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  • Cinderella 99 by Hilight

Cinderella 99 – 7 gr Flower

Sativa19.32% THC1.18% CBG
$80.00/7 gr

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Product description

Dominant Terpenes

  • β-Caryophyllene

    3.32 mg/g

  • Limonene

    2.21 mg/g

  • β-Myrcene

    1.85 mg/g

  • Humulene

    1.49 mg/g

  • Linalool

    0.72 mg/g


Strain TypeSativa
Total THC19.32% (1,352.46 mg)
Total CBD0.05% (3.74 mg)
Total CBG1.18% (82.67 mg)

Cinderella 99 is a sativa-dominant hybrid strain that is a cross between Princess and P94 genetics. With a high THC content of up to 22%, this strain is known for its uplifting and energizing effects. Patients report feeling a burst of creativity and euphoria, making it a popular choice for daytime use. The strain has a sweet and fruity flavor with hints of tropical citrus and pineapple. Its aroma is also fruity and sweet with a slight skunky undertone. Cinderella 99 is a great strain for those looking to boost their mood and increase productivity.

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.

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