There are some websites that will easily sell you a pound of hemp flower buds for under $200, as well as some of the buds are chilly with CBD trichomes
There has been an intense CBD craze in the United States since the federal government broadly legalized hemp and the cannabinoid in 2018. I see it in gas stations, pharmacies, grocery stores, as well as some medical offices. It consistently pains me when I see it being sold at egregious prices though. First of all, you’re usually just paying for basic CBD isolate regardless of where you go. The quality is based on how well it was extracted as well as processed, with lab tested products often being harder to find in local stores. A lot of the junk you see in smoke shops as well as gas stations could have been grown using harmful pesticides that are still leftover in the product you purchase. If it’s hemp flower products, the opening of direct pesticide exposure is definitely even higher. Extractors can dilute away certain contaminants in some cases, but you can’t do the same thing with hemp flower buds. Even if you get your CBD products from a medical marijuana dispensary that lab tests all of its products, you’re really paying too much currency. There are amazing hemp flower growers out west who sell their products on the internet. You can find fresh harvests as well as scrubbed-clean products at much lower prices than what you’re bound to encounter at any random, local medical marijuana store. There are some websites that will easily sell you a pound of hemp flower buds for under $200, as well as some of the buds are chilly with CBD trichomes. I have started using CBD products in conjunction with high THC products to wonderful effects. It helps considerably if I can use more than one together instead of individually as I get a wonderful synergistic effect.