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It comes from the hemp plant and can be smoked to help you relax and feel at peace. Hemp is a cannabis plant that has high levels of CBD. People often confuse cannabis with marijuana, but the one main difference is that marijuana has high THC levels and minimal CBD.

CBD and THC are two of the primary cannabinoids found in cannabis plants that can provide many therapeutic benefits. However, one of the main reasons people prefer CBD over THC is because it is non-psychoactive and will not leave you feeling intoxicated or high.

CBD is an amazing compound because of how it reacts with our bodies. When CBD enters the body, it reacts with the receptors in our endocannabinoid system (ECS). The ECS is responsible for regulating many of the body’s functions, such as:

  • Sleep
  • Appetite
  • Mood
  • Memory
  • Digestion

CBD is a naturally occurring compound that can support the ECS and can help your body reach homeostasis. When our body reaches homeostasis or a natural equilibrium, we can better manage our physical and mental states.

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Every flower strain of CBD  has different potencies that can have stronger or weaker effects. A flower strain that has 14-20% CBD content is considered high potency. Hemp flower that has less than 10% CBD is generally considered low potency strains.

At Hollyweed, we make sure that all of our hemp plants are sourced and grown from the highest-quality farms. Our strongest, top-shelf strains have over 20% CBD content to provide you maximum relief and comfort. We also have amazing lower potency strains for a mellow but smooth experience.

  • Lowest potency hemp flower: Bubba Kush (12.95% total CBD)
  • Highest potency hemp flower: Sour Space (20.66% total CBD)

Yes, CBD flower is full spectrum. Full spectrum means that your CBD product, in this case, flower buds, contains the following hemp plant compounds:

  • CBD
  • Delta-9 THC (0.3% or less)
  • Other hemp plant cannabinoids
  • Terpenes, aromatic compounds responsible for smell and taste
  • Flavonoids, compounds responsible for pigmentation

Full spectrum CBD products are the best type of product to consume because they produce a phenomenon called the entourage effect. When this effect occurs, the benefits of CBD have optimized thanks to all the other hemp plant compounds working synergistically to produce an effect greater than the sum of its parts. Smoking CBD hemp bud is a great way to benefit from this effect.

The main difference between full-spectrum and broad-spectrum CBD products is the presence of THC. Broad-spectrum CBD products contain all the compounds present in full-spectrum products except for THC. However, there is no such thing as broad-spectrum, since there will always be the presence of 0.3% or less THC.


No, you can’t get high when you smoke it!

CBD hemp flower typically contains less than 0.3% THC. If the flower contains over 0.3% THC, it is then considered marijuana and can have different effects on your body.

As the name implies, CBD isolate is pure CBD containing zero THC and no additional cannabinoids apart from the CBD itself. When consuming CBD isolate gummies, you will exclusively feel the effects of the CBD without the other beneficial qualities provided by the many other active compounds in hemp. Still, isolate is a great option for combining with other cannabinoids for added impact or experiencing the benefits of CBD in its purest form possible.

Even though CBD hemp flower is completely legal federally, it is not legal in all 50 states. Every state has its laws regarding both hemp and marijuana, so it’s essential to know your state’s policies on both products.

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Hemp must be grown under specific conditions for optimal growth to obtain high-quality flowers. These plants love the warmth and the sun and should be grown outdoors in warm areas.

Hemp bud grows best in well-drained soil that isn’t overly moist. Make sure the soil has plenty of nutrients and organic material so the hemp can grow healthy and strong. The first six weeks of growth are the most critical, and the hemp plants should be watered consistently.

The average growth cycle of hemp is about 108-120 days, so growers should plan out planting times ahead of time. The best time to plant hemp or cannabis seeds should be around May to June, right before temperatures begin to warm up.

CBD buds are all female plants. When the female hemp flower reaches full bloom, it begins to produce cannabinoids and resin to attract pollen from the male plants. Growers or farmers will then remove the male plants so that the female plants can continue to produce CBD.

If the male plants are not removed in time, they may have pollinated the females already. If the flower contains seeds, it will ruin the overall quality of the hemp flower.

A fully-grown hemp flower is made up of a small cluster of smaller flowers. The flowers are covered in a layer of sticky residue that contains most of the CBD oils.

