that vaping makes it easier to appreciate the nuances and complexity of the terpene blend of their favorite strain.
That's right: you can easily vaporize with a dry herb vaporizer, volcano or vaporizer pen. Vaping's growing popularity means that dozens of premium convection/conduction devices have also appeared on store shelves. Whatever your budget, you should easily find something that suits your individual needs.
Vaping also offers additional health benefits. Both cannabis users and medical professionals agree that vaping is gentler on the lungs than smoking a bong or joint. Even people with asthma can usually smoke CBD-dried hemp without side effects.
As if you needed one more reason to choose vaping, here's one: vaping is convenient. You can smoke in the car, while hiking or walking, or at work. (You don't need to take lighters or cigarette papers with you.
If you haven't already done so, consider vaping some CBD cannabis flowers and experience the benefits for yourself. We think you'll enjoy it.
When can I smoke dried hemp CBD?
Those new to smoking cannabis may wonder if smoking it at certain times is better than others.
While there is definitely no bad time to smoke dried cannabis, there can be better or worse times, depending on which strain we're talking about. Our customers have found Lifter to be an excellent morning strain. Bubba Kush, on the other hand, has pleasantly calming effects that make it ideal for the evening.
Finding the right variety for you is a process, so don't be afraid to play around with different options - at different times of the day - until you find what works for you!
What makes dried hemp CBD so great?
THC and CBD, as amazing as they may be, are just the beginning. dried hemp dried CBD is also rich in other phytochemicals! Scientists have discovered tons of "active ingredients." These include trace cannabinoids, terpenes, flavones, chalcones and additional phenolic compounds. No wonder they call this plant a "pharmacological treasure trove."
In a pretty cool example of symbiosis, these plant compounds bind to many of the human body's built-in receptor systems. These systems include the endocannabinoid system, the endorphin system, the endovanilloid system, the serotonergic system and the dopaminergic system.
That's right: CBD's interaction with the endocannabinoid system is just the beginning. The hemp-derived terpene beta-caryophyllene binds to the body's CB2 receptors just like CBD. (You don't need to know all these details ... just know that dried hemp dried CBD works holistically through different pathways).
And while many of the compounds in cannabis flowers are produced in truly trace amounts, every little bit counts. And remember the "dawn effect" from earlier? Cannabinoids, THC-a, terpenes and flavonoids seem to work better together.
How is hemp dried CBD made?
Hemp, like any other type of hemp, is an herbaceous plant that grows annually. It is also a so-called photoperiod plant, meaning that its growth and maturation cycles follow the sun.
We harvest our indoor cannabis flowers at the peak of their perfection. How? By using cues such as bud development, trichome color, cannabinoid testing and smell. Our cannabis products are also extensively lab tested (and, of course, taste tested) before being made available to customers.
Hemp buds have been around for millennia, but recent legal developments mean they are experiencing a recent renaissance. Hemp growers are now breeding CBD into many of the most popular cannabis strains. These strains include OG Kush, Bubba Kush, Hawaiian Haze, Sour Space Candy, Lemon Drop, Rainbow Sherbet, Sour Tsunami, Lifter, Elektra and many more!
Strains that are rich in CBG and CBN (Cannabinol) are also in development. Many of these strains taste and smell just like the high-THC originals. They feel just as good ... minus the sometimes unmanageable side effects.
Why has smoked flower become so popular? Probably simply the fact that CBD and our chemical makeup are a match made in heaven!
What makes our hemp dried CBD unique?
Let's start with the quality of the product. Our CBD hemp bud is designed to win over even the most dedicated hemp connoisseurs. It is not mass-produced, as may be the case with CBD flowers from another company. No way!
Instead, our flower is grown organically using proven natural methods. We use organic super soil, which has several advantages over other growing media. The natural organisms and probiotics in this soil help keep the roots of our plants happy, healthy and strong.
When the time comes, our cannabis is harvested at the peak of perfection and lovingly hand trimmed. Once trimmed, our indoor CBD flower undergoes a meticulous 60-day curing process. This process brings out the best of its aromatic terpenes.
Our hemp CBD is also distinguished by what it does not contain. Our organic process uses no synthetic nutrients, herbicides, pesticides or fungicides. Nature knows best.
Many of these substances are dangerous when ingested and even more toxic when inhaled. Even synthetic fertilizers that are labeled "safe to use" are not actually safe. When heated and ignited, they can form carcinogenic compounds.
The difference between synthetic and organic methods is palpable. Most consumers agree that organic cannabis flowers taste better than varieties grown with synthetics. Growing cannabis in rich, living soil allows it to develop a more complex terpene profile. Organic cannabis also offers a smoother smoking experience. There are no chemical residues from synthetic fertilizers and pesticides to create a pungent aftertaste.
You can find the best CBD flower products at Hemp Buch.
Is hemp dried CBD legal?
Yes - CBD flower is fully legal nationwide, as long as it contains less than 0.3% THC (Delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol) by dry weight. You can thank 2018's Federal Farm Bill for the legality of hemp. This law legalized hemp cultivation, processing, distribution, sale and transportation.
Those who smoke legal dried hemp CBD may also encounter blind spots when it comes to drug testing. That's because the initial "point of care" tests use antibodies that can confuse CBD and other cannabinoids with THC. This type of false positive is rare, but it does happen. If you intend to smoke cannabis on a regular basis, we recommend that you inform your employer first. And don't worry too much. A false positive can always be corrected through confirmation tests that distinguish between THC and CBD.
Interestingly, Delta-9 THC is the only cannabinoid derived from hemp that is illegal. Other psychotropic cannabinoids, like Delta-8 THC and THCv, are perfectly legal as long as they are produced from industrial hemp. This has inspired some growers to produce strains that contain more of these cannabinoids than usual. Others have created strains high in CBG, a unique cannabinoid with impressive antibacterial properties. Some strains are even rich in CBN, a slightly psychotropic cannabinoid that can be great for sleep.
