The flowers of female cannabis are called CBD buds. Also known as hemp flower, this flower contains very high cannabidiol and low amounts of THC (tetrahydrocannabinol).
These flowers can be grown both outside and inside. However, CBD sprouts grown in-house are generally of good quality and potency.
It usually takes about three and a half months to flower. This plant contains over 100 phytocannabinoids such as THC, CBG, CBD, CBC, CBN, etc. and has medicinal properties.
Although hemp and cannabis are the same species, they are not identical. Do not confuse cannabis/cannabis buds and cannabis buds even though they smell and look identical, as they contain the same compounds, terpenes and flavonoids. One difference that changes everything is the different levels of THC.
Cannabis (marijuana) contains high amounts of THC and low levels of CBD buds. THC is a psychoactive compound and is known to elevate your mood. Hemp flowers also contain THC, but in small enough quantities that it doesn’t have the mind-altering properties of cannabis buds.
Hemp has been used for thousands of years and is known for industrial purposes such as insulation, biofuels, paper, textiles and more.
The 3 main ways to consume CBD sprouts are:
Vaping is a very effective and quick way to consume CBD buds to relieve pain as they are absorbed through the bloodstream and reach the brain quickly. It’s a good choice for people who don’t like smoking, and a better alternative even for those who don’t want the side effects of putting smoke in their lungs. Because smoke, after all, is terrible for our health. People use vape pens or vaporizers as an alternative for vaping.
Great for people who like to smoke but want to stay away from smoking (tobacco) or who want to quit smoking. Studies have shown that the process of sprouting CBD helps people quit smoking.
If you want quick results, you can choose between vaping or smoking CBD buds. Dosage can also be adjusted.