After the growth cycle is complete, the hemp flower is ready for harvest. The harvested hemp is then prepared for drying and curing to extract the compound to make into CBD products.

There are benefits to growing hemp flowers both indoors and outdoors. While growing outdoors can be more natural and organic, there is a risk of pests or contaminants ruining the plants. Growing indoors can be more expensive, but there is more control over the growing conditions.

Hemp plants are pretty resilient and can grow well under most conditions. Hemp flower that is grown outdoors usually has an earthier taste and aroma. With the right amount of attention and care, the natural sunlight and humidity can lead to a high-quality CBD flower.

Growing hemp flowers outdoors can also cost far less without controlling every aspect of their growth. However, the tradeoff is typically a lower-quality bud due to soil contamination, pesticides, or other animals such as rats or birds that destroy the plant.

Most premium  flowers of CBD are grown indoors nowadays, but this method has some drawbacks. Even though growers can control each aspect from lighting to soil to humidity, the artificial lights do not produce the same effect as natural sunlight. As a result, the lights have to be always on, which uses more energy and creates a carbon footprint.

However, when the hemp is grown under perfect controlled conditions, the flower quality can be significantly better. The hemp flower won’t be exposed to outside stressors and will produce higher-quality CBD. Also, since the conditions are controlled year-round, growers can harvest at any time of the year.

One of the great things about CBD flower is that it is incredibly versatile and has many different uses. You can smoke it, vape it, or even cook with it to feel the wonderful effects of CBD. Check out some of the most popular ways you can enjoy CBD hemp flower.

  • Smoking – Smoking is a popular and well-known way to enjoy CBD. You grind the flower and roll it into a joint or smoke it with a pipe or a bong. For those looking for a more hassle-free experience, you can purchase CBD pre rolls that allow you to start smoking right away.
  • Vaping – You can buy CBD vape Cartridges specially designed to heat CBD flower to create smooth vapors. Inhaling vapors and smoking have the same effects, and it just comes down to preference. Using portable vapes can be more discrete and easier to use than smoking but will have less flavor.
  • Cooking – CBD gummies are a great way to enjoy the long-lasting effects of CBD. There are almost countless foods that CBD hemp flower can be cooked into, so all you have to do is be creative! It may take longer for your CBD to kick in, but the effects can last anywhere from 6-8 hours.


Smoking CBD flower is one of the quickest and most efficient ways to feel its effects. When you inhale the smoke, it goes into your lungs and directly enters the bloodstream within minutes. Many people also prefer smoking because it provides a quick CBD boost that doesn’t last all day.

Keep in mind that while smoking CBD bud may seem similar to marijuana, you won’t get high from it. CBD is great because you can feel uplifted and relaxed without any of the euphoric effects. Some hemp flower strains may give you an energizing boost to start the day, and others may help you wind down after a long week.

Another great benefit of CBD is that it also has very few side effects. CBD is well-tolerated by most people and is impossible to overdose on.

The few side effects that have been reported are typically very mild and light, which can include:

  • Mild dizziness or nausea
  • Change in appetite
  • Dry mouth
  • Diarrhea

Smoking CBD is great because you can share your bud in social settings. Whether you are passing around a joint or a bong, everyone can join in on the fun. You can feel more relaxed and free when you smoke CBD and feel less social inhibitions.

Many smokers who take CBD report that it has helped them reduce their need to smoke cigarettes. Many smokers feel anxious or nervous and turn to nicotine and tobacco to cope. CBD is excellent for relieving any distress or discomfort and has no withdrawal symptoms.

CBD edibles are a great way to enjoy delicious recipes with the added benefits of CBD. You can cook CBD into almost anything like cookies, pasta, soups, smoothies, and much more. Look online to find your favorite dishes cooked with CBD hemp flower!

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Because hemp and marijuana are both from the cannabis family, you may find that they have similar if not the same skunky aromas. Depending on the strain, you may also detect fruity or spicy fragrances that add a little pop to the flower. After you smoke the flower, the aromas can drastically change into various smells.


All of our CBD flowers at Hollyweed are top-shelf strains of the highest quality. The best strains may depend on your CBD tolerance or flavor preference.

