There is legal CBD flower for sale in all 50 states since the passing of the farm bill in 2018. The bill included a provision to legalize hemp. Although a part of the cannabis family, the hemp flower is not psychoactive. CBD can be extracted out of this plant to include in many hemp products you see on the market today. These products are sold in many forms, such as gummies, topical and ingestible CBD oil, pet treats, edibles, and more.

Legal CBD Flower for Sale vs. THC

There is a common misconception that cannabis and CBD flower are the same. There is a major difference, though. The composition of the plant opens up the use of hemp flower, a/k/a hemp buds, to a larger audience. Legal CBD flower for sale is not the same as Cannabis. The Cannabis plant contains large levels of THC which is the cause of the psychoactive effects (the “high)Hemp flower, however, must legally contain less than a 0.3% level of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). In fact, the plants grown by Carolinabis contain 0% THC, which means there is no chance of unwanted side effects

Buying Hemp Flower

When buying hemp flower or hemp buds for smoking there are several things to consider. All hemp plants are not the same. You will want to make sure you are purchasing your buds from a trusted source. Plants must be lab tested and the farm must comply with the high standards set by the state in order to make products that are safe and healthy.

Carolinabis Company takes growing seriously. We grow all hemp hydroponically, in an indoor, controlled environment. Because we grow our flower buds indoors, we do not use pesticides. Hydroponic farming uses closed systems and recycles the water not used by the plants. Our plants are grown in porous clay stones. After each harvest these clay stones are destroyed. We always plant in new stones to eliminate any mold or bacterial contamination to ensure the safest hemp products.

Hemp Flower Strains

There are many hemp strains and each has its unique characteristics. Typically, when you buy hemp you are looking for a higher level of CBD, which has shown benefits in many studies related to pain relief, anxiety. depression, sleep aid, and many more areas. Smoking the hemp flower is a popular way to curb or completely stop smoking nicotine cigarettes.

Look through our online store to discover the options available…from pre-rolls to edibles…Carolinabis has the reliable products you need. Our focus is on providing CBD options that will lead to a healthier and happier quality of life.

Our strains include:

Hawaiian Haze

CBDA = 21.43% CBD = 19.09% THC = 0%

With notes of tropical flowers, citrus and a bit of sour, it’s the uplifting yet relaxing smoke you need for today’s stressful life. This sticky flower is a great daytime smoke as it is Zen-like yet does not make you sluggish. The buds are typically large in size and medium density. The terpene profile of beta-caryophyllene and humulene give it the tropical aromas of your much-needed island vacation. Growing these beauties indoors hydroponically gives them the perfect environment to show their stuff.

Suver Haze

CBDA = 17.18% CBD = 15.29%THC = 0%

One of the super hemp strains, Suver Haze is a great daytime or night-time smoke. Body relaxation, but with a clear-thinking head. The sour green apple and tropical fruity aroma and flavor are lovely. The buds are dense and typically larger than other hemp strains. The terpene profile of Farsene and Beta caryophyllene make for an aromatic and very smooth smoking experience.


SH50 and ERB CBDA = 18.91% CBD = 16.92% THC = 0%

This frosty, trichome covered hemp flower is the “Lifter” you may need to achieve a better sense of well-being. These dense buds are sweet-smelling with a hint of fuel for the aroma connoisseur. The aroma might take you back to younger years and stress-free times. The flavor is also reminiscent with sweet funky and diesel notes. The perfect indoor hydroponic environment makes them grow very large and dense. Slow drying and curing add to the full spectrum of enjoyment for this flower.

In the hemp industry there are many choices to buy CBD flower and buds. Remember, if you are looking for premium quality, indoor, hydroponically-grown product is your first choice.

When searching for hemp flower for sale you want to be sure that you are purchasing only top-quality products. With the trend toward using the hemp flower to treat many symptoms, there are many sellers that are not reputable. One must research the source of the product, the growing conditions, whether the seller submits to state testing laws and more. The hemp industry is growing quickly and hemp buds and other by-products of the hemp plant are becoming popular with the general population. That makes it even more important to purchase from a grower who complies with all regulations and farms responsibly.

What are the Uses for the Hemp Flower?

Hemp flowers are used by many to treat anxiety, chronic pain and for help with stopping smoking – but the source is critical. There are hemp laws with which growers must comply. When growing hemp, it is important to have crops lab-tested to ensure quality and reliability. The hemp flower for sale must contain no more than 0.3% THC – which must be determined by having the crop tested in a lab. The hemp plant has a different chemical content than the other variety of the cannabis family, marijuana. Marijuana contains a higher amount of THC and is psychoactive. The hemp plant provides a flower that offers CBD benefits without the effects of THC.

