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The Farm Bill of 2018 was great news for anyone looking to grow industrial hemp. Now, it is no longer necessary to find a secret plot 50 miles from civilization with the fear that ‘the man’ will come knocking on your door any day. The Farm Bill finally legalized the growing of industrial hemp in the United States. In a bombshell that proves the world has flipped on its axis, Mitch McConnell was one of the driving forces!
While most of the CBD sellers we review offer oils, tinctures, balms, and edibles, Tweedle Farms is a little different.
Who is Tweedle Farms?
Unfortunately, the company doesn’t have a proper ‘About Us’ page. Instead, it has a little paragraph at the bottom of the page which states that Tweedle Farms is a hemp farm in Northwest Oregon. It specializes in high-CBD hemp flower that’s also rich in terpenes.
The brand has a Facebook page which reveals that Jason Evans is the founder. The page has slightly over 3,000 likes and a similar number of followers which suggests the company has gained some traction. Tweedle Farms is pretty active on Facebook with new posts on most days. The page also has over 140 positive reviews from real users which is always a major boon for credibility.
The brand admits that its products are not certified organic but claims that no pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, or sprays are used on any products. For it to be legal, industrial hemp must contain a maximum of 0.3% THC. Worryingly, Tweedle Farms doesn’t guarantee the lawfulness of its products in all jurisdictions, nor can it promise that you will pass a drug test after using its hemp. In other words: Use at your own risk!
On the plus side, the company tells you the cannabinoid content for each product, along with third-party lab reports to back up its claims. So far, so good! All of Tweedle’s products involve mature hemp flower and buds. Therefore, you need to decarboxylate the herb before using to unleash the cannabinoids.
Review of Tweedle Farms’ Hemp Flower
There is a total of 13 products in the Hemp Flower section including strains such as Special Sause, Suver Haze, Sapphire, Cherry Wine, and Bast. There is also a 4-strain mystery pack available for $20. The cost of the strains ranges from $6 to $9 a gram. For example, Lifter, which was grown in a greenhouse, has the following price list:
- 1 Gram: $9
- 1/8 Ounce: $25
- 1/4 Ounce: $40
- 1/2 Ounce: $65
- 1 Ounce: $90
As you can see, customers are rewarded with a much better price point once they purchase more herb. Even though it is a high CBD strain with minimal THC, $90 per ounce is a fine deal indeed. Each variety has plenty of information including details on its genetics, who grew it, the cannabinoid content, terpene content, scent, and general information on the buds themselves.
For example, Lifter was grown by Fern Valley Farms and is a cross of ERB and Suver Haze #50. It contains 18.46% CBDa and just 0.07% THC. It is a slightly sativa-dominant hybrid, and its dominant terpenes include myrcene and humulene. Lifter has chunky buds, and you can expect a creamy and earthy aroma.
If you want more information on the cannabinoid or terpene content, simply click on the lab reports that accompany each strain. For instance, Lifter also contains 0.05% CBG and 0.15% CBDVA. There are well over 220 positive reviews on the Lifter Strain alone. Customers are happy with how it reduces their anxiety, helps them feel calm, and also reduces the severity of various pains and aches.
Tweedle Farms’ Pre-Rolls
Whether you have no idea how to roll a joint, or else you simply don’t want to, these pre-rolls from Tweedle Farms are extremely convenient. Each one contains a gram of hemp flower, and there are five strain options: Lifter, Otto & Cherry #4, Elektra, Otto Franklin, and Kush Hemp. Otto Franklin costs $7 while the rest all cost $8.
There is also a discount if you purchase five. The $8 rolls can be purchased in 5-pack form for $30, while the Otto Franklin rolls cost $25 for a 5-pack.
Once again, there is ample information to go along with each pre-roll. The Kush Hemp option is a cross of Elite Hemp and Pre 98 Bubba Kush. It was grown by Hemp Worldwide LLC and has 17.8% CBDa and 0.04% THC. It is an Indica and contains terpenes such as limonene and beta-caryophyllene.
Tweedle Farms’ Small Buds & Trim/Shake
There are fewer options in these categories. In the Small Buds section, there is Suver Haze (which was sold out at the time of the review), and Cascade. You can purchase an ounce of the latter for just $60, and as the name suggests, it comes in the form of small nugs.
The strain itself is a cross of Sour Tsu, Harle Tsu, Canna Tsu, and Ringo’s Gift. It is grown by Tweedle Farms and has 13.4% CBDa and less than 0.02% THC. Cascade is an Indica-dominant hybrid with notes of sweet and sour hay. The nugs are delightful to behold, and the strain is known for having a high resistance to grey mold.
The only Trim/Shake option is Suver Haze which costs $30 an ounce. The reason it is so inexpensive is due to the presence of plant matter. While the full flower has up to 19% CBDa, the trim/shake will have a maximum CBDa content of 15%. It was also grown by Tweedle Farms and is a decent option for users on a budget.
Where Can I Purchase Tweedle Farms’ Products?
Make your way to the official brand website and go to the Currently Available tab at the top of the page. There is also a merchandise page where you can buy enamel pins, a gift card, or short sleeve t-shirts with the Tweedle Farms name on them.
The brand even encourages customers to send them an email to get a discount code. If you see a strain that has sold out, it is likely to be restocked within a couple of days, so stay patient. Tweedle Farms needs two full business days to process any orders, and the average delivery time is 5-7 business days.
Please note that the brand only ships items on weekdays. Unfortunately, at the time of writing, Tweedle Farms only ships within the United States. Customers receive free shipping on all orders worth $45+ via USPS. As well as containing a note to any law enforcement authorities, each order includes lab test results for that batch, which is a very professional touch.
While the company has a grower’s license, we have heard that it doesn’t have a handler’s license. If this is true (and we can’t confirm it), it would mean that Tweedle Farms is allowed to grow hemp but isn’t strictly allowed to sell it.
Final Thoughts on Tweedle Farms
Overall, Tweedle Farms offers an impressive range of hemp strains that are replenished regularly. The price list is more than reasonable, and with free shipping on valuable orders, it is a reputable brand worth considering if you need hemp for medicinal purposes. It also pays to purchase the herb per ounce as you will save a lot of money.
Some lab tests show products that may have enough THC in them to cause you to fail a drug test; however, so please bear this in mind before making your purchase.
Tweedle Farms Pros
- Freshly grown industrial hemp delivered to your door.
- Third party lab reports easily available.
- Excellent value for money.
- Nice range of hemp strains.
Tweedle Farms Cons
- Only ships to U.S. customers.
- You are not guaranteed to pass a drug test.