"Sour Widow" CBD Hemp Flowers (CBD 16% Max)
About "Sour Widow" CBD Hemp Flower
Sour Widow CBD hemp flower is a Sativa-dominant strain that is known for producing a euphoric feeling upon consumption, making it a nice strain to consume during the day. When consumed, people tend to get a taste of citrus with nutty tones coming through. It is said to be a good strain for helping with pain relief and providing energy, and if looked at closely can sometimes be noticed for its caramel-coloured hairs sparkling with trichomes. Our CBD Sour Widow hemp flower contains no more than 16% CBD and as required by law, no more than 0.2% THC.
White Widow CBD hemp flowers produce an almost skunk-like scent when consumed and may have noticeable hints of spice and berry.
Parent Strain 1: Super Sour Diesel | Parent Strain 2: White Widow
Product: Sour Widow
When trimmed our Sour Widow CBD hemp flower is sticky and dense, while sparkling with trichomes. All of our flowers are processed by a machine "chopper" in order to break them down into smaller pieces.
Effects (Based on Online Reviews)
Feelings: Creative, Euphoric, Energised, Uplifted, Happy
Suggested to Help With*: People often report this one to be good for helping you wind down after a tough day, getting to sleep when you’re not able to and even for helping to mellow out those bad days.
All of our CBD flowers are hemp-derived, non-psychotoxic, THC-free* & EIHA EU certified strains. All of our hemp flowers come from carefully grown Carmagnola industrial hemp under government licenses in Italy and Switzerland. Hemp is not marijuana and will not produce the "high" often associated with cannabis. These CBD hemp flower souvenirs are also named after popular cannabis strains with similar terpene profiles, however, do not contain THC and are not actually related to the THC strains they're named after.
*There is currently limited research into the scientific benefits of CBD on the body, while many people report CBD to help with a wide range of health conditions, these findings are not fully scientifically-backed yet. This is largely due to a lack of research within the field due to the stigma surrounding cannabis.