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What Exactly Is CBD Flower?

CBD flower comes from the hemp plant. Hemp is part of the cannabis family and contains very high levels of CBD (cannabidiol) and low levels of THC (delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol). People have started to enjoy CBD more for its mellow, soothing effects that keep them relaxed and very few side effects! 

People have utilized the hemp plant for thousands of years to take advantage of its many beneficial effects. However, in recent years the popularity of CBD has gone through the roof. Millions of people around the world take it daily to alleviate their worries and elevate their overall wellness. CBD is very well-tolerated with extremely rare instances of mild side effects. 

Here at Cheef Botanicals, we partner with the finest local farmers in Oregon and Colorado to produce top-shelf premium hemp flower. They use greenhouse and light-deprivation grow technologies and select only the finest buds before hand-trimming them to perfection. The best product is a clean product. That’s why these farms we source our hemp from only use organic farming methods with non-GMO crops. You can rest assured that no heavy metals or pesticides were used during the manufacturing process!

There are generally two grades of hemp flower: premium buds vs low-grade biomass industrial hemp. With Cheef Botanicals, you will always get the best premium CBD hemp flower on the market today. We guarantee the perfect customer experience possible with our high-quality hemp plants.

Smoking CBD flower is definitely the most popular way to consume it, but there are many more possibilities at your fingertips. We also use CBD extract to make full spectrum CBD oil, CBD topicals, CBD gummies, vape cartridges, and concentrates. Keep an eye out for a promo code or coupon code to get great deals on all of our products!

What Are the Best CBD Flower Strains?​

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There is no such thing as the “best” CBD flower strain. The right strain is a matter of personal opinion. There are several hemp strains with great reputations and loyal fans. These famous varieties are a great place to start but don’t rely too much on other people’s opinions or what other people experience. Learn what you love by sampling as many strains as possible. And with a wide variety of CBD flower strains to choose from, you’ll find one that satisfies your palate preferences!

Let’s introduce you to some great CBD strains that you can find available online at our Cheef Botanicals shop. We have listed them along with their CBD content. If you want proof of their potency, any heavy metal or pesticide use, you can check out the third-party Certificates of Analysis (COA) lab reports on our website. We have third-party lab tests on all of our flower to confirm our potency claims and to make sure you’re buying CBD with confidence.

Before we jump into strains, one important factor to note is that some of these strains can have THC levels above 0.3%, while some can contain less than 0.3%. One of the many ways to determine this is to examine a third-party lab test, which many reputable companies, like us, offer to consumers.

Any legitimate CBD company should offer customers access to the third-party Certificate of Analysis (COA) of each strain. Third-party COAs are the best option consumers have to verify the amounts of THC in a wide variety of flower. Always check for high THC levels and only purchase products that are legal in your area.

If you search the internet, you’ll find plenty of CBD rich hemp strains available, but which ones are the best? Every other site seems to list different strains as their “top choices,” making opinions seem bias. However, if you compare the “top CBD strain” lists of different websites, you will notice some of the same strains pop up on every list. Here is a list of some popular, well-known CBD strains that consistently appear at the top of the list.

If you’re a first time CBD hemp flower smoker, check out this list! →
There is no such thing as one “best” CBD flower strain. The right strain is a matter of personal opinion. There are several hemp strains with great reputations and loyal fans. These famous varieties are a great place to start but don’t rely too much on other people’s opinions. Learn what you love by sampling as many strains as possible.

 

Let’s introduce you to some great CBD strains that you can find at the Cheef Botanicals shop. We have listed them along with their CBD content. If you want proof of their potency, any heavy metal or pesticide use, you can check out the Certificates of Analysis (COA) lab reports on our website. We have third-party lab tests on all of our flower buds to confirm our potency claims.

Before we jump into strains, one important factor to note is that some of these strains can have THC levels above 0.3%. Any legitimate CBD company should offer customers access to the Certificate of Analysis (COA) of each strain.

