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*Outdoor Grown Flower*
Top Terpenes: Beta-Caryophyllene, Limonene, Humulene, and Myrcene.
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 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.
β-Myrcene is responsible for the earthy, musky aroma of many strains. It's known for its sedative and relaxing effects, making it great for promoting sleep and reducing stress. It can also enhance the potency of other cannabinoids, including THC.
|Total THC||19.07% (1,335.14 mg)|
|Total CBD||0.06% (3.87 mg)|
|Total CBG||1.09% (76.63 mg)|
Cannabis flower is identified by strain names, which give clues to the strains' genetics. Cannabinoid and terpene profiles help determine the effects associated with a specific strain and can be found on product labels. Vaporizing flower provides patients with an immediate onset and the opportunity to experience the full spectrum of the cannabis plant. New patients are advised to wait 15 minutes between inhalations from a flower vaporizer.