Some of our most popular strains are:

  • Northern Lights – Northern Lights is a legendary flower and one of our strongest CBD flower strains at over 20% CBD content. The potent effects can relieve discomfort and feelings of anxiousness. It has a distinct sweet and spicy aroma with a deep earthy taste.
  • OG Kush – OG Kush is another well-known flower strain with CBD-rich content of over 18%. It has a zesty, woody scent that is sure to provide powerful relaxing effects after a long day.
  • Sour Diesel – Sour Diesel bud may look ordinary and unassuming, but after smoking it, you will be able to experience its energizing and powerful effects. With a mix of citrus and skunky scents, this strain is going to give you a much-needed boost to start your day.
  • Skywalker OG – Skywalker OG is a hybrid CBD-rich strain that has a strong flavor profile. You can taste notes of fruit, pine, citrus, and spice that give this strain a unique taste unlike any other. The smooth mix of flavors is perfect for helping you relax and grab some rest.

Hollyweed was founded by wellness-minded individuals and cannabis connoisseurs whose sole goal was the share the benefits of CBD with the world. Through our selection of great products, we have accomplished just that. And since we’re cannabis experts, you can rest assured that you’re getting the best CBD hemp flower your money can buy.

We strive to offer only Farm Bill compliant (0.3% or less THC), American-grown hemp flower strains cultivated with your health and safety in mind. We offer a Certificate of Analysis (COA) with every CBD flower strain. These third-party lab test results ensure that you’re receiving a safe, potent, and pure product.

Because we care about quality over quantity, we have curated a selection of the best, most potent CBD flower strains around. From indicas, sativas, and hybrids, we have a strain with a robust terpene profile that will satisfy you and your needs.

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Price is never an indicator of quality, so don’t just settle for the cheapest CBD flower you can find. So how exactly do you determine high-quality CBD flower from the rest? Here’s what to look for in quality flowers.

A Certificate of Analysis (COA) is a certificate provided by third-party laboratories that certify a CBD product’s ingredients, purity, potency, and safety. In the case of CBD flower, you’ll be able to view the flower’s actual CBD and cannabinoid content.

At Hollyweed, we walk the walk and talk the talk. We provide COAs for all of our hemp flower and CBD products to consumers to ensure we’re providing the best products your money can buy.

The best quality CBD hemp flower comes from the United States, particularly Oregon, Washington, and California. This is because American-grown hemp flower is cultivated under the strict standards established by the 2018 Farm Bill and federal regulatory agencies like the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Never buy imported hemp flower as they may be cultivated with improper growing practices and not be up to our American quality standards.

Don’t just take our word for how good our hemp flower buds are — read the many positive reviews from customers just like you! You can read these positive reviews right here on our website, or you can head to Trustpilot, an unbiased, third-party review website that provides customer reviews and testimonials about businesses. We’re proud to have Trustpilot provide verified positive reviews about our products and services to help you shop with confidence.

The freshness of your hemp flower buds can be the difference between a great and horrible CBD experience. Fresh buds will be green in color, with hues ranging from light to deep green. They’ll also feel sticky and have a slightly spongy feel to them.

At the opposite end of the spectrum, you have buds that aren’t fresh. The most noticeable sign that you have an old bud is the color. Avoid buds that have a brown, oxidized appearance to them. Old buds also tend to be very dry, crumble at the touch, and have a spongy feel to them.

You can smell the freshness of fresh buds. They’ll typically have an herbal, earthy scent and a rich flavor profile unique to that strain. Bad buds will have a very harsh musky smell and an even harsher flavor.

Ensure your buds have a good trim job. Good buds typically have a teardrop shape to them. Also, make sure their stem is tight to the flower’s body, with just enough for you to grab and hold from the bottom. Any extra matter, such as the pistils of the flower or any other part that does not contain trichomes, should be tightly trimmed down to the foliage. In contrast, a poorly trimmed flower will look very rough with pistils extending from all over the bud with no uniform shape to the bud.

You can visually determine the freshness of a good-quality bud by examining the color of the flower. A fresh, cured flower will have a rich light green to a deep green color. There may be a slight haziness to the bud due to the richness of the trichomes present on the flower surface. Old flower will have an oxidized appearance with a brown, rusty color similar to peat moss.


