A Beginner’s Guide to CBD Flower Dengrous

CBD stands for cannabidiol, which is a compound found mainly in the flowers of  hemp plant. The use of CBD flower is widespread all over the world, and its importance is increasing rapidly. Cannabidiol Flower is used by the same people to get the full health benefits of CBD without the drug effect associated with THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) is a medical compound. People use CBD flowers as an intoxicant.

CBD will therefore pass through your digestive system, and in particular the liver, before it can take effect. You will therefore feel the benefits later, but for a longer time. For instant effects, you can vaporise the CBD flowers. By inhaling the vapours directly, you’ll get a faster sense of well-being. It also allows you to tailor the dosage of CBD to your needs by using more or less flowers.

You can choose ready-made infusions that combine several ingredients or buy CBD flowers on their own to create a customised infusion. If you choose this second method, you can add other ingredients to add flavour or benefit from the natural effects of other plants, fruits and spices. CBD will therefore pass through your digestive system, and in particular the liver, before it can take effect. You will therefore feel the benefits later, but for a longer time. For instant effects, you can vaporise the CBD flowers.

By inhaling the vapours directly, you’ll get a faster sense of well-being. It also allows you to tailor the dosage of CBD to your needs by using more or less flowers. You can choose ready-made infusions that combine several ingredients or buy CBD flowers on their own to create a customised infusion. If you choose this second method, you can add other ingredients to add flavour or benefit from the natural effects of other plants, fruits and spices.

Our associates are happy to talk with you about the different ways you can use CBD flower and what may be best suited for your lifestyle. Optimum storage conditions include temperature and humidity control, an airtight container and limiting the amount of UV light to preserve your CBD hemp flower’s potency, flavor and effectiveness.

  1. Lower Temperatures: High-quality CBD hemp flower is dried and cured to prevent excess moisture from compromising the flower’s quality. Temperatures below 70º Fahrenheit maintain quality and reduce the conditions for mold and mildew. Too high a temperature risks drying out your bud.
  2. Terpene Shield: For your hemp flower the aroma, flavor and effectiveness are critical to your experience and that is largely controlled by the terpenes. To protect the terpenes from too much or too little humidity, we trust Boveda, the original terpene shield, Boveda 2-way humidity content creates a monolayer shield of purified water over the trichome in your hemp to protect the terpenes from evaporation outside the ideal relative humidity levels of 55% – 65% to ensure you have a full terpene experience. 
  3. Airtight storage containers: In order to maintain humidity and oxygen,  store your hemp flower in mason jars or airtight  containers like the Boveda CVault ,which is made of food grade stainless steel and impenetrable to light.
  4. Limit UV light: Exposure to light is the biggest culprit when it comes to aging hemp flower. UV light can cause hemp flower to lose both its effectiveness and potency. Keep your CBD hemp flower in a cool, dark place or container.

Signs Your CBD Hemp Flower Has Not Been Properly Stored

  • Loss of color: If your CBD hemp flower has lost color or has patches of dark discoloration bordered by fuzzy white outlines then it most likely has not been properly stored and is not safe to use. Not only is the effectiveness and potency possibly compromised, but it may contain mold and/or mildew that can be harmful.
  • Change of scent: If your CBD hemp flower has suddenly developed an unappealing or different scent, it has most likely not been stored properly. This is often due to excess moisture and leads to the development of mold and/or mildew. Consuming this CBD hemp can be dangerous to the user’s overall health.
  • Visible mold or mildew: If your CBD hemp flower has developed a loss or change of color and/or a change of scent then check for mold or mildew. Consuming CBD hemp with mold or mildew can be dangerous. It should be disposed of immediately. It is nearly impossible to tell whether or not leaves without obvious signs of mold or mildew damage also contain these contaminants, and therefore, the entire nugget should be disposed of properly.
  • Coating of terpenes on storage containers: If you notice there is a coating of the trichomes – the oils in the flower that maintain the effectiveness and potency of CBD – on the inside of the storage container, you may be improperly storing your CBD hemp flower. This often happens when the flower is stored in plastic bags rather than airtight containers, like the Boveda CVault or mason jars. 

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