Nepal Cream CBD Hachís is considered a premium quality hash product popular in Europe and in the UK. It is packed with cannabinoids such as CBD, CBC, CBDA, CBDV, CBG, CBGA, CBN, THC, THCV and THCV.
Por supuesto, el THC (TETRAHYDROCANNABINOL) content is <0.2%. Anything above 0.2% THC would be viewed as illegal. However, some countries do allow <0.3% THC, but these are few and far between. These are the EU Regulations and Guidelines that cultivators and suppliers adhere to so as to keep within the lawful requirements.
THC has long been renowned for it's psychoactive effect. It has a mind-altering compound which gives a 'stoned' effect when used. Concentrations of THC can vary greatly from product to product. However, suppliers and cultivators will always specify the THC content.
Those who use cannabinoids for health and well-being purposes sometimes prefer the non-psychoactive effects. THC, once ingested, can leave the user lethargic and 'couched'. Couched meaning unable to be motivated! Daily routines and tasks are affected because of the relaxed state of mind, and also the physical impact it can have. THC is a healing compound, but if it is not to interrupt daily routine, then low levels of THC are best recommended or ingested.
Nepal is an Asian country sandwiched in between India and China. It is a beautiful country, but a poor one. Unfortunately, there are several factors why Nepal is so poor. A corrupt bureaucracy, a failed democracy and political system, lack of economic freedom, and many other factors contribute to a paralysing economy for the country. However, Nepal is abundant in natural resources, and would benefit greatly from an uncomplicated administration.
In 1814 the British were at war with Nepal. The war lasted from 1st November 1814 until 4th March 1816. Borders were closed to foreigners, and were not opened again until 1950, when a Peace and Friendship Treaty was signed.
Almost 50 years ago Nepal deemed cannabis consumption and cultivation illegal. These days the decision is trying to be reversed. As cannabis indica grows wild in Nepal, everything from the plant has a recognised use. The leaves, resin, and oils are all utilised. The medicinal properties of cannabis are renowned, and Nepal could boost their economy greatly if the laws around this powerful plant were to be changed.
Nepali farmers could benefit greatly from cultivating cannabis. Pharmaceutical companies and doctors could buy directly, and in addition to this exporting their produce would generate huge finances.
Hemp is also a derivative of the cannabis plant. Although the THC levels in hemp are usually around <0.2%, (or <0.3% is acceptable in some countries). Hemp has traditionally been used for all kinds of different things, such as :
...and many other uses.
Another important use for hemp is CDB (cannabidiol). A booming CBD trade globally has become apparent in recent years. It is hailed by many who take it as a supplement for many health and well-being conditions.
CBD is available not only online in the UK and Europe, but also on the high street. There are a growing number of products containing CBD, such as flower, oil, vapes, cartridges, pre-rolls, edibles, personal care products, and others. Just some of the conditions CBD has been successful in treating are :
enfermedad del corazón
Enfermedad de Parkinson
la falta de sueño
Enfermedad de Crohn
...y muchos otros.
Much research and study has been undertaken into the benefits of CBD, but more is needed to establish it's seemingly never-ending capabilities.
Cannabis is fast becoming famous for it's versatility. As long as cultivators, suppliers, and users keep within the lawful requirements each country presents, it's use is very beneficial.
Nepal Cream can be viewed as the cream of the crop, literally. It is made by simply extracting the resin from the cannabis plant. An age-old method of doing this is rubbing the freshly dried cannabis between your clean hands.
Also known as Nepalese Temple Balls, it is a potent compound that undoubtedly packs a punch. It will normally contain around 22% CBD when derived from hemp. It should have a fudge-like consistency and be brown in colour.
Nepal Cream is packed with a full spectrum of cannabinoids, with also a robust terpene profile. A little definitely goes a long way.