Hemp CBD flower is growing in popularity. CBD flower is harvested from the hemp plant and cured to perfection. It looks and smells just like cannabis flower, but with one major difference: it is federally legal because it contains less than 0.3% THC, so there is no psychoactive “high.” Buy CBD flower online from Go Green Botanicals or visit us in New Braunfels, Texas, and rest assured you are getting a high-quality and legal product!
Unlike CBD capsules or tinctures, hemp CBD flower is typically smoked like traditional cannabis. It can be purchased as flower buds, pre-rolls or CBD cigarettes. When heated, the activated CBD compound provides a relaxing effect and may also provide therapeutic benefits such as pain, inflammation and anxiety relief. CBD flower also contains other naturally occurring cannabinoids like CBG and CBC, giving users another reason to choose flower over isolate products.
How can I consume CBD flower?
Smoking, inhaling or pulmonary ingestion of hemp flower allows CBD to be absorbed into your bloodstream quickly. Some prefer the “old school” smoking method over ingesting capsules, oils or edibles, because the CBD is carried to your brain and effects can be felt within 30 seconds to a few minutes. This method is also said to be stronger because it bypasses the digestive system. However the effects of smoking hemp CBD flower may only last up to an hour, so users tend to smoke more frequently than other methods, which some may consider a drawback.
If you like the benefits of inhaling hemp CBD flower but don’t like inhaling smoke into your lungs, then you may prefer to vape CBD. Vapor is said to be absorbed more effectively by the lungs than smoke, and vaping preserves the terpenes and flavonoids, which help explains why vaping has become so popular. Vaporizers can be found in personal and tabletop sizes.
Don’t try to eat your hemp CBD flower! The CBD must be activated by heat to enjoy the effects. The easiest way to eat CBD flower is to cook it. The most traditional way is to cook the buds over low heat with butter or oil, and then strain the flower contents and discard them. The butter or oil can be used in your favorite recipe — brownies, cookies, candies, even your favorite dinner dish. If you can’t take the heat and prefer to avoid the kitchen, check out Go Green’s selection of CBD edibles.
Disclaimer: these statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. Always check with your physician before starting a new dietary supplement program.