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Superb Product, Fast Processing A+

Ordered four or five times from them now — consistently fast shipping and processing time + 💯 product, top-notch • Try the cherry kush!

Got 30g bag of CBG buds

Got 30g bag of CBG buds. Since I have started using it, I have no need for the daily opiates I was taking for chronic pain. CBG is a game changer for me.

All around great

Got my order quickly, customer service was fast to reply and very helpful. Will be my go to for hemp needs!

Love these guys 🥰🥰🥰🥰

Order of Trap Star recieved *SAD FACE*

Order of Trap Star recieved. The picture on the web site was green buds. I open mine they was “Down Town Brown”. Looked like they had been decarboxalted almost? Costumer service basically says it happens sometimes and that’s what I get for looking for a good deal. It wasn’t marketed as the best of the best for the price. NO BUT. The advertising picture of the Trap Star are GREEN BUDS and I recieved BROWN Buds. Unfair delivery and Unfair I have to jump thru a few hoops to mail it back. First order and still am heated about it 2 days later..

Great product

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I’m very happy with the cbd gummies and the topical cream that I ordered. They have both helped me find relief from pain and be able to sleep. Rcvd quickly. And reasonable prices.

I enjoyed the product

Love kushpoolusa.com

Love kushpoolusa.com
Love kushpoolusa.com! The customer service is always fantastic. Rachel was friendly, knowledgeable, very helpful. I’ve never had a less than excellent experience all the way around

My favorite CBD supplier!

I have never had a bad experience with CBD Hemp Direct. I can see why they won the Hemp Cup. They have some of the best prices and quality flower on the market. I find myself checking their site for sales a lot. They have fantastic deals such as $1.00 grams, great kief sales, bulk options, wax, and more. Of course I like to splurge and go for their top shelf bud. CBD Hemp Direct is your one stop shop for it all!

Everything was as advertised

I am, a st1 time buyer of CBD

That a A.C Diesel 17.2% CBDA – 1.3% CBD Effects makes you Clam its great stuff it smells amazing so bold, very fast shipping, I’ll be buying more.

Disappointed

First time to try CBD flower and first time purchasing from this company. Product did not weigh as advertised and Bad smell and bad taste. The best part I guess is that I’m not out a lot of money but it’s the principle

Highly Reccommend!

I have been buying from Cbd hemp direct for a bit over a year now and I absolutely vouch for their products. I mostly purchase CBD flower but I have purchased some CBG hash, some CBD vapes etc, as they help with my Anxiety, PTSD etc. The only issue that I have ever had with their products, was that a disposable vape died about halfway through the oil. I emailed them about the issue to which they apologized as it isnt anything they’ve seen before (they dont make the electronics obviously) and sent me replacement out at their cost, easy as that. Now I cant vouch in depth for their customer support other than that, as that is the only time I’ve ever contacted them, but over all I absolutely love this company and the products.

CBD savings direct is awful

CBD savings direct is awful! I had an allergic reaction to their CBD oil and the best they offered was a 60% refund! If I wanted a “full” refund I needed to ship products back and pay $20 shipping. I was told a manager would call me within 24-48 hours, that didn’t happen! So now I’m taking products back to post office, fingers crossed they actually submit refund! FYI, they were unwilling to put any of this in an email! DO NOT PURCHASE THIS PRODUCT!!

Excellent customer service

Excellent customer service. Thanks

Great deals, great product, and even better service.

Post office lost my first shipment even though the claimed it was delivered, and I was sent a replacement for free by CBD Hemp Direct. When the post office eventually found my original order, CBD Hemp Direct let me keep that one too! Great deals, great product, and even better service.

Love it

Love it,cbd rock try over25 percent

it was my bad.

They cut two payments. Then sent a massage (( my card is not accepted)). I have been waiting for 3 weeks now . And I did not get refund

i just got my refund today. i am very sorry for the previous feedback.

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We tried the CBD hemp flowers you can buy online. Here’s how they smoked

The last few years in the United States have seen a chorus-line of watershed moments for the cannabis industry, but revisions to 2018’s Farm Bill were perhaps the most silent and significant. Despite some persisting legal murkiness around how and where hemp and CBD products can be purchased and shipped, this federal action has led to widespread distribution of CBD products like tinctures, lotions, sodas, candies—even hemp flowers you can smoke.

