CBD buds are, for once, a nice byproduct of legislation. With the passage of the Farm Bill of 2018, hemp and hemp-derived products are now federally legal; very welcome legislation that revives and supports an industry that can significantly contribute to our economy.
Revives? Yes, hemp was an important industry, which goes back to the British Empire, when hemp used for ropes, sails, and other products to support the once expanding empire. It is said that the Declaration of Independence was written on hemp paper.
History and rumors aside, Congress revived this once great industry to stimulate growth in farming hemp and investments in derivative industries. Industries like, textiles, paper products, bio-plastics, bio-fuel, and of course CBD oil.
Hemp Extracted CBD Oil
Hemp-extracted CBD oil allowed CBD to be ingested by people that would never think about consuming cannabis/hemp. With such little THC, it is almost impossible to get high. Furthermore, CBD isolates are used by certain brands for specific reasons, such as fear of not passing a drug test. If you are interested in that, we have Zero THC products in the store here.
Extracting CBD oil from hemp gave manufacturers the flexibility to infuse it in CBD drops, gummies, liposomes, cream, dog treats, vapes, and vape juice. Doing so expanded the user base even more, and with so much anecdotal evidence, the CBD industry has really taken off.
Smoking CBD is different than vaping it. You can certainly get a dry herb vaporizer, but they do come with a price tag. That said, CBD buds and hemp flower are becoming very popular. There are many strains that are being produced for different reasons, but they all have one thing in common: high amounts of CBD.
One experience that users report is the “entourage effect.” The entourage effect is a sort of “buzz” you get when all the cannabinoids work together in your system. CBD extractions do not have this effect, or it is severely down-played through the extraction process. There is, however, good vapes that simulate that feeling, like this CBD vape cartridge.
Lit Pharma is a new and growing brand with great taste – at least with the strains that they choose. They don’t have a vast collection of products, which we like, because that means that they are focused on delivering quality – and recent reviews of them agree with that.
As of the writing of this article (5/27/2020), Lit Pharma chose 3 strains, each with a different percentage of CBD and effects. Hawaiian Haze, Sour Space Candy, and Elektra can be seen below. Click the product picture for more details:
CBD For The People (FTP)
Named Wine-Widow, this CBD bud strain has a whopping 27% of CBD. Of course, it comes with the attention to quality that FTP fans are used to. This particular hemp flower product come in buds, pre-rolls, or tea – check them out below:
CBD Axis is an impressive CBD buds company. You can tell by the variety of their products and strains that they know what customers want. We like the fact that they have developed close relationships with different farms and growers, ensuring the quality of their hemp flower.
Their CBD buds are expertly made and tailored to the hemp flower smoker connoisseur. They provide pre-rolls, rolling kits, trimmed flower nugs, infused buds, and even premium greenhouse strains. Choose from a variety of strains, but check out some of their products below:
The Best CBD Buds | CBD Online Store
As always, great care was taken to select the brands in our store. A culture of transparency and customer focus are just a few factors that we look for when onboarding a new CBD brand. Regular testing of all batches is another determinant that most serious CBD companies will do to ensure transparency, so that is a requirement. All COAs are found in the product descriptions.