COAs can be used to verify the THC content. Always check for THC levels and only purchase products that are legal in your area. If you search the internet you will find many CBD-rich strains available, but which strains are the best?

Every other site seems to list different strains as their “top choices,” making opinions seem biased. However, if you compare the “top CBD strain” lists of different websites, you will notice some of the same strains pop up on every list. Here is a list of some popular, well-known CBD strains that consistently appear at the top of the list.

Genetics: (Durban Poison + OG Kush)

Also known as “Girl Scout Cookies” and “GSC.” This strain is an Indica-dominant Hybrid with gentle, relaxing effects. As you might have guessed by the name, this strain has a sweet taste and smell akin to a baking sheet filled with freshly baked cookies. However, it also features earthy, citrusy, and umami flavors, creating a unique and complex flavor profile. The inviting flavors and aromas of this strain make it one of the most popular strains hemp smokers add to their first order with Cheef. Get yourself some Cookies to see what the fuss is about!

Genetics: (Chem Sister + Sour Dubb + Chocolate Diesel)

These buds have so many trichomes on the surface they’re almost as sticky as their namesake! Since trichomes are the richest source of cannabinoids, you can tell this strain is high quality. As an Indica-dominant Hybrid, Gorilla Glue delivers deep relaxation without the grogginess we associate with marijuana. Its earthy taste incorporates notes of coffee and chocolate for a one-of-a-kind smoking experience.

Genetics: (Hawaiian + Haze)

This strain captures the feeling of a chill day on the islands. It has a tropical scent and a fresh floral flavor. Oddly enough, this strain has rather subdued colors, mostly pale green, contrasting with its bold terpene profile and stimulating effects. A Sativa-dominant hybrid, Hawaiian Haze offers all the energy of a sunny day at the beach so that you can experience the joys of paradise for a longer time.

Genetics: (Unknown. Thought to descend from Afghani and Thai strains)

Northern Lights holds a legendary place in cannabis lore. Its mysterious origins have led to many theories, but we do know one thing: this strain is one of the most potent and relaxing CBD products in the world. It’s no wonder that Norther Lights is one of the best hemp flower money can buy. An Indica-dominant strain, Northern Lights will soothe your body and mind. It is the perfect strain to smoke before bed or whenever you need immediate physical relief.

Genetics: (Mazar + Blueberry + OG Kush)

Skywalker OG is our most potent CBD strain, boasting nearly 21% cannabidiol concentration. This strain achieves a very complex terpene profile by combining the fruity taste of the Mazar and Blueberry strains with the earthy flavor of OG Kush. Expect bright notes of citrus and woodsy pine as well. As a Sativa-dominant hybrid, it delivers clarity and calm in one delightful package that are sure to please your cannabinoid receptors.

Genetics: (Uncertain. Either Chemdawg + Skunk #1 or Chemdawg + Diesel)

Sour Diesel is another strain whose name perfectly characterizes its terpene profile. This Sativa-dominant strain has a pungent, gaseous aroma and a strong citrusy taste. Sour Diesel is one of the most popular cannabis variants in the world, renowned for its uplifting effects. The best time to consume this strain is in the morning. You can expect a slight energy boost, bringing clarity and focus without the tension and jitters associated with caffeine.

Genetics: (Grape Ape + Grapefruit + an undisclosed strain)

Candy lovers know where this one is going. Zkittles lets you taste the rainbow with a bold explosion of tropical terpene flavors. It is an Indica-dominant Hybrid, so you should expect a deep sense of relaxation. One of the great benefits of CBD is that it doesn’t create the “couch-lock” effect that comes with Indica strains of marijuana. Zkittles can help you wind down after a long day while remaining clear-headed.

Genetics: (Suver Haze #50, Early Resin Berry)

One reason why this CBD-rich strain is highly sought after is its complex cannabinoid profile. As the name suggests, Lifter is an uplifting Sativa dominant hybrid. This strain can be motivationally stimulating and may help to improve mental focus or mental clarity. Thanks to its Indica side, Lifter may also ease tension to help users relax and possibly improve sleep quality.

