Hemp Buds

Hemp Buds

Among the sizable list of CBD and medicinal cannabis products, those trending include hemp seeds, CBD buds, CBD flowers, and high CBD varieties (strains).


Hemp is a type of Cannabis sativa plant, and the buds are the hemp plant’s flowers. In contrast to the plant’s stem, leaves, and roots, the buds contain high levels of cannabinoids. CBD-rich hemp provides an alternative source of CBD oil that can be smoked, vaporized, or ingested.


CBD Hemp Buds

For many years, the primary objective for marijuana breeders and growers was to increase the level of THC in cannabis strains in order to meet market demand. In recent years, due to the recognition of the effects of CBD, a market for CBD-rich hemp varieties has now emerged. The abundance or “richness” of CBD refers to the quantity of CBD in a cannabis strain. A variety that is “CBD-rich” is specially bred to produce a high CBD content, but contain a low THC content, which makes it legally available throughout the US.


Each strain has a different cannabinoid profile, which is determined by the quantity of each cannabinoid present in that particular strain. Currently, 113 different cannabinoids have been isolated from the cannabis plant. These are not only found in the actual stalk itself but also in the leaves and buds.  The two major ones are CBD and THC and are followed by many others, such as CBDa, THCa, THCv, CBCa, CBG, and CBGa.


How Different Strains of CBD are Produced

Cannabis strains with different traits or compositions can be produced by breeders. The process involves years of genetic selection and interbreeding of plants that have had desirable characteristics for generations.


To manipulate other elements, in addition to various amounts and ratios in THC, CBD, and other cannabinoids, these factors are essential and are additional elements that play a significant role in the success and value of the strain.


Scale and production of crops
Resistance to disease and adaptability
Production and manufacturing of seeds

Flower characteristics such as structure, color, volume, flavor, and resin quality



It can be used in several ways, each with its advantages and disadvantages, to administer CBD. Here are a few important things to consider if you decide to use it, whatever the preferred administration method.


CBD activation: all forms of CBD consumption, including vaporizing, smoking, or cooking, involves applying direct heat to the plant material. When heated, the cannabinoids are “activated,” which makes them available for use and absorption by the body, thus increasing their efficacy.


Organic: Utilization of the pure hemp flower is an organic way to access CBD. The plant material is unprocessed and is devoid of additives, therefore, making it the most appropriate CBD alternative, especially for those who are allergic to chemical substances that are often used in the manufacturing of CBD oil products.


Buds are what genial hemp flower plants produce. Unlike the male strain, the female strain produces a hemp bud which acts as the “child” of the hemp plant.


Our hemp buds are organically grown and from the finest genetics hemp flower has to offer. Greenhouse and indoor hemp are our specialties.


We at Dr. Strains CBD focus on new and innovative ways to not only deliver you the finest but also deliver you outstanding customer service combined with exceptional knowledge of what you’re consuming.


From farm to distribution to your home you will not find a better hemp bud anywhere else.

More About Hemp Buds

Firstly Hemp, or industrial hemp, is a strain of the Cannabis sativa plant species that is grown specifically for the industrial uses of its derived products.[1] It is one of the fastest-growing plants[2] and was one of the first plants to be spun into usable fiber 10,000 years ago.[3] It can be refined into a variety of commercial items, including paper, textiles, clothing, biodegradable plastics, paint, insulation, biofuel, food, and animal feed.[4][5]


The primary objective for marijuana breeders and growers for many years was to increase the level of THC in cannabis strains in order to meet market dem\’\’and. With the recognition of the effects of CBD, a market for CBD-rich hemp varieties has emerged in recent years.


Dr. Strains CBD prides itself on focusing on not only good farming practices and standards but also delivering a quality end to duct to the consumer. Our main drive and focus are to ensure that our customers not only have a great product but also that our customers have educational knowledge of their products.


Our blog is filled with fantastic information from recipes to detailed strain information all the way to up-to-date information within the hemp industry.


CBD abundance refers to the CBD quality of a cannabinoid plant in the form of hemp buds. A variety CBD-rich’ is specially bred to include a high CBD, but low THC content, which makes it legally available throughout the US.


Each strain has a different cannabinoid profile, which is determined by how much and what cannabinoids it contains. At this point, the plant isolated 113 different cannabinoids. The two main ones were CBD and THC followed by many others including CBDa, THCa, THCv, CBCa, CBG, CBGa.


As the hemp industry continues to grow we will make it our priority to keep you the reader and our customer informed with the best accurate and most up-to-date information available.


We hope this can help you make an informative decision based on your personal needs and lifestyle.


We recommend and believe a well-balanced diet and exercise combined with other forms of alternative medicines are essential to living a full and happy lifestyle. These elements increase natural chemical flow within your brain which helps cannabinoids receptors react with improved efficiency and effectiveness.


Foods grown with safe and organic practices also help aid your body’s cannabinoid receptors. Exercise is crucial to a balanced life and gives your body the ability to stay active and healthy.


A warm thank you from the Dr. Strains CBD family!


Take care!

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