The Pros of Smoking Hemp

  1.  Bioavailability: Bioavailability refers to the rate at which a substance is absorbed by the body’s circulatory system. Smoking Hemp or inhaling  rather than ingesting CBD has a much greater bioavailability rate. For example, edibles have about a 5-20% bioavailability rate. Tinctures, which are taken sublingually have a 15-35% bioavailability rate. Smoking has the highest bioavailability with a 25-55% rate. 

  2. Quicker  Effect: Smoking works faster than ingesting. When smoking, effects are almost immediate. When ingesting or eating effects may take 30-40 minutes.

  3. No Nicotine: Hemp does not contain Nicotine and is less toxic than smoking tobacco. Smoking hemp is non-addictive. 

  4. Affordability: Hemp is more affordable. For example: our Cascade 1 gram pre-roll will contain 177mg of CBD and cost you $15 for Two pre-rolls. That’s over 350mg of CBD for two pre-rolls. Whereas a Tincture with the same 350mg dosage per 30ml Bottle will cost you $40-$60 

  5. Entourage Effect: Hemp flower contains the full suite of cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids. This allows you to take advantage of the “entourage effect” which is the synergistic nature between compounds that make them more effective together than alone.

  6. Non-Psychoactive: Smoking Hemp won’t get you high. All of our strains are 3rd party Lab tested to insure they contain no more than .3% THC and are classified as “Industrial Hemp” under the 2018 Farm Bill. Whereas hemp contains less than .3% THC, marijuana typically contains 5% to 25% THC. 

  7. Get Social: Many long for the social aspect of smoking. Smoking hemp allows one to partake in the ritual of smoking without the addictive or psychoactive traits of cigarettes or smoking marijuana.


Disclaimer: According to The American Lung Association, inhaling smoke of any kind is considered harmful to the lungs, whether it’s coming from a cigarette, hemp flower, or campfire. Smoke irritates lungs and depending on the chemicals present, and the frequency of exposure, it can also increase the risk of chronic bronchitis, pneumonia, cancer, and lung disease.