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What is CBD Hemp Flower?

A hemp flower is the unprocessed bud from the hemp plant.  A dried flower contains the full spectrum of the plant’s cannabinoids and terpenes. Consumer demand for smokable hemp flowers is increasing and entrepreneurs are rising to the occasion and producing boutiquequality flowers for the market.

To understand the differences between hemp and CBD flowers we first need some definitions. We’ll start with the cannabis Sativa plant known as hemp. There are two things you need to know about hemp.

First, it’s mainly used for industrial purposes. That’s because its fiber can make a variety of different products, from textiles to plastic. Second, it’s legal in most areas because the flowers (the things you would smoke) contain little to no THC.  THC or tetrahydrocannabinol is the psychoactive component in cannabis that provides an intoxicating, high effect. However, what it does contain are lots of other types of terpenoids and cannabinoids.

This includes popular CBD. CBD, also known as cannabidiol, provides a lot of the reported health benefits of cannabis without the high feeling. So, what’s a CBD flower? Is it the same thing as a hemp flower?

The answer: kind of. A CBD flower is one that was bred to specifically increase the percentage of CBD present. They can be hemp flowers that already contain little to no THC.

Or they can be different strains of Cannabis bred to increase the amount of CBD. Ultimately, the identifying factor between these different types of flowers is the different ratios of cannabinoids present.

As such, you should do your research and buy from a reputable seller. That way you know that the cannabinoid ratios in the plant are legitimate.

What are the CBD Benefits?

CBD has a wide range of health benefits, from promoting positive mental health to supporting joint function. It is important to note that CBD affects everyone differently, so there is no guarantee that any of these benefits will occur. Overall, CBD is safe and works with the body’s natural systems to promote a state of homeostasis and overall well-being.

A lot of the benefits from CBD come from its antiinflammatory properties. This makes it great at combating pain associated with many types of conditions.

However, it’s particularly good at treating chronic pain from cancer, arthritis, inflammatory bowel syndrome, and migraines. CBD can even lower the risk of heart disease.  These antiinflammatory effects also make it ideal for combating irritated acne. That’s why you can find so many products in lotion form. CBD has also been known to relieve intense feelings of depression and anxiety.

This makes it an ideal daily medication for people who want to reduce these symptoms without taking pharmaceutical drugs. Finally, there is growing evidence that cannabidiol can prevent some types of neurological disorders.

What to look for in CBD Bud?

Now we know what the popular cannabinoids THC and CBD are. But what about the other ones? As it stands researchers have identified 113 different cannabinoids in cannabis.  These different compounds all add their unique touch to the plant. Some, like THC, provide a high. Others, provide taste components or health benefits. Some of the more well-known cannabinoids include:

CBG, or cannabigerol

CBL, or cannabicyclol

CBC, or cannabichromene

CBDV, or cannabidivarin

CBT, or cannabicitran

CBN, or cannabinol

CBG, for example, provides much of the same health benefits as CBD. And, some that CBD doesn’t provide, like increased appetite. You can learn more about finding CBG-specific strains here.  Find a local reputable “Organic” grower with a selection of bud to choose from, for taste, variety, freshness, and an experience tailored to fit your needs.

Why Bud-D Pharms CBD Flower?

If you’re an avid CBD user, you probably already know that not all hemp is created equal.  Each variety or “strain” of the plant is developed to emphasize certain characteristics from potency and origin to aroma and color, you can choose your unique strain depending on the affects you desire. Our High-Quality, CBD Heavy Strains, Organic CBD Flower Hemp is grown at BudD Pharms 2.5-acre farmFamily/Veteran Owned and Operated.  Growing Hemp is what we do!

This year we’re adding on and growing new strains.  We will grow that strain next year?

Your choice in hemp strain matters. Whether you’re getting your daily dose of CBD from smoking hemp flower or dropping tincture under your tongue, make sure you always choose a high-quality strain from a brand you trust.

What’s your favorite strain? Get in touch and let us know!

We hope this article helped you learn the difference between hemp and CBD flowers. As you can see, the two are essentially one and the same. While hemp has wider industrial usage, it can be bred in specific strains.

The flowers from these strains can contain high amounts of CBD or CBG depending on the breeder. So where do you get these types bud? Through suppliers that you can trust, like the Bud-D Pharms.

We specialize in selling CBD and CBG retail and wholesale to a community of consumers and growers. If you want to learn more about our product, then please contact us today.