Hemp Flower Tastes Delicious
Smoking hemp flower wouldn’t make any sense if it didn’t taste halfway decent. So, it’s no surprise most customers say the main reason they enjoy smoking hemp is that it tastes so dang good.
As you can see in Stacy’s hemp flower catalog, each hemp strain has been carefully cured to bring out its unique assortment of terpenes. Connoisseurs will love experimenting with all of our intoxicating flower strains to find the perfect profile for their palate.
CBD Hemp Flower Has An Immediate Effect
Another positive for CBD hemp flower is that it’s fast-acting. Within a few moments of your first hit, you should notice the calming effects commonly associated with CBD. Since there’s never more than 0.3 percent THC in our hemp flowers, there’s no need to worry about psychoactive effects.
Remember, products like CBD edibles and oils have to be processed by your liver. Not only does this process take a longer time, but it also tends to degrade the potency of whatever CBD enters your bloodstream. By smoking hemp flower, however, the CBD will go directly into your system.
Hemp Smokers Enjoy The “Entourage Effect”
The “entourage effect” is one of the most significant findings to come out of contemporary cannabis research. In a nutshell, this theory posits that hemp has its highest therapeutic potential when it is taken in its original form. Although certain compounds might have benefits on their own, it seems hemp exerts its most substantial effects when taken with complementary compounds.
Obviously, one of the easiest ways to take advantage of the entourage effect is to smoke hemp flower. On top of the benefits of CBD, hemp smokers get to enjoy the effects of terpenes, flavonoids, and lesser-known cannabinoids like CBN and CBG.
When you smoke Stacy’s hemp flower, you can rest assured you’re enjoying your chosen strain just as nature intended. Our cultivators take great pride in growing our hemp plants using 100 percent organic methods.
CBD Hemp Flower Might Help Nicotine Addicts
One fascinating reason some people smoke CBD hemp flower is as an alternative to tobacco smoking. Anecdotally, some nicotine addicts claim the soothing effect of CBD helps curb withdrawal symptoms as they try to ditch their cigarette habit.
Please keep in mind none of the products in Stacy’s Hemp Flower catalog are intended to treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The US Food and Drug Administration has yet to evaluate any of the products on stacyscbdoil.com.
IS SMOKABLE HEMP FLOWER LEGAL?
Technically, smokable hemp is legal at the federal level. The 2018 Farm Bill legalized the cultivation and sale of hemp products as long as they contain no more than 0.3 percent THC.
Although hemp is federally legal, that doesn’t mean it can’t be banned at the state level. Indeed, many US states still don’t recognize CBD products, regardless of their THC levels.
Unfortunately, some local governments still don’t have clear distinctions in place that separate high-THC marijuana from hemp. Since these two plants look and smell similar, there have been a few cases where police mistakenly charge people with possession of marijuana even when they have hemp.
Please keep in mind everything listed on Stacy’s Hemp Flower has been 3rd party lab-tested to ensure there’s no more than 0.3 percent THC content.
INDUSTRIAL HEMP VS. PREMIUM HEMP FLOWER: IS THERE A DIFFERENCE?
Long before the recent CBD boom, cultures around the world primarily viewed hemp as an industrial crop. Indeed, we have records as far back as Ancient China suggesting farmers used hemp to make clothes, ropes, and sails for ships. Today, there’s great interest in using hemp for everything from biofuel and beauty products to paper and plastic.
The reason we point this out is because many consumers mistakenly believe industrial-grade hemp is the same as premium hemp flower. While both of these crops are the same hemp plant, they are processed using very different methods.
Typically, industrial hemp farmers plant male and female seeds close together in big fields. By contrast, Jackson’s Hemp Flower takes great care to give our feminized hemp strains plenty of time and space to grow to their full potential. Our cultivators are far more interested in growing quality hemp flowers than producing vast quantities of hemp biomass.
Unfortunately, there are some companies now selling food-grade CBD products that are derived from inferior industrial-grade hemp. Not only does industrial hemp have weaker cannabinoid profiles, it often contains harsh chemicals not found in organically grown premium hemp flower.
