Allergy Season Ahead!

Ah, spring is in the air! It’s a season for new beginnings. It’s the time of year for brightly colored tulips, delicate crocuses, and all things green. But for some, it also brings allergy season. As the trees and grasses start producing pollen, the symptoms begin to peak, causing discomfort for those who suffer from this condition. We explain the basics of seasonal allergies and explore the treatment options available while highlighting products that could support your healthy lifestyle. Get helpful tips for a symptom-free allergy season by reading more below.

Hay Fever and Other Seasonal Allergies

People can suffer from either indoor or outdoor allergies. The source of most allergens includes insect bites or stings, pollen, medicine, food, dust, animal dander, latex, mold, etc. Seasonal allergies occur during the spring, summer, or fall. This type of allergy can also be called hay fever or allergic rhinitis. An overactive immune system causes allergies, usually stimulated by a benign substance like pollen. The body will then release histamine and other chemicals, resulting in reactions including sneezing and swelling. The symptoms can range from mild to severe. Triggering symptoms like red and watery eyes, sneezing, nasal congestion, itchy or puffy eyes, difficulty breathing, etc. And in rare cases, individuals could develop hives.

Seasonal Allergies: Prevention and Treatment

The first line of defense is prevention. Here are some suggestions for limiting your exposure during allergy season:

  • Close the windows in your home, workplace, and car.
  • When pollen counts are high (during midday and afternoon), limit your time outside.
  • Wear a pollen or dust mask and use gloves when doing yard work.
  • After any outdoor activity, take a shower and change your clothes.
  • Leave your shoes outside.
  • Vacuum and dust regularly to limit exposure.
  • Get an allergy test to determine the cause of your symptoms.

When preventative measures aren’t enough, there are other options to consider. Treatment options for managing seasonal allergies:

  • Over-the-counter allergy medicines, like antihistamines and decongestants.
  • Saline (saltwater) nasal spray to flush out allergens. 
  • Prescription pharmaceuticals, including corticosteroids.
  • Allergy shots are a series of injections to help build a tolerance to certain allergens.
  • Holistic alternatives like cannabinoid therapy

Supplement Your Healthy Habits with Cannabinoids.

In addition to mainstream treatment options, some adult consumers have turned to cannabis as an alternative. There are a few ways cannabinoid therapy could alleviate allergy-related symptoms. Compounds such as cannabidiol (CBD) and Delta 9 THC could potentially suppress the body’s response to allergens. Cannabis also helps produce a calming effect in the body, which can help with secondary symptoms of allergies.

For novice consumers, the cannabis plant contains 540 chemical substances to date. The compounds can be divided into categories, including cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids. These compounds act together to produce many health benefits, thanks to a process called the entourage effect. Receptors in the body interact with the available compounds activating the endocannabinoid system. This system regulates mood, appetite, pain sensation, and more.

Each cultivar has a unique combination of chemical compounds, making it difficult to accurately predict each strain’s effect. Furthermore, each person will react to this combination of substances differently depending on factors like tolerance and biology. Many types of products can be made from the cannabis plant. Formats can be inhaled or ingested, and there are even several topical options available now. Please consume cannabis responsibly and start with a low dose and increase if needed — particularly if you are new to cannabis.

The FDA regulations allow hemp derivatives that contain no more than 0.3 percent Delta 9 THC for sale in the U.S. Most states have a wide selection of compliant legal products and can be purchased at a retailer or online. However, the regulatory framework isn’t perfect. Quality control is currently up to the businesses selling these types of products, so finding a supplier you can trust is important. In addition, make sure the product has had third-party testing to ensure its high quality and meets your standards.

You should trust The Hemp Doctor for all of your cannabinoid needs. We have all of our products third-party lab-tested, and all of the reports are available on our lab page. If you have questions or concerns about any of our products, we’re always happy to help.

