Smokes like a cigarette, tastes like cannabis
2,000mg Total Cannabinoids per Pack
Earthy Now Hemp Smokes are made from our proprietary High-CBD, Low-THC Cannabis Flower & Kief blend. 100% tobacco-free and Farm Bill compliant.
Each smoke is packed full of expertly grown, high-grade flower plus trace amounts of other active cannabinoids including CBDV, CBG, CBC, CBDA, CBGA, THCA and THCV for a relaxing entourage effect. Hemp Smokes Blue and Hemp Smokes Green feature all natural, biodegradable papers and filters.
Hemp Smokes Original are full-flavor with robust taste, rich aroma, and a traditional burn.
Hemp Smokes Blue deliver a tasty, medium-body smoke with distinctive rich flavor and slow, satisfying burn.
Hemp Smokes Green are our lightest variety, bringing a bright mellow flavor with the crisp filtered smoke.
Your break just got better
Smokes like a cigarette, tastes and feels like high-grade CBD rich cannabis—because it is! Our Hemp Smokes are a great alternative to tobacco and they’re federally compliant to go anywhere you go.
Naturally organic, non-GMO and chemical free. No additives, toxins or pesticides of any kind…only the purest organic cannabis plants.
Sustainably grown hemp papers are made using the finest hemp pulp for a high quality slow burn and very little ash.
What is CBD?
Cannabidiol (CBD) is a natural substance that is practically causing a revolution in self care and medicine. It’s changing how people think about high-CBD, low-THC cannabis and hemp-derived products, and cannabis itself. Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of many cannabinoids. Cannabinoids are chemical compounds of cannabis that have an effect on the human body when the plant is consumed.
The cannabis plant has around 540 chemical substances, and over 100 are cannabinoids. CBD was discovered in 1940 and is one of hundreds of identified cannabinoids in the plant. It is often the most prevalent compound in cannabis.
What’s the Difference Between CBD and THC?
CBD (cannabidiol) and THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) are both naturally-occurring cannabinoids from the cannabis plant. THC is the main psychoactive component of the plant, and the part that can make people feel “high.” CBD on its own is not psychoactive and is used for its own effects.
Looking for THC free? Check out our CBD Isolate Tablets.
Cannabinoids from hemp are federally legal under the US Farm Bills.
The 2014 Farm Bill removed industrial hemp from the list of Schedule 1 substances and was the seed of hemp’s resurgence. The Bill made it federally legal and allowed long-forbidden research into hemp-derived cannabinoids to begin in earnest.
The 2018 Farm Bill expanded on this, making it clear to legal experts that all other plant materials and substances derived from legally-defined hemp are also federally-compliant.
The Farm Bills define hemp as “Hemp.–The term `hemp’ means the plant Cannabis sativa L. and any part of that plant, including the seeds thereof and all derivatives, extracts, cannabinoids, isomers, acids, salts, and salts of isomers, whether growing or not, with a delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol concentration of not more than 0.3 percent on a dry weight basis.”
Full-spectrum entourage effect
Full-spectrum CBD contains parts of the entire cannabis plant, including trace amounts of minor cannabinoids like CBDV, CBG, CBC, CBDA, CBGA, THCA and THCV, and more. When a person uses full-spectrum CBD, they get the benefits of all of the parts of the plant working together naturally to create what’s known as the “entourage effect.”
Learn more in the Guide to CBD.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are Hemp Smokes?
Hemp Smokes from Earthy Now are like cigarettes rolled with high-CBD, low-THC cannabis instead of tobacco. They have filters and are smoked like cigarettes.
Will CBD products show up in a drug test?
There is a risk of failing a drug test. It depends on the type of CBD product one is using.
Drug tests for marijuana generally identify THC or its metabolites. Although tests do not screen for CBD, full-spectrum CBD products contain low quantities of THC that can make a person fail a drug test. If you anticipate taking a drug test, we suggest checking with your employer or test administrator for clarity prior to taking full-spectrum CBD products.
What does “hemp-derived” mean?
Hemp-derived means made from hemp, sometimes also referred to as industrial hemp. The 2018 Farm Bill established new federal legal definitions and rules for hemp, including that hemp and “and any part of that plant, including the seeds thereof and all derivatives, extracts, cannabinoids, isomers, acids, salts, and salts of isomers, whether growing or not, with a delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol concentration of not more than 0.3 percent on a dry weight basis” may be used for production, sales, transport, and use.
Are hemp products safe?
Yes, hemp and hemp derived products are safe when they are produced with proper and safe practices. Look for a product’s COA. A certificate of analysis (COA) is a document attesting to a product’s laboratory analysis.
What is a COA?
A certificate of analysis (COA) is a document attesting to a product’s laboratory analysis for cannabinoids and in some cases adulterants. It is a useful tool for cannabis producers and customers to ensure quality and trust.