Often many customers who are fresh into the topic of CBD flowers think that the CBD content is the decisive factor for quality and effect. Most of the time, however, this is a delusion of some brands who want to maximize their profits by misleading information. Many of the brands themselves don't know what distinguishes good from bad CBD. There are a few factors to consider with CBD flowers to make sure the products you are consuming are good.
Myth 1: The higher the CBD content, the higher the quality of the flower!
This statement is quite simply an illusion. Because the reality is different. A CBD flower with more than 15% always corresponds to poor quality. Theoretically, the flowers of a hemp plant cannot contain more than 10% CBD after washing down the THC. Any further processing of the flower causes a great loss of quality and disrupts the healthy interaction of all cannabinoids. A processing to 15% is in our opinion that what you can get the most out of it. Anything else is an insult to the hemp bloom.
Myth 2: CBD is the most important substance in the plant!
After several attempts and our own studies, we found out relatively quickly that the active ingredient CBD alone is not responsible for a pleasant effect. It's more the chemical interaction of all cannabinoids. There are over 110 different cannabinoids in a hemp plant, all of which do their part. So you often have to try it out to ensure that the right composition for your own body crystallizes out, because every body reacts differently. Actually, CBD flowers should be renamed due to the fact :-)
Our suggestions: miracle flower, hemp flower or just marijuana.
Myth 3: CBD flowers are all the same!
We were often confronted with the statement, especially from kiosk operators who were keen on sales, that CBD is all the same, that customers all have no idea about it anyway and that they also celebrate the kiosk bulkhead. However, as some of you already know, there are major differences in the cultivation of cannabis. These can already be seen with the naked eye and their smell and effect are extremely noticeable. There are basically 3 types of cultivation that can be used as a measure of quality.
Plant cannabis that has grown outdoors. This is the lowest form of quality in the CBD flower sector. As a loose tea, however, it's a good thing because it's usually cheaper for the end user.
It is sad, however, that during our reviews we have discovered some CBD brands that have placed their products in kiosks (lates) that have exactly this quality feature. Mostly reworked so that it has 30 or 40% CBD and confuses the customer. Due to the low purchase prices, the kiosk operators usually follow suit, since the well-being and honesty towards the customers is the last priority.
Greenhouse is somewhere between good and bad. There are quite good farmers who are real artists in greenhouse cultivation and others who should do something different. Greenhouse can be thought of as a kind of greenhouse and in some cases it is very good. But here, too, the CBD content is often played with, so that the natural quality of the flower is damaged.
Indoor is the king of the CBD flowers. The most expensive and high quality in production. Due to the cost-efficient extension, many kiosks and petrol stations do not see investing 50 cents more for the good piece in order to offer the customer premium quality and prefer to go outdoors or greenhouse. Treating an indoor flower with CBD is, from the point of view of experienced professionals and enthusiasts, a shame and an absolute no-go compared to the hemp plant.
And finally ...
We recommend that you take a closer look at companies and brands before you put the 40% greenhouse dummies in your body. Most of the time, these companies don't have proper reviews and aren't known for good quality.
We also do not recommend buying CBD flowers that are stored or sold in clear jars or plastic cans. As these are a sign of incompetent companies that do not even want to care about good packaging units. We understand that some customers find the flowers in a jar very beautiful. But what do you actually want to acquire? A quality flower that has not been stewed by sun and UV in a glass or a dry flower with a beautiful glass. Outside ui, inside ugh :-D
We hope we could shed some light on the CBD market. If you have any questions, we are of course always available.
HHC - A risky journey down the dark road of illegality and health hazards
The debate about HHC flowers leads us to an unequivocal judgment: these products are in the shadow realm of illegality and pose significant health risks. Another worrying aspect is the obscure origin of many of these products. They often come from sources where the exact composition and manufacturing practice remain in the dark.
Those seeking a psychoactive experience might consider, rather than venturing into the uncharted waters of HHC, going straight for THC - a substance whose effects and ingredients are better researched and known.
In stark contrast to HHC is CBD, a naturally occurring cannabinoid that is not artificially created. It has no psychoactive properties, making it an ideal choice for those looking to reap the potential benefits of cannabinoids without experiencing the haze of a high.
At the end of the day, making well-informed and conscious decisions is crucial. The wise move is to give products of dubious legality and manufacturing practices a wide berth, relying instead on safe, legal alternatives. Not only is HHC use illegal, but it can also pose significant health risks—a risk simply not worth taking.