What is Cannabis Flower?
Cannabis flowers is a general term that refers to the smokable part of a female cannabis plant. The flower is the most popular form of cannabis due to its versatility. It offers numerous consumption methods, such as being smoked using a pipe or bong or rolling it in a joint or blunt. Our weed menu is consists of buds that are high on THC. (Tetrahydrocannabinol). And contain a small amount of or no CBD.
Our CBD edibles contain 99% CBD. On the other hand.
Indica Is Great For Relaxation
Indica strains usually have higher levels of CBD and less THC and notorious for its relaxing effects. It helps reduce nausea, pain and increase appetite. Indica flowers are native to Pakistan, Afghanistan, India and Turkey. The buds have changed to the often harsh, dry, and turbulent climate of the Hindu Kush mountains.
Eighth (3.5 grams) = $30
Quarter (7 grams) = $55
Half (14 grams) = $90
Ounce (28 grams) = $160
THC 14% TO 19
Eighth (3.5 grams) = $24
Quarter (7 grams) = $45
Half (14 grams) = $75
Ounce (28 grams) = $135
THC 19% TO 26%
THC 24% TO 27%
Feel Energized With Sativa Flowers
Sativa has a lower dosage of CBD and higher doses of THC.
It produces a “mind high” or an energizing effect and helps reduce anxiety and stress.
Sativa is found initially in hot, dry climates with long sunny days: These include Central America, Africa, Southeast Asia, and western portions of Asia. Sativa plants are thin, tall with finger-like leaves. They grow as high as 12 feet under perfect climate conditions. Sativa plants take longer to mature in comparison to other cannabis.
Hybrid Flowers: Calm down with Indica, Go up with Sativa
New and unique cannabis strains are produced from different combinations of parent plants by cannabis growers every year.
Using a combination of Sativa and Indica strains, hybrids are grown on farms and greenhouse. The parent plans have a lot to do with the appearance of hybrid strains. The THC percentage is high in many hybrid cannabis plants. Still, each type has a different ratio of the two cannabinoids. Producers and farmers choose hybrids for their unique properties. To reduce anxiety and stress easing chemotherapy or radiation symptoms.