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CBD Flower Review
While the cannabidiol industry is centered around CBD oil and other common methods of delivery, many are beginning to see the immense benefits that CBD Flower offers in a smokable form. There are two species of the cannabis plant, and hemp is one that is finally getting the attention it deserves. Like marijuana, it has a whole slew of cannabinoids that offer many benefits. However, the difference between the two species is that marijuana contains a high amount of Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and a low amount of Cannabidiol (CBD).
Tetrahydrocannabinol, or better known as THC, is the cannabinoid within the plant that causes the psychoactive effects. In other words, it's the part of the plant that gets you high. However, hemp contains a high amount of CBD and a low amount of THC. This is the perfect solution for people that want to gain all of the benefits that the cannabis plant offers, without the worry or feeling of getting high. In other words, you will not get high from smoking CBD hemp flower.
One may wonder, if there isn't a 'high' involved, then what does smoking hemp feel like? It's a feeling of total relaxation as if your body got high but your mind did not. You are still in the right state of mind, you have complete control, and your mind (head) is not affected at all by any of the THC due to there being such a low amount (only trace amounts) of THC. What you do experience is a sense of calm, relaxation, and suddenly you aren't as stressed, the anxiety seems to have melted away, and the pain has been reduced or even eliminated.
There is a lot that surrounds the interest and enjoyment of smoking CBD Flower, and if you're curious yourself, we've got a solid selection of some of the finest CBD Flower in the world in this collection. Our CBD-Rich Hemp Flower has some of the highest CBD percentages, the highest cannabinoid percentages, and some of the rarest terpenes. It contains less than 0.3% THC as required by law, and is legal in the United States under the 2018 Farm Bill. The bill was packaged with the title of 'the Agricultural Improvement Act of 2018', which was signed into law by President Trump on December 20, 2018.