One thing to lookout for when buying CBD Pre rolls vs regular hemp flower is that the flower in pre rolls often come from outdoor farms and is trimmed and rolled by machines. When buying the buds on the other hand, you usually get hand-trimmed, indoor flower.

Not that outdoor or machine trimmed hemp buds are a terrible thing, but some lower quality joints can be of such poor standard that it ruins the entire smoking experience.

What Are Hemp Pre Rolls?

Pre rolled hemp joints are basically CBD cigarettes but instead of looking like your average Marlboro they look more like a perfectly rolled cone (see below).

They are filled with hemp flower that is rich in CBD, CBG or CBN. Unlike cannabis, hemp contains less than (or equal to) 0.3% THC, making is a non-psychoactive herb. Meaning, CBD pre rolls won’t get you high.

What is the size of the pre roll?

our 1.0g joints are the most common pre roll sizes. Most people find the .5g joints (aka dog walkers) too small to reach the desired effects but they are generally cheaper than bigger joints.

Full gram joints however, are too big for many people. The effects are so relaxing that smoking an entire 1g in one sitting will put you to sleep.

Indoor vs Outdoor Flower

Be prepared to pay a little more for indoor grown pre rolls than outdoor.

Why Smoke CBD Flower?

Smoking CBD flower allows you to consume hemp in the most natural way possible. Other CBD products, like vape oils and tinctures, contain a hemp extract, which implies that the hemp was put through a manmade extraction process. Overall, there’s nothing wrong with this. Hemp extracts are incredibly useful and high in quality. But, some believe that the raw flower of the hemp plant provides the most benefits. It being untampered with. Therefore it’s more likely to retain full chemical integrity.

The raw hemp flower that’s put into these pre-rolls naturally contains the full spectrum of compounds in hemp. This means every draw supplies an astonishing array of cannabinoids. These include: CBD, flavonoids, and terpenes. Also allows you to experience the entourage effect, in which the synergy of these compounds is at work in order to offer more potency and bioavailability.

Hits with Benefits

It seems like we’re always talking about bio-availability. But really, what good is using CBD without achieving euphoria? Like vaping, CBD smoke enters the lungs and diffuses directly into the circulatory system. In contrast to the 30-60 minutes it generally takes for an edible to kick in, the timely efficiency of smoking is vastly superior. It’s potent, fast, and hits with all the desired qualities.

Whether rolling one up or choosing from our selection of pre-rolled faves, the act of lighting up puts the focus on the flower. This throwback might still be the best way to kick back.

CBD Flower Pre-Rolls Make Your Life Easier

You can buy the raw hemp flower buds if you’d like, and many do. But, pre-rolls make your life easier. That is, if your goal is to smoke CBD regularly. The raw flower buds come loose, and must be broken up and either rolled into papers or placed in a bowl. Traveling with them is difficult, because rolling them or putting them in a bowl is hard to do if you’re not sitting at a table. Pre-rolls are a very convenient alternative. They’re already rolled up. So, all you need to do is grab one and light it up. Whether you’re at home or on the road, it works.

Choose from a Wide Array of Strains

CBD pre-rolls all contain raw hemp. Meaning that by nature, they’re available in a generous array of strains. Each strain has a unique chemical composition mainly based on its terpene profile, and as a result, different strains produce slightly different effects. For example, some strains are better at promoting sleep, while others may actually make you feel a mild energy boost that’s great for daytime.

Why do people smoke CBD pre-rolls?

Smoking CBD pre-rolls and hemp cigarettes is relaxing and can be one of the fastest and most efficient ways to feel the effects of this supplement.

People used to say that, unlike “marijuana,” you can’t smoke hemp. Hemp comes in many forms, and it’s true that hemp grown for seeds, fabric or fiber isn’t good for smoking. But today many hemp growers and breeders are crafting special strains of hemp especially designed to be smoked. Much like psychoactive cannabis, hemp strains often have colorful names like Lifter, Suzy Q, and even Trump (in honor of the bill he signed legalizing hemp).

Terpene Profile

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