Sponsored – Low-THC, Premium Hemp Flower Strains Offer Alternative to Cannabis

Smokable hemp is evolving from its ‘ditchweed’ reputation. This evolving category is emerging as a quality, boutique strain crafted alternative to high-THC stoney marijuana… According to CBD market analysts, the hemp smoking industry made $70 million in 2019 and the sector is poised for continued and exponential growth. To help meet surging demand, hemp cultivators across North America are experimenting with advanced growing techniques, stylish packaging, and service-driven shipping options.

Even despite the recent success of this industry, there continues to be smokable hemp skeptics. Detractors argue that hemp smoking is only enjoying a wave of popularity due to its novelty and hemp critics say these customers will eventually turn away from hemp flowers once marijuana laws normalize on the Federal level.

While there’s undoubtedly a “novelty” factor associated with the rise of smokable hemp, its only one criteria behind this surging phenomenon. No doubt people gravitate towards smokable hemp because it’s a legal way to enjoy cannabis and it’s therapeutic properties in all fifty states, but as more people experiment with smoking hemp, they’re consistently impressed with the product quality offered by premium online companies like Cannaflower.

It is worth noting that “hemp” is a legal term, not a scientific one. And while there are differences between hemp and marijuana, both plants belong to the cannabis genus. So when hemp flowers are grown in similar conditions to marijuana, the result of the buds produced are remarkably similar in terms of look, feel, and burn or vape quality.

The farmers who work with Cannaflower take the time and care required to grow trichome-rich hemp buds that contain desirable and therapeutic CBD with low THC. To achieve this the cultivators use premier feminized hemp genetics to maximize cannabinoid counts. In addition, Cannaflower plants are given plenty of time and space to reach their max potency. After harvesting, our hand-trimmed buds go through extensive drying and curing processes to ensure you’re getting the highest-potency products imaginable.

The result of this care and hard work is a trichome-rich hemp flower that’s indistinguishable from marijuana. Although you won’t experience the same “high” when smoking our CBD flowers, these premier hemp buds have a heady quality, all the dank aromatics, sticky feel, and complex flavors you’d expect from well-cured full-THC strains.

To be clear, Hemp smoking isn’t “inferior” to marijuana smoking, but an alternative form of enjoying cannabis. Professionally-trimmed and rolled hemp buds like those in Cannaflower’s catalog offer customers an exceptionally high-quality smoking experience. The main distinction between hemp and high-THC buds is that the former won’t induce the more pronounced psychedelic effects associated with traditional marijuana.

Contrary to what critics say of smokable hemp, low-THC cannabis is by design and is developed by Cannaflower to support and augment different lifestyles. Both new and experienced cannabis customers enjoy experimenting with hemp flower as an alternative when they want to experience the act of smoking for relaxation and therapy, without having to experience THC’s intoxicating effects that can disrupt today’s busy schedules.

High-quality hemp flowers allow customers to experience the full potency and therapeutic properties of CBD, terpenes, and secondary cannabinoids. As more people discover the positive traits associated with smoking premium low-THC flower like those produced by Cannaflower, the expected demand for hemp flower and growth of this emerging industry is sure to expand exponentially in the coming years.

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