Healthy Benefits of Hemp Flower 

hemp flowers | Healthy Benefits of Hemp Flower | The earth gives us many amazing plants, flowers, trees and other growing things that can help what ails us. Hemp is one such plant.

The explosion of popularity in hemp and CBD these days is because of all the healthy benefits this plant offers. Often, these work far better than anything pharmaceutical companies provide.

Origins and Healthy Benefits

Hemp flowers come from industrial-produced hemp and contain natural cannabinoids that interact with our bodies through the endocannabinoid system. This can produce a range of benefits from lifting discordant moods to pain management.

Many people have an aversion to using hemp because of THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), the chemical that makes you feel “high” in marijuana. Although marijuana and hemp are cousins, they aren’t the same thing.

The legal threshold for regulated industrial hemp contains less that 0.3% THC, as set forth in the 2018 Farm Bill. This means it’s very unlikely you’ll get “stoned” from consuming hemp.

A Range of Uses

Many studies are available that attest to the health benefits of hemp, they include but aren’t limited to:

  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Alzheimer’s disease
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Anti-anxiety
  • Asthma
  • Constipation
  • PMS 
  • Menstrual cramps
  • Headaches

If you want to quit smoking, hemp flower could be an excellent option to try. It can act as a physical replacement for the addictive action of lighting and putting a cigarette to your mouth.

How to Consume It

The uses and benefits of hemp flower are the same as CBD oil, but you smoke or use it in food. Either of these provides a broader consumption of cannabinoids which allows you to take advantage of the “entourage effect.”

The Entourage Effect

The “entourage effect” is a process involving all chemical compounds in hemp that work together to produce the best results. Even though these compounds work well on their own, they are most beneficial when they operate together at the same time.

Dried Herb or Concentrated Oil?

There are claims that CBD extraction processes destroy the natural waxes and there are arguments for these waxes to have extra health benefits. Alternately, growers harvest and dry the flower before putting it on the market. This means the flower contains more of all the good stuff that gets lost during extraction.


The benefits and healing effects are instantaneous when you smoke hemp. If you’ve taken CBD oil and experienced digestive upset, smoking might be a better idea. The cannabinoids and other chemical compounds go right into the bloodstream through the lungs.

Cooking ; Baking

Another method for consuming hemp is through baking or cooking. This is because it is fat soluble, so you can either buy the dried flowers made into flour or you can create a flower-infused oil or butter.

If a flower infusion is what you’re going for, know that the benefits will take longer to kick in because it has to go through the digestive system. But it shouldn’t create the same digestive upsets as concentrated CBD extractions.

Final Considerations

The only problem with smoking and baking is the difficulty in regulating a daily dosage and there isn’t any standard of recommendation. So, you’ll have to experiment before you understand how much or how little is appropriate.

It’s important to talk to your doctor or trusted healthcare professional before consuming any form of hemp. Inhalation effects vary from person to person and edibles are inconsistent in their cannabinoid content.

Hemp is an effective and natural way to alleviate ailments. If taking the concentrated oil drops or capsules presents isn’t desirable, try smoking the plant or using it in your cooking.  Either method can’t hurt.