Best Organic Cannabinoid Products

Down Shift Delta 9 THC Gummies (20 pieces per bottle) infused with 7.5mg of D9 THC, 1mg of CBC, 1mg of CBG, and 1mg of CBN per gummy and packed with many beneficial cannabinoids.

CBD Softgels THC Free (30 capsules per bottle) containing 25mg of CBD per capsule with two varieties available, 750mg or 1500mg. A Dynamic Duo, CBD with Curcumin. This formulation has 25mg of CBD and 10mg of curcumin in each capsule to better support homeostasis in the body.

Full Spectrum 900mg CBD Edibles (30 pieces per bottle) with 30mg of CBD per edible. This formulation also contains immune-supporting properties of elderberries.

Platinum OG Delta 8 THC Oil Tincture includes a total of 500mg or 1000mg of D8 THC per bottle, depending on the variation chosen. The terpene profile of this cultivar includes Myrcene, beta-Caryophyllene, Limonene, alpha-Pinene, and Linalool. They are made using high-quality MCT oil. Other varieties include Bubblegum and Zkittlez.

It’s also possible to have an allergy to cannabis. Pollen and certain terpenes are two causes that trigger this particular allergy. The symptoms experienced can be similar to traditional allergies. Avoiding cannabis use is the easiest way to resolve this. However, products such as CBD Isolate are void of terpenes and could be an alternative if you still want to use CBD and avoid allergens.

Coping with any health-related condition can be a tricky thing. Allergies are no different. Being well educated and open to holistic supplements such as cannabinoid therapy can be an empowering tool. Everyone’s health journey is unique. It’s important to find the right path for your optimal well-being, no matter what treatment plan you choose.

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Going for Sober Spring with help from hemp!

Sober Spring is a thing. Many people abstain from alcohol consumption for personal or wellness reasons during this time of year. It focuses on reducing the harmful effects that come with too much booze. Some of these sober curious consumers avoid alcohol and use cannabis instead. Although cannabis can be intoxicating like alcohol, it has several health and wellness benefits, making it a good addition to a healthy routine. In this article from The Hemp Doctor, find out how to use cannabinoid products as an alternative to alcohol while still having fun.

“Herb is the healing of a nation, alcohol is the destruction.” 

― Bob Marley

It’s Time for a Change.

Similar to Dry January, Sober Spring is a movement that supports an alcohol-free lifestyle. Its purpose is to help break bad habits and encourage adult consumers to reevaluate their relationship with alcohol, starting in mid-March and continuing until June each year. The World Health Organization shares shocking statistics about alcohol abuse and reports there are over 3 million deaths every year worldwide. Therefore, spring could be a good opportunity to practice healthy living habits for consumers with moderate to severe drinking habits.

The disadvantages of alcohol consumption:

  • Short-term health risks include injuries sustained from a motor vehicle accident or physical altercation, alcohol poisoning, hangovers, dehydration, etc.
  • Long-term health risks like cancer, heart disease, liver disease, weight gain, increased anxiety, and more.
  • Alcohol-related social problems with family or work.
  • Complications during pregnancy, including birth defects.

Is there a healthy limit? According to The Right Amount, the low-risk drinking guidelines suggest a standard serving size of alcohol is 142 ml (5 oz). It also recommends the maximum limit for men is three, and for women, it’s two drinks per day with occasional days off during the week.

Cannabis Consumption and Harm Reduction.

You don’t have to drink alcohol to have fun. Although, it remains a common perception among adults. Many reliable studies show that consumers are choosing cannabis over alcohol. As much as forty percent, says this 2009 study. Cannabis is unlikely to cause death compared to alcohol and has fewer health risks, which is why it’s generally accepted as being a good alternative. Further research is needed to determine the long-term effects of cannabis, as few as there might be.

Advantages of consuming cannabis instead of alcohol include:

  • Health benefits of cannabinoid therapy.
  • Could reduce the symptoms of a hangover.
  • Considered less addictive than alcohol.

