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Certification Date : 2021-09-30 02:59:01
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Fortune CBD Flower Remedy 3.5g

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Concentration: 704MG

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Remedy is a perfect fit for when you are looking to wind down and catch up on a little rest and self-care. These light green buds present as a perfect end-of-day flower and a nice fit for anyone looking for a cure for the woes of the modern world. Unwind, relax, and renew that inner glow with a litt See more
CBDA 17.7%

Cannabidiolic acid

While most cannabinoids bind directly with either the CB1 or CB2 receptors, CBDA doesn’t work in this way. Instead, CBDA interacts with the endocannabinoid system by inhibiting the cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2) enzyme. COX-2 enzymes are associated with inflammation aft See more

CBD 1.3%

Cannabidiol

Known as an antibacterial, Inhibits Cancer cell growth, is Neuroprotective, promotes bone growth, reduces seizures and convulsions, reduces blood sugar levels, reduces function in the immune system, reduces the risk of artery blockage, reduces small intestine contractions, red See more

THCA 0.539%

Tetrahydrocannabinolic Acid

Known for Inhibiting Cancer Cell Growth, suppresses muscle spasms, and aids sleep

THCA, or tetrahydrocannabinolic acid, is a cannabis compound that is beginning to demonstrate therapeutic potential despite the infancy of its research. You’ve heard See more

CBGA 0.528%

Cannabigerolic acid (also known as CBGA) is a non-intoxicating cannabinoid that is the precursor for THC, CBD, and several other common cannabinoids. Enzymes known as synthases are responsible for converting the CBGA cannabinoid into molecules such as THCA, the raw, unactivated molecule that conv See more

D9 THC 0.173%

Delta-9 Tetrahydrocannabinol

Known for Reducing Vomiting and Nausea, Suppresses Muscle Spasms, Stimulates Appetite, Relieves Pain

Most people know that THC, or tetrahydrocannabinol, is the chemical compound in cannabis responsible for a euphoric high See more

Myrcene 0.619%

Myrcene is the most abundant terpene in cannabis, which is where it’s mostly found in nature. In fact, one study showed that myrcene makes up as much as 65% of total terpene profile in some strains. Myrcene smell often reminds of earthy, musky notes, resembling cloves. Also, it has a fruity See more

Caryophyllene 0.326%

Best known for its spicy and peppery note, caryophyllene is also found in black pepper, cinnamon, cloves, and spices like oregano, basil and rosemary. Beta-caryophyllene binds to CB2 receptors, which makes it an ingredient in anti-inflammatory topicals and creams. Caryophyllene is the only terpen See more

Alpha-Pinene 0.142%

Smell like pine trees and that’s also where they can be found in large amounts. Other plants rich in pinene include rosemary, orange peels, basil, parsley and cannabis of course.

Like many other, pinene terpenes have an anti-inflammatory effect on humans. But more importantly, they See more

Limonene 0.112%

Limonene is the second most abundant terpene in all cannabis strains, but not all strains necessarily have it.

As its name says, limonene gives strains a citrusy smell that resembles lemons, which is no surprise as all citrus fruits contain large amounts of this compound. Limonene is used See more

Humulene 0.107%

Humulene was the first terpene found in hops. Its aroma contains earthy, woody and spicy notes.

Besides cannabis, it can be also found in clove, sage, and black pepper. It has a variety of medical properties. Early research has shown humulene to be anti-proliferative, meaning it prevents See more

Ocimene 0.075%

Ocimene is an isomeric hydrocarbon found in a wide variety of fruits and plants. It is recognized by its sweet, fragrant, herbaceous, and woodsy aromas, which feature prominently in several perfumes, and which help plants defend themselves in their natural environment. Ocimene occurs naturally in See more

Linalool 0.071%

This terpene is the most responsible for the recognizable marijuana smell with its spicy and floral notes. Linalool is also found in lavender, mint, cinnamon and coriander. What’s interesting is that just like those aromatic herbs, it has very strong sedative and relaxing properties.

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Beta-Pinene 0.065%

Smell like pine trees and that’s also where they can be found in large amounts. Other plants rich in pinene include rosemary, orange peels, basil, parsley and cannabis of course.

