In recent years, CBD (cannabidiol) has become a hot topic of conversation, mainly due to its many therapeutic benefits. But with a multitude of forms available on the market, how can you determine which one is the most effective? In this article, we'll explore the different forms of CBD, including CBD flowers, oil, salves, and infusions, to help you choose which one might be best for you.
CBD flowers, also known as CBD buds, are the mature flowers of the Cannabis Sativa plant. These flowers are where the concentration of cannabinoids, such as CBD (cannabidiol), is highest.
CBD is one of several cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant. Unlike THC ( tetrahydrocannabinol ), CBD does not have psychotropic effects, meaning it does not cause a "high" or altered consciousness. CBD flowers are often grown specifically to contain high levels of CBD and very low levels of THC (less than 0.3%).
Harvest and use:
After being harvested, the CBD flowers are dried, then undergo a curring phase (a maturation process) similar to the maturation phase of a wine. They can be smoked, vaporized, infused, or used to make CBD products, like oils or balms.
Benefits of CBD flowers:
Many studies suggest that CBD may have a variety of health-promoting properties, including pain relief , anxiety reduction , and improved sleep . Consumption of CBD flowers allows for rapid absorption of CBD into the body, providing faster relief compared to other methods.
It is essential to note that the legality of CBD flowers varies by country and region. In some places, possession or sale of CBD flowers might be illegal, even if they contain negligible amounts of THC. In France, CBD flowers are legal if they contain less than 0.3% THC.
CBD flowers from Maison Sativa: The organic choice
At Maison Sativa , we offer a variety of high-quality CBD flowers , grown without pesticides or chemical fertilizers. All our flowers are packaged in recycled amber glass pots to protect them from the sun's rays and keep their benefits and aromas intact.
CBD oil is made by extracting CBD and other active ingredients from hemp flowers and diluting it in a carrier oil like coconut oil.
Benefits of CBD Oils
CBD oil is easy to dose thanks to the dropper. It can be taken sublingually (under the tongue) for rapid absorption or added to foods and drinks. The effect lasts longer compared to that of flowers. CBD oil has been shown to be effective in symptomatically managing anxiety , certain sleep disorders , and pain .
Homemade Sativa and CBD Oil:
At Maison Sativa, all our oils are produced from our CBD flowers to offer you the best quality on the market.Click here to discover our organic CBD oils .
What is this ?
CBD balms are topical products that contain CBD. They are generally used to treat localized skin problems or muscle pain.
Benefits of CBD Salves
Applied directly to the skin, the balms allow local absorption of CBD, specifically targeting areas of discomfort or inflammation.
What is this ?
CBD teas combine CBD with other beneficial herbs to create a calming drink.
Perfect for those looking to unwind after a long day, infusions offer a gentle method of ingesting CBD while still enjoying the benefits of other medicinal plants.
Discover our Well-being infusion , designed with dedication by the herbalist at Maison Sativa, this exceptional infusion invites you on a journey towards deep tranquility. Lavender flowers emit a captivating scent and are rich in linalool, a natural substance prized for its soothing effect. They blend harmoniously with immortelle flowers, famous for their regenerative properties, and CBD flowers, valued for their relaxing ability. This well-being infusion is an ode to sweetness.
Each form of CBD has its own benefits. It all depends on your needs and preferences. At Maison Sativa , we pride ourselves on offering a range of high quality products. Our flowers are grown without pesticides or chemical fertilizers. Our oils and infusions are organic, ensuring a pure and beneficial experience for our consumers. Before choosing, it is essential to obtain information and, if possible, consult a health professional.