CBD Hemp Flower FAQs
How Does CBD Work?
Cannabidiol (CBD) is a naturally occurring chemical compound called a cannabinoid and one of the most abundant components of hemp. CBD is safe to consume and is non-intoxicating. Cannabinoids interact within the body and brain through the human endocannabinoid system or ECS. Unlike CBD, THC and the other cannabinoids interact directly with the cannabinoid receptors in the ECS. Simply put, CBD works is by stimulating the ECS to produce its own cannabinoids. CBD also prevents the breakdown of these endocannabinoids, which allows our bodies to use more of them.
What Does It Feel Like To Smoke CBD Flower?
The effects of CBD hemp flower will vary from person to person depending on your metabolism also the strain. In general, CBD hemp flower will help you feel calm and relaxed, as well as clear and focused, but it won’t get you high. CBD interacts with different receptors in the brain, so the effects can be quite diverse. While CBD is known to cause relaxation, it doesn’t affect the brain the same way as THC. So no, you won’t get high from smoking CBD hemp flower.
What’s The Best Time To Smoke CBD Flower?
If you’re new to smokable hemp flower, you might wonder if it’s better to smoke in the morning or at night. In fact, the best times will depend on the hemp strain.
For example, many customers say that the Cherry CBD, Hawaiian Haze, and Sour Space Candy strains are great in the morning. Due to their sativa dominance, they can have a stimulating effect. For more info on our these strains, be sure to visit NaturalHealingProducts.com
Unlike Lifter, the Bubba Kusha, Lifter and Wife strains produces more soothing effects. Thus, people often prefer smoking these strains in the evening. For more info on these strains, be sure to visit NaturalHealingProducts.com
Remember, you might have a different response to CBD than your friends. So keep that in mind when deciding when to smoke hemp flower. Some people experience euphoria with a small dose of CBD, while others get sleepy.
Ultimately, the best time to smoke hemp flower will depend on several factors such as the strain you selected, your metabolism, and your tolerance to CBD. With just a little experimentation, you will find out the time that’s right for you to smoke hemp flower.
Can I Smoke Or Vape CBD Hemp Flower?
Yes, smoking and vaping are the preferred methods of consumption. CBD hemp flower can be rolled into a joint or blunt, or smoked in a pipe, bowl or bong.
You can vape CBD hemp flowers in a dry herb vaporizer. And actually, many customers state that vaping is the favored way to enjoy each strain’s distinct terpene profile.
Compared to smoking, vaping is overall considered a safer way to consume hemp flower. It’s also safer, especially for those with lung conditions because you can control the temperature. The lower temperature setting prevents the plant material from burning and releasing the toxins and carcinogens found in smoke.
Discretion is a significant reason why many people enjoy vaping hemp flower. Most vaporizers are easy to carry in a pocket or your bag without the harsh odor of smoke. And because vaping in general has become so popular, it’s easier to vape hemp flower in public compared to smoking a joint.
Because smoking and vaping are two distinct experiences, we recommend trying our CBD hemp flower both ways. You just might find that you like both ways but in different situations.
Are CBD Hemp Flowers Indica or Sativa?
Actually, a pure indica or sativa strain is rare. Just about all cannabis and hemp strains are hybrids. Some are sativa-dominant, while others are indica-dominant, and some are a fairly even split. The consensus seems to be that CBD hemp flower strains are sativa-dominant hybrids.
Will I Like The Taste Of Smokable Hemp?
We think the smell and flavor of smokable hemp is amazing, but for some it can be an acquired taste. Some people like the terpenes in our hemp strains on the first puff, and then for others it takes a little time to fully appreciate the flavor of smokable hemp.
We encourage you to read through the product descriptions for each strain, especially if this is your first order of CBD hemp flower. Be aware that every hemp strain is different. So take the time to look for the hemp flavors that suit your taste.
Is CBD Hemp Flower Really Legal?
At the federal level, hemp is legal. With the passage of the 2018 Farm Bill, the ban on the cultivation and sale of hemp products was lifted, providing they contain no more than 0.3% THC. However, even though hemp is legal federally, it still banned in some states at the state level. So, be sure to check your state laws. Please note, all products listed in our catalog have been third-party lab tested to ensure the THC content is less than 0.3%.
Will CBD Hemp Flower Appear on Drug Testing?
The possibility of failing a drug test because of CBD hemp flower is extremely unlikely. However, even though hemp contains less than 0.3% THC, that’s not a guarantee that it won’t appear on routine drug testing. Because every individual has a different metabolism, it’s impossible to gauge how your body will absorb hemp. If you know you will be having a drug test, you should refrain from smoking hemp several days beforehand.
Does CBD Have Any Side Effects?
Just like any supplement, there’s always the possibility that you could experience side effects with CBD. However rare, adverse reactions tend to occur for those taking higher than usual CBD dosages. If you experience severe side effects, stop taking CBD and contact your doctor.