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Collection: Smokable Hemp

Looking for a reasonably priced hemp flower that is also top of the line? Then you are in the right place! Organically grown Genuine American Hemp at your doorstep. Weather you looking for CBD Cigarettes, CBD Flower or pre-rolled products we have it all, and if you are looking for more information on our smokable hemp click here
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What is Smokable Hemp?

Have you tried smoking hemp yet?

If you haven’t you need to change that quick.

These days, hemp and CBD flower are being cultivated specifically for smoking. And people are loving it.

Why?

Cannabinoids (like CBD) are found in the greatest abundance in the flower of the plant. So while a CBD tincture oil could be extracted from the whole plant, hemp is all about pure and rich concentrations of CBD.

This gives people access to the numerous benefits of the hemp plant without any knock-on effects. There is a growing body of evidence to suggest that hemp can aid wellness in many areas.

Other cannabinoids can also be found in the buds, including CBG, CBN, and CBC, to name just three of over 100 cannabinoids that we know to exist.

The Rise Of Smoking Hemp

Although primarily used by younger people, older generations are increasingly getting in on the game.

The demand for smokable hemp production is growing with each month. This is amazing when you consider that only in the last few years have farmers begun breeding and manufacturing hemp into a smokable product.

THC-rich cannabis might be the most culturally known now but just wait. Hemp is being selectively bred all over the world specifically for its low THC production. In Europe, the appeal of high-CBD, low-THC hemp is growing among cannabis users looking for an alternative to traditional smoking.

In fact, the smoking hemp market grew over 500% between 2018 and 2019. The rise of smokable hemp flower is undeniable.

People love smoking hemp for a variety of reasons but most importantly are:

  • Flavour profiles
  • Smoothness
  • Terpene content


Users want to know they’re getting the best on offer and that’s why high quality smokable hemp is so valued. Hemp has been prized for a long time for its durable fibers and industrial uses. BUt only recently have farmers began to cultivate high-quality, premium CBD rich hemp.

2018 Hemp Farm Bill

In 2018, the Farm Bill was passed allowing hemp to become a commercially grown crop. It legalized the growth and manufacture of hemp provided it stayed within set guidelines (an example being a low, THC count 0.3%). While it means that hemp is a highly regulated crop in a way that marks it as different from tomatoes or basil, it provides farmers with a chance to make a real living from hemp.

Great news for smoking hemp lovers the world over.

However, since that time there has been very little in the way of unanimous agreement on legislation. This has caused problems for small businesses and farmers in various states where the rules are not clear.

Attempts to Ban Smokable Hemp

Not everyone appreciates the versatility and durability of hemp. Lawmakers from many states are alarmed at how difficult law enforcement officers find it to tell the difference between hemp or illegal pot.

For many years, law enforcers has justified arrests and searches based on the odor of cannabis. If smokables are legal, this justification will no longer suffice.

It is often impossible for law enforcers to tell apart the difference between lawful hemp flower (less than 0.3% THC) and unlawful psychoactive cannabis flower (greater than 0.3% THC). The existence of legal cannabis flower also makes prosecution much more difficult for state’s attorneys

In Louisiana and Indiana, smoking hemp products have been banned for sale since 2019. At the moment (early September 2020), Texas is still battling to decide whether it will ban the sale and manufacture of smokable hemp products.

Decisions like this might have devastating consequences on the smokeable hemp industry, farmers, and smaller, newly started industrial hemp businesses.

That said, many states have not banned hemp and it is still freely available in many places.

The Future of Smokable Hemp

By all accounts, the future of hemp is very bright. Much like the fledgling CBD flower industry, hemp is expected to grow larger and larger despite the obstacles placed in front of it. Hemp and hemp derived CBD are for better or worse tied together.

But this may well be a good thing. By 2024, the CBD oil industry is expected to be worth around $20billion.

What will hemp need to become a strong market opportunity like CBD?

First of all, it will need a more evenly distributed regulatory system. As mentioned, some states have outright banned hemp but only because of its similarities to cannabis. Contradictory and confusing laws will make it more difficult than necessary for CBD to become a flourishing industry.

There also needs to be a dedicated, trusted body that can verify the validity of CBD products from companies. This will create a deep consumer trust which is necessary for all legitimate industries. Third party lab results on-demand as well as certifications of quality manufacturing processes will be necessary.

On top of all that, the banking options for hemp companies will need to improve. Currently, U.S. banks are wary of what they deem “high risk” industries. Often there are fringe industries, however, hemp, due to its relatively unknown status, falls into this category for many institutions. It doesn’t help that people still wrongly think of hemp and cannabis as one and the same.

As the public grows more educated on hemp, learns about the health benefits, the industry will open up more and more.

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