Phytocannabinoid and terpene-rich hemp flower grown in the USA.
Consciously crafted, minor cannabinoid-rich tinctures for humans and animals alike.
Premium quality vapes and waxes formulated with hemp-derived and botanical terpenes.
Made with the finest all-natural ingredients. THC-free, Vegan, and Gluten-free options available.
Handmade, cannabinoid-rich topicals crafted with naturally therapeutic ingredients.
Featured Hemp Flower Products
2:1 CBD:CBN Oil
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2:1 CBD:CBN Oil
Broad Spectrum CBD Oil
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Is Tweedle Farms Legit?
Made in the USA
All of our products are grown, extracted, and produced in the United States of America
You can be confident that everything you purchase from us has been third-party lab tested for potency, quality, and safety
We use simple, non-descript boxes for all shipments and include lab results, as well as a notice to law enforcement, inside each one
We’re confident that you’ll love what we do, but we also have a 100% satisfaction guarantee
Don’t take our word for it! Check out product reviews on the website and our excellent service record on Trustpilot
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LIFE ON THE FARM
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Tell Congress to Change the Definition of Hemp to 1% THC!
As many of you know, the USDA’s Interim Final Rule (IFR) is about to go into effect on November 1st,
What is Hemp Flower?
Hemp flower (AKA CBD flower, CBD hemp flower) is suitable for more than just being turned into milk, rope, and clothes. Hemp flower can also be smoked, vaped, eaten, and applied topically to consume cannabidiol (CBD), just like marijuana.
Hemp flower and marijuana have a lot in common:
- they look the same
- smell the same
- come from the same species–cannabis sativa
Genetically, CBD flower and marijuana are almost indistinguishable. The differences between CBD hemp flower and marijuana play out epigenetically (the level at which genes are expressed).
According to the 2018 Farm Bill, to be legally classified as hemp flower, the cannabis plant needs to have under .3% THC by dried weight. That’s a negligible amount of THC, although we can’t guarantee you’ll pass a drug test.
Make Sure Your Hemp Says Hemp!
CBD flower is used to make everything from CBD oil (tinctures) to CBD chapstick. CBD can also be consumed by smoking or vaping. Irrespective of how you get your CBD, though, if you’re expecting to buy hemp flower, you need to make sure that the product you’re ordering is explicitly called “hemp.”
If the CBD flower isn’t explicitly called “hemp,” then dig deep into the site or even reach out directly because you could end up breaking local state laws. Tweedle Farms lays everything out clearly. With us, you only get the highest-quality CBD hemp flower!
How to Choose a Good Hemp Flower Strain
There are a few things to keep in mind when choosing CBD flower to smoke or vape to consume CBD (like our Hawaiian Haze Vape Cartridge).
Terpenes are aromatic oils that have a strong smell and flavor. Their role in nature is to keep predators away and to attract pollinators, so they should be one of the key ways people decide which strain of CBD hemp flower to consume.
The more pungent the smell of your CBD flower, the higher the quality; that’s why we put in so much effort into the art of describing the aroma of all strains of our hemp flower.
Cannabis can smell like cinnamon, citrus, hops, lavender, nutmeg, or rosemary. The ratio of the many different terpenes in cannabis determines the smell, which is why some cannabis smells like chocolate, and other cannabis smells like citrus.
Steer clear of cannabis that smells moldy, sour, or grass, which is how cannabis smells if it hasn’t been processed or was stored incorrectly.
Protruding from the surface of CBD hemp flower, you’ll find trichomes, structures of hardened resin that contain terpenes and cannabinoids. Take a close enough look at the flower from a hemp plant, and you’ll even be able to see the trichomes. The more trichomes you see, the better, especially if they’re densely packed. That means the hemp flower was handled delicately from cultivation, to harvest, to packaging.
CBD flower needs to be kept free of insects, disease, and stress for good trichome levels. However, this needs to be done without pesticides, sprays, or synthetic fertilizers for two reasons.
