10 Answers to Your Questions About CBD Flower

By Mitch Rice

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Popularity of the CBD flower is on the rise as more people realize its therapeutic benefits. The buds can be effective in treating different health problems and providing long-lasting results. Compounds responsible for the medicinal value are cannabinoids and terpenes, available in significant concentrations.

However, new users still have doubts about its use and effectiveness. This is because the CBD market is flooded with many untrustworthy vendors, making it difficult to acquire top-notch products. That is why it’s important to purchase your CBD flower from reputable brands.

To clear up the uncertainty that most users have, here is a list of most asked questions and their answers.

1.   Can CBD Flower Get You High?

No at all. CBD flowers contain a low THC percentage – the psychoactive compound that gets you ‘high’. Therefore, there is no intoxication, and you will only get pain relief and relaxation. It works with the endocannabinoid system to relieve pain, moderate your appetite and sleep.

2.   Can You Fail a Drug Test after Using CBD Flower?

Because CBD is closely related to THC, which is still illegal in many states, you want to be certain it won’t make you fail the drug test. Most individuals avoid CBD flower because of the strict drug test policies in different workplaces, although they would love to use hemp buds.

The good thing about CBD flower is that it might not make you fail a drug test.  Even though they contain both THC, it’s in negligible amounts. So, if the drug test only checks THC in the urine, you may pass the test. However, the results can be influenced by the quantity of CBD flowers you take, your body chemistry, and the CBD source.

3.   Is CBD Flower Safe?

The most common way of consuming CBD flowers is through smoking. Most people turn to smoking CBD flowers to help them quit cigarette smoking addiction. Furthermore, the flowers only have mild side effects with no proven long-term effects.

4.   Can I Smoke a CBD Flower?

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Yes, you can vape a CBD flower provided it’s from a reputable brand. Users prefer this method because it’s a fast way to deliver CBD into the bloodstream.

The flowers can be vaped using vape pens or smoked in a bong. Most users prefer using e-cigarettes because they allow the user to control the vaping temperatures to prevent the combustion of CBD flower contents and release of harmful substances.

5.   How Do You Feel After Taking CBD Flowers?

Although CBD buds won’t get you high, they may induce a whole body relaxation, allowing you to relax after a long day’s work. But the results depend on the strain consumed and the quantity of CBD in the product.

6.   What Does CBD Flower Taste or Smell Like?

CBD flowers have an earthy smell, same as other cannabis strains from Black Rabbit. They offer an intense aroma and flavor due to the flavonoids and terpenes present.

Concentration of these compounds depends on the preservation process. The aroma’s intensity when vaping results from the diffusion process.

7.   Is CBD Flower Legal?

Yes. CBD flowers are authorized in all 50 nations in the US. The law permits the use of raw CBD hemp buds with up to 0.3% THC content.

The 2018 Farm Act legalizes cultivation and use of hemp derived CBD at the federal level. On the other hand, marijuana, with a higher THC content, and any of its products remains under the list of substances controlled by the DEA.

(Question: Should the law above be about the US or specific to Canada?) Assume its the US unless the article title specifies, Canada

8.   How Much Can CBD Flower Cost Me?

The price of CBD flowers varies depending on factors like their quality, potency, region, and the vendor. However, they could be cheaper than THC flowers. You can take advantage of the online stores as they offer good deals and discounts.

9.   How Does a CBD Flower Differ From Marijuana Flower?

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These two plants are cannabis subspecies, and they all contain THC, CBD and over a hundred  cannabinoids.

The significant difference between the two plants is the THC concentration in them. The marijuana flower has abundant THC responsible for the high effect, while CBD flowers have  insignificant THC to get you high.

10.                     How Do I Consume a CBD Flower?

CBD flowers can be processed and incorporated into various forms such as; edibles, CBD oil gels, gummies, and e-juices.

CBD is lipid soluble and so it can be  blended with butter or coconut oil and put in tinctures for faster absorption. You can also vape the flower, to enjoy a fast response.

Conclusion

If you are a newbie, this guide comes handy in getting you started in the industry. These top ten questions cover some of the things that may be bothering you. With everything in mind, you can go ahead to enjoy smoking your CBD flower.

Just make sure to start by getting a premium CBD flower from a reputable brand for maximum effects. You can achieve this by taking your time to research about the seller and their products before placing an order.

References

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2689518/

https://blogs.iu.edu/healthmed/the-reason-behind-the-growing-popularity-of-cbd-flowers/

https://cbdtesters.co/2018/12/17/2018-farm-bill/