Like many other, pinene terpenes have an anti-inflammatory effect on humans. But more importantly, they See more

Guaiol 0.052%

Guaiol (pronounced “gweye-all” and sometimes called champacol) is a terpene that conveys an aroma of pine that is described as featuring fragrant undertones of wood and rose. Like other terpenes, this medicinal molecule is produced by many plants other than cannabis, including cypress See more

Alpha-Bisabolol 0.044%

Alpha-bisabolol (also known as levomenol and bisabolol) has a pleasant floral aroma and can also be found in chamomile flower and candeia tree. This terpene found its use primarily in the cosmetics industry, but lately it has caught the attention of researchers since it showed medical benefits, e See more

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Information on how to read lab test results

The first thing you look for in a test result is the cannabinoid profile. The cannabinoids you expect to find depend on the type of CBD product you are looking at.

A full-spectrum product should have CBD, THC, and some of the lesser-known cannabinoids. If the product's label says th See more

Where is hemp flower grown?

Hemp flower is grown in controlled farms that may be indoors or outdoors.

What to look for when buying hemp flower?

1. A handful of states have banned Hemp flower bacuase of the difficulties that law enforcement face when trying to differentiate hemp from marijuanna. It is important that you only shop from Chow because Chow automates your complance with state hemp laws


2.Terpene Profile:

MYRCENE
Myrcene is the most abundant terpene in hemp, and it has spicy attributes that are somewhat reminiscent of hops.

CARYOPHYLLENE
Present in lots of other plant species as well, caryophyllene has an herbal aroma and flavor.

LIMONENE
Also found in the peels of citrus fruits, limonene has a zesty, sour flavor and a very citrusy aroma.
Mood: The different types of hemp flower


3. Lab Testing / COAs: Lab reports are very important when buying Hemp flower because it shows a complete and detailed list of all substances found in the hemp flower.


4. Customer reviews: Make sure to read and review experiences from other customers before buying the product

Is hemp flower natural?

Hemp flower is the raw and most natural form of Hemp

What is CBD hemp flower good for?

1. Relatively Affordable


Admittedly, the popularity of cannabis has increased over the past few years. However, the price of various CBD products, such as CBD oil tinctures and CBD vape juice, remains inhibitive for most people. Indeed, it’s difficult to find cheap weed and in most cases, buyers have to make a tradeoff between affordability and quality.

One of the reasons behind the cost-inhibitive nature of most CBD products is the high cost of manufacturing these products. However, CBD hemp flower is considerably cheaper than many other CBD products. The fact that CBD hemp flower is mostly available in dry weight makes it easier to buy in bulk at reduced prices.

2. Won’t Get You High


Many people associate cannabis with the feeling of euphoria. Unknown to them, cannabis is actually a genus of a plant that comprises various strains, including Cannabis sativa, Cannabis indica, Cannabis ruderalis, etc. Now, hemp is mostly derived from indica strains. These cannabis species are marked for their high levels of CBD and insignificant levels of THC.

Therefore, smoking CBD hemp flower ensures that you enjoy all the therapeutic properties of cannabidiol without worrying about the psychotropic effects of tetrahydrocannabinol. While some users report mild calming effects after smoking CBD hemp flower, those feelings don’t compare to the “high” that THC has.

3. Fast-Acting


Another notable benefit of smoking CBD hemp flower is that it’s a faster way to enjoy the therapeutic effects of CBD. As we mentioned earlier, the length of time it takes to notice the effects of CBD is one of the crucial factors to consider when choosing a method of consumption.

When you smoke CBD hemp flower, the cannabinoids in the substance are carried by the smoke directly to your lungs, where they instantly enter your bloodstream. That’s in contrast to taking CBD oil tinctures, whose effects may take between 30 minutes to one hour to kick in.

Smoking CBD hemp flower ranks even higher in terms of effectiveness, compared to other slower-acting methods of CBD consumption, such as edibles, ointments, or capsules.

4. Delivers Higher Bioavailability


The bioavailability of smoking CBD hemp flower is as high as 50 percent. That’s higher than CBD oil, whose bioavailability is a paltry 20 percent. When you consume CBD oil or edibles, the substance has to go through your digestive system. As that happens, some of the cannabinoids in the CBD are destroyed, leaving only a handful entering your bloodstream.

On the contrary, smoking CBD hemp flower introduces CBD directly into your lungs and your bloodstream. No digestion is involved, which means more cannabinoids enter your system. A higher bioavailability implies so you can enjoy the benefits of CBD by experimenting with low doses, which reflects positively on your overall health and finances.
 

