The term CBD hemp flower refers to the buds or flowers that form on the female hemp plant. CBD hemp buds form on the end of the branches of the female hemp plant and can typically take 3-4 months to develop before being ready to harvest. We bring you the most beautiful low THC buds available today. We stock indoor, greenhouse, and outdoor-grown buds. All of our products are -0.2% THC so won't get you high like traditional cannabis. It's kind of like non-alcoholic beer.
It's easy to get confused as people use different ways to describe the same thing! Same slang/nicknames, but with CBD or Cannabidiol as a prefix. So, CBD hemp, CBD cannabis, CBD weed, CBD buds, and CBD flowers are all the same thing; they all describe the flower from the female cannabis plant. All these phrases are describing the same thing, low THC naturally grow hemp. They are flowers from the female hemp plants and contain virtually no THC. Without the THC compound being present, it doesn't cause the consumer to feel high. Hard to believe this is true.
HOW TO CONSUMEThough we cannot encourage you to consume your CBD hemp flowers physically, let us take a detailed look at how people worldwide take their buds daily. Disclaimer: These products are not intended to treat, cure, prevent any illness or disease. Please always refer to your physician or medical healthcare professional for medical advice.
Drink them. People all over the world consume hemp tea. Easy to make and soothing to drink. Its made from steeping leaves from the cannabis or hemp plant in hot water. Read our complete guide to hemp tea here.
Smoke it While we don't advise it, lots of people do smoke or vape their CBD flowers. Smoking CBD flowers can deliver immediate effects to the consumer. Communally smoked in a bong or more preferably in a vaporizer and then on the other spectrum of "smokes" you have joints and blunts. Read our complete guide to rolling a CBD joint here.
Eat them It's also possible to add CBD flowers to different dishes. BUT remember to always Decarb your CBD Weed before eating it. Far healthier alternatives than smoking, eating CBD brownies, or other types of CBD edibles might be a good option for many people. Read our guide on how to Decarb CBD flowers here.
Is CBD Legal?YES. CBD is legal in the UK. Users won't experience the traditional high associated with cannabis. and contain low levels of psychoactive THC.The key difference between legal weed and illegal weed is the tetrahydrocannabinol content. Our CBD buds and CBD flowers are harvested from specially bred hemp plants that contain low THC and high CBD levels which makes them non-psychoactive. Most CBD hemp flowers sold to consumers are not pollinated and don't contain any seeds.
Grown from EU-certified varieties of industrial hemp that have a low level of the psychoactive ingredient tetrahydrocannabinol to the smallest quantity possible. They will not get you high! Different strains of CBD hemp flowers contain varying levels of cannabinoids. Strains can typically range between 2%-20% CBD. Some strains of illegal cannabis can contain up to 30% THC! These have psychoactive ingredients inside and lord knows what else!
ALL of our cannabinoid products contain low levels of tetrahydrocannabinol, less than the legal 0.2% THC limit, and less than 1mg per packet or product. So don't worry, you won't feel high from BudCBD's supply!
Here we test the CBD, THC, and CBG levels. We do this for every CBD strain we carry and we link the test certificates via QR code on each pack of bud we ship. Traceable, transparent, verifiable. See our lab reports here.
CAN I GET HIGH FROM IT?No, you can't get high from taking CBD Buds! These Cannabidiol flowers don't contain the phscoatcive cannabinoid compound that creates the "high feeling." The reason why THC makes you feel high is the way that the compounds bind to receptors in the endocannabinoid system. CBD products sold in the EU contain less than 0.2% THC, so consumers don't feel its effects. THC is the cannabinoid that causes users to experience that high feeling.
IS CBD ADDICTIVE?NO. Cannabidiol (CBD) is not mentally or physically addictive. More research needs to be done by peer-reviewed groups, but its widely believed CBD is NOT addictive. has been shown not to be addictive. Among the BudCBD team, we have a couple of recovering THC addicts, you can read about one person's battle with THC ADDICTION.
DOES IT CONTAIN NICOTINE?No, hemp doesn't contain any nicotine. Unlike tobacco which does and it also is shown to contain over 147 other added chemicals added by cigarette companies or commonly know as BIG TABBCACO. UNLIKE cigarettes, hemp isn't heavily processed. Our hemp is harvested and dried naturally and has zero chemicals added to it, unlike tobacco. Our CBD prerolls are guaranteed to contain no tobacco, never have NEVER will!
