By mixing two main sorts of cannabis numerous hybrid strains have been created. This was done to get more balanced and precise effects of the plants for the consumers, but also to better the farming efficiency.
For this reason, knowing exactly what you want from your weed means a lot, as most of the strains in the market today are hybrids. Many of the commercial hybrids are marked as Indica or Sativa dominated, indicating that they carry the majority characteristics of dominant sort and less of the secondary one.
Indica dominated strains like Sunset Sherbet gives intense full body effect, followed by euphoria.
Others like Gorilla Glue #4 – an award winning Indica dominated hybrid will bring full body relaxation while strawberry scented Strawnana has been proven as superb help in pain management. Gelato strain and sweet-sour, earthy flavored Cherry Pie both slightly Indica dominated bring deep calm followed by the mild euphoria.
On the other side, potent Sativa-dominant hybrids like Super Lemon Haze, Goji OG or Super Sour Diesel are excellent choices for day time use, extremely efficient for mood enhancement
Powerful Lemon Skunk Sativa dominated hybrid is great for treatment of depression and chronic pain. Others, like WiFi OG, SVF OG, or Tangie are superb incentives of creativity with clear head, focus coupled with abundant energy flow.
It is important to remember that each hybrid strain has slightly different constituent ratio and thus, delivers slightly different effects, depending also on a person’s individual bio-chemistry.
Super Sour Diesel – Summoning of the Muses
This potent sativa is a good choice for daytime use, although may be overpowering for new users. Effects of relaxation, focus are happiness almost immediate. Super Sour Diesel is a cross between Super Silver Haze and Sour Diesel with a pungent, earthy, diesel aroma producing energetic and creative effects.
FRAGRANCE: Pungent, earthy, diesel
EFFECTS: Serene, focused, joyful, fosters creativity
Although the list of health-beneficial components of Cannabis is quite extensive, for decades its name was primarily associated to the psychotropic effects of the THC or Tetrahydrocannabinol. However in recent years, another Cannabis active ingredient took over the spotlight completely: Cannabidiol, or the CBD.
Numerous scientific researches that shared a light upon compelling therapeutic properties of CBD brought about the demand to create Cannabis Strains rich in CBD and low levels, or completely lacking the THC component. Thus a premium natural source of health was created, and the one that would not get you all hooped up along the way.
Our naturally grown, premium products do not contain added substances like Vegetable Glycerin (VG), Propylene Glycol (PG) or MCT, and are legal in all 50 states (containing no THC), and are tested at third party labs.
What are terps and why do they make a difference?
By now we know that the diverse palate of cannabis flavors is impressive enough, and the names are really cool, but arguably the most fascinating characteristic of terpenes is their ability to interact with other compounds in the plant, like cannabinoids, and for our purpose here we are talking CBD!
Over 100 different terpenes have been identified in the cannabis plant, and every strain produces a unique terpene type and composition. The most fascinating characteristic of the family known as Terpene is their ability to interact synergistically with other compounds like cannabinoids, specifically cannabadiol – CBD.
Terpenes are fragrant essential oils secreted in differing concentrations in different cannabis strains alongside cannabinoids like CBD and THC. CBD and THC bind to cannabinoid receptors concentrated heavily in the body (CB2) and brain (CB1) respectively where non-psychoactive and psychoactive effects are produced.
Some terpenes also bind to these receptor sites and affect their chemical
output. Others can modify how much of each compound CBD and THC
passes through the blood-brain barrier. Their hand of influence is called the “entourage effect” and even reaches to neurotransmitters like dopamine and serotonin by altering their rate of production and destruction, their movement, and availability of receptors.
Ingredients: Triethyl Citrate, Cannabidiol (CBD) from Hemp Extract (Aerial Parts), Natural Flavorings, Terpenes