The cannabis plant contains several helpful chemical compounds which work together with your body to produce beneficial effects. There are over 500 different compounds found in the cannabis plant and over 100 different cannabinoids identified. These include a variety of cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids. Consumers report feeling euphoric, relaxed, energized, or uplifted depending on the compounds available in a particular cultivar. You can help many health conditions with cannabinoid therapy. 

But why choose non-traditional sobriety? Besides the potential health benefits, choosing cannabis over alcohol can sometimes be for lifestyle reasons. Maybe there’s a history of alcohol abuse in the family, religious considerations, or just a lower tolerance to booze, etc. Cannabis products come in a wide variety of formats. Some produce a more intense experience, like THC-O, and some provide benefits without any intoxication. For example, hemp-derived CBD provides a non-intoxicating, calming experience preferred by consumers over the effects of alcohol.

Alcohol-free Spirits Featuring Delta 8 THC Oil Tincture

There are many inhaled products available, like dried flower and concentrates. In addition to these traditional methods, there are ingestible products that range from capsules to beverages. Below we feature a low-potency option that swaps out the liquor for a premium tincture. 

Delta 8 THC products can provide a milder buzz with less of the paranoia that can sometimes be associated with other cannabinoids, such as Delta 9 THC. Our tinctures are made using organic fractionated coconut oil and whole-plant hemp extract. Flavored with naturally occurring terpenes and comes in three varieties. These formulations are derived from hemp and therefore comply with U.S. federal law.

Let Eddie Coughlin inspire you with something new. As he said in Cocktail (1988), “anything else is always something better.” So take your mocktail to another level with this cannabis-infused Red Eye recipe. 

 

INGREDIENTS:

  • 15ml of Delta 8 THC Oil Tincture
  • Celery Salt
  • 1 Lemon and Lime
  • 4 ounces of tomato juice
  • 2 teaspoons of prepared Horseradish
  • 2 dashes of your favorite Tabasco sauce
  • 2 dashes of Worcestershire sauce
  • 1 pinch of ground black pepper
  • Optional garnish (parsley sprig, celery stalk, etc.)

 

INSTRUCTIONS:

  • On a small plate, sprinkle the celery salt. 
  • Then use a lemon or lime wedge to rub along the lip of the glass. 
  • After rolling the outer border of the glass with celery salt, fill it with ice and set it aside.
  • Squeeze the lemon and lime wedges into a shaker.
  • Add the tincture, tomato juice, horseradish, Tabasco, Worcestershire, black pepper, a pinch of celery salt, and ice. Shake gently to combine.
  • Strain the beverage into your prepared glass.
  • Finish with a garnish of your choice.

Enjoy your infused beverage responsibly!

Keep Your Mind and Body Healthy

All substances have their risks and rewards. So why not make this spring sabbatical a yearlong thing? Considering the overall safety of cannabis compared to alcohol, it’s easy to see why some individuals prefer this natural supplement. In addition to the wellness benefits, cannabis can also be used as a harm reduction tool. You can reduce negative outcomes by being mindful of why you consume and how much. Responsible consumption is key.

When using Delta 8 THC tinctures, do not drive or operate heavy machinery. Drugs or alcohol should not be used during pregnancy. Remember always to consume cannabis with intention and proper caution.

Achieve optimal performance! The Hemp Doctor offers pure, organic, bioavailable cannabinoid products at an affordable price. Learn about our 100% organic process. We guarantee the highest quality. Shop our premium product line today. Our knowledgeable staff can address any inquiries or concerns you may have about hemp and CBD products. Contact us directly.

hemp-derived Delta 9 THC

As more people begin to discover the wellness benefits of cannabis, consumers must be proactive about educating themselves on the subject of holistic supplements. Being well-informed about what you introduce into your body is beneficial for many reasons. Knowing the limitations of any supplement and having reasonable expectations of what it can do is key. The growth of the cannabis industry will rely on the provider’s ability to successfully educate consumers about the overall risks and rewards. We take consumer education very seriously, understanding our responsibility as a provider, using this as an opportunity to build trust with our customers. For more on the subject, read this helpful article below about hemp-derived Delta 9 THC.