Lifter has a strong aroma often described as a “sweet funk” coupled with undertones of citrus and tart berry. The smoke is not as strong as the smell. Lifter will treat your taste buds to a pleasantly subtle mixture of woodsy and sweetgrass flavors.

Genetics: (Nepali indica, Thailand landris, Switzerland landris, Columbian Gold)

A cross between four strains, Harlequin is 75% Sativa and 25% Indica, making it Sativa dominant. It predates many CBD-rich strains. This strain offers a CBD to THC ratio of 5:2 with CBD content measuring between 6% and 15%. THC content can fall in between 4% and 10%.

This amount of THC may be enough to cause impairment but the CBD should counteract any THC “high”. This sativa dominate strain can ease your mind and sooth tension. It may also improve perspective and focus. Cured flowers smell musky with tropical undertones and the smoke is reminiscent of citrus and mango.

Genetics: (Cannatonic, Ruderalis)

This popular strain has earned several cannabis cup awards, thanks to its high CBD content. Typically ACDC has around 20% CBD and 0.5-1% THC. It’s 50% Indica and 50% Sativa which makes it a perfectly balanced hybrid.

Although, some people report they feel more Sativa effects rather than Indica. This explains why users feel uplifted, focused, and sociable. However, ACDC can also help you wind down, rest, and relax because it’s half Indica. The flowers smell earthy, sweet, and skunky. The smoke will envelop your taste buds with lemongrass and cherry flavor.

Genetics: (ACDC, Early Resin Berry)

Elektra is a modern CBD strain that has become quite popular among CBD enthusiasts. Elektra is sought after for its delicious aroma and taste. It boasts flavors that are reminiscent of red wine, citrus fruit, and chocolate.

Elektra flowers will usually test between 15% to 20% CBD and normally contain THC levels well below the legal limit. It’s great for those who want to enjoy using the plant and avoid any “head high”. Elektra is a Sativa dominant strain that offers users uplifting experiences along with mental clarity and motivation. Additionally, some people advocate that Elektra is a great strain for relief, relaxation, and rest when needed.

There are several other CBD flower strains and many of them are quite popular in their own right. The above 6 are just examples of popular CBD strains along with a brief description. Here are 10 other popular CBD strains, minus the descriptions.

  • Sour Space Candy
  • Cannatonic
  • Lemon Drop
  • Sour Tsunami
  • Ringo’s Gift
  • Cherry Wine
  • Bubba Kush
  • Harle-Tsu
  • Suver Haze
  • CB Dream
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Why Smoke CBD Hemp Flower?

One of the most fascinating things about the cannabis plant is the entourage effectThis term was coined in 1999 by the famous cannabis researchers Raphael Mechoulam and Shimon Ben-Shabat. It refers to the synergistic effect in which all the compounds in the hemp plant work together to provide maximize the benefits of each other. So when you experience the full range of cannabinoids, terpenoids, and flavonoids together, the benefits of CBD are much more effective.

All cannabinoids need to be “activated” via heat application, a process known as decarboxylation. This process takes the inactive acidic cannabinoids in CBD-rich hemp flower and turns them into active cannabinoids that have all the wonderful, relaxing benefits of CBD.

There is some anecdotal evidence that when you smoke CBD hemp flower, it can curb cravings for cigarettes. This is one of the top reasons why CBD flower is one of the best products to help most people who smoke cigarettes finally kick their nasty habit. Furthermore, there is also research evidence that CBD itself can help with nicotine addiction via the endocannabinoid system (ECS). 

It’s important to note that CBD flower is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease that you may or may not have. Always consult a healthcare professional before consuming any CBD product to determine if you have any underlying conditions or are taking any medications that might conflict with your consumption of any CBD product. 

