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Top Terpenes: Caryophyllene, Limonene, Humulene, and Linalool.
Commonly found in black pepper, cloves, and cinnamon, β-Caryophyllene is known for its spicy and woody aroma. It has unique medicinal benefits, as it binds to CB2 receptors and has anti-inflammatory properties. This makes it a popular choice for pain relief.
Commonly found in lemon, rosemary, and peppermint, Limonene is known for its citrusy and sweet aroma. It may be beneficial for relieving stress and elevating one’s mood.
Commonly found in lavender and coriander, Linalool is known for its floral and sweet aroma. It may be beneficial for anxiety and pain relief.
Commonly found in hops, basil, and cloves, Humulene is known for its earthy, woody, and spicy aroma. Some patients find it has an uplifting and calming effect. Humulene has been used for hundreds of years in holistic medicinal practices and may be helpful for pain reduction, anti-inflammation and appetite suppression.
Sundae Driver is a hybrid cannabis strain that crosses Fruity Pebbles with Grape Pie. Common effects associated with this strain are relaxation and calm, with an overall happy feeling. The dominant terpene Limonene combined with secondary terpenes Beta-Caryophyllene and Linalool deliver earthy and sweet flavor notes, and result in a well-balanced effect that's not too uplifting and not too sedating, perfect for daytime use.
Indoor cannabis flower refers to the dried, cured buds of the cannabis plant that are cultivated indoors, rather than outdoors or in a greenhouse. Indoor cultivation allows growers to closely monitor and control the growing environment, including temperature, humidity, lighting, and air quality, which can result in higher quality and more consistent cannabis flowers. Indoor-grown cannabis flowers tend to be more aromatic, flavorful, and potent than outdoor-grown flowers, and may have a more complex and nuanced flavor profile. Additionally, indoor cultivation allows for year-round production and can reduce the risk of pests, mold, and other environmental factors that can negatively impact cannabis crops.