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The most popular or famous CBD flowers

CBD stands for cannabidiol, which is a compound found mainly in the flowers of  hemp plant. The use of CBD flower is widespread all over the world, and its importance is increasing rapidly. Cannabidiol Flower is used by the same people to get the full health benefits of CBD without the drug effect associated with THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) is a medical compound. People use CBD flowers as an intoxicant. CBD stands for cannabidiol, which is a compound found mainly in the flowers of  hemp plant. The use of CBD flower is widespread all over the world, and its importance is increasing rapidly. Cannabidiol Flower is used by the same people to get the full health benefits of CBD without the drug effect associated with THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) is a medical compound. People use CBD flowers as an intoxicant.

Among the quantity of references available in our store (over 50 anyway), some are more successful than others! Let’s take a look at the 5 most popular references:

Amnesia Haze: This 21.9% CBD Indoor flower stands out for its lemony, spicy aromas, and its nutmeg and sandalwood taste. Multiple times titled at international cannabis events, this flower brings you the best benefits of cbd, including an exquisite moment of relaxation in complete legality.

Ringo’s Gift : Less well known, Ringo is something of a mascot for boutique 321. In stock since our debut in 2018, this highly potent CBD flower has delighted thousands of consumers, and to date boasts almost 700 positive reviews from those wishing to comment on its excellent taste, assured relaxing effect and bewitching scent. To try it is to adopt it!

Purple Haze: Already sung about by Jimi Hendrix in the 60s, this CBD flower variety is a mix between Purple Thai and Haze. Often praised for its powerful, fast-acting effect when consumed recreationally, it doesn’t fall short in its legal cannabidiol version, thanks to a level approaching 20% and interesting effects against migraine, backache or muscle pain.

Orange Bud Indoor: slightly orange in appearance, Orange Bud boasts orange and nectarine aromas, and a stratospheric CBD content of 25%. Widely consumed for its pain-relieving and anti-stress effects, it is also prized by entrepreneurs and students looking to improve their concentration and productivity. Combine with the Pomodoro method, for connoisseurs!

 

Swiss Tsunami : This CBD flower plunges you into an ocean of relaxation and unleashes a veritable tsunami of fruity aromas. Sought after for its anti-stress and anti-anxiety effects, like the previous flower, it lends itself well to focus in a work setting. Also perfect just before going to sleep, it will help you find sleep thanks to its CBD content of nearly 20%.

 

Where do our CBD flowers come from?

Our CBD flowers come from Indoor, Outdoor and Greenhouse cultivations from the best growers in France, Switzerland and Italy. Our products are controlled by independent laboratories that certify the quality of bud, the THC content as well as the content of CBD and other cannabinoids (CBG and CBN) in Full Spectrum products.

How are CBD flowers produced?

Before being bagged in doypacks adapted to the weight you order, the flowers go through several stages from plant to sale.

After choosing a variety they wish to grow and market, Italian or Swiss legal hemp growers set about planting the corresponding seeds and cultivating them under the best conditions.

Depending on the type of cultivation suitable for the chosen variety, growing conditions vary. Outdoor, indoor, or under glass, each cultivation variant involves the regulation of various parameters such as the amount of light, temperature, or humidity.

When the hemp plant reaches maturity, the flowers are separated from the rest of the plant, then go through a drying stage. This last stage naturally increases the CBD content of CBD flowers, which still contain too much water in proportion to their volume.

Then comes the curing phase, during which the flowers are placed in airtight containers. Temperature and humidity are controlled. During this curing period, which can last up to 1 month, chemical reactions take place within the CBD flower, including decarboxylation, which sees CBDA transformed into CBD. This maximizes the CBD content of the flower. Curing also improves the flower’s texture, as well as its flavors via terpene development.

Finally, after quality control, the flowers are bagged and shipped. This is how they arrive in your mailbox in less than 48 hours.

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