At Carolinabis We Offer A Variety of Strains – All Top-Quality

If you choose to smoke a product of the hemp plant, you need to ensure that you have a quality product from a responsible grower. At Carolinabis, all of our products are:

  • Lab-tested
  • Contain 0% THC – therefore you receive only the benefits of CBD
  • Grown indoors – hydroponically, with no pesticides
  • Hand-trimmed to remove leaves that can make the flower taste bitter
  • Safe – because our plants are grown in porous clay stones that are destroyed after each harvest

Information for First-time Buyers of Hemp Flowers

We offer the hemp flower in several forms, so that you may choose the one with which you are most comfortable. Since our 3 strains have ZERO percent THC content, you have no worries about any psychoactive effects.

You may choose Kief (resinous trichomes of all 3 strains – with a higher CBD content). This higher CBD content provides higher percentages of anti-inflammatory properties, which benefit the body and help relieve stress.

Our pre-rolls offer an easy way to derive the benefits while enjoying the flavor and aroma of the flower. Since they look and feel like a cigarette, many use this method to help curb or stop smoking nicotine cigarettes.

The flower of each strain is available to use for smoking and the links below will explain the characteristics of each.

Edibles are another choice and we offer sugar cookies for those who prefer this option. By ingesting the CBD there is naturally a prolonged benefit, since the food must pass through the digestive system.

Choose Your Favorite Hemp Flower for Sale at Carolinabis

It is always preferable to purchase your hemp flowers directly from the growers. This provides peace of mind because you can check the background, growing conditions and attention to quality of the grower. We are proud that we use organic techniques when growing hemp to ensure purity and safety.

We offer three strains of hemp flowers – each with their own character.

Choose from Suver HazeHawaiian Haze or Lifter.

Hemp flower and CBD have come into the mainstream as a new, preferred treatment for many illnesses both temporary and chronic. To better understand this new treatment, we have to understand that it’s really not new.

Growing hemp and harvesting the cannabis plant for medicinal purposes started over 8,000 years ago. Archeologists have found references to cannabis being used as a healer and a helper on the walls of Pharaohs’ tombs.

Marijuana, cannabis, and hemp products all come from plants in the cannabis family. The hemp flower is the source of all the hemp products with which you may be familiar.

The differences rely upon the psychoactive compounds found in the cannabis flower and their levels of THC. Cannabinoids make the science happen. Tetrahydrocannabinol also known as THC is the chemical in the flower buds that produces the psychoactive effects of getting “high.” The THC content within a hemp flower directly determines if that crop of plants is federally legal. Different states have different laws defining what is the legal THC content allowed in hemp plant cultivation.

In North Carolina, where we’re based, hemp farmers must produce a hemp crop with levels of THC below 0.03%. Perhaps you’ll be pleased to know that with THC levels that low, it is biologically impossible for someone to experience any psychoactive effects. Hemp growers are regularly audited by the government to ensure this very small percentage is maintained. At Carolinabis, we are proud that our hemp flowers contain 0% THC. Therefore, they cannot produce any unwanted side effects. We grow all our crops with a focus on purity, safety, and the ultimate health benefits.

The Difference Between the Hemp Flower and CBD Oils -Smoking Hemp vs. Topical Use

As we continue to study the uses for the cannabis plant, we are learning it may have a still-undetermined number of benefits. Research suggests that the hemp flower, more specifically the cannabinoid CBD found in the hemp plant offers many benefits. The hemp flower reduces inflammation, assists with pain relief, and helps reduce anxiety and depression. And all this happens without the psychoactive cannabinoid, THC.

The hemp flower is pure hemp. You know what you’re getting, and you know the potency. Topicals like oils and salves are good for those who don’t want to “light up” in public, or are concerned about smoking in general. Although, there are advantages to smoking hemp that might sway your decision.

As mentioned previously, the hemp flower is pure hemp. That means you aren’t getting hemp infused in a different chemical “container.” Smoking hemp introduces CBD into your body faster than any other method. When procuring hemp buds from legitimate hemp growers, the potency is controlled and regulated. That means that you know absolutely how much you’re getting and how long it will last.

With topicals, the hemp flower is used to infuse another medium for consumption. This “container” material is an unknown. That means that you can’t be sure how diluted your hemp products are. Moreover, you won’t know if there will be side effects. They could result from other chemicals used to create a topical that will stay fresh and maintain its consistency.

