One way you can experience the therapeutic effects of cannabidiol (CBD) and other cannabinoids is by consuming (smoking or ingesting) raw, unprocessed CBD-rich hemp flower buds.
With only a minimal content of the psychoactive compound THC (less than 0.3%), industrial hemp flowers obtained from different cannabis species contain a high level of CBD and are legal to buy without a prescription.
Whether you choose to smoke them or make edibles with them, CBD hemp flowers can help you relax and unwind due to the calming effect of cannabidiol and other cannabinoids. While researchers are still trying to figure out the exact mechanism of action of CBD in the human body and prove its clinical efficacy, you are free to give it a try and judge the results for yourself.
Sine the legalization of industrial hemp in the USA in 2018, many different strains of CBD-rich hemp plants have been developed and more novel strains are constantly being bred and introduced to the market.
Different hemp flower strains differ in their shape, color, smell and taste. They also differ in their content of cannabinoids and terpenes, and as a result they may have different primary and secondary therapeutic effects.
Terpenes are aromatic compounds found in hemp and other plants. The type and amount of terpenes present in each strain define its smell and taste, and may also have their own added health benefits.
The question of which CBD hemp flower tastes best mostly comes down to varying personal tastes and preferences. Each strain has its fans and you will probably have to try a few different ones to find out which strains suit your personal taste.
That said, there are certain strains that are widely agreed to have a more pleasant taste and flavor compared to others, making them a good starting point for beginners. The following are six popular strains known for their superior taste:
- Sour Space Candy
- Sour Diesel
- Abacus Diesel
- Suver Haze
- Bubba Kush