Myrtle Creek Hemp Flower from Dripper’s is labled 0.13% CBD, 0.05% CBG, 0.66% CBGA, 21.37% CBDA, 0% CBN, 1.07% CBCA, and 0.84% HCA. Dripper’s also has a QR code that you can scan with you smart phone and BANG! It takes you straight to the lab report! There is no reason this isn’t used and a industry wide standard! The look rates 7 out of 10. The two dense nuggs of this sample are dark green with sparsely scattered amber hairs. Honestly, it looks very similar to high THC cannabis.
The smell rates 5 out of 10. I am used to the strong terpenes of THC cannabis, but this is a mild hay scent with nutty notes. It has a nice cure that rates 8 out of 10. The buds are compact and pass the moisture squeeze test. This sample has a very smooth hit. I was pleasantly surprised to rate the taste as 9 out of 10! All hemp flower I tried previously tasted like hay. This has a spicy but smooth flavor. My wife doesn’t smoke but tried this. She found it to have a tobacco like flavor. The effect rates 8 out of 10. There is definitely a clear headed feeling. The medicated feeling I had is gone since the CBD offset the THC in my system.
This would be a good source of CBD, CBN, CBG and would work well as an anti-inflammatory. Over all this CBD flower rates 7.6 out of 10. Its definitely a better experience than I expected it to be. The labeling Drippers has is a great example of what the ABC should put on everything. If they could do so without raising the cost, the QR code that takes you to the lab report would be a great asset to the medical cannabis market as a whole.