With CBD vaping taking over the industry, it’s easy to forget that there are alternatives modes of use out there. From the many variations of CBD vape oil UK CBD alternatives can come in the mode of cream, spray and even foodstuffs. With so much out there then, the original form can often be overlooked. CBD flower buds are uniquely cultivated forms of cannabis that give users an organic, pure taste as well as a safe and relaxing alternative to the often criminalised THC chemical.
Whilst THC can cause psychotropic effects and has been linked to mental health disorders, CBD has become a widely agreed treater of anxiety and even linked to lessening the symptoms of epilepsy and schizophrenia. That doesn’t mean that you can’t smoke CBD cannabis and flower buds without that sweet herby taste, and flower buds provide you with a rich taste alongside the calming effects linked to cannabidiol. Below is everything you need to know about vaping cannabidiol flower buds, and why it could elevate your CBD experience.
What Are Flower Buds?
Flower buds are extracts from the marijuana plant that have been cultivated to contain no THC. The flower buds, or loose-leaf as they are often called, can be smoked but it is far less unhealthy to vaporise it. Vaping loose-leaf is not as efficient a mode of CBD usage as other forms, but it does make for a very rich, relaxing and authentically flavourful experience.
How To Use Flower Buds In Your Vaporiser
Vaporisers like the PAX 2 and 3 heat up loose leaf using a combination of battery power and compact loose leaf chambers. The battery’s electricity is transferred into heat energy, which then warms up the loose-leaf material, priming it for vaping.
Strains of Loose Leaf
Whilst vaping CBD oils and e-juices can have a wide range of flavours, they pale in comparison to the subtleties and nuances of loose leaf strains, each with its own distinct personality and unique character.
Super Silver Haze
One of the most popular CBD loose leaf strains on the flower UK market, Super Silver Haze was cultivated in Israel after years of research. This strong and flavourful CBD type has a bold and potent taste to it.
Orange buds are a potent form of CBD cannabis that take their name from the orange hue of its lightly hairy exterior. The juicy, dense and succulent bud doesn’t scrimp on taste either, and provides an uplifting, often energising CBD hit.
With a mild and fruity flavour, this soft and delicious flower bud is all about subtlety. The taste notes of the CBD flower bud really resonate and leave a delicate taste in the mouth that is hard to beat. For those who want to shed potency for nuance, the strawberry bud is definitely worth a try.
With a less intense smell and a sweet and subtle taste, the V2 is another CBD bud that would suit the more refined loose leaf sensibilities. A gourmet yet light treat, the V2 bud is a relative newcomer that mixes the sour skunk variation with the male hemp plant.