Safety and Purity are Critical

Another potential concern with topicals is that you can’t know exactly where the original hemp flower came from. Commercial cultivation of hemp flower is aggressively regulated in the United States, but not necessarily in other countries. Some producers of products like CBD oils import their hemp flower to keep production costs lower. This is a scary notion. With concerns surrounding cultivation methods in China and other countries, wouldn’t you want to know what other chemicals you’re introducing into your body?

Why Carolinabis as a Resource?

Hemp flower keeps your dosage controllable and confirms that you’re getting a pure hemp. U.S. hemp farmers must comply with regular audits. That ensures the products contain THC levels that adhere to state and federal regulations. You always can feel good about what you’re buying from Carolinabis, since you are buying directly from the farmers. Our family-owned farm produces only top-quality hemp products. We grow our plants indoors, hydroponically using organic techniques. Since we do not use any pesticides or any other chemicals, we can guarantee purity and safety.

We offer a full line of products, including a choice of flower strains, pre-rolls, kief, and edible options. Go to our online store to discover the items that we ship to all 50 states.

Remember that our focus is on providing safe, reliable products to improve the quality of life for our clients. Our goal is to make you feel better!

Since the legalization of hemp in 2018, the market has exploded with different products made from this plant. A member of the cannabis plant family, hemp is high in cannabidiol or CBD. Unlike marijuana, it has negligible to zero levels of THC. While the popular method of consuming cannabidiol is in the form of oil, the CBD flower is gaining popularity. When searching for pure, high-quality brands, choose Carolinabis.

At Carolinabis, our mission is to help you feel better with CBD products.  To ensure quality products, we grow our plants indoors, hydroponically without the use of pesticides. We hand-trim all of our harvested buds as opposed to machine trimming. Trimming involves removing any leaves which may lead to a harsher taste. Hand trimming also guarantees minimal bud loss. Then we slowly dry the buds to maintain optimum potency producing a higher-quality product. While the FDA hasn’t endorsed CBD to treat any illnesses, some studies point to positive results with regular use.

Hemp and Marijuana Are Not the Same

Although hemp and marijuana belong to the same Cannabis plant family, they are not the same. Marijuana contains high levels of THC or tetrahydrocannabinol, the cannabinoid responsible for causing a high. Whereas by law, hemp must contain levels of THC of 0.3% or lower. In North Carolina, the Departments of Agriculture must test hemp crops to determine the THC levels.

At Carolinabis, we take the law seriously. That’s why you’ll see on our website’s product pages, the results of testing from DOA. Additionally, you’ll find testing done by an independent lab reflecting the cannabinoids present and percentages of each product.

Benefits of Using Flowers Over Hemp Oil

One of the least understood systems in your body is the endocannabinoid. It’s an intricate network of receptors in your body system affecting mood and sleep among many other processes.  Scientists aren’t sure how exactly how CBD interacts with this system. Some theorize it somehow maximizes the existing cannabinoids in our bodies. Nevertheless, many people have reported positive therapeutic benefits.

Currently, the most popular form of consuming cannabidiol is through hemp oil or CBD oil. While this is a great way to enjoy the benefits of CBD, some people don’t like the taste. Moreover, a large number of people point to the benefits of using the flowers. Primarily, the flowers contain the largest concentration of cannabinoids as well as terpenes and flavonoids. Taken together they produce a greater effect than taken alone. Unfortunately, the extraction process used to manufacture CBD oil loses some of these compounds.

Not All CBD Flower Strains Are Equal

If you’re new to shopping for flowers, you might be surprised at all the options. With over 40 different strains to choose from, how do you know which one to buy? Notably, each strain has its own characteristics, including smell, taste and CBD content. Moreover, producers list varying, diverse benefits.

Furthermore, how do you know the quality of the product you are buying? Interestingly, a study done in 2017 found that almost 70% of online vendors carried products with mislabeled CBD amounts. This means the product could have more or less cannabidiol than advertised.  That’s why you should look or ask for a Certificate of Analysis (COA). As mentioned above, our product pages contain our lab results for confidence in buying.

At Carolinabis, we carry 3 strains of hemp flowers: Hawaiian Haze, Suver Haze, and Lifter.  Hawaiian Haze has a tropical aroma with a slightly sour, citrus flavor. With a cannabinoid content range of 18-23.3%, the buds are typically large in size and medium density. While Suver Haze has a sour green apple aroma with dense, large buds. It has a CBD range of 17-18.7%.  And Lifter has an earthy flavor with a CBD content range of 16-20.5%.

The CBD Flower Packs a Powerful Punch

Some studies have shown consuming Cannabidiol helps in pain management, reduction in anxiety and depression. While hemp oil and CBD oil have been the most popular options, the CBD flower is trending. When searching for a trusted source of hemp products, choose Carolinabis.