These chemicals will reduce trichome levels and quality.
Because hemp flower is super absorbent, these harmful chemicals will end up in you.
For these reasons, Tweedle Farms only sells CBD hemp flower grown without pesticides, sprays, or synthetic fertilizers.
High trichome content also reveals how well the hemp flower was handled and stored after harvesting. That’s because hemp processing is quite demanding and entails:
- cutting down the hemp plant
- removing the flower buds from the plants’ tops
- curing the hemp bud in the span of a few weeks
That’s a lot of opportunity for damage!
Additionally, sometimes manufacturers will remove some trichomes to make other CBD products. So, if your trichomes are intact, that means your CBD flower was raised with love!
Finally, trichomes break down with time. If stored correctly, hemp flower will be good for several months to a year. But if stored incorrectly, the trichomes break down much faster. So, ideally, the hemp flower you buy should have been harvested within the last six months.
Reviews are a great way to tell which hemp flower to buy. Tweedle Farms has reviews on Trustpilot, Google reviews, Facebook, and Reddit.
You can read in-depth commentary on each hemp strain.
Don’t Forget Other Cannabinoids
CBD isn’t the only cannabinoid in CBD flower. There’s also CBC (cannabichromene), CBG (cannabigerol), and CBN (cannabinol). Which of these is important to you depends on your personal preferences.
Bud Moisture and Seeds
While harder to consider when shopping online, moisture and seeds play an essential part in your hemp flower quality—the fresher and more humid the hemp flower, the better the flavor and less harsh the smoke.
If you do happen to get some dried-out hemp flower, you can rehydrate it. While it won’t return the lost flavor and potency, adding a few Boveda Packs to a sealed container of CBD flower will bring the humidity up to 67% within a few hours or days.
A hemp plant comes in two sexes: male flowers that produce pollen and female flowers that produce seeds. Only female plants are used for hemp products since that’s where the CBD rich resin is found. Female plants kept far from male flowers won’t produce seeds.
High-quality hemp flower will be mostly seedless, which is good news because seeds make hemp flower heavier (and, therefore, pricier), have no positive benefits, can ruin the flavor, and can lead to nausea if enough of them are smoked.
Poor quality hemp flower will require that you pick out all the seeds, although you’ll never have to do that with hemp flower bought from Tweedle Farms.
How to Consume Hemp
The most common way to consume hemp flower is by rolling and smoking it. And with high-quality hemp flower, this can be quite enjoyable.
The process is simple: put the CBD hemp flower in a grinder and roll it. You can even buy the grinder and rolling paper from Tweedle Farms!
Tweedle Farms has a 4-piece zinc grinder. It has a magnetized lid, pollen catcher, and screen cleaner, so your hemp flower comes out perfect for rolling without making a mess.
We also have organic hemp rolling papers branded with the logo of your favorite farm.
Vaping and smoking are similar. The CBD flower is quickly decarboxylated and activated by the heat, and the resins with all the active ingredients evaporate into the air and are inhaled into your lungs.
The main difference is that vaping doesn’t heat hemp flower enough to create combustion, which is the chemical process that releases many of the toxic compounds and free radicals that make smoking bad for you.
For this reason, vaping is preferred by people who are concerned about any adverse health effects associated with smoking. The key is that vaping heats the hemp flower to 350° – 430°F (180 – 220° celsius).
You can infuse CBD into coconut oil and butter so that you can incorporate it into your cooking.
Our CBD shake is perfect for that. Shake is the name for the small buds, leaves, kief, and plant matter at the bottom of your bag of CBD.
CBD Oil (tinctures)
To use CBD oil, you just drop it under the tongue. Dosage recommendations don’t vary much but do depend on the personal preferences of the consumer.
For the uninitiated, we advise starting with half a dropper. For regular users, beginning with a full dropper may be better. Experimentation is essential to find the dosage just right for you.
