Hemp is one of the oldest and most versatile crops, boasting over 25,000 industrial uses. Smokable hemp flower has become widely popular in the cannabis industry due to its potential therapeutic benefits. As federal laws and regulations regarding the legal status of cannabidiol, CBD, and hemp are relaxing, more companies have started providing CBD hemp and hemp flowers. But many consumers are unaware of the difference between indoor and outdoor hemp plants and whether any significant quality differences exist between these two.
When it comes to cannabis plants, indoor hemp flower is a reputable option. Indoor flower is grown in wholly controlled agricultural environments that use high-tech humidity, controlled LED lighting, fan systems and other modern infrastructure to aid their production. These hemp plants are produced either hydroponically or in separate pots with specific nutrient administration that optimizes their flower production and growth. With such controlled environments, the overall quality of these premium hemp flowers improves drastically compared to outdoor or greenhouse-produced hemp buds.
Setting up indoor hemp flower production requires close attention to detail, deep commitment and a plethora of knowledge to produce high-quality hemp bud. Well-grown indoor hemp flowers have dense, frosty trichomes, whereas outdoor hemp flowers are at the mercy of natural elements, such as wind and rain, which can damage the trichomes and leave the CBD hemp flower with a thinner layer of frosty trichomes.
While sun-grown hemp can be more environment-friendly as it doesn’t require electricity and a technical structure, it can only produce one harvest annually. Indoor flowers can be produced year-round since they don’t require a natural seasonal cycle. Moreover, indoor flowers can be grown in small batches, which helps farmers pay attention to each detail and assure premium quality hemp indoors.
The list of the potential benefits of consuming a CBD hemp flower is long. Indoor hemp flowers can have high potency, which may have a greater effect on our bodies. Without causing intoxication, using CBD hemp flower can:
CBD hemp plants offer many more medical benefits and positive impacts on the body. While federal laws aren’t clear about the legality of other cannabis strains, CBD isn’t considered illegal and is safer to consume than marijuana and products containing tetrahydrocannabinol or THC.
Hemp flower comes in many strains, and each can have different effects on the body. The most popular and commonly known strains are sativa and indica.
This cannabis strain is often grown in warmer temperatures and takes a bit longer to mature and harvest. Sativa strains are skinny and tall and have stickier hemp buds. These plants have a fruity or sweet smell that typically differentiates them from indica strains. This strain provides a boost of energy and amplifies creativity and positivity among its users.
Indica strains are grown in colder temperatures and are short and bushy. They have denser hemp buds and typically broader leaves than sativa plants. Indica strains have a skunky smell that’s typically used to describe marijuana. It has sedative effects on people and helps them relax and improve their sleep.
At 25 Hour Farms, we strive to provide high-quality hemp flowers that meet our standards. Our indoor hemp flowers are strategically produced in a controlled environment and are looked after by experts who pay attention to every minute detail. A controlled environment prevents cross-pollination among hemp flowers and keeps them safe from natural threats, including pests, rain and wind.
We're committed to providing a wide selection of top-quality hemp flowers at the best possible wholesale prices. Get in touch with us to get your indoor hemp flowers.