BASED ON YOUR ANSWERS, THESE ARE THE PRODUCTS WE THINK WILL WORK BEST FOR YOU
Northern Lights isn’t just known for its ability to relax and sedate you, but also for its beautiful bright orange hairs that can be found on its lime-green leaves. The exact origin of this strain is unknown, although it resembles the Afghani and Thai strains.
Pucker up! Sour Space Candy is like the Airhead of all strains! With flavors like apple and cherry, this strain has a tart taste. A balanced earthy aroma accompanies its juicy flavor profile. Comparable to Gushers, Sour Space Candy provides a burst of flavor the more you smoke it.
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Inhaling CBD gives consumers the quickest results. That is because when you inhale CBD, it skips the digestive process involved with edibles, and goes straight from the lungs into the bloodstream.
CBD concentrates, such as wax and isolates, have the highest concentrations of cannabidiol. For each of these products, you’ll only need what seems like a minimal amount. CBD flower is not as powerful as wax or isolate, however it still delivers quick results.
Different strains of CBD flower or CBD concentrates will contain different levels of cannabidiol, so be sure to read the labels carefully to understand how strong of a product you’re inhaling.
CBD HEMP FLOWER
Our CBD hemp flower is sourced from organic hemp farms in Colorado and tested by third-party labs before we package and market it. We offer a wide variety of strains that may provide different flavors, aromas, and effects.
Dosing CBD flower is much different than dosing CBD oils, capsules, or edibles. CBD hemp flower is measured in grams, and the amount of CBD in any given flower is measured in a percentage. For example, our Hawaiian Haze strain contains ≈ ~18% CBD, while our Sour Diesel strain has ≈ 20.165% CBD.
A neat thing about inhaling CBD flower is you will feel the effects almost instantly. Rather than having to use a CBD dosage calculator, you can pack a small amount of flower into your preferred apparatus and take it one inhale at a time.
If one puff doesn’t make you feel anything after about 90 seconds, try taking another. Keep repeating this process until you feel your desired effects. Also, be sure to note the total number of puffs. This way, next time you have a session you will have a good idea of how many puffs to take from that particular strain.
Some of the most popular methods of inhaling CBD flower are:
- Pipes – These are essentially the same as tobacco pipes and are typically made of glass. A mouthpiece extends out to a bowl where the CBD flower is placed. Often times, a “carb” (a small hole) is placed near the bowl to help regulate airflow.
- Bongs – Usually crafted from glass, bongs feature a large water chamber on the bottom, an extended mouthpiece, and a removable bowl piece for the CBD flower. The removable bowl helps with airflow, much like a carb does for a pipe. Bongs offer a smoother experience than pipes (due to the water filtering the smoke), and also offer bigger hits.
- Bubblers – These are a cross between pipes and bongs. It combines the convenience and size of a pipe with the water chamber of a bong. Bubblers can also be used without water, making them a traditional pipe.
- Dry Herb Vaporizers – These chargeable vaporizers work by heating ground CBD flower in an internal chamber – a process that converts the cannabinoids and terpenes into vapor rather than smoke.
If you’re interested in trying CBD flower, our 4-gram jars are a terrific way to indulge without committing to a huge amount of product.