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The Wife is a high-CBD hemp strain that packs more than 18% CBD with a skunky and sweet aromatic profile. This hybrid hemp strain is mellow with a tangy flavor profile and notes of cherry. The Wife CBD hemp flower has dense green buds.
Even though The Wife packs potent levels of CBD, it is free from psychoactive effects because of the legally compliant THC levels (under 0.3%).
The origins of The Wife hemp strain are mysterious. Some have said it was bred from the T-1 hemp strain also called Trump. The name may be a reference to the first lady, or to its reputation as difficult to grow.
The cherry aromas and industry gossip suggest that T-1 may have been crossed with a hemp strain like Cherry Wine. Others claim The Wife has a more complex back-crossed genetic from Wife S-1.
The cannabis plant has been selectively bred and cultivated by humans for thousands of years. The cannabis breeding technique used is backcrossing. Backcrossing differs from normal breeding because you cross a hybrid offspring with one of the parent plants. This allows breeders to amplify a particular genetic trait.
It can take four or five generations of breeding the hybrid offspring back with the parent strain to achieve a successful backcross. The goal is to have offspring that will carry two sets of the parent plant’s desirable genes. However, if plants are inbred too frequently undesirable recessive genes can be expressed.
The Wife’s flavor is sweet and fruity with a subtle skunkiness. Using a vaporizer with The Wife CBD hemp flower may enhance your tasting experience and bring out subtle berry notes.
Reviewers note The Wife CBD hemp flower calms the mind and relaxes the body. Consumers are trying The Wife for relieving symptoms of nausea, chronic pain, and migraines. However, it is important to consult a physician before using CBD hemp flower. CBD hemp flower is not intended to treat or cure any medical condition and has not been evaluated by the FDA.
Likewise, we recommend caution in using our products as they can be mistaken for actual marijuana.