How does hemp flower make you feel after use?

Feelings after use may vary from user to user. We advise that users read customer reviews to see the true effects of hemp flowers.

How to properly store hemp flower?


Firstly, let’s make it crystal clear, keeping hemp flowers in bags is not a good idea, and you seriously consider investing in some good quality mason jars or pickling jars. Basically, sealed glass containers are the way to go, as glass cures the hemp flower and stops it from degrading over time.

Then there’s temperature and light exposure to consider, as hemp buds don’t love extremes and far prefer milder storage conditions. Ideally, you want to be aiming for around 77° and 86° F, in order to avoid mildew and mold. Then there’s the humidity factor to consider, as you don’t want to store your hemp buds somewhere too moist, or too dry. For this recommended ranges are around 59% and 63% RH (relative humidity) for maximum potency.

You also want to keep your hemp flowers out of direct sunlight which has UV rays that can degrade the buds over time. A Study from back in the 1970s found that light was in fact the biggest factor in cannabis storage, due to the degradation of cannabinoids. Exactly the same happens with hemp flowers, being rich with cannabinoids. the study also concluded that most cannabis, if stored correctly, has roughly a two-year shelf life.

The bottom line is, if you want to store your cannabis or your hemp flowers in the best way, it’s inside sealed, air-tight glass jars, about 3/4 full, and never overpacked. Store in a cool dry place away from direct sunlight. Don’t store in the fridge or freezer as a general rule of thumb, as there are inherent issues in that method. While refrigeration can make buds overly moist, freezing poses the threat of freezer burn, and delicate trichomes often degrade and fall of due to being brittle and hard.

What is CBD hemp flower used for?

You can either Smoke, Vape, or Eat CBD flower

Smoking CBD flower benefits
There are tons of different benefits of smoking hemp flower, which helps explain why this CBD product category has become so popular over the last few years. These benefits can only be unlocked to their full potential, however, when you use high-quality CBD flower like the organic, lab-tested strains we offer at secretnaturecbd.com.

One of the most impressive benefits of CBD flower is the rapid onset of effects that pulmonary CBD ingestion provides. “Pulmonary ingestion” is just a fancy term for inhalation, and inhaling hemp flower allows the CBD it contains to absorb into your bloodstream rapidly. From there, the blood vessels in your lungs carry CBD directly to your brain, and the effects of inhaled CBD generally set in within 30 seconds to three minutes.

Because inhaling CBD bypasses the digestive system’s filtration mechanisms and delivers CBD to your brain so quickly, the effects of inhaled CBD are also considerably stronger than other ingestion methods. If you’re looking for quick, potent relief, there’s no better ingestion method than inhaling CBD.


Keep in mind that the effects of smoked CBD flower usually only last 30-60 minutes. Therefore, you’ll need to smoke CBD flower frequently if you want to experience the benefits of this ingestion method throughout the course of a given day.

Vaping CBD flower
We can understand if you don’t want to put smoke in your lungs. Even though Secret Nature hemp nugs are grown with organic processes and they don’t contain any harmful contaminants, smoke is smoke, and inhaling smoke of any kind can be harmful to your health.

Since vapor absorbs into your lungs better than smoke, vaping hemp flower may be more effective than smoking it, and vaping also preserves the terpenes and flavonoids that provide CBD flower with its unique flavors. To vape Secret Nature hemp flower, you can pack a bowl in a dry herb vaporizer and bring it with you on the go, or you can invest in a more advanced tabletop vape that provides thicker clouds of hemp flower vapor when you’re ready to relax at home.

Eating CBD flower
Can you eat CBD flowers? Yes, but only under certain circumstances. We certainly don’t recommend that you eat CBD flower right off the stalk, and consuming hemp flower raw is a bad idea even when it’s been dried and cured. Not only does raw CBD flower taste bad, but cannabinoids only activate when they’re exposed to heat, so eating raw CBD flower won’t provide the effects you desire.

So, can you eat CBD hemp flower? Yes, but only when it’s been cooked or otherwise heated to the extent that the cannabinoids it contains have been properly activated.

The most effective way to eat CBD flower is to cook your hemp buds into oil, butter, or a similar substance that you can then use when making food. To avoid burning your buds, simmer your concoction on low heat, and keep a strainer on hand to remove the cooked plant matter after your hemp nugs have been cooked to perfection.

