Why Buy CBD Flower at DirectCBD
CBD flower nugs are one of the most natural forms of CBD that can be found anywhere. DirectCBD sells 100 percent hemp flower nugs, harvested directly by our reputable farmers and manufacturers. Each flower product comes packaged either as a pre-rolled hemp cones or in jars of hemp flower that can be burned and enjoyed for maximum serenity and tranquility.
At DirectCBD, we offer several different strains of CBD flower, to give customers a variety of flavors to choose from. CBD flower “tastes” from Sunbeam CBD, Hawaiian Haze, and Sour Space each offer complex tones to please the senses. The CBD flower currently sold on our site is a full-spectrum product, meaning that it contains an array of natural cannabinoids and terpenes, which enhance the taste and experience.
CBD is legal for human consumption in a majority of the 50 states, but users should check with their local laws and municipalities to confirm.
What is CBD Flower?
CBD flower is the pure hemp bud. The flower nugs contain the most CBD of any part of the hemp plant and is the main ingredient used to produce CBD extracts. CBD flower is one of the purest forms of CBD you’ll be able to find – free from additional processing or extraction.
CBD flower is a full-spectrum product, meaning that it contains an array of terpenes and cannabinoids in addition to the CBD. Just like all of our CBD products, the hemp flower that we sell is non-psychoactive and has no more that .03% THC.
How Much is CBD Flower?
The CBD flower sold on DirectCBD is priced between $0.05 and $0.14 per gram. With a cost point that low, our CBD flower is accessible to most every budget.
What Does CBD Flower Do?
Humans have grown CBD flower for thousands of years. Historically, it has been used for everything from a fabric to teas. Today, many CBD enthusiasts use flower to help promote tranquility after a long day of work. Each strain of CBD flower also has unique flavors and aromas, and many users enjoy seeking out new strains for their flavor and aromatic profiles.
How is CBD Flower Used?
Flower doesn’t just offer one the most natural ways to consume CBD. It’s also one of the most versatile. Normally, CBD flower nugs are smoked – there are a plethora of ways to do this, including joints and pipes. DirectCBD even offers pre-roll CBD flower joints for easy use. Vaporizers are also a popular way to consume CBD flower. However, just because smoking is the traditional way to consume CBD flower doesn’t mean it’s the only one. An enterprising user can cook CBD flower into edibles, a fairly easy process to research online. That way, users don’t even need to smoke to consume CBD flower!
What Does CBD Flower Smell Like?
Just how lilacs and roses have their own distinct aromas, different strains of CBD flower have unique scents. Some of our CBD flower features bold, robust flavors like pepper or herbs. Others feature fruity or citrus tones that are instantly identifiable and easy on the palette. With that being said, some CBD flower has its own distinctive smells that defy comparison. The vigorous tones of haze, for example, is something that enterprising tasters will need to experience on their own. To experience the unique flavors that different strains of CBD flower have, give it a try.
Can You Get High from CBD Flower?
One common question that many CBD newbies and users ask is whether they can get high from CBD flower. The answer is no for nearly every, you will not get a psychoactive high. CBD is made from a family of compounds known as cannabinoids. There are more than 100 known cannabinoids, all of which are naturally found in hemp plants. On its own, CBD won’t make a user feel any type of “high.” The culprit behind the psychoactive aspects of marijuana, THC, isn’t present in any significant amounts in CBD. As a result, users can enjoy CBD flower without having to worry about getting high! All CBD products on DirectCBD have no more than .03% THC.
Is CBD Flower Legal?
“Is CBD legal?” It’s a common question among those who are new to CBD. And that’s fairly understandable. There are two answers to that question – the simple one and the complex one depending on where you live. The 2018 Farm Bill made the cultivation of hemp and the sale of CBD products federally legal across all 50 states. However, certain states have restrictions to the types of hemp products vendors can sell. For example, in South Carolina, CBD-infused edibles or drinks are illegal. As a result, vendors may only sell CBD oil. These regulations primarily affect vendors and those who sell CBD. As a user of CBD, the laws are typically less restrictive, but there could still be situations where users may face restrictions, such as some airports. All CBD products available onDirectCBD are Federally legal.