Celebrated for therapeutic and medical benefits that are only starting to be understood by the scientific community in the last few decades, the cannabinoid dubbed CBD is growing in popularity largely due to the low-to-nonexistent sense of intoxication it imparts.

On the consumer end, CBD has largely been sold in processed forms rather than as unaltered flowers that preserve the benefits of the hundreds of aromatic chemical compounds known as terpenes that are natural to the cannabis plant. That is, until now.

The following retailers specialize in growing and sourcing CBD-rich hemp flowers, creating access to markets like that of Oregon where recreational cannabis farmers struggling to make a return on products that have been locked into local markets have switched teams and started growing THC-free hemp to enjoy a wider consumer base. Without further ado, read on for a sampling of our favorite clear-web retailers of CBD-rich hemp flower.

Tweedle Farms

Lifter, a CBD hemp strain grown by Tweedle Farms. (Matt Stangel for Leafly)

Tweedle Farms is a manufacturer and distributor of CBD-rich hemp flower based in Oregon. When they inevitably run out of their own crop, Tweedle works with a select group of organic-equivalent hemp farms to source stopgap flowers of equal quality for their loyal customer base. The quality is that of mass-produced Oregonian sungrown: what it lacks in bag appeal it makes up for in chemical impact and to some palates, flavor.

Apart from the organic-equivalent flowers, I was impressed with Tweedle’s prices. While buying single grams will cost $7-9, huge breaks are handed down on ounces—as low as $60 for B-quality, little buds, and $70 for clearance products.

Also of note: Tweedle sells prerolls, extracts, and vape cartridges, should you want to go in any of those directions with your consumption.

So, how’s the smoke?

Of all the distributors I tried in my search for smokable CBD-rich hemp that can be purchased online, Tweedle was my favorite. The flowers read like the majority of mass-produced outdoor grown in Tweedle’s home state of Oregon: weathered in color and showing signs of age, but totally actionable where effects are concerned.

Tweedle’s menu of Haze varietals was a pleasant surprise, landing across the board as sedating experiences. Haze strains, while commonly lumped into the sativa camp, tend to contain dominant or high concentrations of myrcene—a terpene that is believed to impart a dopey, sleepy headspace when combined with THC.

Much in the levitated style of poorly-practiced mindfulness meditation, Tweedle’s Hazes took things from calming to nap time on a few different afternoons.

When paired with CBD, the effect was oddly similar to that of THC-rich Hazes, minus the goofy thoughts, giggle tracks, and the sensation of a tape player running at half speed where a brain used to be. Much in the levitated style of poorly-practiced mindfulness meditation, Tweedle’s Hazes took things from calming to nap time on a few different afternoons.

Conversely, I found Tweedle’s Lifter to be a good daytime option—providing anti-inflammatory properties to ease my arthritic back pain in tandem with a centering sense of calm that took the edge off my more circuitous thought patterns. Meanwhile, Lifter didn’t seem to degrade my ability to get things done.

As great as all this is, I recommend taking my experiences with a grain of salt; everyone’s body chemistry is a little different, so try a few things and decide what if anything works for you.

Plain Jane Hemp

CBD hemp flower from Plain Jane Hemp. (Matt Stangel for Leafly)

Seemingly inspired by the success of tobacco alternatives like the JUUL but with a Green Rush flair, Plain Jane Hemp specializes in odorless, CBD-rich hemp flower for discreet consumption in situations where a person might otherwise smoke a cigarette. According to company branding, terpenes—the aromatic compounds in cannabis—are intentionally stripped from the flower to create a no-smells product.

Important to note: Plain Jane also vends flowers with the terps intact; options include the more common varietals of the 2017/2018 season available through other distributors on this list, as well as reseller operations like Carolina Hemp Company that didn’t make the cut.

So, how’s the smoke?

Plain Jane Hemp Rolls served as my first point of contact with the brand’s product line. I was most intrigued by the idea of odorless hemp prerolls packaged like cigarettes and branded as a healthier, non-addictive alternative. I smoke a lot of cigs, so this one was targeted at me.

Met with packaging reminiscent of the bindis that head shops imported from India back in the late ‘90s, I was less worried by the half-affixed plastic wrap than I was tickled by the memory of teenage desperation. But when I flipped open the cardboard lid and examined my purchase, the first bright red flag was unmissable: the prerolls were all slightly different, appearing like uneven teeth instead of the tidy pencil-box rows standard to the category.