CBD HEMP FLOWER COST?Hemp flowers and CBD buds vary in cost. In the UK and across the EU, prices range from £5-£15 per gram depending on the strain and also depending on the quality brought with most offering a discount if brought on the oz. Often people think CBD bud should be cheaper than illegal street cannabis, but the reality is quite different as CBD flower suppliers have quite a few more overheads than roadmen. Firstly we pay VAT and tax on all sales. Delivery, website, labor, packaging, branding.
These individual packages don't include more than 1mg of THC per package. These products are for professional use or collectors. Bud CBD is not responsible if people use them for any other purpose.
Price per gram?Typically CBD flowers and buds are sold by the gram. These grams sell for anywhere between £5-£15 depending on the quality and variety. Indoor grow CBD strains are the most expensive and those strains were grown outside are the least costly as they can grow acres at a time The indoor flower costs £10-£17 per gram. Now, this is expensive, but quality costs. These indoor hemp flowers are the best you can get. They look just like high strength THC cannabis. However, these CBD flowers won't get you high. Greenhouse flower costs, £7-11 You can grow big plants in greenhouses and achieve some stunning results. I love flowers that have been grown in greenhouses. Outdoor CBD flowers, £6-8, these CBD flowers are often grown in the soil out in the wild! The buds produced by hemp plants grown outside are typically darker green and have a more earthy scent.
DO CBD FLOWERS SMELL?CBD flowers do smell, however, not in the way traditional cannabis does. The range of smells and aromas vary from sweetish, sourish, fruity, citric, floral. The combination of terpens that gives to a flower or a plant its particular smell and aroma. These fragrances, created by the different terpenes and cannabinoid compounds produced naturally by the hemp plant. Terpens produced by a variety of plants and are not exclusive to hemp and cannabis plants. Terpens create all the flavors we know and love from the zest of a lemon to the spicy zing of a chili.
Not only do CBD buds smell and taste different from high thc weed strains, but they also look different when you examine it with the naked eye. CBD bud doesn't typically have a scent as strong or as potent as regular "skunk weed," but it does have a rich range of different fragrance depending on the CBD strain. Our CBD flowers contain a different array of cannabinoids and terpins from normal street cannabis and also they also don't contain THC, which can make up 30% of street cannabis! How the bud is dried and stored can have an impact on the overall smell and taste. Check out some reviews of our CBD to see how these guys thought they smelt and tasted.
Avoid bud that smells like these things: Buds that stink like hay Buds that have no odor at all Buds that are still wet or moist Buds that haven't dehydrated or dried correctly Bud that is brown and look old, also know as schwag weed.
Question: How are they grown?Growing these CBD cannabis plants is an art form. Selecting the correct strains, growing methods, and the location is key. There are 3 mains scenarios were to grow, CBD hemp, either, indoors under artificial lights, in polytunnels and greenhouses or outside in the field.
Question: Do "hemp flowers" smell like regular weed? Honestly, after being a user of full strength/ high THC cannabis for several years, I can tell if its CBD buds by looking at them and by smoking them. The smell of the CBD flowers I have used doesn't have the potent smell of full-fat THC weed. They certainly have a pretty sweet flavor, but for anyone more than a novice stoner, I think it is pretty easy to identify the difference between hemp flowers and illegal skunk.
ANY SIDE EFFECTS?Its widely believed that Cannabidiol products don't have any side effects. However, especially at high concentrations, some people may experience some side effects when they take CBD. Some pharmaceutical medicines can interact and cause adverse side effects when used in conjunction with CBD.
Where To Buy Them?Online? I think to buy CBD buds online is a good option. Order and they get delivered through your letterbox the next day* We send buds to customers all over the UK, with customers requesting delivery to Scotland, Ireland, Cornwall and beyond.
It's secure, and they get delivered by the post person the next day (if you chose the right company) with more people wanting to try this legal alternative. Supply must meet demand. The market has enormous potential.
Street deals? I'm not sure there are even people selling CBD buds on the street? Why risk it when you can securely do it online?