A Breakdown: Hemp-derived Cannabinoids

Cannabis is a flowering plant from a species called Cannabaceae. It includes several subspecies, such as hemp, with its closest relative being Humulus or hops. Both cannabis and hemp have cannabinoids like cannabidiol (CBD) and Delta 9 THC in varying amounts. These chemical compounds are found in the resin glands or trichomes of the plant, which are mostly located on the buds and leaves. The main difference is that cannabis is produced for recreational and medical purposes.

In contrast, hemp is cultivated with a lower THC potency and historically has been used for industrial purposes. These compounds are made into several different product formats — everything from the standard dried flower offerings to infused topicals, capsules, and so on.

Your Body’s Endogenous Cannabinoid System

These naturally occurring compounds work with the body’s endocannabinoid system (ECS) to help balance and regulate various functions. A network of receptors can be found throughout the body, which interacts with the chemical compounds available in the plant. This system mainly features CB1 and CB2 cannabinoid receptors, each providing different effects. CB1 receptors are found in the central nervous system and CB2 receptors can be found in the immune system. It’s these biological interactions for which cannabis has become known.

Another significant interaction to consider when evaluating your consumption goals is the entourage effect. But what is the entourage effect, and what does it have to do with cannabis? The entourage effect describes a phenomenon that occurs in the body, resulting from consuming certain compounds found in cannabis. It influences the effects, making the experience more or less intense depending on the combination of compounds in each cultivar. The key is that these compounds are more effective when consumed together, maximizing overall health benefits.

Cannabis products on the market can be classified as either full or broad spectrum and, in some cases, isolate. Full-spectrum, broad-spectrum, and isolate are categorizations that refer to the product’s formulation, giving some indication of what compounds may or may not be present. For example, full-spectrum cannabinoid products will have all the cannabinoids available in the plant. The term broad-spectrum refers to products that only have certain compounds and are usually made without THC. Products classified as isolate will be formulated with one type of compound, like The Hemp Doctor’s CBD isolate or CBG isolate. Choosing the format that is right for you is personal. It depends on what fits your lifestyle, wants, and needs.

If you are still new to consuming cannabis, it’s important to know that each product and cultivar will produce different effects for each person. Therefore, we cannot say you will definitely experience a particular effect, just that you will have to experiment. The best strategy is to start with a low-potency product and increase the strength slowly until you get the effect you desire. Cannabis, purchased from a reputable provider, is considered a low-risk substance and is well tolerated by many consumers. However, inhaled cannabis products do have some health risks.

Facts About Delta 9 THC

Let’s take a closer look at one compound rising in popularity, hemp-derived Delta 9 THC. It’s similar to the THC found in marijuana but is sourced from hemp instead. All Hemp Doctor Delta 9 THC products contain less than 0.3% Delta 9 THC by weight to comply with federal law.

It does contain psychedelic properties but is less potent. This versatile compound is extracted from the hemp plant using one of several methods. Products derived from hemp are legal in the U.S. under The Farm Bill. This legislation allows for the sale and consumption of cannabis products that contain 0.3% or less of Delta 9 THC.

Introducing our newest Delta 9 THC gummies from The Hemp Doctor: 

Down Shift Delta 9 THC full spectrum gummies come in a mixed fruit flavor, with 20 pieces per bottle. Each delightful gummy contains 7.5mg of Delta 9 THC, 1mg of CBC, 1mg of CBG, and 1mg of CBN. The hemp oil used in this formulation was produced using high-tech extraction procedures to create this product. It provides a slight yet euphoric effect, helping to support your wellness lifestyle. The Hemp Doctor has the best Delta 9 THC product selection. Check out our full line of premium Delta 9 gummies and edibles. We believe in our products, which is why your satisfaction is guaranteed.