The act of smoking hemp flower can be a pleasurable experience in and of itself. Some people enjoy rolling their own joints and take pride in the artful skill they develop. Many like to smoke CBD hemp flower because it delivers the pure flavor of cannabis. Other like how smoking hemp flower can help them wind down after a hard day at work. There are a wide range of reasons why people enjoy smoking hemp. It’s time you joined in on the fun, too!

For some people, the act of smoking the flower is a more social activity than simply ingesting the CBD at home alone. For example, you can step outside of a social event to smoke a CBD cigarette/hempette with a fellow cannabis enthusiast, or you can even use a water pipe like a hookah or bong to smoke the CBD with a group!

Smoking hemp flower is particularly effective, especially considering that some of the products on the market deliver over 100 milligrams of CBD per cigarette/hempette. Additionally, most CBD products require additional processing after the crop is complete, but hemp flower is ready for sale once it’s pruned and trimmed. Less processing time usually entails a lower price tag.

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Is CBD Hemp Flower Legal?

Yes, CBD and all hemp products are federally legal in the United States under the 2018 Farm Bill, also known as the Agriculture Improvement Act. This piece of legislation established clear rules differentiating CBD hemp flower from marijuana.

Any cannabis flower that comes from marijuana, no matter the THC content, is illegal (in most states). According to the DEA, marijuana is considered a schedule 1 drug. Additionally, any flower with a high THC content measuring above 0.3% is also deemed illegal no matter its source (marijuana or hemp).

Therefore, in order for CBD flower to be considered legal under federal law, it must come from the hemp plant and have a THC level no greater than 0.3%. Always make sure the hemp flower you purchase is equal to or contains less than 0.3% THC. To confirm THC content of a strain, you can always check the third-party COA. 

Here are some bullet points to help determine the legality of CBD hemp flower:

Legal CBD hemp flower:

  • Derived from hemp
  • Equal to or contains less than 0.3% THC

Illegal CBD flower:

  • Derived from marijuana
  • THC content exceeds 0.3%
  • If the THC in hemp exceeds 0.3% it is considered marijuana thus making the flowers illegal at the federal level

Yes, CBD flower from hemp is 100% legal throughout the United States. When the 2018 Farm Bill passed (December 11, 2018), it became legal for U.S. farmers to cultivate, process and sell hemp. Furthermore, this bill legalized the production and sales of a wide range of hemp CBD products nationwide. As long as the flower comes from hemp and the THC content remains at or below the 0.3% limit, it is legal within the U.S. Always ensure your hemp flower is legal by checking the third-party COA to make sure it does not exceed 0.3% THC.

How Is The CBD Flower Made?

Once the buds (flowers) reach full maturity, the next step is to harvest and process them for retail. Processing includes “curing” the buds and “trimming” them. The quality of processing can directly reflect in the end product. Therefore, premium CBD flower should always be manicured to perfection. After all, better quality buds equal more enjoyable smoke sessions. During cultivation, most growers will cure and trim down the flowers into neat little buds for the following reasons:

The curing process achieves multiple things, including the quality of the smoke, smell, flavor, and appearance of the flower buds. Before we get deeper into the benefits of curing, let’s take a look at the process itself.

What Is the Cure Process?

“Curing” involves aging the hemp buds and letting them dry slightly. It requires a high level of precision because the buds have to be dry enough to burn for smoking. However, drying the hemp for too long will cause its natural compounds to degrade so much that the flower loses most of its beneficial effects.

Professional hemp farmers dry their hemp in climate-controlled facilities. For the flower to properly cure, it needs an environment with 55-65% humidity and temperatures between 65° and 70° Fahrenheit. After the buds dry for a while, they go into a sealed environment deprived of oxygen, like a mason jar. At this point, there is still moisture locked in the center of the buds, and during the final stage, that moisture seeps throughout the flower, but not so much that it dries out.

Benefits of Curing

The most obvious benefit of drying and curing hemp flower is making it smokable. Hemp flower is very moist when it’s fresh, so you can’t light it up. You need a very specific moisture level to maintain the highest level of CBD in the final product.

