CBD flower is cannabis bud that helps people relax without feeling out-of-their-mind high. In fact, if you do feel out-of-your-mind high from a high THC product, you can even use CBD to bring you back down to equilibrium. Today’s indica and sativa strains contain as much as 25 percent THC, much higher than mom and dad's schwag from the 60s. Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is just one of many cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant and CBD also makes up a sizable portion. Some cannabis growers have opted to cultivate for cannabidiol (CBD) for a therapeutic and non-psychoactive experience. While CBD flower does contain low levels of psychoactive THC, the high levels of CBD regulate the effects of THC.
Why CBD and not THC
High CBD and low THC flower can alleviate chronic pain, inflammation, seizures, and anxiety. Specifically, CBD flower can help reduce symptoms associated with multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, arthritis pain, Dravet’s Syndrome, and some anxiety disorders. When smoked or vaped, CBD flower can deliver immediate effects for acute symptoms. Since consuming CBD flower requires inhalation, it may not be the best consumption method for people with respiratory problems, children or the elderly.
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