What is the Big Hype Over CBD Flower All About?

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When CBD products rose in popularity, many people preferred the oil or edible composition for consumption. In recent years, the demand for smokable CBD (cannabidiol) products has emerged. But why the big hype? Let’s take a closer look at this product and why people are preferring it over its oil counterpart. 

What Exactly is a CBD Flower? 

Within every marijuana or cannabis plant, there are different components known as cannabinoids. The two most popular cannabinoids are THC and CBD. THC is the component found mainly within marijuana plants. It is high in psychoactive effects and is usually smoked for recreational purposes.

In comparison to his naughty uncle, cannabidiol doesn’t have any psychoactive effects on the smoker and has been used to treat symptoms associated with a variety of medical conditions. 

The flower of all cannabis plants carries the most THC or CBD, therefore, it’s the part of the plant matter that is usually harvested for production.

The hemp plant is known for not having a high percentage of THC, and therefore its flowers are harvested for CBD. For more information on the composition and physical appearance of the flower, go here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XCdVtFpuMus

When manufacturers want to extract CBD from marijuana flowers, they have to do so by means of different extraction methods. The result of these extraction methods is usually oil.

But, when consumers like to smoke their CBD product, they can consider the Hemp cannabidiol flower, since most hemp flowers contain less than 0.3% THC. 

Manufacturers will harvest hemp flowers and dry them out, ready for sale and distribution. 

Why do People Love CBD Flowers? 

There are many reasons why people prefer flowers over oils or edibles. Here is a list of the most prominent reasons: 

The Benefits

People love smoking dry cannabidiol flowers because it holds so many therapeutic benefits. Here is a list of all the benefits you might experience from smoking it:

  • It acts as an anti-inflammatory to help relieve pain caused by a variation of medical conditions
  • Helps cancer patients cope with the effects of chemotherapy
  • It has an anxiolytic effect that assists in the managing of stress and anxiety
  • Regulates homeostasis in the body to achieve balance
  • Improves immune system
  • It provides a calming effect that induces sleep for those suffering from insomnia and sleeplessness
  • It holds possible mood and cognitive benefits 
  • Helps reduce the number of epileptic fits for those suffering from epilepsy
  • Regulates hormonal function and appetite
  • Help the user cope with symptoms caused by Parkinson’s disease, Glaucoma, and Depression

Even though there are many benefits, one should always remember that the right dosage amount is still important. When you start using a stronger version of CBD products you might experience some of the following side effects: 

  • Vomiting and nausea
  • Dry mouth
  • Pulmonary disease
  • Cardiovascular disease

Always stick to the dosage recommended by your doctor or a licensed pharmacist. 

Quick and Efficient

Compared to other digestion methods, smoking cannabidiol has the most effective and quickest effect on the user. Once smoked, the user can feel immediate relief from medical ailments. Manufacturers produce CBD flowers as raw and dried products for users who need immediate results. 

Those suffering from acute pain and sleeplessness will benefit greatly from the quick and efficient time for the product to take effect. 

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Different Strains

In the past, there has been a misconception that only THC flowers come in different strains. Fortunately, this myth was soon kicked to the curb when manufacturers introduced a variety of strains.

It is believed that cannabidiol flower smokers should enjoy the same dank smell and aroma that comes from smoking marijuana. 

Depending on the cultivation, farming, and origin of the plant, users can choose from a wide variety of strains including: 

  • Mimosa CBG
  • OG Kush
  • Super Silver Haze
  • Northern Lights
  • Cherry Wine
  • Sour Lifter
  • And many more

Low THC Content and High CBD Content

To legally sell cannabidiol products, it should contain less than 0.3% THC. Because it originates from hemp, it’s guaranteed to have a very low THC count.

On the contrary, it is very high in cannabidiol which is the compound that assists in managing symptoms like headaches, inflammation, and anxiety. 

When looking at credible dispensary’s third-party lab test reports, some varieties can have as much as 22% cannabidiol content. Learn more about the legality and laws regarding Marijuana and the distribution of CBD products in this article

Because it hasn’t gone through any extraction process, the flower contains many other beneficial cannabinoids found within the hemp plant. 

Aids Smokers and Substance Abusers

Because many cannabidiol flowers are found in different strains, it still holds the same dank and potent aroma and taste as other recreational THC products.

Many smokers have testified that they found it easier to stop smoking cigarettes when they moved to smoke CBD flowers. 

Not only does the taste and smell of this product resemble smoking, but the calming effect it gives smokers is similar of the calming effect experienced when smoking cigarettes; without any nicotine inhalation.  

It’s also a great tool to use to help substance abusers cope with withdrawal symptoms while sobering up. 

If you want to spruce things up and try a quicker and more effective cannabidiol product, then join the hype and try smoking a CBD flower. 

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