Getting started with CBD and hemp smokeables or have questions? Check out the Outlawz™ Premium Hemp FAQ for information about CBD, hemp, and our products to get started.

Where you do get your hemp flower?

All our premium hemp flowers are grown and sourced from licensed hemp farms in the United States. All hemp flowers must pass our testing for potency, heavy metals, solvents, microbials, mycotoxins, and other pesticides.

What are hemp flowers?

Hemp flowers are the dried buds of hemp plants. Hemp flowers are grown legally by licensed hemp farmers. Hemp flowers have a strong cannabinoid profile (CBD, CBG, CBC, CBN, etc.), trace levels of THC (less than 0.3%), and a full terpene profile.

Is hemp flower legal?

Industrial Hemp was legalized under the 2018 Farm Bill. Our CBD products are made with extracts derived from industrial hemp plants, which hemp flower is legal in all 50 U.S. states under federal law. All our flower products are tested by independent laboratories to ensure we comply with the highest quality standards and our products do not contain more than the legal amount of THC (0.3%).

How Does Smoking Hemp Work?

Smoking premium hemp does not get you high. Hemp is full of cannabinoids (CBD, CBG, CBC, CBN, CBDV, etc.) which is known to have numerous natural health benefits. When you smoke hemp, the uptake of the cannabinoids to the endocannabinoid system through lung blood vessels is much faster than consuming hemp oil or edibles (digestion takes time).

Hemp vs. THC: What’s the Difference?

Hemp contains only 0.3% THC, which is insufficient to cause a euphoric effect (the “high”). When you smoke high-quality premium buds, like (Outlawz™), you’ll get the benefits of the cannabinoid effects without the mind-altering side effects.

Do Outlawz™ Premium Hemp products contain THC?

Outlawz™ Premium Hemp products do contain trace amounts of THC but not more than the legally required limit (0.3%).

If I smoke hemp will it show up on a drug test?

Outlawz™ Premium Hemp products do contain trace amounts of THC, no more than the legally required limit (0.3%), and as a result, if drug tested, it will appear.

Is it safe to take CBD with the medicine or supplements that I use?

If you take a prescription medication or are taking supplements, it is recommended that you consult a physician before taking CBD to make sure it’s safe. 

What does smoking hemp smell like?

Since hemp is a cannabis plant, smoking hemp does smell similar to marijuana.

 What are CBD dabs?

CBD “dabs” are CBD concentrates and are similar in nature to THC dabs, but with big differences. For one, CBD dabs are made from hemp and not marijuana, so you won’t get high from dabbing CBD. Dabbing is thought to be an effective delivery system for consuming high doses of CBD in a relatively short amount of time.

Can I use this on a dab rig or wax pen?

Yes, Outlawz™ Hemp CBD Dabs can be used in dab rigs or wax pens.

How do I use CBD Dabs?

Dabbing requires equipment such as a dabbing nail, dab rig, or CBD wax Pen. Depending on the setup chosen, you may need a torch, dome, dabbing nail, dabber or other equipment. The surface is heated with either the torch or electronically, after which the CBD is applied to the hot surface to create the vapor that is inhaled.

What are CBD Dabs made from?

Outlawz™ CBD Dabs are made from hemp, not marijuana. So, you will not have a euphoric or psychedelic effect (“high”) from dabbing this CBD.

When using CBD Dabs, how strong is the smell?

Ingesting Dabs does have a process.  First, the CBD extract is heated, inhaled, and exhaled; so there will be a smell but it is not as strong as the odor from smoking hemp flower, a pre-roll, or hemp cigarette, nor will it linger as long.  Other factors may contribute to the smell produced by taking a dab. A larger dab will cause a stronger smell than a small one. Also, the size of the room you are in, any ventilation, and the concentrate you’re using will play a roll in how much the dabs smell.

What is the difference between Vegetable Glycerin/Propylene Glycol and MCT Oil in vapes?

Vegetable Glycerin (VG), Propylene Glycol (PG) and Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCT) Oil are thinning agents allowing CBD to be vaporized and absorbed into the body. Both VG and PG are non-toxic, organic compounds and are generally considered safe for consumption by the FDA. In fact, they are widely used as food additives in a variety of commercially available food and personal care products. MCT Oil is a highly refined food-grade oil and dietary supplement that is a great carrier for cannabinoids. PG has been a popular agent as it is bland and flavorless, effectively dissolving CBD while not interfering with desired flavors. VG is thicker a solution compared to PG and is also sweeter in taste, but functions in the same way. It ends up being a personal preference when vaping what thinning agent is used. If you decide vaping is something you want to try or enjoy, do so responsibly. 

Does vaping leave a smell?

Vaping doesn’t leave a strong lingering scent as if you were smoking a hemp flower, preroll, or cigarette. Upon exhaling, someone may notice the smell of the flavor you’re vaping though the odor will dissipate shortly after.

Will the vape juice stain clothes?

Vape juice itself may temporarily discolor clothes and other fabrics, but it typically doesn't cause permanent stains. However, some e-liquids contain a type of resin which can leave stains on fabrics as well as your teeth, like the stains left behind by wine or coffee.

For the best results when cleaning a vape liquid spill, address e-liquid stains as you would coffee, wine, and other food and beverage stains.