Although cannabis is largely restricted in the United States, adult consumers can access legal hemp-derived products through Farm Bill compliant distributors. This allows consumers the ability to experience what cannabis has to offer for themselves. In addition, product innovation and safety standards will continue to improve once the appropriate legislation is implemented. Science-backed research will also influence the acceptance of cannabis in society, giving credibility to its potential health benefits. Now that you understand more about hemp-derived cannabinoids and how they work, you’ll be empowered when making your next purchase.

It’s a privilege to be part of your customer journey! Our goal at The Hemp Doctor is to share our knowledge of the advantages of hemp and CBD with our customers. And to provide hemp-derived products that are safe, natural, and effective. Browse our high-performance products today. Shop now.

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THC-O Gummies vs vapes

Hemp-derived ingredients have gained immense popularity, and chances are you have already tried one of the trending products, whether it’s CBD, Delta 8 THC, CBG, or HHC.

Getting started with the new compound raises many questions. One of the primary ones is ‘how much should I take?’ Therefore, you might already be familiar with dosing the aforementioned famous cannabinoids and probably have already established your ideal daily dosage for each. However, the hemp industry keeps growing, and as the interest in new cannabinoids is increasing, recently, a new cannabinoid emerged on the scene – THC-O.

Even though you may already have tried different cannabinoids, THC-O is entirely different from anything you have tried before. It also requires a different approach in dosing than any other hemp-derived compound. That’s because THC-O is not similar to any cannabinoids you have tried before and also because it can be considerably stronger for some users, than Delta 9 THC in marijuana and requires more caution in terms of dosing not to go overboard.

The famous types of THC-O products currently consist of gummies and vape carts, and because these two types offer different consumption methods, they also require a different approach in terms of dosing. The new hemp-derived compound even gained a nickname – the psychedelic cannabinoid, so it’s not surprising you want to find a safe amount to begin consuming THC-O. This article will guide you to determine the proper amount of the product to drive desired effects from THC-O.

What is THC-O?

It’s not been a long time since many consumers were asking the same question about Delta 8 THC, but because people want to explore more about legal hemp and its compounds, more THC variations have begun to appear on the market.

THC-O is a synthetic cannabinoid, a rising star on the hemp-derived market. Although lab-made, it’s an analog of THC with an almost identical chemical structure as the latter.

Unlike Delta 9 THC in marijuana, THC-O derives from the federally legal cannabis plant – hemp and undergoes a series of advanced extraction and production steps.

The process begins with extracting cannabidiol (CBD) from hemp, followed by converting it to Delta 8 THC and using organic solvent acetic anhydride to produce THC-O from Delta 8 THC molecules. The process results in three times more potent hemp-derived compound – THC-O, than the psychoactive Delta 9 THC.

In terms of its effects., THC-O produces similar outcomes as Delta 9 THC, only stronger, but the results you experience will depend on two factors: The product you choose and the amount you consume.

 

THC-O Potency VS. THC-O Dosage

Regardless of which product type you choose – THC-O vape cart or THC-O gummies, they will come in varying potencies, meaning they will differ in the amount of THC-O they contain. The potency is crucial for determining the amount of the product to consume.

For example, each gummy piece may feature 10mg of THC-O, and if your targeted dose is 20mg, you can safely consume two gummies. If each gummy features 20mg THC-O, consuming two in one sitting will be too much.

On the other hand, THC-O dosage is how much of the product you consume, whether it’s gummy or vape cart. So the dosage multiplied by the product’s potency is the consumed amount of THC-O.

Gummies vs. Vape Carts

One of the crucial factors to consider when determining how much of the product you should consume is the product type you choose. For example, gummies have much lower absorption rates because they first need to go to the digestive tract and liver and then to your bloodstream to deliver effects. In contrast, THC-O vape carts are much more bioavailable, as THC-O, through inhalation, makes a shortcut to the bloodstream; hence, less is lost on the way.

