What is a cannabis CBD Flower?

The term “CBD flowers” refers to the flowers, blooms, or CBD buds also called the “marijuana heads”, coming from the female hemp CBD plant.

When the hemp flower becomes a full bloom, the bud (as it’s also often called) secretes some cannabinoids and resin, in order to attract pollen produced by male cannabis plants, and then produce seeds.

In terms of CBD cannabis flower production, growers use seedless cannabis genetics. These CBD cannabis strains also have a high level of CBD: cannabidiol, and a very low level of THC: tetrahydrocannabinol. Keep in mind that in the cannabis and CBD market, the seedless flower is the best option.

Remember, not all inflorescences contain the same levels of CBD. The exact percentage depends on two factors: the strain of each plant, and the cultivation method. Usually, these types of high CBD marijuana come from specially treated plants. These cannabis plants produce larger buds and maintain a high CBD profile, in order not to exceed the legal thc level.