The Finest USA-Grown
Organic Hemp Flower
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TOTAL CANNABINOIDS 13.31%
TOTAL CANNABINOIDS 18.65%
TOTAL CANNABINOIDS 18.95%
TOTAL CANNABINOIDS 14.60%
TOTAL CANNABINOIDS 13.29%
TOTAL CANNABINOIDS 27.2%
TOTAL CANNABINOIDS 29.1%
Quality Control from Seed to Sale
Full-panel Certificates of Analysis (COA) are available for every batch of our hemp flower, ensuring purity and potency.
So, What Exactly Is Hemp Flower?
Hemp and marijuana are two varieties of the same plant. Hemp flower, sometimes referred to as hemp bud or CBD bud, comes from a Cannabis plant that contains high levels of CBD and very low levels of THC (0.3 percent or less, as is federally mandated). So, while a hemp plant may look similar to a marijuana plant, flowers grown from industrial hemp are non-psychoactive and will not get you high.
Using hemp flower is one way of enjoying a full-spectrum CBD product, meaning the flower will contain all of its natural compounds including terpenes, fatty acids, flavanoids, and other cannabinoids. Each of these compounds has effects and benefits of its own. Yet not all hemp is created equal. The meticulous care we give our hemp plants and our gentle, time-intensive harvesting, curing, and trimming processes ensure that we deliver the most aesthetically pleasing, CBD-rich flowers that nature can offer.
Hemp Flower FAQs
Where is Crescent Canna hemp grown?
Our hemp flower is grown exclusively on U.S. soil by licensed growers using the highest standards of farming.
Is hemp flower actually legal?
Yes. With the passage of the 2018 Farm Bill, industrial-grade hemp is completely legal to produce, distribute, and purchase in the U.S.
How much CBD is in the hemp flower?
The current strains we carry have been hand-selected for their high CBD content, ranging between 13 and 20 percent CBD. But don’t take our word for it…check the lab reports that are included with each order.
Do you provide Certificates of Analysis (COAs)?
Have more questions about hemp flower? Check out our full hemp flower FAQ here.