What is the age limit for CBD?
For roasted CBD flower, the legal age limit is 18. Other CBD products are fine for people of any age to take. While CBD products are generally not sold to minors, parents are free to give hemp CBD to their children. Even the FDA has approved certain forms of CBD for children with epilepsy.
The path that led to CBD's legality was actually forged by parents who noticed how much the cannabinoid helped their epileptic children. It would be a bit hypocritical to say that children should never use CBD - simply smoking CBD is probably not their best option. All that said, even young adults seem to benefit from smoking cannabinoids. Studies have correlated cannabis use with a lower risk of binge drinking among college students.
Given that one of these activities (drinking) affects motor control much more than the other, we know which activity we would choose! Even cannabis with high THC content doesn't have the downside that alcohol consumption does.
What is the difference between hemp buds and marijuana?
The biggest difference is the CBD content. Compared to marijuana, CBD flower strains have significantly more CBD and significantly less THC. Hemp can also have higher amounts of CBG, CBDa and CBDv, while marijuana can have more Delta-8 THC, THCa and THCv.
Marijuana tends to have slightly different terpene profiles, too. Most varieties emphasize relaxing terpenes, such as myrcene, which produce the infamous "couch-lock" effect. On the other hand, dried hemp CBD is often rich in more energizing terpenes, such as beta-caryophyllene, eugenol and humulene. Cannabis plants can also be shorter and more compact than hemp, with thicker stems and denser, heavier buds.
However, most of these differences are minor. Hemp and marijuana belong to the cannabis plant family, but have different cannabinoid profiles. Hemp that is low in THC and high in CBD is called hemp, while hemp that is high in THC is called marijuana. Today's hemp looks and smells just as good as your favorite marijuana strain.
The last difference we will mention is obvious. Hemp buds are federally legal, while marijuana buds are not. If you're going to smoke marijuana, make sure first that the law in your region allows it. And never smoke before driving a car or operating machinery.
What are the benefits of CBD and CBG?
Hemp dried CBD is great at promoting what scientists call homeostasis (whole body balance). It all starts with stress reduction. The most popular uses for hemp CBD dried include relieving pain, anxiety, inflammation and sleep-related problems.
CBD is believed to offer these benefits by activating the endocannabinoid system. ECS, in turn, prevents the breakdown of certain endocannabinoids in the brain.
The way cannabinoids interact with the endocannabinoid system plays a role in regulating perception, pain, stress, appetite, energy, memory, sleep, fertility and many other physical processes that affect overall well-being. In addition to being powerfully balancing and often relaxing, CBD flower can:
- Reduce stress and anxiety, including generalized anxiety and social anxiety symptoms
- Improve sleep, helping to reduce the time it takes to fall asleep and making it easier to stay asleep, thanks to soothing and calming effects
- Reduce muscle and joint pain and help manage chronic pain and involuntary muscle spasms
- Improves mobility and comfort
- Promote "relaxed mental focus" and concentration with its calming but uplifting effects
- Mitigation of symptoms associated with epilepsy and seizure disorders (both in children and adults)
- Help manage digestive symptoms, such as those caused by IBS and inflammatory bowel disease
- Reduce psychotic symptoms associated with conditions such as schizophrenia, Parkinson's disease and psychosis
- Reduction of TMJ symptoms, including jaw pain
- Potentially help reduce addictive behavior by reducing anxiety and cravings.
You are most likely to experience these benefits when using "whole plant medicine." This type of product leaves the compounds of the cannabis plant fully intact, instead of using isolates that have gone through more processing.
High-quality CBD flower offers what is commonly referred to as the "dawn effect," which describes how different compounds in cannabis work together synergistically to produce an increased and more potent effect. Using bud is not only more affordable, but you'll also experience the benefits immediately. This means less time waiting for relief and more clarity about which dose is right for you.
One of the most appealing things about the benefits of CBD is that they often come with little or no side effects. The same cannot be said for many prescription and over-the-counter drugs.
Another nice thing about flowers? You don't have to rearrange your entire day around it. You can take dried hemp CBD at virtually any time of the day or night. And you don't have to avoid driving, keeping an eye on the kids or doing your job. Hemp dried CBD can also be carried on the go.
Since there are many different types of CBD flower, the benefits will vary depending on the specific strain you choose. It comes down to the exact percentage of CBD and other cannabinoids in each unique strain. Some strains of cannabis flower are more uplifting and energizing, while others are more sedative. People may choose to use different strains during the day rather than at night to achieve the desired effects.
CBD can be used in combination with conventional medications to offer even more benefits. CBD has also been found to have an "opioid-sparing effect," so much so that some CBD users are able to wean themselves off opioid drugs.
What amount of CBD is safe to take?
People can choose to take a wide range of dosages depending on their specific symptoms, overall health, body size and goals.
Studies suggest that taking 300 milligrams of CBD daily orally is safe for most adults. This type of dosage can be continued for up to 6 months (there are fewer studies available that have focused on the effects of taking it for longer periods of time).
Some adults can take even higher doses for shorter periods if they use it to control more severe symptoms. Few other substances - even natural ones - have such a large "buffer" between an adequate dose and a dangerous dose. In fact, CBD is virtually impossible to overdose on.
To prevent potential side effects, it is generally recommended to start with a low dose. You can gradually increase the dosage as needed, taking about 25 to 50% more each week. It's best to discuss taking high doses with your doctor first, especially if you plan to continue use for many months. Before giving CBD to your child, we also recommend getting advice from your doctor and discussing the pros and cons.