See if CBD-rich hemp helps you.

Now you can experience the benefits of high-CBD hemp legally.
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What is Bright Box?

We’re making hemp flower fun and easy.

Many strains, one store

Your perfect mix of strains shipped in one convenient box. 

Top-quality packaging

We take great care to ensure your flower arrives fresh.Your flower will arrive in a glass storage container (a Mason jar) with the appropriate size 62% Boveda pack to keep your flower fresh and help you keep it fresh until you need it. We spared no expense.

Lab reports for every strain

We provide COAs so you know exactly what you’re gettingThe laboratory reports we provide for each strain show the exact amount of beneficial cannabinoids like CBD and CBG. We prefer vendors that also test for terpenes and contaminants, though this isn't possible for many strains at the moment..

Hemp flower and vaporizers

Everything you needWe carry highly recommended dry herb vaporizers, like the DynaVap M. We even send you step by step instructions. to get started with hemp flower.

Carefully sourced flower

We search the country for the best flower at the best price.

Satisfaction guaranteed

If you aren’t happy, let us know and we’ll make it right.

Is hemp really legal?

 

 

  

The Farm Bill of 2018 legalized hemp

On January 1st 2019 it became legal for US citizens to purchase, possess, and consume cannabis with less than .3% delta-9-THC by dry weight 1 — also called industrial hemp

More info on the legality of hemp 

The finest hemp flower from across the U.S.

 Premium high-CBD hemp flower from carefully-vetted vendorsWe searched the U.S. for the best hemp flower at the best price. All Bright Box flower was grown with T.L.C. (often organically) and harvested at the perfect moment for maximum cannabinoid and terpene content. This is the hemp we'd recommend to family, friends, and you.

Tweedle Farms is a reputable CBD flower vendor.

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    Why try legal hemp flower?

    Hemp flower has many health and wellness benefits due to high concentrations of terpenes and cannabinoids. 

    Rich in CBD

    CBD (a non-psychoactive compound in hemp) may be beneficial for relief from a number of uncomfortable issues. Though more research needs to be done, early research suggests CBD may be safe.

     

    No high or anxiety

    Hemp has only trace amounts of THC, the psychoactive compound that creates the high people associate with cannabis. This means you can benefit from hemp without intoxication.

     

    Loaded with cannabinoids

    Hemp flower contains other cannabinoids in addition to CBD.  Anecdotes, and some research, suggests these cannabinoids may have beneficial effects for some people.

     

    Sensory pleasure awaits

    Varying terpene profiles give hemp a diverse range of smells and flavors— from citrus and berry to pine and spice. People appreciate hemp flower the same way some people love craft beer or fine wine.

    What can CBD-rich hemp do for you?

    Many people claim hemp has helped them find relief and make positive changes.

    Improved mood

    Decrease in anxious thoughts

    Easier to cope with pain

    Easier to focus

    Less muscle tension

    Less social anxiety

    Improved ability to fall asleep

    Improved energy levels

    Fast relief from anxiousness

    Arthritis pain relief

    Help quitting bad habits

    General anti-inflammatory

    You may not experience all — or any —  of these beneficial effects.

    But, early research suggests it is safe for you to try hemp flower to see if it helps you. We recommend learning about the effects of hemp flower, as well as the cannabinoids and terpenes hemp flower contains, to see how it might benefit youHemp flower is not a cure-all or panacea with no downsides or side effects. There is no evidence to support claims that cannabis can treat or prevent cancer or any other serious illness..

    None of the statements or products on this website have been evaluated by the U.S. FDA. None of the products for sale on this website are intended to diagnose, prevent, treat, mitigate, or cure any illnesses or diseases. 

    Why use cannabis that doesn't get you high?

    That’s a great question.
    We’ll just come out and say it: the rest of the cannabinoids are not as fun as THC. There’s no arguing that THC is the star of the cannabinoid show. The other cannabinoids aren’t going to give you the euphoric high many people smoke cannabis to experience. But, look past the psychoactive high that THC cannabis provides. There’s so much more to cannabis than just THC.  THC is just one of dozens of cannabinoids that are proving to have positive benefits completely separate from THC. In fact, many of the best parts of the cannaibis experience (calm, relaxation, sleep improvement, mood improvement, muscle relaxation, etc.) may actually be produced by these other cannabinoids. THC may be flashy, but it may not be the best reason to use cannabis. We know we wouldn’t want to smoke high-THC cannabis before giving a speech or meeting our in-laws for the first time. But, some people can do that just fine. Low-THC, high-CBD cannabis (hemp) has many health and wellness benefits completely separate from THC and its effects. 

    There are many other cannabinoids besides THC.

    Over the past couple years CBD has been getting a lot of attention because it offers people many benefits without producing any high, earning it the name “the hippie’s dissappointment 2.” But, THC and CBD are just two of many important cannabinoids3 that have been identified by scientists. Lesser known cannabinoids like CBG, CBN, and CBC may each have their own unique properties and benefits. 

