- CBD and Hemp
by Patrick Mower
From the early days of medical marijuana in the US, growers in Colorado have been at the forefront of providing exceptionally high-quality cannabis products. With the passage of the Agricultural Improvement Act of 2018 that legalized the production and sale of hemp many seasoned cannabis farmers are using their years of experience to create high-CBD, low-TCH strains of the same caliber. High Wire Hemp in Western Colorado is a prime example.
High Wire’s premium CBD hemp is grown in the nutrient-rich soil of Western Colorado’s North Fork Valley. The relatively small, solar-powered farm originally made a name for themselves for their award-winning hops and have since applied their expertise to the art of growing high-CBD hemp. Their hand-trimmed, outdoor grown, and slow cured hemp flower strains like Lifter (shown below) provide an incredibly flavorful and aromatic experience.
With 19.5% total CBD and less than 1% D9 THC, High Wire’s Lifter has a robust cannabinoid profile including CBDA, CBDVA, CBGA. Citrus, berry, and pine notes provide a rich and flavor, perfect for a relaxing afternoon. And, as the name suggests, it won’t leave you too bogged down to get anything done.
For more information on Lifter, including full lab results and cannabinoid breakdown, or to browse our selection products from High Wire Hemp and other quality farms, check out our product page!