Pros and Cons of CBD Flower
Posted by andrewpaul on May 17th, 2021
The debate over whether or not CBD is more effective as a medicinal drug than the more well-known types of marijuana is coming to light. The question has been debated by many people across the United States and the world. Some people argue that because CBD doesn't contain any THC, it should not have any impact on driving and should not be considered as a gateway drug. Others believe that while it may not affect driving, the body does contain enough of the "feel good" chemicals in it to cause a "high," as some call it.
So what's the answer? The answer: form of cannabis flower that contains CBD-rich CBD. A CBD-rich flower is one that was developed to specifically increase the level of CBD present in the plant. Typically, they are CBD-bred cannabis flowers that already have very little to no THC present. Or, they could be other species of cannabis grown specifically to increase the level of CBD in the plant. Many studies, however, show that CBD is not the most effective when used alone.
How can CBD be used with other medicines? For many years, many people have tried to make CBD into a supplement or topical product, usually in the form of a topical ointment. This product features CBD and THMs together in what is called a CBD cream. The purpose of this topical product is to provide relief from the pain caused by inflammation. It provides a source of relief for those who are suffering from muscle spasms or who suffer from painful rashes. By making the topical product with CBD, many believe that sufferers can overcome their pain more effectively.
There are many strains of cannabis flower, which are high in CBD and low in THC. However, the most successful way to use CBD is to use it with another pharmaceutical product called cannabis flower extract. There are two separate products offered by two different companies. One product offers CBD-rich flower extract mixed with THC. The second offers a completely organic product which only contains CBD and nothing else. While both products are very similar, each offers distinct advantages.
The organic strains tend to be lower in THMs than the comparable strains found in the CBD-rich flower. The organic strains also grow faster and bear more fruit when they are harvested. In addition, the plants do not require replanting, allowing you to harvest much more CBD flower at a time without having to replant the entire plant. If you prefer to collect your plants at the peak of ripeness, an organic variety will enable you to do so. If you prefer a slower growth pace, the CBD-rich strain will suffice.
When choosing CBD flower, it is important to consider not just the potency but also the ratio of THC to CBD in the product. Some strains are high in THC but very low in CBD. In this case, it would be wiser to choose a CBD flower that contains a lesser amount of THC. This allows for a higher potency AND a lower amount of CBD. For example, a strain with a higher CBD but lower THC will produce a higher potency than a strain with a lower CBD but a higher amount of THC. Because it is so easy to grow and make your own, growing your own CBD flower is fast, simple, and fun.
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