Bred from genetics in Spain and the Netherlands, Miss B was bred to be a heavy-yielding showcase flower. The plasticity on this cultivator is just incredible. Miss B was bred for a high profile of CBD and an almost nondetectable profile of THC. This is a 35:1 ration strain of CBD/THC. She is a uniform and stable cultivator that reflects about 75% homozygosity.
Mustard Berry is a cultivar that was bred for high yields, great immunity against powdery mildew, botrytis and bud rot, which is then backed by a heavy skunk and fruit terpene profile. The bud to leaf ratio is quite astonishing, with fist size blooms that almost touch when spread out in a trellis. This strain has a mustard nose with a lingering hint of berry. A 16% CBD-A profile can be expected if grown to her full potential. This cultivar is also a sage candidate for growers in states that have to be total THC compliant.
A reason why people prefer indica CBD flower is for its distinct dank smell—it tends to have more of a piney aroma than sativa. Some indica-dominant hybrids may have a slight fruity or sour note, but indica is known for its pungent aroma.
Some of the most common flavors and aromas associated with indica bud are:
SPICY | CREAMY | PINEY | EARTHY | DANK | SKUNKY
Due to its sedative effects, indica flower is best suited for nighttime use. CBD indica flower can make you feel anywhere from calm, relaxed, and sleepy, to straight up couch-locked—or even lethargic. While indica might not be the best type of bud for daytime use (unlike sativa CBD flower), it is ideal if you are suffering from insomnia, or just want to get a better night’s sleep.
A terpene typically found in higher concentrations in indica bud is linalool. It’s said to be partly responsible for its calming effect. Linalool occurs naturally in lavender. It can induce sleepiness, especially when it interacts with CBD, as one of the commonly reported effects of high CBD dosages is increased tiredness. Indica CBD flower is said to contain higher levels of myrcene, found naturally in mangos and lemongrass, which may be partly responsible for the couchlocking effect.
These are some of the known effects that are associated with indica flower:
How to Enjoy
Vaping and smoking hemp flower for its CBD effects is one of the most popular ways to be
enjoyed. Our exotic flower can be enjoyed in several ways:
Smoking hemp flower through a water pipe or ‘bong’ will deliver smoke much faster to your lungs—fast reach means immediate effects.
Pipes are also pretty common among hemp lovers. Although they are identical to tobacco pipes, they are made of metal, ceramic, glass, or even bamboo, whereas tobacco pipes are usually made of clay, briarwood, corncob, or meerschaum.
Undoubtedly, the most common way to smoke hemp flower is to roll them into a hemp cone. This solution is affordable, convenient, and very easy to make.
First, you grind the hemp flower, then roll it in a paper and light the flame at the end. The paper is usually made of hemp or rice. This means if you roll your joint in hemp paper, it can give you a double-relaxing effect.
If you’d rather not roll your own, we also offer pre-rolled hemp cones for your convenience!
Since vapor absorbs into your lungs more quickly than smoke, vaping hemp flower may be more effective than smoking it. Vaping also preserves the terpenes and flavonoids that provide CBD flowers with their unique flavors.
To vape, 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.