Get Your Calculator Out!!! It’s all About the Numbers in CBD Hemp
“It’s all about the numbers in CBD hemp that make it effective and determine how potent any particular hemp flower is.”
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TABLE of CONTENTS
- Cannabinoid Concentration
- Terpene Numbers
- The CBD Numbers in Flowers
- “The Numbers” Last Words
- Strains CBD Weekly Specials “Spotte”
It’s about the numbers in CBD hemp flower and as of today, the current cannabinoid count is 113 but a more important number to discuss is 60. There are 60 cannabinoids which have only been identified in the hemp plant. We hear a lot about CBD in hemp and the many benefits of it. And we also know a lot about the second most common Cannabinoids called Delta 9-THC. The next two most common cannabinoids are Cannabigerol (CBG), Cannabichromene (CBC) and Cannabinol (CBN).
About the Numbers in CBD Hemp – Cannabinoid Concentration
The cannabinoid concentration is different in the various hemp strains and the concentration in each plant is also different. However, there are only three or four cannabinoids in concentrations above 0.1% in a single plant. The cannabinoids are stored in the crystals of the hemp plant. These crystals are called trichomes which are a topic for another time.
It’s about the numbers in CBD hemp flower as the numbers are multiplying rapidly of individuals realizing a reduction in cancer cell growth, minimizing of seizures and a decrease of inflammation and so much more. Because of this, an abundance of CBD products are emerging and flooding the market. From CBD oils and CBD infused topicals, as well as CBD tincture and CBD oil capsules, all these things have been made possible because President Trump signed the 2018 Farm Bill legalizing hemp as long as it contained 0.3% or less of THC.
About the Numbers in CBD Hemp – Numbers Terpenes
Terpenes have a range of characteristics in regard to flavor, aroma, and, to remember, medicinal properties. Scientists have discovered over 20,000 different but there are a few over 200 in hemp. There are 60 dominant ones which have been carefully studied. Another piece of information here is that terpenes and terpenoids are not the same even though they have a similar hydrocarbon chain.
- Myrcene – This terpene has savors similar to aging mangoes, bay leaves and lemon grass. It is sedating and relaxing.
- Limonene – The savors are similar to what is in citrus peels with a strong lemon scent and peppermint. Its effects are elevating and stress relieving.
- Pinene — This terpene has savors of pine and spruce and also resembles rosemary and sage. It lends itself to alertness and better memory.
- Linalool – The savors are similar to lavender, citrus, birch and rosewood. It is sedating and calming.
It’s about the numbers in CBD hemp flower because the cannabinoids express themselves in numbers; the terpenes express themselves in numbers and the terpene types express themselves in numbers. Those are things that will influence your decision to buy which flower or which product.
About the Numbers in CBD Hemp – The CBD Number in Flowers
Blueberry Pie Hemp Flower — Blueberry Pie hemp flower is typically grown in Oregon, is an indica-dominant hybrid standing at a high CBD content of 20%. The blueberry aromatics and positive, uplifting mental effects that both uplifts and relaxes you. The crossing of two popular strains with industrial hemp produces a tasty, aromatic and uplifting Blueberry Pie hemp flower that can be used at any time of day or evening.
Sour Space Candy Hemp Flower — It’s about the numbers in CBD hemp Sour Space Candy strain at 20% CBD. This flower is typically grown in Oregon, is Sativa-dominant strain. This strain of hemp has an amazing aroma with very large buds. It has an anti-inflammatory property because of high CBD but also because of the density of myrcene and B-Caryophyllene terpene.
“The Numbers” Last
It’s about the numbers in CBD hemp flower like the numbers of:
- CBD dosing options.
With its rising popularity, CBD has many magnifying glasses on it and the answers which are evident continue showing exceptional therapeutic benefits if that is what you are looking for. But if you are using CBD flower simply for the smoking pleasures, then the effects and savors continue exploding.
If you want more information on all things CBD, read other posts here on our blog.
Dr. Strains CBD Weekly Special “Spotte”
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- Lemon Lime
Remember, sublingual tincture is one of the most convenient, common and potent way to dose with CBD.
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