Miss Perry Frequently Asked Questions

Hemp flower is produced by the female Cannabis Sativa L plant when it reaches maturity. These flowers can contain a wide variety of phytocannabinoids including cannabidiol (CBD) and cannabigerol (CBG). The terpenes and flavonoids in the flower are responsible for the flower’s potent smell and contribute to the effects produced by CBD/CBG.

CBD is a versatile cannabinoid with multiple therapeutic effects. The non-intoxicating properties make it more applicable to those who need and want to stay clear-minded. One of the most appealing aspects is how CBD can actually mitigate the unwanted side effects of THC, like intoxication and increased

CBG is a non-intoxicating cannabinoid that is found in minimal amounts. CBG is the chemical precursor to THC and CBD. CBG has indicated potential in chronic pain management.

Yes, flowering hemp plants do produce buds when the hemp flower reaches full bloom. These buds grow in clusters known as cola. These buds are the part of the hemp plant that contain the highest concentration of cannabinoids and terpenes.

Small buds, also known as “smalls,” or “popcorn” are a by-product of trimming full-size flowers. They are grown on the body of the cannabis plant. Small bud size is due to the fact that there is less direct sunlight and, as a result, grow smaller than top colas. Don’t mistake the size for lack of, smalls contain a plethora of beneficial cannabinoids and terpenes.

Yes, hemp flowers are often high in CBD (cannabidiol) and low in THC (tetrahydrocannabinol). These two molecules are known as phytocannabinoids, or cannabis-like compounds found in plants. In hemp strains high in CBG, or cannabigerol, typically less CBD and THC are present. That’s because CBG is the “mother cannabinoid” that turns into CBD and THC as the plant matures. By encouraging higher levels of CBG in the final product, less of the other two phytocannabinoids are present.

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Yes! CBG is said to work directly with your receptors, CBD stimulates the enzyme that produces cannabinoids in your body. Ideally when working together they balance both mind and body

Inhalation (Smoke/Vape) Topical (Creams/Balms) Ingestion (Edibles) Sublingual (Tinctures) Whatever your consumption preference is, doing prior research about your CBD/CBG intake will help ensure an enjoyable experience.

Smoking hemp CBD/CBG flower enables you to take advantage of the entourage effect, which is the combined effects of the plant’s phytocannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids—all working together synergistically. MISS PERRY hemp flower contains less than 0.3% THC, our flower won’t get you high.

The effects of smoking hemp flower will vary depending on the strain you choose. A strain high in CBD will support feelings of relaxation and clear mindedness, while a strain high in CBG will tend to support a productive focus. Smoking hemp flower will not get you high, as it contains very low levels of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is found in high concentrations in marijuana.

The short answer is yes, hemp flower does contain some THC, though our hemp flower strains all contain less than 0.3% THC by weight, as mandated by the 2018 Farm Bill. This low level of THC won’t get you high. In fact, the lack of THC in hemp flower is what defines the difference between hemp and its cousin, marijuana.

Hemp flower produced by industrial hemp is legal in all 50 states. By federal law, hemp cannot contain more than 0.3% THC. All of the strains of hemp flower sold by MISS PERRY contain THC levels below this threshold. Our flower is third-party tested by accredited ISO/IEC 17025 lab to ensure the legality of our buds.

All Miss Perry products are derived from hemp and have a naturally low level of THC: less than 0.3%. This means they are permissible under federal law. If you are subject to drug testing Miss Perry Farms suggest consulting your health care provider before consuming any hemp products.

Sativa: Uplifting, energizing effect that may help reduce anxiety or stress and increase creativity and focus. Indica: Associated with full-body effects, such as relaxation and reducing insomnia. Hybrid: Result of crossbreeding cannabis sativa and cannabis Indica. A 50/50 balance of Indica and Sativa.

When properly stored, MISS PERRY CBD products have an 18-month shelf life. All of our packaged flower includes an FDA-approved INTEGRA Two-Way Humidity Control Pack. This control pack protects and maintains freshness for your flower buds up to 18-months. WHAT’S AN INTEGRA BOOST TWO-WAY CONTROL PACK? Integra packs are safe, non-toxic, salt-free, 99% biodegradable, and FDA compliant. Each pack adds or controls moisture to keep your flower fresh!


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