Is hemp flower legal?

A handful of states have banned Hemp flower because of the difficulties that law enforcement faces when trying to differentiate hemp from marijuanna. It is important that you only shop from Chow because Chow automates your compliance with state hemp laws

Can you smoke hemp flower?

Yes you can smoke hemp flower

What is CBG flower?

In short, a CBG flower is a hemp or cannabis bud that has been specially bred to contain particularly high concentrations of the cannabinoid, CBG, as opposed to CBD or THC. CBG is often referred to as the “mother” or “stem cell” cannabinoid due to the fact that it's a precursor to other cannabinoids.

CBD Flower It's Not Just For Smoking

You can either Smoke, Vape, or Eat CBD flower

Smoking CBD flower benefits
There are tons of different benefits of smoking hemp flower, which helps explain why this CBD product category has become so popular over the last few years. These benefits can only be unlocked to their full potential, however, when you use high-quality CBD flower like the organic, lab-tested strains we offer at secretnaturecbd.com.

One of the most impressive benefits of CBD flower is the rapid onset of effects that pulmonary CBD ingestion provides. “Pulmonary ingestion” is just a fancy term for inhalation, and inhaling hemp flower allows the CBD it contains to absorb into your bloodstream rapidly. From there, the blood vessels in your lungs carry CBD directly to your brain, and the effects of inhaled CBD generally set in within 30 seconds to three minutes.

Because inhaling CBD bypasses the digestive system’s filtration mechanisms and delivers CBD to your brain so quickly, the effects of inhaled CBD are also considerably stronger than other ingestion methods. If you’re looking for quick, potent relief, there’s no better ingestion method than inhaling CBD.


Keep in mind that the effects of smoked CBD flower usually only last 30-60 minutes. Therefore, you’ll need to smoke CBD flower frequently if you want to experience the benefits of this ingestion method throughout the course of a given day.

Vaping CBD flower
We can understand if you don’t want to put smoke in your lungs. Even though Secret Nature hemp nugs are grown with organic processes and they don’t contain any harmful contaminants, smoke is smoke, and inhaling smoke of any kind can be harmful to your health.

Since vapor absorbs into your lungs better than smoke, vaping hemp flower may be more effective than smoking it, and vaping also preserves the terpenes and flavonoids that provide CBD flower with its unique flavors. To vape Secret Nature hemp flower, you can pack a bowl in a dry herb vaporizer and bring it with you on the go, or you can invest in a more advanced tabletop vape that provides thicker clouds of hemp flower vapor when you’re ready to relax at home.

Eating CBD flower
Can you eat CBD flower? Yes, but only under certain circumstances. We certainly don’t recommend that you eat CBD flower right off the stalk, and consuming hemp flower raw is a bad idea even when it’s been dried and cured. Not only does raw CBD flower taste bad, but cannabinoids only activate when they’re exposed to heat, so eating raw CBD flower won’t provide the effects you desire.

So, can you eat CBD hemp flower? Yes, but only when it’s been cooked or otherwise heated to the extent that the cannabinoids it contains have been properly activated.

The most effective way to eat CBD flower is to cook your hemp buds into oil, butter, or a similar substance that you can then use when making food. To avoid burning your buds, simmer your concoction on low heat, and keep a strainer on hand to remove the cooked plant matter after your hemp nugs have been cooked to perfection.

There are tons of different ways to cook CBD hemp flower—We suggest that you check out this excellent guide from Project CBD to get started.

What To Look For When Buying Hemp Flower
 

1. A handful of states have banned Hemp flower bacuase of the difficulties that law enforcement face when trying to differentiate hemp from marijuanna. It is important that you only shop from Chow because Chow automates your complance with state hemp laws


2.Terpene Profile:

MYRCENE
Myrcene is the most abundant terpene in hemp, and it has spicy attributes that are somewhat reminiscent of hops.

CARYOPHYLLENE
Present in lots of other plant species as well, caryophyllene has an herbal aroma and flavor.

LIMONENE
Also found in the peels of citrus fruits, limonene has a zesty, sour flavor and a very citrusy aroma.
Mood: The different types of hemp flower


3. Lab Testing / COAs: Lab reports are very important when buying Hemp flower because it shows a complete and detailed list of all substances found in the hemp flower.


4. Customer reviews: Make sure to read and review experiences from other customers before buying the product

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