What Is Hemp Bud?

Hemp buds are first-class flowers obtained from the hemp plant. The difference between hemp and marijuana is related to the THC, also known as tetrahydrocannabinol, in the plant. THC is the only intoxicating ingredient that is also known as a psychoactive component in the cannabis plant. You can also buy the best hemp flower through various websites.

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According to federal law, the cannabis plant is defined as "hemp" with a content of less than 0.3 percent and is considered legal. Cannabis plants above 0.3% are considered marijuana and are federally illegal (though some states have legalized marijuana within national boundaries).

After all, hemp and marijuana are the same types of plants. Only one variety was bred to contain large amounts of intoxicating compounds and the others were not! 

After the Federal Agriculture Act was passed, the medical community started increasing research into other non-narcotic cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant, such as CBD  and CBG. 

This sparked a growing concern in hemp-derived goods, and consequently, the advantages of smokable, great CBG or CBD hemp flower.

While hemp developed for fiber (and grain) is still a useful application of the hemp plant, hemp plant fiber is very different from the resulting CBD hemp varieties. Hemp fiber gets very tall and straight with comparatively tiny herbs and colas. 

CBD hemp is very similar to the traditional cannabis plant. The plant is saturated, heavily branched, full of very oily and thick flower buds.

CBD hemp buds are equivalent in looks, yield, and steady fragrance to cannabis buds. Only without THC and intoxicating consequences. Also, hemp is federally protected.