Most, or nearly all, CBD cigarettes do not contain tobacco— instead they are usually made with CBD hemp flowers which possess low amounts of the main psychoactive part of cannabis— tetrahydrocannabinol, commonly known as THC.
Hemp cigarettes are just like tobacco cigarettes, except what’s inside them. There’s no tobacco, just smokable hemp made from either industrial hemp or high CBD strains.
There are detectable amounts of THC in these cigarettes, but within the legal limit of 0.3%—a level too low for intoxication.
However, be advised that smoking CBD cigarettes carry the same risk as using any full-spectrum CBD product: you may fail a drug test.
If you’re not concerned about drug tests and you’re looking for a smokable alternative to tobacco cigarettes, these might work for you. They provide a similar experience, form-factor, and they can even produce a calming effect.
But smoking anything exposes you to carcinogens and carbon monoxide. Hemp CBD cigarettes are not a “safe smoke.” On the other hand, there’s research to suggest that consuming CBD may help you quit smoking tobacco by reducing your cravings for nicotine. If you think smoking CBD can help you, do yourself a favor and try some of the best quality hemp cigarettes on the market.
Hemp cigarettes are not intended to get you high or provide the same flavor as a joint filled with high-grade cannabis. They do produce a slight weed aroma because, at the end of the day, hemp is just very low-THC cannabis. If you just want to replace your pack of smokes, hemp cigarettes might just be the solution.
Made with industrial hemp (not trimmed buds)
Not the highest cannabinoid and terpene content
They produce a faint weed smell
May have added flavors
Might not satisfy your nicotine cravings
Not as widely available as tobacco cigarettes
If you were to open a hemp cigarette, chances are it will most likely be filled with industrial hemp. Not that bright green stuff covered in crystals and hairs. Industrial hemp looks a lot more like tobacco, but with a golden brown or slightly green hue. If you’re familiar with marijuana, industrial hemp is essentially the “brick weed” of hemp. It doesn’t look spectacular, but it gets the job done. The job, in this case, is to provide an alternative to tobacco, along with the benefits of CBD. If you are looking for the dankest smoke, you’re better off with the best CBD pre-rolls that contain up to five times more cannabinoids and terpenes.
As of 2022, TAAT CBD cigarettes will be available in supermarkets as the law allows the sale of products containing less than 1% THC.
US law and regulation following the 2018 Farm Bill allows the sale of hemp products containing less than 0.3% THC on a dry weight, post-decarboxylation basis.
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