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A pervasive myth surrounding pot smokers is that they only want to get “stoned.” True, some weed fans love long couchlock sessions, but there are many other reasons people get into cannabis. Funny enough, many customers use cannabis strains to get out of the couch!

Recently, many cannabis customers have begun turning away from high-THC strains. Indeed, dozens of CBD weed strains now rival high-profile THC hybrids. As more patients look for “functional flowers,” it’s likely this move towards CBD weed will pick up steam.

Why Would People Smoke CBD Weed Strains?

CBD weed won’t get you “high.” Unlike THC, CBD is a non-intoxicating cannabinoid. In fact, lab tests prove CBD blocks THC from landing on CB1 receptors.

However, just because CBD won’t send you to Mars doesn’t mean it’s useless. Many studies suggest CBD may stimulate the production of “happy neurotransmitters” like serotonin and anandamide. These chemicals play crucial roles in many bodily systems, including sleep, mood, and pain.

Therefore, people who take CBD weed enjoy many benefits ascribed to THC without the risk of a psychoactive high. This could be useful when you want weed’s benefits without sacrificing your productivity. For instance, some people microdose CBD weed to enhance focus or decrease anxiety during their workday.

CBD weed could also be a fantastic “gateway option” into the wild world of cannabis. New customers don’t have to fear THC-related side effects like paranoia with high-CBD strains. Also, since hemp is legal under the 2018 US Farm Bill, more Americans could legally try CBD hemp flowers.

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What Are The Best CBD Weed Hybrids?

Before searching through lists of CBD flowers, you must recognize these strains could fall into one of two brackets: hemp or marijuana. While these cannabis plants are related, they have different legal statuses and chemical profiles.

As of 2018, CBD hemp is legal under US federal law. The 2018 US Farm Bill defines hemp as a cannabis cultivar with ≤ 0.3 percent delta-9 THC. Although some states have enacted policies against CBD hemp, it’s federally legal in the USA.

On the other hand, marijuana remains a Schedule I drug at the federal level. Therefore, you must live in a state with medical or recreational marijuana laws to buy CBD strains with over 0.3 percent THC.

Luckily for customers, there’s no shortage of options in today’s CBD flower market. However, if you’re looking for the “OG” CBD strain, you’ve got to research Resin Seeds’ revolutionary Cannatonic. Created in Spain, Cannatonic was the first significant marijuana strain with an equal CBD-to-THC ratio.

If you’re not digging Cannatonic’s earthy aromatics, then you may want to check out a few hot hemp hybrids. Strains that have already become standards in the smokable hemp market include:

• Lifter
• Cherry Wine
• Elektra

As a final note, it’s getting easier to find CBD-rich riffs on iconic marijuana hybrids. Indeed, many hemp farms now offer strains that taste like Bubba Kush, OG Kush, or Sour Diesel.

Be sure to keep all of these options in mind as you navigate the exciting CBD flower market.