FAQ

Why Do People Smoke Hemp Flower?

There are different reasons people choose to smoke hemp flower, but here are a few of the most common explanations:

First off, many customers enjoy the taste of smoking hemp flowers. Connoisseurs can safely savor each strain’s mix of terpenes without worrying about legality or psychoactive effects.

Speaking of terpenes, some people say they smoke hemp to take advantage of the plant’s purported health benefits. Besides terpenes and CBD, customers can enjoy the benefits associated with secondary cannabinoids, flavonoids, and other antioxidant compounds.

Interestingly, many former cigarette smokers have started smoking hemp as a healthful alternative to tobacco. Although there’s no hard data showing hemp smoking helps with tobacco withdrawal, there are high hopes hemp could play a role in addiction recovery.

How Is Smoking Hemp Flower Different From Using CBD Oil?

When comparing smokable hemp flower and CBD oil, we first have to talk about taste. After all, a primary reason people choose to smoke hemp is that they enjoy their selected strain’s terpene profile. Most full-spectrum hemp oils, on the other hand, have a “grassy” taste that might take some getting used to.

It’s also worth noting that smoking hemp has a more immediate effect on users compared with CBD oils. Unless you’re taking a tincture sublingually, there’s no faster way to get CBD into your system than by smoking hemp.

On the flip side, hemp smoking isn’t the best option for people who have pre-existing lung conditions. Even if you’re using a high-quality vaporizer, taking CBD oil is always far easier on the respiratory system. Also, customers often find CBD oil is more discreet and easier to dose compared with smokable hemp.

What’s The Difference Between Hemp Flower And CBD Isolate?

Thanks to the latest advances in extraction technology, Organic CBD Nugs can offer customers the purest form of CBD imaginable: CBD isolate. Unlike all other hemp-derived products, CBD isolate is as close to 100 percent CBD as humanly possible. Usually, CBD isolate is sold in a white, powdery form that’s both odorless and tasteless.

In contrast to smokable hemp, CBD isolate is far more discreet and simpler to dose. Indeed, many fans of isolate products sneak their CBD into a cup of tea, juice, or coffee.

On the negative side, you cannot experience the entourage effect with a CBD isolate product. The entourage effect refers to a theory that different cannabinoids and terpenes work together to produce an enhanced physiological effect. You could only experience this benefit with full-spectrum hemp oil or smokable hemp flowers. 

Can CBD Help With Pain Relief?

The human body contains a specialized system called the endo-cannabinoid system (ECS), which is involved in regulating a variety of functions including sleep, appetite, pain and immune system response.  The body produces endo-cannabinoids, which are neurotransmitters that bind to cannabinoid receptors in your nervous system. Studies have shown that CBD may help reduce chronic pain by impacting endo-cannabinoid receptor activity, reducing inflammation and interacting with neurotransmitters.

How Do You Smoke Premium Hemp Flower?

The simplest way to smoke premium hemp flowers is to grind them up, roll a joint or a blunt, and light up. For those who don’t mind the expense, you could look into conduction and convection herb vaporizers. Compared with joints, vaporizers usually offer a more flavorful and smoother smoking experience, but they are understandably costlier.

How Does Smoking Hemp Flower Taste?

No two hemp strains are identical. Because each strain has its unique chemical make-up, it’s impossible to say what all hemp flowers taste like accurately.

You could, however, get a good idea of a strain’s flavor by looking into its terpene profile. To help you out, here’s a “cheat sheet” revealing what the most popular hemp terpenes taste like:

  • Alpha-pinene: pine & earthy
  • Limonene: citrusy & sweet
  • Beta-caryophyllene: spicy & peppery
  • Myrcene: fruity & musky
  • Humulene: hoppy & woodsy
  • Linalool: floral & lavender-like

What Do Users Experience When Smoking Hemp?

People who smoke hemp run no risk of experiencing the psychoactive effects associated with marijuana. Since all of Organic CBD Nugs' high-CBD flower has 0.03 percent THC or less, you will not feel “high” smoking our products.

Instead, most hemp smokers report feeling a sense of well being and relaxation. Depending on the strain you’re using, you might also experience a slight energy boost or mild sedation.

What Are The Top-Selling Hemp Strains Now Available?

Here are Organic CBD Nugs we only sell high-end hemp flower. We research, review, and test different strains continuously in order to make it easier for you to choose the best flower for your taste buds and your budget.

Our list of hemp strains is continuously changing, but here are a few of the most in-demand names frequently offered on Organic CBD Nugs:

  • Lifter
  • Sour Space Candy
  • Elektra
  • Special Sauce
  • Hawaiian Haze

To learn more about the strains in our hemp flower portfolio, check out our review of the eight top hemp flowers on this link.

What’s The Difference Between Premium Hemp Flower And Industrial Hemp?

To ensure maximum cannabinoid and terpene production, hemp flower growers only plant feminized seeds in a well-controlled environment. Cultivators then monitor each of these plants on a day-to-day basis, carefully adjusting each plant’s soil, nutrient levels, and water intake. By contrast, industrial hemp cultivation takes place in wide-open fields and uses both male and female seeds. 

Do You Lab Test Your Products?

Of course, all products for sale on Organic CBD Nugs are tested by a 3rd party lab before distribution. Lab reports are included with every purchase and available upon request for any product.