RAW HEMP FLOWER
We sell premium hemp flower wholesale in the following measures:
½ pound | 1 pound
What are Hemp Buds?
Hemp buds are the flowers produced by the hemp plant.
Hemp is part of the Cannabis sativa family. It contains very little THC and a significant amount of CBD. CBD, which is short for cannabidiol, is another cannabinoid that offers many of the benefits of THC.
We offer a wide array of strains of hemp flower that has been gently harvested, dried, and trimmed.
US Hemp and Oil only sells hemp flower grown in the United States under the USHA and FDA strict guidelines which reduces the risk of pesticide and toxin exposure.
What You Need to Know ...
Now that you know more about hemp buds, let's get into what you need to know before you start smoking them.
Listed below are some of the benefits of smoking hemp buds, as well as tips on how to get the most out of the experience:
The Entourage Effect
There are lots of CBD products on the market these days. In fact, the CBD market, as a whole, is expected to reach a $22 billion valuation by the year 2022. Some of the most popular products are things like CBD oils and CBD capsules. These products can be great for some people, but they often only contain isolated CBD. When you consume CBD in this way, you miss out on a lot of the benefits that the hemp plant has to offer. When you smoke hemp buds, you get to enjoy the benefits of CBD. In many cases, the benefits of CBD are also heightened by the presence of other cannabinoids. All of the cannabinoids in the hemp plant, along with the terpenes, flavonoids, and other plant compounds, work together to provide the consumer with a better experience and greater outcomes. This is known as the entourage effect. CBD isolate works well in a lot of cases, but it appears to be much better when it's combined with all the other plant compounds.
When you smoke hemp buds (or other cannabis products), you'll experience the effects much faster than if you were to consume a hemp oil or edible. This is because smoking allows CBD and other cannabinoids to reach the bloodstream faster. When you consume products orally, you have to wait for them to pass through the digestive tract before they can take effect. You tend to lose some of the potency along the way when you take this approach, too.
No, You Won't Feel "High"
Many people associate smoking any kind of cannabis product with getting high. If you're smoking high-CBD hemp buds, though, you're not going to experience any mind-altering effects.You'll feel the benefits of the CBD, but the concentration of THC is these products is way too low for you to get high.
Heat Before Consuming
In order to experience the benefits of CBD and other cannabinoids, you need to make sure the product is fully heated before you try to smoke it. This activates the CBD and other cannabinoids and ensures that your body can absorb them in an efficient way.
Dosing hemp buds can be trickier than dosing other CBD products. Because of this, it's best to start with a small amount and then work your way up. Remember, you can always add more if you don't notice any effects.
Taking this approach saves you from consuming more than you need. It also prevents you from burning (literally) through all of your product.
Believe it or not, there is a right way to inhale when smoking hemp buds. It's best to inhale slowly and deeply.
Think about filling your lungs about two-thirds of the way full of smoke. This allows you to take in more of the cannabinoids and ensure you're using the hemp buds in the most efficient way. Be sure to wait for a few minutes in between inhales, too. That way, you won't overdo it and you'll get the most out of your supply.
Use High-Quality Hemp Buds
In order to see the greatest outcomes from smoking hemp buds, it's important to make sure you're smoking a high-quality product. It's not always easy to tell if you're getting high-quality hemp buds or other CBD products, so you need to know what to look for. Some qualities to watch out for include: Use hemp that is organically grown to reduce the risk of pesticide exposure. Learn about the farm where the hemp is grown -- ideally, it'll be located in the U.S. to further reduce the risk of pesticide and toxin exposure.
Choose products that contain a significant concentration of CBD -- the higher the concentration, the greater the effects will be Look for a terpene-rich product to enhance the entourage effect. If you find a company that meets all these requirements, there's a good chance they're selling safe, effective hemp products that will help you see the benefits you're looking for.