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Premium Hand Trimmed Hemp Buds

Trimmed CBD Flower doesn’t have any excess leaves or stems. These beautifully manicured CBD nugs contain high amounts of cannabidiol, plant terpenes, other cannabinoids, and only trace amounts of THC. In states without medicinal and recreational cannabis laws, hemp flower can only contain 0.3% THC or less, which is what you’ll find here at Dr.Ganja’s online CBD store.

Our hand trimmed hemp flower starts out as industrial hemp that’s been cultivated with quality in mind. From there it’s been processed to provide a pure and smooth form of CBD flower — without any excess plant matter. Trimmed hemp flower is picked specifically for the quality of the CBD buds.

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Where Do CBD Buds Come From?

CBD buds come from hemp — a member of the Cannabis sativa L. family. It’s often referred to as the cousin of marijuana. By definition, industrial hemp has 0.3% THC or less by dry weight. The main cannabinoid found in hemp is CBD and there are large concentrations of it in the flower. This makes hemp buds particularly attractive for those wanting to get the most out of their CBD consumption.

Before CBD buds become available for sale, the hemp plants are harvested. The next step is to allow the plants ample time to dry. Then the flower buds get snipped off the stalks, trimmed, and then packaged and ready to hit the shelves.

Besides producing hemp flower or CBD oil, the hemp plant has numerous other uses. For the past 10,000 years, hemp was grown in abundance because of its usefulness and versatility. People relied on its stalks, seeds, flower, and leaves to make items such as paper, clothing, shoes, sails, rope, houses, lantern oil and much more.

Uses For CBD Flower

The most common reason people buy CBD flower is to smoke or vape it. Just like other cannabis buds, hemp flower can be ground up and rolled in joints, smoked in a pipe, a vaporizer, or bong. But there are other ways to enjoy your trimmed hemp buds. You can make homemade CBD oil and CBD butter and use it to create delicious edibles.

Additionally, hemp flower is a great option for those who enjoy smoking cannabis with out the effects of getting high. CBD is non-psychoactive and contains large concentrations of CBD. In other words, it has low THC and high CBD. At Dr. Ganja, we offer a collection of high premium CBD strains. These strains are well-suited for CBD connoisseurs, those who’ve dabbled with CBD, as well as first-time hemp smokers.

Tips for Buying Trimmed CBD Flower Online

When you’re looking for premium CBD flower online, spend a bit of time reading about the CBD strain. Look to see where the hemp flower was grown. The location is important because some CBD companies source their hemp from China or certain European countries that don’t have agricultural standards in place to ensure the quality and safety of its plants. The United States, on the other hand, has strict growing policies for hemp farmers, so products from the U.S. are better.

Also, look to see if the CBD flower was organically grown. The product description online should mention this. If not, try to find the Certificate of Analysis (COA). This is where a third-party lab shows the results of their testing.

In general, the COA will tell you if the CBD nugs were tested for pesticides, heavy metals, molds, residual solvents, and other contaminants. If there’s no COA posted online, reach out to the retailer and ask them to email you a copy. Not all CBD companies will respond, and others might not have any lab reports to show you. In this case, it’s probably best to look elsewhere until you find hemp flower that meets all your criteria.

Besides looking into the growing conditions, another helpful tip is to read a few dozen customer reviews about the product. You can often find descriptive information about the CBD strain you’re researching, like the smell, taste, and its effects.

Dr. Ganja carries lots of hand trimmed CBD flower on its online marketplace, including some of the best CBD strains available today. Even more, the site includes hundreds of verified customer reviews, product images, and a copy of the Certificate of Analysis next to each product.