Moisture attracts fungi, causing the flowers to grow moldy. The drying process protects the crop from fungal growth, ensuring that no bud goes to waste. Curing preserves the flower’s natural terpenes so that you can enjoy the rich flavor of the hemp.

Here’s how you can store your hemp products to keep them fresh for as long as possible:

  • Avoid Light Exposure: Store in the dark. A better idea is to also use a UV protective container (glass is best).
  • Avoid Prolonged Air Exposure: Keep sealed in an airtight container. Do not leave the container open for longer than necessary. Use the right container size for the amount of flower you have (not too much air space in the container is best).
  • Use Humidity Control Packs: Most consumers can find these online or at their local home store.
  • Avoid Harsh Humidity Levels: Store in areas with moderate humidity.
  • Avoid Heat: Store in a cool area. Avoid hot storage spaces like a hot car, near a heater, etc.

1) They look better.

This is simply for aesthetic purposes. Known as “bag appeal,” people often associate quality cannabis products with nicely trimmed or pruned buds.

2) They are easier to smoke.

The various leaves that sprout from the flowers/buds are considerably harsher on the throat and lungs, so trimming/pruning this extra plant matter will make the hemp “smoother” to smoke.

3) There is a higher concentration of phytocannabinoids/terpenoids.

If you look closely at a hemp bud, you’ll see tiny crystal hairs peppered all over the surface. These are known as trichomes, and they are filled with all the beneficial phytocannabinoids and terpenoids. These trichomes are much more concentrated in the flowering sections of the plant than anywhere else. Therefore, clipping all excess plant material from the bud will increase its overall concentration of trichomes.

4) They smell better.

The leaves of the plant don’t hold many terpenes. Therefore, they smell and taste like plant material (grassy or hay flavor). Consequently, the leaves will degrade the overall smell or “nose” of premium CBD flower. When you trim away the sugar leaves from the flower, it allows the full aroma of the bud to prevail.

Once these hemp buds are manicured and dried, they are ready to be smoked! You can do this in any number of ways, including:

  • Pipes: Regular tobacco pipes won’t work with hemp flower. Get a cannabis pipe with a carb (a small hole on the side that you can cover to control oxygen flow through the pipe). Cannabis pipes are almost always made of glass and come in an astounding array of artistic designs.
  • Water pipes: Water pipes include bubblers, bongs, and hookahs. They work just like a regular pipe, except that they have a chamber filled with water, which filters and cools the smoke to make it less harsh on your lungs.
  • Rolling papers: You can use rolling papers or blunt wraps to roll your own hemp joints/cigarettes/cigars. Alternatively, you can purchase CBD pre-rolls, which allow you to smoke right away without the hassle of rolling your own. However, many people enjoy the art of joint rolling and take pride in developing that skill.
  • Vaporizers: When you think of a vape, you probably come up with an image of a cartridge filled with juice attached to a battery. However, another kind of vape – the herbal vaporizer – converts ground hemp flower into a smooth vapor.

Each of these methods has its own devotees. There is no such thing as the “best” way to consume hemp flower. It all comes down to your preferences, like whether you enjoy the taste of smoke or vapor. If you need something portable and easy to share, look for a vape or rolling parchment paper.

Pre-rolls are the most convenient way to enjoy CBD flower, since they save time and fit in your pocket or purse for easy portability. These are not “joints” in the traditional sense because they do not contain high levels of THC. However, many people refer to them as “CBD joints” because of the familiar look and smoking experience. Less common terms for CBD pre-rolls include “hemp cigarettes” and “hempettes.”

If you want to get top-shelf CBD hemp flower, you need to know what to look for and what to avoid. We’ve put together a simple guide for you right here.

