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Cloud Cover - The White, Hybrid, Indoor *Sale*

Named for the color it gives off from the absolute stellar coverage of trichomes, The White is a heavy duty high. The exact effects of this strain can vary from person to person with some experiencing an intense cerebral high while others feel a state of calm and relaxation. One thing is certain, the smell of this strain is very unique. It's always light with notes of lemon, old hash and pine while having oddly sweet earthy notes flowing in at times to really make you wonder what is going on.

Genetic Cross: Triangle Kush Bagseed (Probably)

THC: 27.1% | CBD: 0.04% | Total Cannabinoids: 31.80% (Hybrid) Was $12/g

Avitas - Sugar and Spice, Indica, CO2 Cart

Sugar and Spice is part of Avitas special holiday line up and is the dessert-like indica addition. The high terpinolene content with a large mixture of various small amounts of fruity and earthy terpenes that produce a flavor reminiscent of spiced, orange cakes. The high is immediately uplifting and keeps you happy while it releases some tension and eases your body into a tranquil state that's ready for sleep.
All material that goes into Avitas CO2 cartridges are grown by their farm and have no additives, which includes flavorings, PG/VG or pesticides!

1g Cartridge

Cultivator: Avitas

Genetic Cross: Unknown

Top Terpenes: Terpinolene, b-Caryophyllene, Myrcene

THC: 74.27% | CBD: .11% | Total Cannabinoids: 79% (Indica)

Louis Vuchron - Holy Grail Kush, Hybrid, Indoor

As the offspring of multi-award winners OG #18 and Kosher Kush, it’s no surprise that Holy Grail Kush came out on top of many cannabis cupsand is said to have nabbed the first-ever High Times Cannabis Cup perfect score in 2011. The aroma of this plant is pure kush and has a strong spicy citrus smell, both while growing and once harvested, that is uniquely complex.
This product consists of b-buds with no large bud flower.

Genetic Cross: OG #18 x Kosher Kush

THC: 19.74% | CBD: 0.08% | CBGa: 0.46% | Total Cannabinoids: 23.04% | (Hybrid) Was $5/g