Visit our online store to buy one of our high-quality hemp products. In addition to flowers, we sell hemp sugar cookies, kief, and pre-rolled cigarettes. Plus, we accept M/C and Visa as payment and ship to all 50 states. We want to be your trusted source for hemp products in the growing field of hemp companies.

Brick and mortar stores, online shops, and products containing hemp seem to be exploding everywhere. With the legalization of hemp in 2018, a new industry has seemingly sprung up overnight. Moreover, claims of relief from anxiety, depression, pain, seizures, Alzheimer’s, and other diseases are abundant.  And while the most common CBD product is in oil form, flowers are gaining in popularity. Which begs the question, can you smoke hemp and get the same benefits as ingesting it? Yes, and smoking hemp gets CBD into your bloodstream faster than other methods. When searching for pure, quality hemp products, choose Carolinabis.

At Carolinabis, we want to make sure you buy the purest, cleanest hemp products available. That’s why we grow our hemp indoors, hydroponically without the use of pesticides. Plus, we grow our cannabis plants in porous lava rocks to prevent contamination from mold spores and bacteria. Then, after harvesting, we hand trim each bud to remove hemp leaves that may lead to a harsher taste. Finally, we slowly dry the hemp buds to maintain optimum potency. The result is safe, quality products to help you feel better.

Is Hemp Legal?

Prior to the 1930s, hemp was legal and widely used. But because it belongs to the same cannabis plant family and looks like marijuana, lawmakers banned its use. It wasn’t until the 2018 Farm Bill removed hemp from the list of controlled substances that hemp became legal again. This new legalization along with claims of its benefits has fueled the market.

Although both hemp and marijuana belong to the same cannabis plant family, they are not the same. Marijuana contains a high concentration of THC, the cannabinoid that causes psychoactivity. Whereas hemp by law must contain less than 0.3% of THC. Rich in another cannabinoid, cannabidiol (or CBD), hemp delivers all the benefits without the high. At Carolinabis, our hemp products contain 0% THC, so you can be sure that you will have no side effects.

Why Should You Smoke Hemp?

It may surprise you that it’s not hemp leaves that you generally smoke. Although you can use hemp leaves for tea, it’s the bud or flower from the plant that’s smoked. Rich in cannabidiol, terpenes, and flavonoids, hemp flowers are available in many different strains. Each strain provides a unique and distinct flavor along with varying amounts of CBD.

One of the greatest benefits of smoking hemp is that it’s a fast way to introduce CBD into your system. After smoking hemp, you’ll experience an increase in relaxation and stress and anxieties disappear. Additionally, you may also find that you experience a reduction in pain. Plus, you can pair hemp with another dry herb to enhance the effect. Choose the highest-grade herb available and make sure it’s safe to inhale. Lavender, chamomile, peppermint, and white sage are all good choices.

The Many Benefits of the Cannabis Plant

While the FDA has not issued any formal statements on the health benefits of hemp, studies have indicated its effectiveness. Consumers currently take CBD to treat fibromyalgia, arthritis, multiple sclerosis, anxiety, and depression. The effective ingredient in hemp, CBD, works in conjunction with cannabinoids made by your body.

Notably, there are many different strains of hemp flowers each with their own characteristics.  And the percentage of CBD is different for each strain. Therefore, the benefits will vary somewhat. Some flower buds are better at calming nerves, while others provide clarity of mind and alertness. Be sure to check the specification of the strain before buying. On our website, we describe the characteristics of each strain that we offer.

Can You Smoke Hemp Is a Common Question

With all the confusion surrounding hemp and its resemblance to marijuana, you may ask, can you smoke hemp legally? The answer is yes. And it’s one of the best ways to get CBD into your body to ease your symptoms. Smoking hemp allows the body to absorb CBD quickly so that the consumer feels the effects faster. When searching for a reliable company to provide high-quality hemp products, choose Carolinabis.

Striving to provide you with the safest, purest hemp products, we want to be your trusted resource. Visit our online store to purchase one of our great products. Whether you’re looking for edibles, flowers, kief, or pre-rolled cigarettes, we can ship to your home. We ship to all 50 states.

In 2018, the US Farm Bill legalized the production of hemp and removed it from the list of controlled substances. Since then vendors have rushed to open stores and supply products to meet the growing demand for cannabidiol (CBD) products. Part of the popularity is that hemp does not contain THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), as marijuana does. This means you reap all the health benefits without the high.   While CBD oil has been the most popular, there are other products available that provide the benefits of cannabidiol. For example, CBD edibles are food products infused with cannabidiol. And Carolinabis is at the forefront of providing consumers with quality CBD products.

