What is CBD Bud?

You’ve probably heard of CBD as the CBD oil is available even on counters in convenience stores when you pay for your gas now. What is this new CBD Bud that you are seeing everywhere now? It’s about to be your new favorite product if you’ve tried CBD and liked how you felt, you will love CBD Bud.


Details on the Origin and Composition of CBD Bud

While CBD oils have been useful for people in the control of pain or seizures due to chronic conditions, such as epilepsy, the oils are often only containing CBD, with little to no THC and perhaps a bit of one or two other cannabinoids. Many of the levels of any others are not enough to show on a test.

This is a sad situation as we are learning as we go along with this new product, through research, that the other 113 cannabinoids besides CBD all have usefulness and will, in fact, work together with CBD to make a team effort that is stronger. We refer to this as the ‘entourage effect’ and it is highly beneficial.

If we were to use the analogy of football and CBD is the running back, with the hemp plant being the quarterback, CBD can only get so far without some help from the team.

All of the other cannabinoids make the rest of the team and they each can perform specific duties to help with pain management and reducing symptoms of inflammation that are so often a part of chronic illness.

CBD Bud comes from the flowering buds of the hemp plant. Since the Farm Bill of 2018 was signed into action, farmers applying to grow hemp grew by 300% over previous years. This has meant that a bumper crop of hemp is now being harvested. The result is that there is an abundance of hemp buds, also known as CBD Bud.

This bud has been tested and contains very high concentrations of CBD, along with many of the other cannabinoids that help provide an entourage effect for the most benefit to those in need. In fact, concentrations of cannabinoids can be over 18% to 20% in some strains.

When you use  CBD Bud, you are also getting all of the terpenes that occur naturally in the plant. These are responsible for the smell and flavor of the plant, but science is also discovering that these terpenes have a usefulness for many things as well.

Some terpenes can have as much use for pain as the cannabinoids do, in fact. When they are all working together, the result is immensely better for you.

Here is an example profile of a strain called “Otto” as an example of the things present that you’ll never see noted on a bottle of CBD oil:


Cannabinoid Profile

CBC .081%

CBCA 1.66%

CBD .53%

CBDA 15.55%

CBDVA .097%

CBG .143%

CBGA .30%

CBLA .025%

D9-THC .091%

THCA .52%

Total Measured Cannabinoids 18.9%


Top 3 Terpenes

Myrcene, Ocimene, Caryophyllene


Terpene Profile

Camphene .055%

beta-Caryophyllene .095%

Citronellol .0187%

beta-Farnesene .067%

Fenchol .024%

Fenchone .021%

Guaiol .021%

alpha-Humulene .037%

beta-Myrcene .39%

trans-Nerolidol .0174%

cis-beta-Ocimene .103%

trans-beta-Ocimene .0126%

Phytol 1 .0088%

Phytol 2 .026%

Terpinolene .025%

Total Measured Terpenes .92%


When it comes to Marijuana vs CBD Bud, these look basically the same. Iit is not the same by any means, however. CBD Bud doesn’t contain enough THC to make you high. CBD Bud comes from the hemp plant, it doesn’t have the effect of making you tired and sleepy, the way that weed can.


In fact, CBD tends to wake you up and get you prepared for your day. You will feel alert and refreshed, with less pain, lower inflammation, and no negative impact on your ability to think, work, drive, or anything else.