A CLOSER LOOK AT WHY CBD FLOWERS ARE SUDDENLY POPULAR
- December 6, 2018
Back in 2016, Pure CBD Exchange started as a high-quality brand that offered organic CO2 –extracted oil products containing CBD, all offered at notably low costs. Over the past two years since then, this company has generated a reputable, honest name in the developing frontier of the marijuana industry, where (in all actuality) honesty and a good reputation can be hard to come by. As reports of illegal activity and dishonest marketing start flooding through the business sector, groups like Pure CBD will continue to succeed due to the decency of its leadership. However, have you ever considered why its main product (CBD flowers) has boosted in popularity over the past couple of years? In fact, the CBD industry itself has been forecast to bloom to $22 billion by 2022, meaning that multiple business still have to work hard to create a credible system. However, a group called the Aspen Valley Hemp Company has put all its cards on the table to bet on the success of these fragrant flowers. Let’s take a closer look and find out more.
A Closer Look at CBD Flowers
For members of the marijuana community, regular visitors to pot stores may have noticed that CBD flowers are beginning to appear in droves along shelves. As for the rest of us, we are under the perception that CBD flowers are simply varieties of marijuana flowers that are similar in appearance to low-grade marijuana. However, this is not always the case.
As part of its mission, Aspen Valley has striven to develop high-quality CBD flower that is nearly identical to artisan marijuana blossoms. After many years of breeding and gene manipulation, hemp plants are now able to produce strains covered in terpenes and trichomes (compounds that give the cannabis plant its unique fragrance, similar to the chemicals in citrus fruits) that can be consumed in the same manner as flowers sold at regular dispensaries.
Why Turn to Hemp Cigarettes?
Overall, we all understand what a typical marijuana plant looks like and can easily distinguish between some of the best-known strains, even if we ourselves do not indulge. Most marijuana strains produce high quantities of THC (the main psychoactive component that induces a “high”) and contain trichomes and terpenes that create beautiful flavors and fragrances. Industrial hemp, on the other hand, looks a lot like bamboo but does provide lower quantities of THC (in fact, it barely has any of this cannabinoid). As a result, farmers can produce plants that look like THC-rich marijuana but do not deliver potentially dangerous side effects.
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