What is the difference between cannabis and hemp?
The plant name “cannabis” refers to a group of three plants with psychoactive properties, known as Cannabis Sativa , Cannabis Indica, and Cannabis Ruderalis. Cannabis Sativa grows tall and skinny and is native more tropical regions including Asia, Africa and Central America. Cannabis Indica grows much shorter and bushier than sativa plants and is native to more arid and mountainous regions like India and Afghanistan. Both Cannabis Indica and Cannabis Sativa varieties are typically what are found in a cannabis dispensary containing high concentrations of THC. Cannabis ruderalis is a short and stalky plant with thick and sturdy stems that typically contains low concentrations of THC.
Is hemp and CBD legal?
What is the history of hemp and cannabis legalization?
Will smoking hemp get me high?
Typically, most drug tests are searching for THC and THC metabolites within the body. Hemp plants, by definition, can contain up to 0.3% THC on a dry weight basis. Using any hemp product, including Tree-Rolls Hemp Company products, bears a risk of testing positive for THC on a drug test. For this reason, Tree-Rolls Hemp Company makes no representations or warranties about a consumer's ability to pass a THC drug test after consuming these products.
Will I fail a drug test from hemp and CBD?
What are Trichomes?
What are Terpenes?
What are Cannabinoids?
What is CBD?
What is THC?
What is CBG?
What is CBN?
What is the difference between THC and CBD?
THC is federally illegal and regulated by each state. CBD is federally legal and regulated by each state.
THC is psychoactive and gives you the intoxicated “high” feeling. CBD is non-psychoactive and does not get you high.
What does slow-cured hemp mean?
What is the difference between a good pre-roll and a bad one?
Is the “pack” consistent throughout the entire pre-roll? There shouldn’t be any creases, indents or loose spots throughout the pre-roll. Too tight of a pack and the pre-roll will not smoke/draw correctly, and too loose of a pack, the pre-roll will burn unevenly or not maintain its structure.
What do you see? It should be beautiful ground hemp flower. What you don’t want to see are stems, seeds or too much leaf through the translucent paper, as these have a much harsher flavor and lower concentration of the plant’s terpenes and cannabinoids.
It’s all about the weight and pack consistency of a pre-roll, not the size. Pre-Rolls do vary in size, depending on the net weight of the pre-roll. Pre-rolls typically range in size from 0.25 grams (small size), up to about 1.25 grams for the larger sizes. Keep in mind that each hemp harvest and grower is different, so even though two different pre-rolls may be the same net weight, they may not always be the same size.
There should always be a pungent aroma coming from the pre-roll. If you do not immediately smell the aroma when you open the package, or the product smells like grass/hay, the product may be older, the hemp wasn’t cured correctly, or the packaging does not properly seal and store the product.