I didn’t notice any shift in my headspace or body. Again, this may be the point, but it’s a point that I can’t personally get behind. Cheaper and healthier ways to feel unaltered exist.

Uneven prerolls speak to numerous problems—inconsistent dosing, less-than-advertised weight, and poor craftsmanship. As I puffed through one of these little hemp rolls as I would a cigarette, it began burning unevenly and shortly thereafter fell apart in multiple places where the filtered paper tube wasn’t properly packed.

The flavor was nothing to write home about, but given Plain Jane’s branding, my experience seems to be that which was intended. Meanwhile, I didn’t notice any shift in my headspace or body. Again, this may be the point, but it’s a point that I can’t personally get behind. Cheaper and healthier ways to feel unaltered exist.

When I tore into my next purchase—an eighth ounce of Elektra selling for $11—I was taken aback by a wet, browned pile of tiny flowers, remarkably similar to weed after it’s been run through a vaporizer or decarboxylated for edibles.

As much as I want to get behind innovation, Plain Jane products read more as a sneaky re-brand of weed that wouldn’t fetch a return in Oregon’s oversaturated marketplace.

Lastly, I also tried Plain Jane’s Otto 2, a full-flavor option that was roughly on par with the flowers from CBD Hemp Direct (below), but not quite up to the quality to be found through Tweedle.

CBD Hemp Direct

Miami Vice, a CBD hemp strain from CBD Hemp Direct. (Matt Stangel for Leafly)

Located “near the Las Vegas strip,” CBD Hemp Direct offers a wide array of CBD products, from gummies to cartridges, as well as a relatively extensive range of hemp flowers. The prices aren’t those of West Coast manufacturers, but the shipping is speedy and the products are similar to those available through competitors—sungrown, lacking bag appeal, but okay enough to smoke, especially if cannabis is scarce where you live.

So, how’s the smoke?

CBD Hemp Direct does a little bit of everything: edibles like gummies, beef jerky, cookies, and trail mix, extracts and concentrates including kief, moon rocks, hash, plus all sorts of prerolls and flowers.

I tried a sampling of the latter, which arrived at my home in just a few short days. Varietals range from things like Casino Cookies to Sunset Road Sherbet—grown on-site and branded to reflect the Vegas landscape while serving as alternatives to the more common strains. It’s worth noting that CBD Hemp Direct also sources a small portion of their flower from the West Coast—usually Oregon, sometimes California.

Flowers are packaged in sealed glass jars—a bid at freshness that seems to pay off but no doubt increases the cost to consumers. Breaking the seal on any number of CBD Hemp Direct flowers releases surprisingly potent terpene concentrations into the air.

The flowers vary somewhat widely in structure and quality—a 7-gram quarter will come with some smaller, stemmy stuff, as well as larger, filled-out buds. While surprising in scent, I was less sold on flavor for many of the strains I tried. I assume this flavor-scent dissonance has something to do with curing and packaging, but it’s impossible to say precisely what’s responsible.

Additionally, while the typical CBD effects were somewhat notable, I found myself reaching for the Tweedle flowers more often than those from CBD Hemp Direct.

The final verdict

My money will be going to Tweedle for future hemp flower purchases. Their varietals are the closest to the CBD-rich flower you’d find on the discount rack at a cannabis shop, while the prices accurately reflect surplus pricing.

Significant above other considerations, the effects are remarkable in the context of buying weed online. This stuff doesn’t taste fantastic and is firmly classifiable as mids, but it’s in no way terrible to smoke and there’s a certain charm—and a definitive utility—to leveling out at times when getting baked wouldn’t be the best choice.

I’ve found myself opting for Tweedle flowers over THC-rich varietals during the day. And in the evening, mixing any one of Tweedle’s Haze strains with fresh flower or extracts tends to result in a balance of effects that exceed the former or the latter, encouraging a reasonable bedtime and a more restful sleep.

In hosting a variety of THC-free experiences as aided by natural terpenes and trace cannabinoids, Tweedle’s menu is far from one-note.

And for someone like myself who experiences insomnia and bouts of work-time anxiety, a variety of cannabis experiences—be them delivered by hemp flower or traditional weed—goes a long way to enjoying my fullest, most productive life.

You might be wondering, do CBD hemp flowers smoke as bad as they look? We ordered these online offerings to find out—and now we're reporting back.