Carolinabis is a growing company committed to providing the highest quality products. We grow our plants indoors, hydroponically, in a completely controlled environment without the use of pesticides. This means we can provide the purest, highest quality hemp for your benefit. Selling edibles, flowers, kief, and pre-rolled CBD cigarettes, we strive to meet the growing demand for CBD products.

What is Cannabidiol Anyway?

Chiefly, cannabidiol is one of 110 known cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant family. THC is another well-known cannabinoid which causes psychoactivity. These chemicals bind to receptors found in the nervous system. Although the exact process is unknown, some studies have indicated CBD relieves anxiety, depression, pain, and other health issues.

Moreover, for thousands of years, people used the hemp plant as medicine. However, since hemp and marijuana look alike and belong to the same family, lawmakers outlawed hemp in the 1930s. Yet, hemp and marijuana are different in chemical composition. Marijuana has high percentages of THC and is low in CBD. While hemp rich in CBD and low in THC.

Why Not Just Take CBD Oil?

Commonly, most people consume cannabidiol as CBD oil. However, some consumers dislike the taste – describing it as earthy, grassy, and even bitter. Taking cannabidiol through an edible such as gummies or cookies is a great alternative that masks the flavor. Additionally, you can make your own edibles in your kitchen after purchasing kief or flowers.

Moreover, taking CBD by eating edibles has some other distinctive advantages besides masking the taste. Primarily, eating CBD oils provides longer-lasting relief, as edibles must pass through the digestive system. Therefore, the CBD enters the bloodstream gradually over an extended time, allowing you to experience the effects longer. Also, consumers may experience amplified effects when ingested with other herbs. Evidence suggests CBD interacts well with compounds in other plants like lavender or chamomile to produce amplified benefits.

Finally, edibles allow you to use the entire flower and not just the extracted oil. Notably, there are other important components in the flowers that work together to produce health benefits. Phytocannabinoids, terpenes, fatty acids and vitamins exist in the flowers. Ingested together, they produce the most effective and strongest benefits.

How Should I Store My Edibles?

CBD oils are much like any other food product. Leaving your edibles out in the open exposes them to several destructive elements. First, moisture in the air promotes the growth of mold. Secondly, oxygen in the air enhances the growth of microorganisms. Additionally, oxygen reacts with oils and fats in the edibles turning them rancid.  Finally, vitamins, proteins, and fats are all sensitive to light. Exposure leads to a loss of nutrients and as well as spoilage.

Therefore, it’s important to keep your edibles stored in a sealed, cool, dark place. Some people like to store their edibles in the freezer, although this does require defrosting time. For others, the refrigerator provides the perfect short-term storage solution.

CBD Edibles Are A Tasty Alternative

You may love the effects of CBD but dislike the taste. If so, you may want to consider CBD edibles as an option. One delicious way to enjoy CBD is with Carolinabis’ own sugar cookies. Each cookie contains a whopping 30 mg of CBD made with our own high-quality hemp flowers. And remember, we grow our plants indoor hydroponically and without the use of pesticides.

So, what are you waiting for? Visit our online store to shop pure, quality products. Shipping to all 50 states, we’ll get your order to you quickly.  Because in the growing field of hemp companies, we want to be your trusted source.

Human Body Produces CannabinoidsCannabinoids, which are chemical compounds that naturally occur in the resin of the Cannabis Plant, is not a new thing to a human body. 

The human body is full of many complex systems. Among them is the ECS (endogenous cannabinoid system) that is a complex cell-signaling system in charge of homeostasis within the body. 

Homeostasis is the ability of an organism to stay in a balance despite all environmental changes — examples of homeostasis in action is when the temperature of your body is above average (37 degrees Celsius or 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit) you release extra heat through the skin. If the temperature is below that level, you absorb the warmth around you.

When there is a virus inside of you, the body will activate the immune system to get rid of the virus and bring the balance back in place. Balance, in this case, stands for maintaining the internal stability of the human body. 

According to the article, “The Endogenous cannabinoids Your Body Produces & How They Help You” on, the ECS evolved over 600 million years ago. The ECS in the human body is a primordial part of our biology and was discovered in the early 1990s by scientists while exploring cannabinoids. 

The ECS consists of three main elements: Endogenous cannabinoids, Endogenous cannabinoid receptors, and Enzymes. 

Endogenous cannabinoids are molecules crafted by the human body. They’re analogous to cannabinoids that we harvest from the resin of the hemp plant, but our bodies make them. Scientists have discovered two vital endogenous cannabinoids: 

  • anandamide (AEA) 
  • 2-arachidonoylglyerol (2-AG) 

Their purpose in the human body is to check if internal functions such as maintenance of fluid volume or maintenance of breathing patterns run correctly. Think of them as managers over the human body with specialization in internal functions. 