CBD hemp flower is a fantastic way for you to enjoy the effects quickly and efficiently. It is extremely versatile, and you can smoke it, vape it, or cook it unlike CBD Topicals.  Hemp flower is the perfect product for you to experience the most natural and organic form of CBD!

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Yes, we deliver our CBD hemp flower to all 50 states! You’ll receive fresh CBD flower from Hollyweed shipped directly to your door whether you live in Alaska, Hawaii, or anywhere else in the continental United States!

Yes, shipping is free on every order all the time! There is no purchase or quantity minimum for you to receive free shipping. That means that you can buy one jar of our CBD flower or several and still pay zero on shipping!

Yes, CBD flower does contain THC, but there’s no need to be alarmed. The amount of THC in CBD hemp flower is 0.3% or less, which falls within the federally legal amount allowed by the 2018 Farm Bill. Because the amount of THC is so low, it will not induce any euphoria or cause the consumer to become inebriated by it when smoked or vaped.

Smoking CBD flower will not make you fail a drug test. This is because drug tests are given to detect the presence of THC, not CBD. And since CBD flower contains a small amount of THC (0.3% or less), these small amounts should not be enough to trigger an error of false positive.

NOTE: Daily use of CBD flower can potentially lead to gradual THC build-up. Although it’s rare to trigger a positive test, it still remains a slight possibility.

Yes, you can consume too much CBD. The amount of CBD you can handle is determined by several factors, including your health history, tolerance, CBD experience, and body weight. However, when consuming CBD flower, you may end up taking in more than what you can ideally handle. When this happens, you’ll have some mild, temporary side effects like lethargy, drowsiness, thirst, upset stomach, and diarrhea. Seek medical treatment if these side effects persist.

Yes, CBD may have side effects if taken in large quantities beyond your daily allowance. As we previously mentioned, overconsumption of CBD can lead to mild side effects like thirst, nausea, diarrhea, lethargy, and drowsiness. These effects are temporary and should subside within a few hours. Please consult your medical professional if these side effects don’t get better.

When smoking CBD hemp flower strains, you’ll feel the effects almost immediately to within 30-90 seconds of inhalation. Of all the methods to consume CBD, smoking or vaping hemp flower will produce the fastest onset of effects.

The effects of smoking hemp flower typically lasts about 3-4 hours. However, this can vary depending on your tolerance.

Yes, CBD flower can go bad if not consumed within 12 months. Like everything we consume, there is a shelf life to CBD flower. However, if stored in proper conditions, you can extend the life of your buds. We recommend using your CBD flower within a few weeks of breaking the seal on the packaging.

There are several steps you can take to extend the life of your CBD hemp flower. It would be best if you always kept your buds in their original packaging. At Hollyweed, we sell all of our hemp flower in a tamper-resistant, child-proof glass jar that protects your buds and prevents children and pets from getting to them.


Make sure you store this jar in a cool, dry place away from direct exposure to heat or light. We recommend a cupboard or drawer that children or pets can’t access. With these tips in mind, you can keep your hemp flower safe and secure and help prolong its life.

Yes, you can carry CBD products on a plane. Remember, CBD products are hemp-derived and federally legal. You can fly within the United States with CBD products as long they contain THC levels within the legal limit of 0.3% or less AND is allowed by the state you’re traveling to. You should never travel overseas with CBD products since hemp and hemp-derived products are still illegal in many countries.

Yes, you can most likely drive after taking CBD! However, you should be careful because some people can feel sleepy or drowsy after smoking CBD flower.

Many people add CBD to their daily wellness routine because it helps optimize several key biological functions important to people’s everyday functions. CBD is generally non-inebriating or habit-forming and is perfectly safe to take before driving or any other activity.

Yes, you can vape CBD hemp flower. However, you’ll need a specialized pen called a dry herb vape to do so. This type of vape pen has a chamber to place your CBD flower in. It’s activated and consumed the same way as a normal vape pen and will provide you with a smokeless experience. You’ll enjoy your favorite CBD flower strain with a rich, velvety vapor with every hit.

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