Our CBD oils (and concentrates) are third-party tested by an unaffiliated, state-accredited lab using industry-approved methods to verify cannabinoid content and the absence of harmful chemicals.
In general, you shouldn’t buy any CBD oil or concentrate that isn’t third-party tested.
CBD concentrate is extracted CBD that’s distilled for extra potency for rapid access to CBD. Tweedle Farms CBD concentrates are available as vape oil cartridges and wax concentrates.
Our vape cartridges are made with premium-quality crystal-resistant distillate and pure hemp-derived terpenes.
Our high-CBD wax is made from broad-spectrum distillate and pure, steam-distilled terpenes extracted from US-grown hemp flower and plant sources.
For those who don’t want to smoke or dislike the taste of CBD oil, we have various CBD edibles: gummies, sublingual tablets, and capsules.
Hemp is also a versatile textile. Two of our Ts are made from 55% hemp for a sustainable alternative to cotton!
Why Shop at Tweedle Farms?
A High-Quality CBD Product
- We only carry the highest quality CBD flowers, and CBD flower derived products.
- Tweedle Farms only sells hemp flower that’s been grown without pesticides, sprays, or synthetic fertilizers.
- We also only carry CBD hemp flower with high-quality trichomes and ample terpenes.
- Our CBD oils and concentrates are third party verified.
- Our edibles and topicals are made using quality ingredients.
- And we have glowing reviews.
Great Deals on all things CBD and CBG
With Tweedle Farms, we provide CBD at great prices and plenty of discounts as well:
- If you sign up for our newsletter, you get a promo code
- If you read our FAQ, you get a promo code
- If you call up our customer service and ask for a promo code, you get a promo code.
We also offer Tweedle Rewards as a way to reward our customers for being our customers. Collect 750 awards, and you’ll get $10 off your order. And we want to reward you, so we made it very easy to collect your first 750 points.
- Just sign up
- Like and share us on Facebook
- Follow us on Instagram
- Place an order for $20 or more
Voila, you get $10 off your next order!
Plus, we offer free first class shipping for every order over $45!
You can also take advantage of our yearly store-wide Green Monday holiday sale, where we offer discounts upwards of 40% storewide! This year, Green Monday 2020 runs from November 30th to December 6th, 2020, so that you have plenty of time to get CBD for everyone in your life–and collect Tweedle rewards for doing so!
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Today, we would like to introduce a relatively new player in the marijuana market. Say hello to Tweedle Farms! Tweedle Farms is based out of Jewell, Oregon, a city right next to the Pacific Ocean, nestled between the green and lush hills of Clatsop State Forest. In this picturesque, unincorporated community with a population of only 994 lies several hemp farms in pure and unpolluted nature. Although they just started operations in 2016, Tweedle Farm already has a large and enthusiastic following thanks to the magic of social media and eager fans wishing to spread the good news of their fantastic products.
Hemp and CBD have been rising in popularity in recent years due to their natural origins and low risk of dependence. Tweedle Farms has been sure not to miss out on this 21st Century Gold Rush by offering a plethora of products to fulfill all your heart’s cannabis-related desires.
Which product is for you? Well, we went and did the hard work and tested out some of Tweedle Farms’ top products to give you a breakdown of the most popular items from this young and in-demand startup. Read more in our Tweedle Farms review below!
Tweedle Farms Quick Summary
“I absolutely love this flower. The buds are extremely dense, full of trichomes too. It says it’s 16.5%, however it feels much stronger to me. The flavor and smell aren’t loud at all, but very pleasing. I would recommend this flower to anyone looking for a tasty, reliable strain. Thumbs way up. Thank you Tweedle Farms!”
Who is Tweedle Farms?
Tweedle Farms is a 10-acre farm located in the quaint and green city of Jewell, Oregon, U.S.A. It is owned by Jason Evans and James Green, two like-minded individuals who happened to cross paths in Oregon, and who became best friends and business partners ever since. Both shared an early interest in planting and gardening, with James starting early, gardening with his grandma, and Jason growing up on a farm where they grew a variety of beans and tomatoes. After they became friends, they started growing hemp together in Oregon when it first became legal.