HOW TO CHOOSE THE BEST SMOKABLE HEMP FLOWER: A FEW SUGGESTIONS
For those who are new to the world of smokable hemp, choosing a strain from our catalog might seem challenging. To help you decide what product is right for your needs, we strongly recommend looking into each strain’s terpene profile.
For those who aren’t aware, terpenes are aromatic compounds often associated with each hemp strain’s distinctive taste. Figuring out what terpenes are in each strain will give you a good idea of the flower’s aroma, flavor, and effects.
To help you on your shopping quest, here’s a useful list of the most common hemp terpenes. In addition to listing each terpene’s flavor, you’ll see the standard effects associated with each compound.
Myrcene: This mango-like terpene is commonly associated with sedation.
Limonene: Bright & citrusy, limonene usually has an energizing effect on the user.
Linalool: Found in lavender, linalool tends to have a relaxing effect on users.
Beta-caryophyllene: Spicy & peppery, this terpene might have anti-inflammatory effects.
Humulene: Also found in hops, humulene typically enhances the anti-inflammatory effects of beta-caryophyllene.
Alpha-pinene: This distinctly woodsy terpene might improve cognition and help with respiratory issues.
Eucalyptol: The defining aroma in eucalyptus trees, eucalyptol might have anti-bacterial and antioxidant properties.
By the way, Jackson’s Hemp Flower has an excellent pre-roll selection on our website. These super-convenient joints are pre-filled with our premier hand-trimmed hemp flower, so all you have to do is light the end and enjoy. Our pre-rolls are a fantastic option for new customers or for hemp enthusiasts who are always on the move.
WHY BUY FROM STACY’S PREMIUM HEMP FLOWER?
Ever since we started, Stacy’s Hemp Flower has been committed to selling the highest quality hemp flower for our customers. Derrick Jackson the co-founder our company takes the time and care required to purchase the most potent hemp products from hemp growers without the use of harmful chemicals like pesticides. Whether you’re interested in our hemp flowers, kief, tinctures, or topicals, we promise only to ship out products we would be proud to use ourselves.
If you have any questions about our products or services, please don’t hesitate to reach out to our friendly staff.
HEMP FLOWER FAQ
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Why Do People Smoke Hemp Flower?
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?
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?
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.
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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?
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 Stacy’s Hemp Flower 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 Stacy’s Hemp Flower:
- Zskittles CBD Hemp Flower
- ChemDawg OG CBD Hemp Flower
- Jack Frost CBG Premium Hemp Flower
- Afgoo CBD Hemp Flower
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Notice to Law Enforcement
What is contained on this website may appear to look like marijuana, but it is actually legal industrial hemp flower grown in compliance with the Agricultural Act of 2014, 7 U.S.C. §5940 (2014 Farm Bill), pursuant to pilot programs lawfully established under 7 U.S.C. §5940 in conformance with California Food and Agricultural Code, Division 24, §81001, et seq., and Oregon Revised Statutes §557.010, et seq. California’s and Oregon’s respective Departments of Agriculture have certified, registered, and regulated the growing of our industrial hemp in conformance with federal and state laws, rules, and regulations.
Hemp is defined by Sec 10111 of the US Farm Bill:
1) The term ‘hemp’ means the plant Cannabis sativa L. and any part of that plant, including the seeds thereof and all derivatives, extracts, cannabinoids, isomers, acids, salts, and salts of isomers, whether growing or not, with a delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol concentration of not more than 0.3 percent on a dry weight basis.”
Jackson’s Hemp Flower only sells products that meet the Federal definition of hemp (Dried hemp and hemp products containing less than .3% Delta 9 THC)
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Jacksonshempflower.com assumes no responsibility for the improper use of and self-diagnosis and/or treatment using these products. Jackson’s Hemp Flower products should not be used as a substitute for medically supervised therapy. If you suspect you suffer from clinical deficiencies, consult a licensed, qualified medical doctor.
It is important that you understand why no claims can be made about the products you order from Jackson’s Hemp Flower and we cannot suggest the use of any product that will effect a cure or affect a symptom/ailment. None of the products or information available to the public are intended to be a treatment protocol for any disease state, but rather are offered to provide information and choices regarding nutritional support for various health concerns. None of the information is intended to be an enticement to purchase and may not be construed as medical advice or instruction.