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What Is Hemp Flower and Is It Legal?

Since the decriminalization of hemp flower in most states, research into the cannabis plants and its properties has flourished. The cannabinoid CBD, in particular, is gaining traction in the wellness community as a miracle remedy for a variety of ills. Hemp flower is dried flower buds from cannabis plants that are bred to have high CBD levels and low THC levels. This means the person who uses it gets all the medical benefits of cannabis minus the effects of THC, which is responsible for the high.

It's more than just anecdotal evidence that backs up these claims, too. Science is showing that the hemp plant has a broad range of benefits for the human body

Is Premium Hemp Flower Legal?

CBD products are legal in all but eight states in North America. This means that you can legally buy hemp flower online or in a dispensary in all but the following locations:

  • Idaho
  • Wyoming
  • South Dakota
  • Kansas
  • Wisconsin 
  • Tennessee
  • South Carolina
  • Alabama

What's the Difference Between Marijuana and Premium Hemp Flower?

Marijuana flowers are dried female buds from cannabis plants bred to be dominant in the cannabinoid THC. Hemp flowers are dried female buds from a different type of cannabis plant that's produced to have low THC levels and much higher CBD levels.

The average CBD content in most hemp flower is around 10% to 30%, with a THC content of below about 3%. This amount of THC doesn't usually produce any psychoactive effects at all. On the other hand, marijuana tends to have THC levels around 20% and CBD levels of around 1%.

CBD is thought to counter some of the effects of THC, so people who enjoy the high wouldn't want the levels too high. However, it's still beneficial to ensure you get as many of the full spectrum of cannabinoids as possible. 

Premium Hemp Flower Cannabinoids and Their Health Benefits

Not many people realize exactly how much of a biohack hemp flower can be. It's got so many incredible properties that our bodies love. The majority of these benefits come from cannabinoids, terpenes and fatty acids. In particular, the cannabinoids interact directly with a system within the body that's almost made to receive them. 

The endocannabinoid system is within everyone's body, even if they've never touched marijuana or hemp flower. It's thought to be partially responsible for homeostasis — or maintaining the body's ideal functions. For example, when you have a temperature, it's the endocannabinoid system that kicks in to bring you back to normal.

Cannabinoids interact with cannabinoid receptors in the body with various fascinating outcomes.


CBD is the main compound found in hemp flower. It supports homeostasis by interacting indirectly with the CB receptors. It seems to regulate the body's response to inflammation, pain and stress. It's shown promise in relieving symptoms associated with epilepsy, mood disorders and neurodegenerative disease.


This is the acidic precursor to CBD. You can find it in abundance in raw hemp flowers. When it's burned, it converts to CBD through decarboxylation. This cannabinoid doesn't seem to interact with the endocannabinoid system. It appears to have a relationship with cyclooxygenase enzymes, which play a part in reducing inflammation and feelings of pain. CBDA also seems to have an impressive anti-nausea effect.


CBG is becoming increasingly popular. You can find hemp flower that has CBG as its main active compound. It's known as the mother of all cannabinoids because it's the most abundant cannabinoid present in immature cannabis plants. Eventually, CBG levels are very low in all types of cannabis, so cultivators must harvest early and dedicate the entire crop to CGB production. 

It's non-psychoactive, anti-bacterial and targets receptors that are responsible for pain and inflammation. CBG has shown promise as an inhibitor of specific cancer cells.


CBC is another non-psychoactive cannabinoid found in many varieties of hemp flower. Like other phytocannabinoids, it can reduce inflammation and reduce pain. It's also thought to help promote bone growth, fight bacteria and inhibit growth in abnormal cells in the body.

What Are Terpenes?

Other major players in the game of hemp flower health benefits are terpenes. These organic compounds are responsible for every flower's beautiful smell — including hemp flower. They're much more than pretty scents, though. They exist within plants to help them covert air, sunlight and water into nutrients. Not surprisingly, these potent compounds have desirable effects on the body and mind.

  • Ocimene: Find this terpene in orchids, basil, pepper, parsley and hemp flower. It's sweet and herbaceous, with antifungal properties to protect the plant. 
  • Caryophyllene: As the spiciest of the terpenes, it's also the only one to interact with the CB receptors. It's found in black pepper, cinnamon and cloves and has a spectrum of health benefits. From pain relief to anti-oxidant, anti-depressant and neuroprotective effects, it's an impressive compound.
  • Bisabolol: You can find this sweet and light terpene in chamomile as well as hemp flower. It's anti-irritant, anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory effects can soothe the immune system
  • Linalool: This floral yet lightly spiced terpene is responsible for lavender's flavor and it's found in many hemp flower strains.
  • Humulene: If you like hoppy beer and Asian food, the chances are that you'll love this terpene. It's found in cloves, coriander, basil and hops and has impressive hunger suppressing and anti-inflammatory benefits. 
  • Pinene: If you haven't guessed already, pinene is responsible for a pine-like smell in hemp flower. Lots of strains contain it, and it can help with improving airflow and combating short term memory loss.
  • Limonene: Limonene is responsible for the lemony scent some hemp flowers possess. It has anti-bacterial properties and might be effective at treating issues in the gut. 
  • Myrcene: Myrcene is the most abundant terpene in most hemp flower and cannabis flower. You can also find it in eucalyptus, mangoes, thyme, basil and lemongrass. Many users report that it relieves pain, reduces swelling and relaxes the muscles.

Weed Is Not Drugs!

Fatty acids, anti-oxidants and various other compounds also exist within hemp flower. It's time this fantastic plant lost its reputation as some kind of drug. Everything inside it is entirely natural and promotes wellness in the body and mind. 

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