The exciting thing, though, is that there is a healthy level of endogenous cannabinoids produced by the body. Your body produces them as there is a demand for it, which is always flexible. 

Endogenous cannabinoid receptors are receptors that are spread all over the human body. Endogenous cannabinoids “insert” themselves in those receptors to draw attention from the ECS. Think of endogenous cannabinoid as a key, an endogenous cannabinoid receptor as a lock. When the lock is open, it sends a signal to the ECS that there is something wrong where that lock is located in the body, and the immediate action is required. 

As with Endogenous cannabinoids today there are two known primary endogenous cannabinoid receptors: 

  • CB1 receptors, in the central nervous system 
  • CB2 receptors, in the peripheral nervous system 

Endogenous cannabinoids (keys) are inserted in both types of receptors. The effects resulted from such “insertion” will depend on the Endogenous cannabinoid receptor’s (lock) location and kind of endogenous cannabinoid (key) used. For example, studies suggest endogenous cannabinoids can hit CB1 receptors in a spinal nerve to calm chronic pain. 

Enzymes are biological molecules such as proteins that, significantly speed up the rate of chemical reactions within cells. In the case of the ECS, they play the role of destroyers of the “keys” after the connection between Endogenous cannabinoid (key), and Endogenous cannabinoid receptor (lock) has happened. According to “Healthline” enzymes are in charge of breaking down endogenous cannabinoids once they’ve carried out their function. 

As with Endogenous cannabinoid receptors today there are two 

main enzymes responsible for the breaking-down job: 

  • fatty acid amide hydrolase, destroyer of AEA 
  • monoacylglycerol acid lipase, destroyer of 2-AG 

So, these three core elements (Endogenous cannabinoid, Endogenous cannabinoid receptors, Enzymes) forge a team, which is taking care of homeostasis in the human body. 

But the ECS is not able to work infinitely with no supply in nutrition. So, what is being used to produce new and support existing endogenous cannabinoids, and endogenous cannabinoid receptors inside the body in the first place? 

The body is looking for a significant amount of Omega-3 fatty acids to produce the required number of Endogenous cannabinoids and Endogenous cannabinoid receptors. 

Omega-3s are a family of fatty acids that are providing a significant number of health benefits and play a big role in the human body. Among different health benefits are preventing macular degeneration (incurable eye disease), depression, and anxiety. What kind of food is containing Omega-3 fatty acids in excess? According to Daisy Whitbread, the significant amount of Omega-3 fatty acids can be found in chia seeds, fish, walnuts, tofu, shellfish. Essentially, Omega-3 fatty acids are the foundation of endogenous cannabinoids. If the human body doesn’t have enough Omega-3 fatty acids, it will not be able to produce enough endogenous cannabinoids, it needs to keep ECS healthy. As was mentioned earlier, Omega-3 fatty acids are also crucial for Endogenous cannabinoid receptors. For example, the growth and healing of CB1 receptors depend on Omega-3. 

Failing to meet the required amount of nutrition can lead to failure of ES and, therefore, losing control over homeostasis. Experts call such conditions as EDS (Endogenous cannabinoid Deficiency Syndrome). Possible consequences of EDS are migraines, fibromyalgia (pain, poor sleep, cognitive difficulty), Alzheimer’s disease, and more. 

If EDS is the case for a person, the possible treatment could be – setting up a diet based on an increased amount of Omega-3 fatty acids consumed. That will heal one’s CB1 receptors, accelerate the growth of both Endogenous cannabinoid receptors and Endogenous Cannabinoids. 

Another suitable treatment would be to take cannabinoids from external sources, like Cannabidiol, from CBD. It will boost the concentration of Endogenous cannabinoids in the body and supply Endogenous cannabinoid receptors with a significant portion of nutrition, therefore providing ECS with all necessary supplements, and thus making ECS work at the most efficient way. 

So as you can see, CBD cannabinoid is not something new to the human body. Nature gifted humans a perfect match between the chemical compounds of resin of the hemp plant and chemical compounds of the human endogenous cannabinoid system. 

If we think about ECS (endogenous cannabinoid system) as a car, then CBD cannabinoids and cannabinoids, existing in the human body, would be two available fuel options for the “ECS” vehicle. 

CBD cannabinoid(plant-based) and Endogenous cannabinoid (grown in the human body). 

Different origins, but the same destination.

hemp productsStudies show that CBD could be an effective treatment for everything from anxiety to epilepsy. However, hemp products vary greatly. You can smoke flowers, ingest edibles, or use oils (either as an edible or absorbed through the skin). Which is the right choice for you? Let’s take a look at the difference between the various CBD products.

