strain

A perfect morning pick-me-up

Nikki Louda

Sativa

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Effect

Calming

Energizing

Better than your morning coffee, this Sativa blend is energizing and euphoric without the caffeine jitters and crash. You'll find yourself in a pleasant, uplifted state yet relaxed and focused with the added bonus of pain relief and a healthy appetite.

Sativa
A Sativa dominant cross between Lemon Skunk and SFV OG.

Profile
Sweet citrus, herbs and earth.

Primary Terpenes
TERPINOLENE
LIMONENE
OCIMENE
B-CARYOPHYLLENE
B-PINENE
strain

A long float down a lazy river

Gelato 41

Hybrid

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Effect

Calming

Energizing

Offering an instant body buzz and pleasantly altered perception, this potent blend's motto is, 'Go big or go home.' As its name suggests, it'll give you a soft and creamy physical sensation while pleasantly numbing any of your aches and pains.

Sativa
A hybrid of Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookies and incida Sunset Sherbert.

Profile
A gassy pungent aroma with notes of a freshly baked lavander tart.

Primary Terpenes
LIMONENE
B-CARYOPHYLLENE
LINALOOL
strain

Sweet as a peach, smooth as its skin

Juiciy Fruit

Hybrid

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Effect

Calming

Energizing

This happy, colorful blend will sweep you off your feet, leaving you feeling light and a little bit giddy for hours.

Sativa
Pure Afghani indica crossed with pure Thai sativa.

Profile
Tangy and sweet aroma - think of lemony fruit punch and sugarplum

Primary Terpenes
TERPINOLENE
A-PINENE
HUMULENE
MYRCENE
strain

A creativity and productivity booster

Lemon Meringue

Sativa

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Effect

Calming

Energizing

Who doesn't love dessert? This quick-acting nutty and citrus aroma will increase your appetite, reduce stress and add effervescence to your thoughts. Get ready for an energy boost, this Sativa is a fan of physical activity.

Sativa
An uplifting sativa dominant cross between Lemon Skunk x Cookies & Cream.

Profile
Lemony aroma, with a hint of mild-tasting yet pleasant-smelling sweetness.


Primary Terpenes
TERPINOLENE
OCIMENE
B-CARYOPHYLLENE
FARNASENE
B-MYRCENE

Terpenes

Terpenes are a class of naturally occurring molecules responsible for the taste and flavour profile of cannabis. Comprising of more than 30,000 compounds, these unsaturated hydrocarbons are produced predominantly by plants, particularly conifers.

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    Caryophyllene

    An extremely common terpene found in cannabis that is known for its herbal spiciness with hints of wood. It is most commonly found in black pepper, cinnamon and hops. This terpene is a potent component in anti-inflammatory salves and topicals and also has potential anticancer, antibacterial, antifungal, and antiseptic properties. Caryophyllene is unique because of its ability to bind to CB2 cannabinoid receptors in the endocannabinoid system after being consumed orally.

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    Terpinolene

    A common terpene present in the cannabis plant is recognizable for its woody aroma along with citrus and floral notes. This terpene’s effects may be mild to moderately sedative. The terpene occurs naturally in sage, lilac, rosemary, conifer trees, apple trees, and tea trees and is a constituent of many essential oils. Early research shows terpinolene benefits may include antifungal, antibacterial, and anticancer properties in addition to potentially calming the central nervous system.

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    Limonene

    A terpene is recognizable for its zesty citrus fragrance, primarily lemon, but also in orange, lime, and grapefruit. Limonene is found in the peels of these citrus fruits and in many varieties of cannabis. Along with myrcene, the limonene terpene is one of the most abundant terpenes to occur in cannabis. The terpene has also been explored for its many and varied medical uses, including its anti-inflammatory, anti-anxiety, antibacterial and anticancer qualities.

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    Humulene

    Humulene, along with caryophyllene and myrcene, is one of the most common terpenes to occur in cannabis. Humulene shares another connection with caryophyllene, both of which are present in the hops found in beer. The therapeutic usages of essential oils containing the humulene terpene, such as sage oil, trace back to the remedies of ancient Chinese apothecaries. Even today, Chinese ginseng, which contains humulene, is used for many purposes, notably as an energy booster, a natural antibiotic, and an appetite suppressant.

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    Myrcene

    Myrcene is a monoterpene and a significant component of numerous plants and fruits. The most abundant terpene in cannabis, myrcene may be recognizable for its earthy scent and flavor profile. Some perceive a balsam fragrance in the terpene, while others describe it as smelling of clove or musk. As a component of hops used in beer, myrcene may be experienced as having a peppery or spicy taste. Like other terpenes, myrcene is theorized to be part of the entourage effect, which means that it works in conjunction with cannabinoids to potentially treat a multitude of physical and mental ailments.

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    Pinene

    Alpha-pinene, like many terpenes, has anti-inflammatory properties that also may help arthritis and pancreatic inflammation. It also is known to be a bronchodilator, which opens the airflow to the lungs and may help with asthma. Alpha-pinene is most known for its properties to help with memory. It is thought that this may help combat the short-term memory loss from THC. Alpha-pinene is important for CB2 ligands. Alpha-pinene sourced from pine needles was shown to have anti-cancer and antioxidant properties.

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    Ocimene

    A monoterpene found in various plants and fruits and bearing a sweet, woodsy scent. Mint, parsley, tarragon, kumquats, and mangos are a few of the natural sources of ocimene. However, ocimene does naturally occur in the essential oil of basil. In terms of flavor, some characterize ocimene as citrusy or fruity and display a strong, woody aroma. More subtle nuances of lavender or metallic scent may be perceived by others when experiencing the ocimene terpene in cannabis.

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    Farnesene

    Farnesene is one such terpene that naturally occurs in cannabis. It also occurs in many other plants too. Most commonly found in fruit coatings like apple skins. it is considered one of the primary terpenes in cannabis, farnesene has a number of health benefits. Found in turmeric, farnesene has anti-inflammatory properties as well as tumor-inhibiting traits and could be helpful in treating colon and pancreatic cancers. Farnesene also has a calming effect and may help suppress spasms.

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    Linalool

    Since the 19th century, linalool has been produced naturally and synthetically as the demand for terpene is increasingly high. If you have a birch tree in your backyard or some fresh mint in your kitchen, you have experienced linalool, which is produced by more than 200 species of plants. Other plants that produce linalool include rosewood, lavender, laurel, and sweet basil. in addition, linalool is one of the most abundant lavender terpenes, so you may have experienced the compound if you've ever relaxed with a few drops of lavender essential oil.