Here are the top eight hemp flower strains you can find. Some of them are within the legal limit of less than 0.3% THC, while others contain high THC concentrations. Some are also popular CBD strains that provide different sent of effects compared to high-THC strains.
The AC/DC is a product of crossing Cannatonic and Ruderalis strains, coming up with a 20:1 CBD to THC ratio hybrid strain. Usually, the AC/DC hemp flower strains contain amounts of CBD that ranges from 16% to 24%, which makes it appealing for treating patients suffering from anxiety, seizures, and chronic aches and pains.
Studies have also found that the strain can potentially help people with depression, stress, and Parkinson’s disease.
The Elektra is a product of crossing the Early Resin Berry and AC/DC, producing a Sativa-dominant hybrid mostly known for its piney fragrance with subtle hints of lime and fruit as the smoke settles. The strain is one of the most balanced hemp flower strains in terms of effects and benefits, which makes it an appealing day time strain.
The Elektra hemp flower contains 16% of CBD and 0.3% of THC, making it widely available in most states in the US.
The lifter is a high CBD hemp strain, which mainly comes from its Early Resin Berry (ERB) genes, with another half of its parentage from the very popular Suver Haze, which is another CBD strain. In terms of appearance, the Lifter strain boasts uniqueness with its darker color, which is unlike any other strains. Flavor-wise, it boasts sweet berry flavors that are as appealing as any cannabis smoke gets.
This strain is a child of the Charlottes Cherries and the Wife, which contains a heaping 22% of CBD combined with very low THC concentration. With that, the Cherry Wine hemp flower strain can offer clean CBD benefits without any psychoactive and intoxicating effects that could hamper with your daily life.
Like its name, it is not surprising that this strain is extremely aromatic, featuring a black pepper aroma with modest hints of sweet cherry. With its low THC concentration, this CBD strain is widely available in most states in the US.
This strain is a new one and originated from a cannabis farm in Oregon. It contains 0.6% of THH and around 17% of CBD. And while it has a relatively high THC concentration than what is universally legal for a cannabis product, it appeals to a lot of smokers who want to experience the sensations of THC effects on a mild and minimal level.
The cross of Thai Sativa, Nepali Indica, Swiss Sativa, and Colombian Gold, produced a sativa-dominant strain called the Harlequin. It has a 5:2 CBD to THC ratio, with lab tests indicating a 4% to 7% of THC in the strain, while its CBD content lies within the 8% to 16% range.
With a nearly balanced CBD and THC ratio, the effects of the Harlequin strain are also nearly equal. It is appealing for use in treating fatigue, headaches, anxiety, stress, and chronic aches and pains. It’s also one of the most aromatic strains, boasting an earthy scent that settles to a mango and citrus flavor.
The Cannatonic strain is a cross between the MK Ultra and the G13 Haze by Resin Reeds and is largely considered as the CBD queen by experts. It gained the moniker after it shocked everyone during cannabis, even in Spain, with its high CBD concentration. It boasts as high as 17% of CBD while maintaining a 6% THC levels, with some of its seeds have 1:1 CBD to THC ratio.
With its high CBD content, this strain appeals largely to people looking for a pain relief strain for conditions such as migraines and muscle spasms. This CBD strain is also often used to treat anxiety and stress.
It’s not just special, but premium as well, mainly because of the strong terpene profile of the strain. The Special Sauce hemp flower strains are found to have around 15 different terpenes, making it an unforgettable and unique flavor experience. Its delicate aroma and flavor of exotic floral with hints of spice that is reminiscent of hops make this strain for smokers with a refined palate.
CBD strains produce cool and collected effects when smoked, compared to the mostly euphoric effects of strains high in THC. Whatever your strain choice is, these hemp flower strains are among the popular choices in the market, which should help you in choosing the ideal strain for your needs and preference.