1 – Cannabinoids, both THC and CBD, need to be decarboxylated for maximum benefit. Don’t let the term confuse you. It’s a simple process that involves tossing your flower in the oven on low heat. Here are some simple decarboxylation instructions.
2 – Cannabidiol is fat soluble, which means it breaks down and is stored in fat. This is why recipes often call for cannabis-infused oils or butters, instead of flower.
The 6 best ways to begin adding Hemp Flower – CBD – into your food, supplements and personal care regimes are ….
2 – Hemp/CBD Honey
There’s nothing like a little honey to soothe your body and soul. It has a host of known health benefits. And few things go better with honey than a little cannabis.
CBD-infused honey is just as simple to make as CBD oil. Plus, it’s versatile enough to include in a variety of dishes. Break out the baking pans, spread it on some toast or get out the baking pans.
3 – Hemp/CBD Tea
Hemp/CBD flower makes a natural addition to any homemade teas that you already enjoy.
Tea is a wonderful way to combine Hemp/CBD with other herbs in order to get the “Entourage Effect”. Consider blending your Hemp/CBD flower with:
Black or green tea leaves mixed with CBD for a caffeine boost or to knock out a headache
Chamomile CBD to reduce anxiety and promote a good night’s sleep
Peppermint CBD for upset stomachs
You can also dry out your flower and toss it in a tea ball but the feelings will be less subtle. If you want stronger results, remember to pop your flower in the oven before making your tea blend. Also try adding some coconut oil or heavy creamer to your tea to increase cannabinoid absorption.
4 – CBD Capsules
Some people don’t like the way cannabis changes the flavor of their food. If you’re one of these people, there is another way to get your daily cannabinoids, simply make Hemp/CBD capsules.
5 – Hemp/CBD caps can truly be the right option for those who are already taking vitamins or other supplements.
6 – CBD Bath bombs
Topical products are great remedies for those using CBD for pain relief. Bath bombs and bath salts can be a great way to get Hemp/CBD into your body care and regulate your Endocannabinoid System. While you can find some of these products at your local Harvest dispensary, they’re fun and easy to make at home.
Simply add your dried Hemp/CBD flower into your bath, but we recommend making a Hemp/CBD-infused coconut oil and adding the oil to a bath bombs recipe. The coconut oil will enhance the effects of the Hemp/CBD.
Other than using the basic Hemp/CBD bath bomb recipe, try using essential oils, food coloring and shaping molds to customize your bath bombs.
Cascade CBD Flower$12.00 – $360.00
Cascade is sure to delight the senses with its citrusy aroma and smooth taste. A treat for the mind and body that is enhanced by its terpene supply: Cascade contains dominantly α-Pinene, δ-Limonene, β-Caryophyllene, and Geranyl Acetate; the latter of which is found in many essential oils and no doubt lends to Cascade’s fruity almost floral smell.
Cascade CBD hemp flower is available in 5 size variants, tested at 14.39% CBD and contains less than 0.3% Delta 9 THC.
Grown in the USA.
This product is sold and shipped only within the United States. This product does not ship internationally.
Available in 1 gram, 3.5 grams, 7 grams, 14 grams and 1 ounce increments.
Vape, smoke, use for extractions and cook with it. Effectively, Herba can recommend use as you would with any other CBD or hemp flower.
Sour Space Candy CBD Flower$12.00 – $360.00
Sour Space Candy CBD flower is a Sour Tsunami and ERB cross. Very aromatic and pungent, Sour Space Candy hemp flower will have a similar flavor to strains such as GG4 and the Sour Diesel / Chem / OG lines; however, the contribution of ERB transforms the flavor into something that can only be described as: sour candy from outer space!