Do you love the taste of smoking weed but find the THC high a little bit too much these days? There is a solution! Companies like Bud CBD are pushing the boundaries as far as smokeable hemp flowers go.
We decided to take a look to see what it’s all about.
About Bud CBD
Bud CBD is a London-based company that specialises in CBD products. Founded in 2017, the company prides itself on sourcing CBD-rich hemp flowers for smoking, isolates for vaporisers and full-spectrum CBD oil. All of Bud CBD’s products contain less than the legal 0.2% limit.
Bud CBD has an Instagram account with 206 follows and nine posts. There are a few posts which show promotional offers and announcements. We were unable to find any sign of Bud CBD on either Facebook or Twitter.
The contact information on the website lists the following phone number: 020 3677 5519. There is the option to chat to customer service via Whatsapp Web through a link on the site. The email address listed is email@example.com.
Do They Have a Good Reputation?
Bud CBD has an unclaimed Trustpilot page with 10 “Excellent” reviews from customers. This gives the company a rating of 4.4 out of 5 stars.
These customers reported satisfaction with the flowers they received and the value for money they got. However, this unclaimed Trustpilot page doesn’t provide a very large pool of reviews from which to make a judgement regarding whether we’d be wise to put our faith in this brand or not.
There is no mention that we could find of Bud CBD on either Reddit or Google reviews. This makes it difficult to gauge the quality of its products and services.
What Does Bud CBD Sell?
Bud CBD’s products focus largely on smokeables. The website lists a range of hemp flowers and isolates. There is also a small selection of oils and CBD capsules. The company claims that all of its products are lab-tested. However, the links to the test results on the website didn’t seem to be working when we tried to access them.
CBD Flowers – A selection of organic industrial hemp buds containing CBD and less than 2% THC. Varieties include Master Hemp (6% CBD), Caramel Kush (8% CBD) and Blueberry Bud (8% CBD). Available to buy in 1g, 3g, 7g, 14g and 28g batches.
CBD Pre-Rolls – A selection of pre-rolled joints made using the range of hemp flowers stocked by the company.
CBD Crumble – CBD isolate which comes in two varieties: Wedding Crashers (73% CBD) and Limoncello (70% CBD). Both types are available in 1g and 2g batches and contain less than 0.2% THC.
CBD Oil – MTC oil infused with full-spectrum CBD oil sold in 10ml dropper bottles. The two available strengths listed on the website are 5% and 25%, which translate as 500mg and 2500mg CBD respectively.
CBD Capsules – Bottles of 30 or 60 capsules containing CBD infused coconut oils. Each capsule contains 10mg CBD. Product contains less than 0.2% THC.
CBG Oil – Full-spectrum hemp-derived cannabigerol (CBG) oil. Hemp is non-GMO and grown without the use of pesticides. The oil strength is listed on the website as 5%, which translates to 500mg.
Where Can I Get These Products?
You can get Bud CBD products by placing an order on the website. Shipping is free for customers in the UK, and orders are dispatched on the day they are placed.
At first glance, the products sold by Bud CBD look pretty attractive. They stock a few tasty-looking hemp buds that have got us interested CBD hemp. Nonetheless, we’d like to see more in the way of customer engagement and reviews before we recommend them to you. We’ d also like to see the links to the test results for its products fixed!