CBD Options

Because it is popular in the media, some people think that CBD oil is their only option. However, oil is just one of the many options if you want to try CBD. There are pros and cons of using CBD oil, just as with any CBD product. As with all the products we’re mentioning here, CBD oil is oil extracted from the hemp plant. It does not contain THC or other psychoactive ingredients, so you won’t feel “high” when using it. Yes, this is the same cannabis plant responsible for hemp fibers used in clothing, paper, jewelry, and more. It contains less than 0.3% THC, with many varieties containing none at all.

The oil itself comes in multiple forms. You can find it in capsules, lotions, sprays, and more. When more people think of CBD oil, however, they think of an oil dropper. You place a few drops under your tongue. While this can be effective for introducing CBD to the body, many people don’t like the taste of CBD oil. It can also be cumbersome to carry in a purse or pocket since you have to worry about spilling it.

Edibles Made with Hemp Products

CBD oil is typically edible, except when used in products like lotions are absorbed through the skin. However, you can also find ready-made foods with CBD as an ingredient. We offer cookies as part of our product line. Candies such as gummies and lollipops are popular for home use. You can also find CBD added to beverages such as juice, coffee, and even mixed drinks at the bar.

Although you may have less anxiety about using an inconspicuous product like candy, it is not without its problems. With edible CDB products, the chemical takes longer to get to the brain, according to a Vice article. If you are using it for chronic pain, anxiety or acute pain, it might take too long to kick in. Vice’s CBD experts note that the liver also metabolizes some of the CBD. So, a smaller amount will affect your neurons. Additionally, when added to foods that are baked or heated, high temperatures can lower CDB’s potency. Therefore, with edibles, you may find it challenging to get the proper dose.

Keep in mind that hemp products (especially edibles) are sometimes not labeled accurately. Always work with a trusted provider to ensure you know what you are consuming. With our products, you never have to worry about what you’re getting. Our labels are accurate, and we grow all of our own hemp plants, and personally harvest our flowers. We guaranty the use of high-quality hemp products to create our CBD offerings. Because we produce all the plants and harvest them ourselves, we ensure that no pesticides, soil bacteria, or toxic fungus exists in our plants or our process.

Smoking Flowers as a Source of CBD

Because of the negatives to CBD oils and other edibles, many people prefer smoking CBD flowers. SUNY Albany professor Mitch Earleywine, Ph.D., notes that smoking is a fast way to use CBD. It can enter your bloodstream in 30 seconds or less. Again, unlike THC, CBD won’t make you feel “high” even when smoked.

When smoking, it is essential to use high-quality products. That’s where we come in. We have several flower strains, so you can find the option that works best for you. Consult a doctor about adding CBD to your treatment plan for any medical condition. Then, start with a small dose to find the approximate amount that works for you. Here, learn more about our CBD products.

indoor hemp yieldHemp is among the oldest cultivated crops on the planet. In Colonial America, farmers were growing hemp for paper, lamp fuels, and ropes. Then in 1937, the US Congress passed the Marihuana Tax Act. This Act heavily taxed all cannabis sales, including hemp, making it less economically viable to produce, import, and export. It wasn’t until 2018 that Congress removed hemp along with its seeds and derivatives from the Controlled Substances Act. Once Congress removed the restrictions, farmers acted to produce hemp crops. With the explosion of the popularity of CBD products, farmers have struggled to keep up with the demand. Cultivators sought new ways to increase indoor hemp yield to increase the production of CBD.

Indoor and Outdoor Cultivation

When most of us think of growing a crop, we tend to think of a farm. And traditionally, farmers have grown hemp outdoors. However, with modern technology, many plants, including hemp, grow well indoors. When comparing indoor and outdoor cultivation, realize there are benefits and drawbacks to both.

Pros and Cons of Both Indoor and Outdoor Horticulture

Indeed, the outdoor cultivation of hemp is the most economical option. Plus, without the constraints of building size, cultivators can grow more hemp at one time outdoors. On the downside, bugs, rodents, and even birds can attack hemp. Outdoor farming invites the use of pesticides, which will show up in your final product. And depending on the extraction and refinement process, pesticides become concentrated at high levels rendering it unsuitable for human consumption.

Additionally, the soil quality, temperature, and rain can impact both the crop yield and the production of CBD. Moreover, hemp plants absorb any heavy metals and toxins present in the soil. These contaminants can be present in extracted CBD, counteracting any significant benefits expected from the product. Finally, there is only one growing season for outside cultivation, leaving you with only one harvest.