Signs of High-Quality CBD Hemp Flower

  • Bright colors
  • Strong aroma thanks to the rich terpene content
  • Slightly sticky buds
  • Lots of trichomes (looks like white fuzz)
  • No seeds, stems, or leaves

Signs of Low Quality CBD Hemp Flower

  • Faded colors, shades of brown and yellow
  • No smell or a moldy smell
  • Dry buds
  • Not dense – lots of air pockets in the buds
  • Seeds, stems, or leaves left on the flower

CBD Flower FAQs

Once the buds (flowers) reach full maturity, the next step is to harvest and process them for retail. Processing includes “curing” the buds and “trimming” them. The quality of processing can directly reflect in the end product. Therefore, premium CBD flower should always be manicured to perfection. After all, better quality buds equal more enjoyable smoke sessions. During cultivation, most growers will cure and trim down the flowers into neat little buds for the following reasons:

Smoking and vaping are the fastest ways to get the effects of CBD because it quickly crosses the blood-brain barrier from your lungs and bypasses the digestive system. The effects usually kick in within the first minute. Some people feel them immediately! If you need rapid relief, CBD flower is the perfect product for you.

Because hemp is a cannabis plant, the aromas of the hemp buds are extremely similar to the robust scent of marijuana. In fact, the smell of CBD hemp flower can be used as an indicator to gauge its quality and distinguish two strains from one another. Different hemp strains will have unique smells!

Premium hemp flower should smell strong and flavorful, it’s usually a positive indication of a quality product. Although there are some quality CBD strains with less aroma and flavor for those who prefer a mild smoke.

Buyers should be aware of and avoid flowers that smell like grass or hay. It is also a good idea to stay away from CBD flowers that lack smell. These poor characteristics can serve as indicators of low-grade or outdated CBD products.

Both marijuana and hemp flower strains boast aromas that are very pungent due to the numerous terpenes involved in the plant. Like the many other properties of the plant, terpenes are highly concentrated in the flowering sections of the plant.

Smelling buds can also help verify what hemp strain it is. Each strain of flower has a specific ratio of these terpenes which gives every strain its own specific scent. Researchers estimate that there are over 200 different terpenes contained in the hemp plant, each with their own unique aroma. Here are 10 of the most common (or dominant) terpenes found in hemp strains along with their correlating scents:

  • Myrcene (earthy, spicy, peppery)
  • Terpinolene (piney, herbal, floral)
  • Geraniol (sweet, rose)
  • Limonene (lemon, grapefruit, tangerine)
  • Linalool (sweet, orange, lavender)
  • Beta-Caryophyllene (cloves, cinnamon, black pepper)
  • Alpha-Pinene (piney, fresh, earthy)
  • Eucalyptol (eucalyptus, fresh, minty)
  • Trans-nerolidol (woody, citrus, floral)
  • Alpha-Humulene (hoppy, woody, spicy)

As you can see each terpene has its own complex identity. Besides smelling amazing these terpenes may also help to elevate the synergistic effects of certain cannabinoids like CBD. Some researchers also believe that terpenes can be used therapeutically, similar to aromatherapy.

Yes, CBD is well-tolerated by the vast majority of consumers and does not produce any mind-altering effects. There has never been a reported instance of a CBD overdose, and this compound is not addictive. A 2011 study found that a healthy person can take up to 1.5 grams (or 1,500 milligrams) in a single day without serious side effects to their overall health. A potentially toxic dose of CBD, if taken quickly, is approximately 20 grams (or 20,000 milligrams).

CBD does present a few mild side effects. However, adverse effects are very rare, and you should not experience any adverse reaction if you stick to the proper dose. If you do experience these rare cases of unwanted side effects, you can just sleep them off. 

Potential side effects may include:

  • Drowsiness
  • Lightheadedness
  • Dry mouth and increased thirst
  • Mild stomach upset

For people trying CBD flower for the first time, we recommend starting with a lower amount, then gradually increasing the dosage to limit side effects from occurring. You can also consult health care or medical professionals for more advice about the side effects.

We know that hemp flower won’t get you high but what happens if you take a drug test after smoking some? Will the CBD or THC content cause you to test positive or false positive?

