Is Smoking Hemp Flower A Good Way To Consume CBD?

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CBD is one of the most therapeutic parts of Cannabis

When most people think of cannabis, the first thing that comes to mind is the psychoactive high from marijuana strains. For those who prefer to smoke their medicine, smoking hemp flower can also be a good option. Not everyone wants to smoke cannabis for the psychoactive effects. In this article, we will discuss the many cannabis strains high in CBD and low in THC.

Many people don’t know the difference between marijuana and hemp plants. It can be confusing because both marijuana and hemp have been used interchangeably in culture. Both marijuana and hemp are only recently becoming legalized and accepted around the world. 

The difference between hemp and cannabis plants is that hemp plants produce more CBD whereas cannabis plants produce more THC. 

High CBD strains of cannabis have many medicinal benefits. Recently, CBD has become such a buzz word when it comes to choosing cannabis for many medicinal treatments. With so many different CBD strains to choose from, we’ve done the research on some of the top CBD strains. We will narrow down some of the good quality high CBD strains you can find. 

Why Do People Smoke High CBD Strains Of Cannabis?

Normally, people smoke CBD for an immediate effect. For example, to ease anxiety immediately before an exam or a big presentation. CBD products come packaged as an e-liquid. Consumers inhale the e-liquids with a vaporizer. However, CBD ‘edibles’ and oil are the most popular ways to consume this cannabinoid. 

The most common use of CBD is to alleviate chronic pain and reduce the reliance on medication. Scientific Research Labs in Israel first started the study on pain phenomena. Later on, Spain and the US followed the research. With all the clinical research out there was one thing that was clear: CBD sure does act as a painkiller for chronic pain.

Studies have shown that CBD can also be a good treatment option for people suffering from anxiety and stress. High THC-containing strains of cannabis could bring about feelings of paranoia. You can use high-CBD strains to help with PTSD, panic disorder, OCD and general anxiety disorder. 

The Effects Of Smoking Low-THC, High-CBD Cannabis

Cannabis farmers have been focused on producing cannabis strains with the highest THC content possible. This is because the higher the THC content in the strain, the more stoned you will be from consuming it. Now, people aren’t using cannabis just to get stoned. CBD is one of the most therapeutic, healing parts of the plant. Growers are now producing more high-CBD cannabis.

While CBD won’t get you stoned, it provides you with a sense of peace and well being. After smoking CBD cannabis, there will be a change in mood, just not a drastic one that either has you talking a mile a minute or locked to the couch. The feeling is cerebral and one of well being. The low-THC strains of cannabis make you feel comfortable in your own skin and have the healing benefits of whole plant medication.

CBD can help you quit smoking cigarettes, manage chronic pain, acne, Crohn’s Disease, Fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis, insomnia and a whole lot more.

In A Nutshell…

Here’s a tip for choosing the right strain for you: The high THC strain gets you really high, while the hemp CBD strain doesn’t get you high at all. The strain that has a little THC and a lot of CBD will have you feeling comfortable enough without altering your state of mind to an extreme.

So, Is Smoking Hemp Flower A Good Way To Consume CBD?

It depends on you! Nordic Oil currently offers eight different types of CBD products which can be categorized into four different ways of taking CBD: sublingual, edibles, inhalation and topical. Choosing your preferred depends on your health/wellness goals; your preferences towards oils, pills, smoke and creams; and how your body reacts to CBD, which every person reacts differently. Click here to read more about choosing the right method of taking CBD for you.

Published by Alyssha

Alyssha Bal is the editor of Nordic Oil’s blog and wiki page. She’s a Philadelphia native who has a keen interest in alternative and natural medicine, especially the use of cannabis for healing. It is for this reason that she is passionate about helping to spread accurate information about the benefits of cannabis. She reports and educates about cannabis as it relates to policy, politics, science, and culture. Her goal is to be a contributor to a safe, fair, and legal cannabis industry. When she is not writing, Alyssha likes to travel, try new food, and spend time with her husband and Maltese. Currently, she lives in Munich

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