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Why Highly Concentrated CBD Oil Tends to Crystallize

In recent months, here at Veteran's Hemp Market, we have been receiving emails and complaints from users who have found that their CBD oil vapes have crystallized. That’s we have decided to put together this explainer article to provide an in-depth explanation. If you...

CBD Flower—What It Is and How It’s Used

“We are Veteran's Hemp Market and believe in providing the best quality products at the best possible price..” CBD is a popular hemp extract that many people use for its potential wellness benefits. Consumers often flock to products like CBD oil, gummies, or infused...

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CBD is a popular hemp extract that many people use for its potential wellness benefits. Consumers often flock to products like CBD oil, gummies, or infused beverages, although there are many different ways to reap the benefits of CBD-dominant cannabis strains. Some people find CBD flower particularly appealing since it is taken directly from hemp plants without the need for extensive extraction processes.

What is CBD Flower?

CBD flowers come from industrial hemp plants and contain many of the beneficial cannabinoids and terpenes (if not more) found within CBD oil. People who prefer CBD buds claim they work better for them due to the abundance of cannabis compounds, which work together to produce more lasting and noticeable effects.

CBD oils on the other hand typically have to go through an ethanol or CO2 extraction process, and some CBD products are further distilled to “purify” them and may end up stripping away some naturally occurring cannabinoids in the process. In contract, CBD flower is trimmed from the stalks of hemp without any additional manufacturing or purification needed.

Can CBD flower get you high?

Industrial hemp plants have naturally low THC levels, which means that their flowers also contain minimal amounts of THC (the psychoactive compound in cannabis plants). Because of this, the plants produce CBD rich buds that will not create any mind altering effects like those commonly associated with a THC high.

Is CBD flower legal?

Hemp derived CBD flower is legal in the U.S. as long as it contains less than 0.3 percent of THC by dry weight. The 2018 Farm Bill recently legalized hemp federally as an agricultural crop, therefor making hemp flowers legal as well. Other cannabis plants may produce buds with high CBD and low THC concentrations, but these are not considered federally legal since they originate from marijuana cannabis strains.

How do you use CBD flower?

Smoking hemp is the preferred method of use for CBD flowers, especially for the converted user looking to gain relaxation without the high. In some instances, many people opt for pre-rolled joints that contain CBD hemp flower, but others prefer to buy the buds and smoke them on their own terms. While this isn’t necessarily the healthiest habit, it may be a better option for individuals who are looking for an alternative to cigarettes or psychoactive marijuana.

CBD Hemp Flower Benefits

Much like CBD oil, hemp flower is believed to have many beneficial effects that can be used to alleviate issues like chronic pain, anxiety, sleep troubles, and more. While most of this is based off of anecdotal evidence, some scientific studies have shown that CBD has valuable purposes, including:

These wellness advantages appeal to many people, but it’s important to note that smoking CBD flower is not the healthiest way to benefit from CBD. Inhaling anything other than oxygen into your lungs can be harmful, so for people that choose to smoke hemp, there is typically a trade off between the relieving effects they may experience versus the internal effects they do not see.