Remember, CBD hemp flowers have very high concentrations of CBD (cannabidiol) and extremely low concentrations of THC. The standard drug test is designed to search for THC and THC metabolites, not CBD. So it is not the CBD content we need to worry about causing a positive or false positive drug test, but rather the THC.

Since the THC concentration level of hemp cannot exceed 0.3%, it is highly unlikely that you will test positive after a couple of uses. However, if you use hemp flower often, daily, or in large amounts, it is possible (but still unlikely) to fail a drug test due to the buildup of higher amounts of THC in your system. 

So how long can THC remain in the human body? It depends on the flower’s THC content and how often or heavily you smoke. THC is considered a lipid base chemical which means it gets stored in your fat cells. Lipid base chemicals take much longer to eliminate than water-based chemicals such as alcohol.

This makes THC levels susceptible to buildup. If you smoke hemp flower often or in large amounts, the THC level can accumulate over time. For frequent consumers, this means that eventually, the accumulation of THC could be enough to test positive.

You can smoke CBD flower as often as you like! We actually recommend taking some form of CBD at least once a day so that it can build up in your system. CBD is lipophilic, meaning some of it gets absorbed into your body fat and stored. When you work up a strong supply of CBD in your system, you can sustain the beneficial effects for longer. Just remember to hydrate for dry mouth!

Hemp flower typically comes in grams, 1/8 ounce packages (a.k.a “eighths”), and 1/4 ounce packages(a.k.a. “quarters”). The price of hemp flower can vary depending on many factors, including:

  • The strain
  • The quality
  • Where was it grown?
  • Is it outdoor or greenhouse?
  • The time of year

Each of these factors can affect the overall price of flower. For example, prices of cannabis have been known to adjust throughout the year (decreasing during harvest season and increasing during dry seasons).

Most hemp is grown outdoors, and therefore, it is only harvested once a year. Every year all outdoor crops hit the market around the same time, and when they do, prices drop. When the market starts to dry up in the summer months, the prices tend to rise.

As stated earlier, hemp flowers fall into two categories: biomass and premium grade flower. If you plan on buying CBD hemp flower, we suggest only purchasing premium-grade flowers. Premium hemp flowers are crafted with extreme care and detail. They must pass physical and visual inspections and contain no contaminants. This should be verified by a third party who provides a COA.

The flower that does not pass quality control becomes biomass. Biomass flower is low grade, and it is not intended for smoking. It usually goes through some type of filtration process to eliminate any contaminants. Once purified, what remains gets turned into CBD products like those sold on our website. However, consumers beware because some shady companies package up biomass flower and label it as premium grade flower. It pays to know the difference, so here are some pointers to help guide you.

Premium Grade Hemp Flower (high-grade):

  • Smells strong
  • Smells like terpenes
  • Hand-trimmed
  • Nice size buds
  • Little to no shake
  • Greenhouse or Indoor
  • Minimal leaf
  • Equal to or less than 0.3 Delta 9 THC (THC)

Biomass Hemp Flower (low-grade):

  • Mild smell
  • Low/no terpenes
  • Smells like hay or grass clippings
  • Minimal trim/Machine trimmed (no hand trim)
  • Small/popcorn buds
  • Includes shake
  • Outdoor
  • Very leafy

Our CBD flower is always premium grade with competitive pricing. Although wholesale prices may fluctuate throughout the year, the average consumer price remains the same. But we know that most people prefer a good deal on flower, along with other hemp-derived products like edibles and vape carts. So we give them the best deal we can manage at an affordable price.

If you search the internet for hemp flower you can find premium strains selling between 9 and 15 dollars a gram. Eighths (⅛ of an ounce) of primo hemp flower typically sell between 25 to 45 dollars, and quarters (¼ of an ounce) generally fall within the 40 and 60 dollar range. If you find hemp for much less than these minimal values, it could be biomass disguised as premium flower. 

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