One more aspect to consider is the time it takes these two product types to provide results. Because THC-O gummies first need to travel to your digestive tract, their effects will be delayed and may take up to an hour, depending on your metabolism. That’s why it’s crucial not to consume more to boost the product’s effects until you wait for at least an hour for your body to absorb the compound. On the contrary, vape carts kick in much faster than gummies and might take effect anywhere between 15-30 minutes.

 

Recommended THC-O Doses For Beginners

When you first consume a new cannabinoid, you don’t know how it affects your body or how much you need to see the desired results. That’s why we always recommend starting with small doses, but with THC-O, we advise taking even more caution.

  • The recommended dose for beginners (low tolerance) is between 3mg-10mg per use
  • 2nd THC-O dosage tier (medium tolerance) is 10mg-25mg per consumption
  • 3rd THC-O dosage tier (high tolerance) is anything between 25 to 50mg and above

As discussed above, how much of the product you should consume depends on its potency, and when consuming THC-O gummies, wait for at least an hour to start experiencing the results. As for the THC-O vape cart, we suggest taking a single puff and waiting 15-30 minutes before taking another one.

 

Try THC-O Vape Cart at The Hemp Doctor

Hemp-derived products differ in quality, and THC-O products are no exception. So if you are searching for a premium THC-O product to launch your THC-O journey, you’ve made the right stop at The Hemp Doctor – America’s premier CBD and Hemp Dispensary. We make premium 1 ml THC-O vape carts using only superior ingredients and U.S.-grown, pure, high-quality hemp.

Our THC-O vape cart is third-party lab-tested to ensure its purity and potency, so you’ll never have to question its quality. Although it offers a smooth pull, be cautious and wait up to 30 minutes for the effects to kick in.

Additionally, we’ve got some great strains options you can choose from, including:

  • The energizing and heady focus of our Sativa strains like Train Wreck or Amnesia Haze,
  • The sedating effect of our Indica Skywalker OG, or
  • Our combination hybrid strains of our Runtz or Gorilla Glue.

Ready to try? Order our THC-O vape cart today and experience the difference.

Terpenes

Every new year comes with growth and change, so in 2022 you probably want to learn more about cannabis and hemp-derived products, so you can make more informed decisions and reap all the benefits the hemp plant has to offer. Whether CBD, Delta 8 THC, or any other hemp derivatives, there’s way more to them than only the active ingredient, regardless of which products you consume.

 

What are Terpenes?

If you ever smelled any cannabis strain and noticed its distinct aroma, then you already have experienced the effect of terpenes – organic aromatic compounds in nearly all plants and even in animals. Although once, many believed the primary function of terpenes was giving scents to plants that would defend them from predators, the aroma turns out to be just the tip of the iceberg, and they have various benefits of their own.

 

Do Cannabis Plants Have Terpenes?

The cannabis plant, like almost any other plant found in nature, contains terpenes that play a crucial role in its growth and survival. Besides, they account for varying flavors and aromas across different strains. For example, terpenes are why OG Kush smells like pine trees and has an earthy taste, or Sour Diesel has a sour and citrusy flavor.

As already mentioned above, the effects of terpenes go way beyond pleasing our taste buds or providing an aromatic experience but have a significant impact on the outcomes each strain produces. This article will discuss the benefits of humulene – one of the most common terpenes in cannabis plants.

 

What is Humulene?

Humulene, the characteristic terpene of the hop, was first discovered in the essential oils of the latter. If you love beer, humulene is the primary reason it has woody and spicy flavors, and probably, you have already experienced its effects from the various cannabis strains. Although common to cannabis and existing nearly in all strains, humulene can also be found in many plants, herbs, and spices, responsible for their distinct aroma and flavors, including sage, ginseng, basil, clove, black pepper, and coriander.