    Many terpenes are beneficial.
    Cannabis’s pungent smell is created by terpenes — the same organic compounds that give pine, rosemary, basil, black pepper, and many other plants their distinct aromas. Like cannabis, hemp is loaded with them! Hemp breeders have created many legal hemp strains with unique terpene profiles. Some are piney, some are skunky, some are fruity, some are floral, some are citrusy, some are earthy. The terpene profiles make discovering and trying new strains fun and pleasurable (Sour Space Candy really does smell like sour candy!). Scientific research into the effects of specific terpenes is still ongoing but early results indicate they may have diverse benefits. For instance, linalool, the terpene that gives lavender is characteristic scent is also found in hemp flower and has been shown to have anti-stress4 and anti-anxiety5 benefits.

    There are other benefits of cannabis besides getting high.
    There’s nothing wrong with getting high, but getting high isn’t the only reason to use cannabis. Hemp flower is most often used to alleviate some type pain, help fall asleep more quickly, reduce anxious thoughts and feelings, improve ability to focus, and boost mood and energy levels. People use it because it’s effective, safe, and affordable way to cope with a variety of symptoms.

    It’s fun and relaxing.

    Using hemp can be a fun and rewarding activity in its own right. Sitting in a circle and smoking a bowl of hemp isn’t unlike sitting with friends around a bar table or hookah pipe. The enjoyment people get from the variety of flavors and smells is analogous to what we see in lovers of craft beer or cigar aficionados. For many the act of smoking, vaporizing, etc. becomes its own relaxing ritual they enjoy and look forward to.

    Isn't cannabis bad for me?

    The early research that’s been done on cannabis does not indicate that it’s particularly harmful. Especially compared to substances like alcohol and tobacco. In fact, scientists are finding many of its effects are the opposite of what the American people were told during the propaganda and smear campaigns of the 20th century. Rather than killing brain cells they’re finding it spurs neurogenesis, for instance. 

     

    While D.A.R.E. was absolutely correct in telling children they should not use cannabis until they’re fully-grown adults, it was unfair to group cannabis in with highly-addictive drugs that hurt people and harm society. They also fail to mention the many potentially healthy and positive effects of moderate cannabis use. Even alcohol, one of the most harmful substances in the U.S., is separated out in the phrase “drugs and alcohol” as if it is somehow different. But a plant as safe as cannabis is grouped together with crack, meth, bath salts, and heroin as a drug? Evidence suggests responsible cannabis use by healthy adults is not only relatively safe, it may actually be quite good for you! 

    What's the difference between marijuana, cannabis, and hemp?

    Marijuana is a term for cannabis that was adopted during the push for prohibition in an effort to make cannabis sound foreign and scary. Cannabis and marijuana are completely synonymous. Many in the cannabis industry prefer to call it cannabis because of the nefarious origins of the word marijuana. 

    Hemp (also called industrial hemp) is cannabis with less than .3% delta-9-THC by weight. This is defined by federal law that went into effect January 1 2019. It’s the same plant (Cannabis sativa L), but some strains are bred to have very low THC content (hemp) and some are bred to have high THC content. The high-THC strains are most often used for recreation and medicine. Though many medicinal users prefer hemp flower because they can experience the positive effects of cannabis without the intoxicating high. They like that they can go about their day clear-headed and “normal.” 

    Just remember: hemp is cannabis but not all cannabis is hemp. To be hemp it has to be less than .3% delta-9-THC. 

    On this website, when we say cannabis we’re referring to all cannabis — both hemp and high-THC cannabis. When we’re referring to high-THC cannabis (greater than .3% THC) we try to be careful to say “high-THC cannabis” explicitly. When we say “hemp,” “hemp flower,” or “CBD flower” we’re always referring to cannabis with less than .3% THC. 

    We’re doing it the right way for the right reasons.

    We love hemp flower and we care about our customers.

    Full transparency

    All CBD flower available on this site is tested for cannabinoids revealing the exact amount of CBD. We post the results online and include a copy in each shipment. This is a level of transparency you’d be hard-pressed to find in any industry — we don’t have lab reports for most things we consume!

    Crafted with care

    Bright Box is created by people passionate about high-quality hemp flower and its benefits. We also want to move the legal cannabis industry forward. To us that means doing things the right way and focusing on our customers. 

    Fair & easy return policy

    CBD and hemp flower isn’t for everyone. The only way to know if it helps you is to try it. If you decide you aren’t happy with your purchase for any reason, let us know and we’ll help you through our return and refund process.

    Learn more about our return policy

    Sources and citations:

    1. https://www.govtrack.us/congress/bills/115/hr2/text/enr#link=X_10113_~Q1_G&nearest=HBB6D3378037044439B54435EA96B112C
    2. https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/style/cbd-is-cannabis-that-wont-get-you-high-so-why-are-so-many-people-using-it/2018/03/29/3836922a-2d2c-11e8-8ad6-fbc50284fce8_story.html 
    3. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cannabinoid
    4.  https://www.webmd.com/balance/news/20090724/floral-scent-soothes-stress 
    5.  https://thedermreview.com/linalool/