CBD flowers: everything you need to know about THC-free legal hemp flowers

CBD flowers: everything you need to know

Modified on: 19/04/2024


CBD cannabis flowers, also known as CBD flowers or CBD inflorescences, are among the most debated topics in recent years.

The reason is straightforward. It is an innovative product that made a great success as soon as it appeared on the market, marijuana flowers without THC (or rather, with THC at negligible percentages) but with a high CBD content, the beneficial cannabinoid of hemp.

The effects of legal marijuana and products derived from it, such as CBD oil and legal hashish, are very different from high-THC marijuana.

The main difference is that tetrahydrocannabinol has psychotropic effects, while cannabidiol acts exclusively on the muscle level.

After giving you an idea of ​​the peculiarities of CBD cannabis, we want to talk to you about this product in detail, so that you have an obvious concept of its production and its properties.

Let’s get started right away!

The effects of CBD marijuana compared to high THC marijuana

What are CBD weed and flowers, and how are they produced?

Legal weed flowers are very low THC (<1%) cannabis buds that typically have high CBD percentages. These are carefully harvested and dried hemp flowers, which are then vacuum packed to preserve their aromas and properties to the maximum.

What happens in Europe? In Switzerland, CBD cannabis plants can be grown legally since 2017, following law 242/2016. Hemp producing companies use organic cultivation techniques: for example, they avoid using pesticides and chemical fertilizers, favouring the natural development of the plant.

In this regard, CBD bud farmers pay scrupulous attention to plants, growing them in environments and with ideal methods for the correct development of the CBD stem and inflorescences.

Once developed and ripe, hemp flowers are harvested, dried and processed to eliminate small leaves and other residues. This procedure is called “tanning”.

At this point, the flowers can be packed and sent to retailers. Specifically, we at Justbob first send a sample of all batches to specialized analysis laboratories (such as the laboratory of the University of Milan analysis) to test the quantities of THC present in the flowers.

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We then take care of the packaging of all batches that comply with the THC limit set by law, which is 1%, and we market the legal marijuana flowers online, in our Justbob cannabis CBD online shop. Batches with THC percentages above 1% are rejected instead.

Why? What are the effects of THC, and how do they differ from CBD?

The effects of CBD marijuana compared to high THC marijuana.

The Italian law requires that the THC in the flowers of CBD weed /  be less than 0.2%, with tolerated percentages of up to 1%. The reason is that THC (an acronym for tetrahydrocannabinol) is a substance that acts on the psyche.

For CBD, on the other hand, there is no limit since it is a substance that acts exclusively at the body level. Specifically, the effects of cannabidiol (and therefore of legal cannabis and derivatives) are the following:

  • relaxing
  • pain relievers
  • antispasmodics
  • anticonvulsants
  • anti-inflammatory
  • antiemetics
  • hypotensive
  • immunomodulators

Unlike THC, CBD is neither addictive nor addictive.

The effects of CBD marijuana compared to high THC marijuana

The marijuana and hashish high THC content can be produced, however, the following short-term effects (the different effects that can be diametrically opposed to each other, depend on many factors, including the mental status of the consumer and the variety of marijuana taken):

  • euphoria
  • muscle and mental relaxation
  • slowing of reflexes and movements
  • mood, cognitive, motor alterations
  • memory impairment
  • depression
  • anxiety
  • happiness
  • increased creativity and concentration
  • And much more.

Despite being a soft drug, it is still a psychoactive substance, so you need to be very careful and avoid abuse. Although marijuana overdose cannot be verified in any way, the long-term side effects are decidedly negative: among these, we find addiction, psychological dependence and psychosis in predisposed subjects.

Otherwise, very low THC Sativa hemp is not a drug and has no psychotropic effect. Neither CBD buds, oil nor CBD hash, can alter the human psyche and perception of reality.

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CBD flowers and more: here are all the products derived from legal hemp.

Both flowers and other products are obtained from CBD hemp, including pre rolled joint, CBD oil, herbal teas, ointments, creams and much more. Food companies can also see dried seeds, flour, edible hemp oil and many other products destined for the table.

Everything derived from Sativa hemp plants is legally marketable in Switzerland, as long as it maintains THC percentages following the law.

Do you want to buy CBD flower online, but also CBD oil and hashish?

Visit our Just Bob shop now: you will be amazed by the products’ variety (and quality)! We are waiting for you!