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Uses for Hemp Flowers & Isolate

There are many ways to enjoy the benefits of our Mary Michelle full-spectrum hemp flowers. You can smoke or vape the flowers using the same methods that you might use for cannabis. You can also bake the Hemp Flowers to create a variety of tasty edibles. Soon, we will also be offering distilled versions of our hemp flowers including isolates, oils, and tinctures to create salves, pills, or other homeopathic treatments.

Smoking Hemp Flowers

Smoking is one of the fastest ways to feel the effects of the Cannabinoids (CBD), Terpenes (the aromatic particles), and the other phytochemicals, found in our full-spectrum hemp flowers. With as little as one puff you can feel it working as it enters your bloodstream. If you’re not a fan of smoking, you can use a vaporizer to inhale the vapor for the same effects.

Creating Edibles

While smoking is a quick way to enjoy the relaxing benefits of hemp flowers, a more long lasting experience can be had from adding the hemp flowers to edibles. There are two ways to whip up some edible treats. Toast the hemp flowers, then grind them into bits and add them to your recipes. The other way is to add our odorless and tasteless hemp flower CBD isolates, or oil, to your consumable creations. 

Many newbies to cooking with cannabinoids make the mistake of thinking all you do is add ground up bits of hemp flower to the recipe and the job is done. The truth is the cannabinoids naturally present in the hemp plant exist in an acidic state that bodies have difficulty absorbing.  Heating hemp buds (a process called decarboxylation) converts the acidic CBD into CBD that can be consumed.

The process is really easy. Before you make your CBD edibles, pre-heat your oven to 240° F. Put a piece of parchment paper on a baking sheet and spread out your hemp buds. When your oven is pre-heated, put your flowers in the middle rack and toast them for about an hour. The finished hemp buds should be slightly brown, but not burnt. Grind them up and you are ready to add them to oils, teas, cooking butter, baked goods and more.  You can also use the dried herb in salads, meatloaf, vegetarian dishes and other goodies.  

If you want to create recipes without any hemp flower taste, you can add our odorless CBD isolate powder. It’s a great solution for baked goods, beverages and more.

Topical Use

The healthful and healing benefits of full spectrum CBD can be absorbed through the skin by using salves and ointments. By adding our pure hemp flower oil to  make a salve, you can put the power of CBD directly on sore muscles and areas of pain. 

Tinctures

To make our tinctures we slowly steep our hemp flower leaves in high grade alcohol to produce a concentrated liquid you can add to teas, soup or other liquids. You can also experience the soothing benefits by putting a couple drops under your tongue.

Recipes

There is no limit to the fantastic variety of edibles and beverages you can make with our CBD rich hemp flowers and isolates. Here are just a few recipes you can try.

Daytime Tea

Mix high quality Chinese green tea with our full spectrum hemp flowers that have been baked and ground up. Add lots of honey, lemon and orange peels, to create a pleasant taste that leads to a very pleasant day.

Nighttime Tea

Mix Chamomile, or any other nighttime tea you enjoy, with our full spectrum hemp flowers that have been baked and ground into small particles. Mix into the tea leaf and hemp flower blend some honey and orange peels to create a warm, soothing evening beverage. You might also add a shot of your favorite liquor to create an even greater feeling of relaxation.

Alcoholic Beverages

Our isolate cannabinoids (CBD) can also be put into alcoholic drinks, such as straight spirits, mixed cocktails, beer, or wine.  The combination of alcoholic drinks with isolate CBD, produces a powerful result by stimulating the endocannabinoid system. Because both the alcohol and the isolate cannabinoids are processed by the same endocannabinoid system in the human body, the combination provides a double dose of the positive effects. The commonly reported effects are full body relaxation, sleep and relief from pains and stress.

Full Spectrum Hemp Flower Butter

Directions: Use 1-ounce of hemp
Place 2 sticks of soft unsalted butter into crock pot. While butter is melting:

  • Grind hemp (using coffee grinder or similar) to a fine condition,
  • Stir hemp into melted butter in crock pot.
  • Cook on low for 14 hours, then turn down to warm, and cook for 4 more hours.
  • Allow to cool. 
  • Your hemp butter can be used in cookie recipes or other recipes instead of standard butter

Once you have made your hemp butter let your cooking imagination run wild. Experiment and create foods enhanced by CBD.  Some customer favorites are pancakes and waffles, oatmeal, meat loaf, baked potato, stew and soup recipes, and many more foods can be used to host the full spectrum hemp butter.  Below is a tasty recipe for chocolate chip cookies.

Yummy CBD Chocolate Chip Cookies

Yield:  24 COOKIES
Prep time:  15 MINUTES
Cook time:  10 MINUTES

INGREDIENTS
  • 1¼ cup all-purpose flour 
  • ½ teaspoon baking soda 
  • ½ teaspoon salt 
  • ¾ cup sugar (half white sugar / half brown sugar)
  • ½ cup hemp infused butter
  • 1 farm-fresh egg, beaten 
  • ½ teaspoon vanilla extract 
  • 1 cup chocolate chips of choice
INSTRUCTIONS
  1. Preheat the oven to 375° F.
  2. In a large mixing bowl, whisk together dry ingredients: flour, baking soda, and salt. Set aside.
  3. In a medium bowl, using a hand beater, cream together the sugar and oil or butter until it is light and fluffy, approximately 2-3 minutes.
  4. Add the egg and vanilla and beat well.
  5. Gradually add dry ingredients to the wet ingredients while continuing to mix.
  6. When the dough is formed, gently mix in the chocolate chips.
  7. Create 1 tablespoon dough balls and place them evenly on a baking sheet. Flatten the dough balls with your hands.
  8. Bake in the oven for 10 minutes.
  9. Remove from the oven and allow to cool 1-2 minutes before removing from the tray and transferring to a cooling rack.