For all European countries
If you didn’t already know, last week we announced a new partnership with the Cyprus CBD shop, launching a new catalogue, including a variety of CBD flower strains.
The CBD hemp bud or flower is like the normal cannabis plant, but with high concentrations of CBD and low concentration of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), meaning it’s nearly impossible to feel the psychoactive effects or the feeling of being ‘high’. This as a product is usually sold in concentrated lumps and can be consumed in many ways, including smoking, vaping and ingesting orally (EcoWatch).
Although it draws a lot of similarities to marijuana, CBD buds are legal in most European countries, but we advise you check the laws in your country of residence regarding the compound and the THC limit. THC limits differ in many countries, for example Switzerland (1%), Italy (.6%), and Austria (.3%). In Sweden, CBD flowers are not permitted.
When buying CBD products, you should always check the THC content. While most CBD products do have less than 0.3% of THC, it’s still better to check beforehand. The concentration of THC usually depends on how the CBD product was made. In the case of the flowers, it depends on what variant of cannabis it was made from.
Many CBD consumers choose to consume CBD through means such as oil, creams, and shampoos, but the CBD flower, according to Russo’s 2019 study, potentially has enhanced effects because of the synergy that occurs between THC and CBD. When the CBD bud is smoked, you can get a wide range of therapeutic cannabinoids and fragrant terpenes that work together to influence each other’s actions.