Great Deal – $2/Gram of Indoor Hemp Flowers

Not to be confused with its THC-dominant counterpart by the same appearance, in this version of indoor hemp flowers are the star of the show.

These indoor hemp flowers are a dispensary-quality new stain produced especially for the much-anticipated 2019 hemp flower harvest. In his appearance, smell and effects it reminds us of the easy-rider strain, so its genetics most likely came from that area. This strain is grown indoors in Alabama, United States, it’s carefully hand-trimmed so there are no extra stems and leaves, then it’s cold cured for 3 weeks to bring out the flavorful terpene profile and develop the crystally trichomes to perfection.

With a CBD:THC rate of 21:1, this strain is federally compliant (legal throughout the entire United States), as total T (THC) levels are below 0.3%

Get 1 oz of Indoor hemp flowers for only $58! Sign up to the CBD Flowers Weekly Newsletter below for access

When you get these flowers, you can expect to see dense, bright green buds covered in orange hairs and sticky crystals that are rich in cannabidiol and other cannabinoids and terpenes. The flavor is smooth and not too overpowering, and it has a sweet subtle aroma that users generally enjoy. This strain is great for anyone wanting to relax and unwind without getting stoned into oblivion.

Only $2/gram of Indoor hemp flowers – Subscribe to The CBD Flowers Weekly for access to this deal

Right now, we have an amazing deal going on for this indoor hemp flowers – only $58 for a full ounce when you use our coupon code at checkout! This breaks down to just $2 per gram. Just subscribe for the code. As availability is very limited, this sell won’t last for long so act fast before everything is sold. 

For access to this hemp flower deal and more hemp flower discounts (with deals starting at $22/oz for some strains!), subscribe to the CBD Flowers Weekly Newsletter

Alexandra Hicks
Alexandra is the managing editor and lead writer at She has always been interested in alternative and natural remedies, and the versatility of cannabis as a healing plant is something that greatly appeals to her. It's for this reason that she decided to work as a cannabis industry journalist and editor, to help spread accurate information about the benefits of this plant.


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