CBD flowers are obtained from special varieties of technical hemp (hemp flower), rich in cannabidiol. However, in addition to CBD, these plants contain a number of other naturally occurring cannabinoids that, along with CBD, act on our endocannabinoid system to help our body stay in the right balance.
Cannabidiol, or CBD, is a substance that occurs naturally in the cannabis plant. However, unlike the more well-known THC, which comes from the same plant, CBD does not cause a change in consciousness . It is good to know that, despite this fundamental difference, classic marijuana and CBD canes cannot be distinguished purely by their appearance and smell.
While the effects and therapeutic potential of CBD are still the subject of scientific research and therefore no official claims can be made on the effects on human health, users' personal experiences clearly suggest that CBD can affect ailments such as mental discomfort, poor sleep, problematic skin or chronic pain.
CBD in the form of a flower does not go through any extraction process, for example, unlike CBD oil. During this, natural waxes and other cannabinoids are eliminated for the plant. To obtain a flower, you only need to harvest and dry the plant. The flower therefore retains a much greater number of beneficial ingredients and is an increasingly popular way to administer CBD.