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Skunky, sweet, and indica dominant, T1 is a perfect marriage of The Wife

 and Afghan Skunk. The hints of citrus and berry fill your palette at the start.  Towards the end, subtle notes of cheese and earth tones add a dynamic flavor.  But, not for the faint of heart, T1 has a potency that mellows the spirit, keeping you calm and  relaxed. Alleviating those negative feelings.

Cherry Blossom

Although it’s lineage is hard to trace, this strain originated from the Berry Blossom.

Mixed berry flavors with a prominent cherry undertone adds a warm calming feeling while relieving stress, and anxiety to its user.

Cherry Wine

Cherry Wine’s lineage is that of The Wife and Charlotte’s Cherries. This strain offers sweet cherry notes with  peppery skunky undertones. This 50/50 hybrid provides

 a relaxing effect for mind and body.

Mango Mountain

This heavy sativa hybrid delivers a tropical flavor of mango, lychee, passion fruit and guava, with citrusy undertones. A preferred smokable flower, this smooth

experience also provides a mellow feeling for the user.

Bleu Genius

   The strain Bleu Genius is a hybrid CBD strain known for its potentially calming, clear-headed effects. The flowers are primarily light green but have dark purple notes and are trichome heavy. The terpene profile gives the flower a dark, gassy, citrus scent followed by notes of pepper and basil with an earthy tone complimented with hints of berry upon grinding.   

Sour Space Candy

This strain is a cross between Sour Tsunami x Early Resin Berry. This CBD-heavy strain has a flavor profile similar to GG4 and Sour Diesel./Chem/OG lines.With its fruity overtones followed by its gassy finish, this is surely a fan favorite.

Sour Tsunami

   This is a well-balanced strain that is 60% sativa and 40% indica. It is a cross between Sour Diesel and NYC Diesel. The result, is a strain that is effective at treating pain and inflammation. The flavor initially has a fruity tone that is followed quickly with diesel and pine undertones   


First discovered by researchers in the 1960’s, CBG is the origin from which the most popular cannabinoids are synthesized. Most are familiar with the cannabinoids known as THC, CBC, and CBD. However, CBGa is the acidic precursor to these cannabinoid lines. Often referred to as "The Mother” of these lines, CBG has enormous therapeutic promise, especially in the medical community. The cannabis plant naturally produces CBGa, as well as the other cannabinoids, in much smaller doses. Specific enzymes in the plant break down CBGa and direct it toward the production of THCa and CBDa. Thus, more THCa means less CBDa and CBGa and vice versa by the nature of how these compounds are synthesized. When these compounds go through decarboxylation (exposure to light or heat) the non-acidic form of THC and CBD are made. The non-acidic form is what our ECS is most familiar. The human body’s built-in endocannabinoid system (ECS) works to keep the body in homeostasis while regulating key aspects of our biology. The plant's cannabinoids naturally react with this system and that is why its uses are being further developed in the medical world. The list of medical benefits  for CBG is long, and some say it provides more  medical uses than its popular counterpart CBD.  CBG has powerful effects as an anti-inflammatory and vasodilator.  Research has shown that it may be an effective treatment for glaucoma by reducing intraocular pressure and reduce inflammation. CBG also works as a neuroprotective and anti-proliferation.  Recently, it has shown great promise as a cancer fighter by inhibiting the growth of colorectal cancer cells and tumors.   Scientists are exited about these findings  and this research is promoting a promising medical future.