Humulene, also known as a-caryophyllene, was named after Humulus lupus – the hop plant. Although the terpene shares the same chemical formula as β-caryophyllene, they differ in structure but usually exist together in many plants, such as basil, clove, and sage. Most cannabis varieties have high levels of humulene, especially Sativa strains. Humulene is amongst core cannabis terpenes, with others being myrcene, terpinolene, limonene, pinene, and geraniol. Humulene’s aroma is earthy and woody, with spicy and herbal notes.

 

Benefits of Humulene

Many researchers have already investigated the effects of humulene on the human body. Studies on humulene indicate that it possesses both topical and systemic anti-inflammatory properties. Humulene might also be an effective analgesic when consumed orally, taken by aerosol, or applied topically.

Humulene is probably one of the most researched terpenes. As a result, the medical community keeps investigating its therapeutic properties—a study in 2007 evaluated anti-inflammatory properties of humulene isolated from Cordia Verbenaceae’s essential oil. The authors compared its effects to dexamethasone, a corticosteroid. The study concluded that alpha-humulene from the essential oil of C. Verbenaceae might represent important tools for the management or treatment of inflammatory diseases.

Humulene is also beneficial to the cannabis plant. Before harvest, it plays a crucial role in its life cycle by defending cannabis plants from infectious germs, fungi, or bacteria.

 

The Entourage Effect

Terpenes like humulene play a crucial role in the Entourage Effect. The entourage effect theory suggests that terpenes are essential for better absorption of cannabinoids and when they work synergistically with other compounds, consumers experience boosted effects. Isolated CBD or any THC variation wouldn’t have the same effect if there were no terpenes in the product. Terpenes like humulene help your body better absorb and experience the effects of cannabinoids.

 

Cannabis Strains With Humulene

After what you’ve learned, now you probably want to know which strains are rich in this terpene so you can experience its effects on your own. Humulene dominant Cannabis strains to try for this matter include:

 

Wedding Cake

This hybrid Indica-dominant cannabis strain may not taste like an actual cake. Still, its vanilla smell and rich flavors that combine earthy, nutty, sweet, sour, and vanilla tastes provide an equally pleasing experience. Most importantly, the strain is rich in humulene along with limonene and caryophyllene. As a result, wedding cake offers a more relaxing effect.

 

Girl Scout Cookies (GSC)

Girl Scout Cookies (GSC) offers a flavorful and relaxing experience. It’s an Indica-dominant hybrid strain with parent strains being OG Kush and Durban Poison. Its flavor and aroma combine sweet and earthy tones, similar to OG Kush but slightly sweeter.

 

Gelato

Gelato is rich in Beta-Caryophyllene, Myrcene, Limonene, and Humulene. When searching for a sweet, flavorful, and relaxing cannabis strain to smoke, it’s a great strain to choose.

 

Bubba Kush

If you are searching for a delicious smoke rich in flavor combining earthy and nutty tastes with sweet hints of chocolate and coffee, bubba kush is a must-try. In addition, Bubba Kush produces soothing effects throughout the body, so it’s a perfect strain choice when you are looking for a relaxing experience or strain with sedative effects.

 

Want to experience the effects of the terpenes? Shop at the Hemp Doctor!

Whether you want to smoke, vape, or sublingually consume hemp-derived compounds working in synergy with terpenes: we have options for you. Our wide inventory of products features a variety of smokables like hemp flower and prerolls in numerous strains rich in terpenes, as well as vape cartridges and Delta 8 THC with humulene, beta-Caryophyllene, Linalool, Terpineol, alpha-Bisabolol, beta-Pinene, Citronellol, Geraniol, Myrcene, alpha-Pinene, Borneol, Camphene, and Eugenol. We also carry all of the humulene-rich strains listed in this article, available in vapes, prerolls, and flower.

Every Hemp Doctor product is made from U.S.-grown hemp, features premium ingredients, is Farm-Bill Compliant, and most importantly, is third-party lab tested, hence, guaranteed quality. So shop today and experience the effects of terpenes yourself!

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