Due to the Farm Bill of 2018, many states have made changes to their laws regarding the status of hemp flower and its beneficial derivative, CBD. While some of the changes have allowed more regulation and mobility in the industry, some have posed restrictions on hemp in its smokable form; specifically hemp cigarettes.
This means that while most states now allow the selling and purchasing of CBD in some form (besides Idaho, Iowa and South Dakota), some have concerns that smokable hemp is too similar to appearance and smell, and have responded accordingly.
Has your state been affected by these bans? Don’t worry, because we’re about to show you everything you need to know!
In this guide, we’ll cover:
- Choosing Quality: Mr. Hemp Flower’s Hemp Cigs
- A Close-Up Look: Lab Tests, Results and Terpenes
- Benefits and Uses
- Is It Legal To Buy and Sell Hemp Cigarettes in Florida?
By now, it’s likely that you’ve seen the many forms of hemp and CBD, be it tinctures, edibles, or vapes, which can all be legally bought in the state of Florida. But one particularly popular form of CBD has been smokable hemp, which is convenient and enjoyable for many individuals while posing its benefits. And as we’ll see, it may even help curb a smoking habit
Choosing Quality: Where to Buy the Best CBD Cigarettes in Florida
Choosing the best smoke can seem a bit daunting for those trying CBD cigarettes.
Rest assured that they’re easier to find in Florida than you think; hemp cigs can be bought from licensed dispensaries throughout Florida, but you can also buy them online to enjoy maximum privacy and discretion.
Let’s talk about the easiest, safest way to guarantee quality hemp cigs: by shopping online with Mr. Hemp Flower.
When shopping from Mr. Hemp Flower, you’ll see that the quality is noticeable, especially when you’ve seen any of our competitors by comparison–not only in the hemp flower itself, but also the value and customer service.
For starters, lots of brands will just fill their hemp cigarettes with ground-up hemp flower, call it done, and then slap a label on the carton touting the “pure hemp” found in their products.
While there’s nothing wrong with a blend of strictly hemp flower, we step it up by adding kief to our signature blend.
Kief, which has the appearance and consistency of an ultra-fine lightweight dust, comes from the resinous trichomes found in hemp, as well as with cannabis.
The kief in hemp flower is made up of the resinous glands that house the CBD and terpenes, so sifting together just a pinch can transform your hemp smoking experience.
On top of that, our product is nicotine and tobacco-free, making them a popular alternative to traditional cigarettes.
Last but not least, we have unbeatable customer service. Here are some of our reviews from real customers:
“Love this company and every one of their products!! Amazing quality products and great customer service/updates on orders.”
“Good stuff and excellent customer service as well. The total package!”
“These kief and hemp smokes are great. The filters remove all the tar making the experience much better. will order more soon. also, the service is excellent.”
Our customer service representatives are easy to reach with any inquiries you might have, which you can submit here. On a typical business day, we usually answer our customers’ questions within 3-4 hours.
A Close-Up Look: Lab Tests, Results and Terpenes
Every CBD supplier should offer a certificate of analysis proving that the products have been tested for contaminants and cannabinoid levels.
When you see our lab tests, you’ll be assured not only that your product is safe, but you’ll see the spectrum of terps you’ll be enjoying.
Here are some of the main terpenes found in the proprietary blend for our hemp cigs.
On our site, we have all of our certificates of analysis fully accessible, and you can see our lab tests for hemp cigs here.
(H4)Alpha-Bisabolol-1.31 mg/g (.13%)
Notably found in German chamomile, alpha bisabolol is known for its delicate fragrance and soothing effects, but it may do wonders as more than a cup of herbal tea: aside from the evidence that it may help with anxiety and depression, growing research is showing that this terpene may be particularly useful against chronic pain.
Guaiol-1.02 mg/g (.10%)
This terpene is found especially in cannabis and cypress, is known for their antibacterial, antimicrobial, and antioxidant properties, but it may also be a viable source of defense against systemic inflammation.
Beta-Pinene-.626 mg/g (.06%)
Beta pinene has an especially piney fragrance, and while it, too, has evidence of working well against pain symptoms, beta pinene also acts as an expectorant, meaning that it helps promote the clearing of air passageways to help treat coughs.
Beta pinene lends a deep, rich aroma to our hemp cigs, and adds on to its overall mellowing effect, allowing your smoke break to become a moment of significant respite.
Trans-Caryophyllene .464 mg/g (.05%)
Found in hops, rosemary and cloves, caryophyllene has actually been researched for longer than many other terpenes, and has been shown to act as a neuroprotective agent by interacting with the CB1 and CB2 receptors to bring down inflammation.
Benefits and Uses of
CBD is a useful cannabinoid that won’t get you high, and thanks to its enjoyability and convenience, they may be a valuable alternative to those trying to quit smoking; aside from its convenience and enjoyability, one of the biggest factors that make them so appealing is the health advantages they offer.
While it should be understood that smoking anything is not going to be the best thing for your body, hemp cigarettes make a safer alternative to carcinogenic tobacco products. Plus, the lack of nicotine in CBD cigarettes makes them non-addictive, and has even helped individuals quit smoking.
According to research from a blind study at University College London, nicotine-dependent subjects who were given CBD reduced cigarette usage by 40%, while those who took placebos noticed no difference.
Plus, you’re still getting the same benefits of CBD and terpenes that you’d enjoy from any other CBD product, but more quickly and without the digestion process of tinctures or edibles.
Is It Legal To Buy CBD Cigarettes in Florida?
Now you may be wondering: is it legal to buy hemp cigarettes (smokable hemp) in Florida?
In short, yes.
But to break it down, it helps to understand the general CBD laws of Florida, which you can read about here.
But in the case of CBD cigarettes, they can be legally bought so long as they’re in compliance with the state’s .3% THC limit, although there is no limit to how much you can buy. Additionally, registered medical marajuana patients can legally obtain products with higher levels of THC.
Keep in mind, though, that some parts of Florida may restrict the public smoking of hemp, but it’s fine if done within the privacy of your own home.
While buying hemp and hemp cigarettes in Florida can be a fairly straightforward process, reselling is a bit of a murkier matter.
According to the Florida Department of Agriculture, it’s not legal to resell hemp or CBD in the state, although Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried is pushing legislation currently under consideration that would make state and federal law consistent.
That being said, we invite fellow licensed vendors to take a look at our wholesale site, where you’ll find organic, USA-grown full spectrum hemp, along with all the premium smokables, edibles, and full-spectrum tinctures your business needs, and at an unbeatable value.
Do you need a special license to purchase hemp cigs in Florida?
You don’t need a license to buy hemp cigarettes in Florida, but you do need one if you want to sell it within the state.
Where can I buy hemp cigarettes in Florida?
Hemp cigs can be bought from licensed dispensaries throughout Florida, but you can also buy them online to enjoy maximum privacy and discretion.
Is hemp legal in Florida?
Yes, hemp products with THC content lower than .3% can be legally bought, and this law applies to hemp cigarettes.
How many hemp cigs can I buy in Florida?
Florida state laws have not any limits on how many CBD products one can purchase, but each individual product must have less than .3% THC.