With the popularity of CBD flower continuing to skyrocket, we figured it’s important that we clarify some things that have been leaving many consumers feeling a bit disoriented.
That said, this week we tackled one of the biggest questions concerning CBD flower: Is it indica or sativa? Also, what truly makes a hemp bud good or bad? And is smoking hemp buds even legal in your state? All that and more in this week’s Recreational CBD Weekly Review and Newsletter.
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When it comes to classifying cannabis varieties, there’s a huge amount of confusion and misinformation flying around. As the popularity of cannabis in all its many forms continues to grow, it’s becoming more and more important for labels to be accurate in order for people to know what they are consuming.
In this article, we will be looking at the Sativa/Indica distinction and its relevance to hemp flower. As is often the case when discussing cannabis, thanks to advances in scientific research, things can get confusing rather quickly, so we’ll try to lay it out as clearly as possible.
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There are so many variables to look at when it comes to judging the quality of hemp flower. Just like with regular cannabis with high levels of THC, growing a premium product is no easy feat. And now with so many new growers turning to smokable hemp flower, being able to recognize good bud from bad is essential to an enjoyable experience.
In order to avoid confusion with psychoactive THC-rich cannabis, many states have expressed interest in banning smokable hemp flower, while some have gone further and actually enacted bans. To help make sure your use of hemp is within the law, this article will explain what each state’s stance on smokable hemp flower currently is.
These days, most cannabis is specially cultivated to contain high amounts of THC but only minimal amounts of CBD to ensure that it’s super-potent. The good news is, there are strains grown specially for beginners who want more mild effects – although they might be a bit harder to come by.
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