Many people look to Tweedle Farms because of their trustworthiness, high standards, and overall excellent quality of products. They specialize in strains of hemp which are high in CBD and low in THC, and grown without the use of synthetic fertilizers or pesticides, so it’s perfect for those seeking a more medicinal strain of hemp or those sensitive to THC.
Tweedle is compliant with all legal matters in the hemp industry and packages their products in high quality mylar bags; these are vacuum sealed to ensure maximum freshness and condition. Upon checking out the reviews on their products, many customers have nothing but positive things to say about Tweedle Farms, and there seems to be an overall satisfaction in multiple spheres.
So now that we have a little background about who Tweedle Farms is, let’s dive in and take a look at some of their most popular products, so you can get a feel for yourself which product is right for you!
Tweedle Farms Highlights
Tweedle Farms is a top-quality hemp producer that takes pride in its sustainable and natural growing methods.
Here are some of the highlights of Tweedle Farms:
- Small, local business owned by friends: Founded by two friends with a background in farming and growing, Tweedle Farms has is owned by a small and caring group of individuals, and not a huge production plant.
- Organic and Natural Cultivation: Tweedle Farms does not use any synthetic fertilizers or chemicals in the growing of their hemp. Although they are not certified organic by an agency, they attest to never using any sort of harmful chemical or agent.
- Low THC, high CBD: The hemp strains at Tweedle Farms are optimized for a more medicinal approach towards cannabis. The strains they sell are low in THC, and high in CBD, so the psychoactive effects are minimalized, and the medicinal effects are maximized.
- 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed: All products from Tweedle Farms are backed by a 100% satisfaction guarantee. If you are not completely happy with any purchase, they will refund you 100% of the costs, minus shipping.
Tweedle Farms Review: Negative Thoughts
One thing that we don’t like about Tweedle Farms is that they don’t have a very wide variety of strains of hemp available and the selection is sort of limited. They have altogether 21 products, which isn’t a lot, but still just okay. They also don’t have any high THC strains available for those who want to have the psychoactive high, so if you’re looking for a purely medicinal strain, it’s great, but those seeking higher THC levels may need to look elsewhere.
In addition, many of their products are sold out, or currently out of stock. This may just simply be due to the fact that they are small and can’t keep up with the high demand, but either way, we would like to see them keeping up with the clients that they have set out to pull in.
“I have struggled for a long time with anxiety and depression and a friend referred me to the farm. I was so pleased with the product, that I no longer take my prescribed medication. I will buy again.”
My Personal Experience with Tweedle Farms
I purchased the ‘Cherry Wine’ strain on my first order from Tweedle Farms. It had a CBC content of 15.4%, which was just the right amount for me. It started taking affect within about 20-30 seconds. It was a very soft smoke, and tasted super fruity – like cherries/berries, earth, and a small hint of dark chocolate. It had a really nice relaxing effect, and even helped ease my muscle aches and tension in my head. I highly recommend this one – Cherry Wine was just so delicious, clean and an overall pleasant smoke.
I also tried the distillate wax dabs. I went and bought the Girl Scout Cookies version and couldn’t have been happier. The wax had a nice firm, yet pliable texture. The deep amber orange/golden yellow colors of the wax were very beautiful and I instantly knew how good of quality the wax was. It broke down easily with my dab tool, and didn’t make a mess as I placed it in my rig. It at first gave off a lot of smoke, and then I got a very woody and spicy aftertaste, like sweet baked goods. It made me really calm, and optimistic, and put me in a really feel-good state of being. My favorite part was the taste, however! Simply delicious!Today, we would like to introduce a relatively new player in the marijuana market. Say hello to Tweedle Farms – based in Jewell, Oregon ]]>