While indoor cultivation may be more expensive, it can lead to higher hemp yield due to controlled conditions. Cultivators can control lighting, temperature, and humidity, leading to harvesting more of the product. Also, farmers can grow hemp year-round because indoor growing conditions are constant.

One way to Increase Indoor Hemp Yield

When growing hemp indoors, cultivators can use light deprivation to increase yield. Generally, cultivators bombard hemp with light during its vegetative growth. Controlling light causes them to grow at very rapid rates, as much as 2 inches per day. Furthermore, depriving the plant of light will cause it to flower early. The flowers of the hemp plant are rich in CBD. Therefore, controlling the light during the growing season is an effective way to increase the production of CBD to meet growing demand.

And Just What are CBD Products?

There is much misinformation about CBD products. Hemp belongs to the same plant species, Cannabis Sativa, as marijuana. This family of plants has naturally-occurring compounds called cannabinoids. Cannabidiol or CBD is the compound manufacturers extract from the hemp plant. It produces no psychoactivity, unlike the cannabinoid, THC, found in high percentages in marijuana.

There has been an explosion of popularity of CBD products recently. As consumers discover the benefits of CBD, the demand will only get higher. The goal for many growers is to focus on increasing the indoor hemp yield each season. Many farmers have moved from growing other crops to growing hemp.

cannabis and cannabinoid researchAccording to an article in the International Journal of Molecular Sciences, cannabinoids have the potential to treat many medical conditions. These conditions include neuropsychological disorders and neurodegenerative diseases. Additionally, the National Institute of Health published several clinical studies showing that cannabinoids can treat heart disease, diabetes, and more. Cannabinoids (substances derived from the cannabis plant) work with cannabinoid receptors in the body. As scientists research the relationship between CBD and cannabinoid receptors more and more, we see how useful CBD can be.

What is CBD?

Before learning how CBD and cannabinoid receptors work together, it’s essential to understand what CBD is. While cannabis and cannabinoid research is ongoing, we have been using the cannabis plant for centuries. The cannabis plant has several components, which people use for different purposes:

  • Hemp: This is the fiber produced from the stem of the cannabis plant. People use hemp in jewelry, clothing, and paper products, and more. Hemp plants are cannabis plants bred to have minimal THC.
  • Terpenes: These aromatic compounds give cannabis its unique smell and flavor. Myrcene is the primary terpene in cannabis.
  • THC: Tetrahydrocannabinol is the psychoactive chemical found in the cannabis plant. When people talk about marijuana plants, they are typically referring to cannabis plants with high levels of THC. THC alters your mental state
  • CBD: Also called “cannabidiol,” CBD is the second chemical extracted from the cannabis plant. It does NOT produce a “high” feeling. The World Health Organization declared that CBD has no public health risk or abuse potential when used alone. They base their recommendations on the cannabis and cannabinoid research performed by scientists around the world.

How do CBD and Cannabinoid Receptors Work?

So now that you know what CBD is, how does it work in the body? Recent clinical cannabis and cannabinoid research is promising for many different types of patients and their families.

As noted, CBD does not give you a “high” feeling. However, CBD works by affecting the endocannabinoid (EC) system in your brain. Your brain cells (neurons) communicate by sending chemical messages to one another. The pre-synaptic neuron sends the message, and the post-synaptic neuron receives the message. Then, the post-synaptic neuron may pass the message on by taking a pre-synaptic role and communicating with the next cell. Imagine it like skipping a rock across a pond. The message jumps from neuron to neuron so that your body can move, speak, feel, etc. Instead of a stone, your cells use chemicals such as dopamine and serotonin to communicate.

Additionally, this communication triggers neurons that produce another type of chemical called cannabinoids. They travel backward from the post-synaptic cell to the pre-synaptic cell to regulate the flow of the messages. In other words, naturally-produced cannabinoids work like a traffic cop, monitoring the speed and density of traffic. Learn more about how neurotransmitters work.

Cannabis and cannabinoid research shows that CBD does not attach to CB1 and CB2 receptors. So, it does not overwhelm the system like some other drugs might. Instead, it works indirectly to support your natural cannabinoids. Therefore, studies suggest you could see medical benefits with therapeutic CBD use.

Is CBD Right for You?

Every person’s body is different. While you should consult your doctor, the National Institute of Health suggests CBD can help with many clinical problems. These include mental health issues such as anxiety and depression, both chronic and acute (stress-related). Also, cannabis and cannabinoid research suggests it can help with physical medical conditions like multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, and arthritis. Some studies suggest it can also help with substance abuse withdrawal. Of course, people also use CBD to combat all types of chronic and acute pain.