CBD flowers, also known as hemp flowers or buds, are a part of the female hemp plant. When the hemp flower reaches its full blooming, the plant produces the beneficial phytocannabinoids (CBD and more). The seedless flowers are the best option for CBD production. You can use CBD flower in cooking and baking, or you can make a tea. Many users prefer smoking, vaping CBD flowers for their immediate effect. When you smoke or vape CBD, it absorbs into the bloodstream quickly through the lungs. However, the effect depends on the individual characteristics (endocannabinoid system sensitivity) and the dosage. CBD flower provides you flavor and all the hemp plant benefits such as phytocannabinoids, mineral-vitamin mixtures, terpenes, flavonoids, and fatty acids that work together to produce the most substantial benefits. Smoking CBD flower is the quickest way to consume a broad range of cannabinoids and feel the entourage effect. You can smoke the hemp flower with the help of a vape, making a roll by yourself, or using a pipe or bong - crush a bud, fill it in the bowl, and light it up. CBD flowers or buds contain less than 0.3% THC and are legal almost in all states. However, it would be better to check the laws of the state in which you are. It's important to note that CBD flowers don't have a proper dosage structure. Smoking CBD flowers may be better suited if you have used CBD before to know what to expect with the lower and higher doses.