Difference Between Hemp Flower, Concentrates, and CBD Oil?

All the buzz words of CBD oil, flower, tincture, topical can leave you unsure where to start with your CBD journey.

CBD Oil / Tincture

To create a cannabidiol (CBD) tincture, often referred to as CBD oil, the hemp plant is processed to extract the CBD. CBD isolate is processed further removing all the cannabinoids and leaving pure cannabidiol.

CBD tincture is typically used under the tongue and absorbed through your sub-lingual glands. It can also be applied topically.

Sub-lingually absorbed CBD oil affects can be felt as quickly at 20-30 minutes. CBD oil swallowed can take up to 60 minutes before the affects are felt but can last longer.

CBD Flower

CBD / Hemp Flower is derived from the cannabis plant. CBD flower looks and smells like marijuana but legally will have a THC content of .3% or less.

CBD flower when smoked or vaped a person can feel the effects in as little as 10 minutes.

CBD Concentrate

CBD concentrates are high potency extracts that allows for high amount of CBD to be used quickly and efficiently.

Concentrates include Isolate, wax, shatter and others. They be vaped, dabbed, or added to other products to be used.

Questions? We love them! Fire away!