Slurricane is a indica dominant strain with a THC content of about 22-28%. The terpenes total 3.35% and are highlighted with Caryophyllene and Limonene. Slurricane possess a sweet flavour profile which features hints of sugary berries, gives it a sweet grapes and butterscotch. The buds are dark green, accented with purple hues and feature a thick layer of trichomes.
Wedding Cake is an indica dominant strain with a THC content between 18 – 24%. The aroma is lemon citrus with a hint of pepper which is only enhanced by its tangy and sour flavour. The buds are light green with prominent orange pistils and appear frosty due to the layer of trichomes that coat the plant.
CBD 0.07% THC 21%
Tutti Frutti is an energizing sativa dominant strain with THC levels between 18 – 24%. The aroma is fruit punch with notes of pine, blending perfectly with the breathtaking fruity flavour. You will know Tutti Frutti as soon as you smell it, but you can also recognize it by its green and purple hues.
Do your research and make sure that the product(s) you are purchasing are what you believe them to be; don’t just go with the cheapest product.
Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is the compound within the marijuana plant that gives off psychoactive effects; The reason why marijuana is classified by the DEA as a Schedule 1 drug. In order for businesses like us to sell CBD in states where marijuana is not legal, it has to contain a THC level of 0.3% or below prior to being harvested. The DEA is no longer involved with the production of hemp. Now it is regulated by the Department of Agriculture (DOA) and Federal Drug Administration (FDA).
CBD popularity is increasing, and with that people will find an opportunity to cut corners, get the product to market faster and play on the buzzwords that people in the industry are using.
The part about transparency has been said several times, but is definitely important to reiterate. If a company is not willing to share their test results, or be transparent in their process, they might not be the best place to go.
Transparency is important
Organically grown plants are preferred, especially when taking into consideration, possible beneficial health purposes. At Freedom CBD, we are passionate about ensuring the product we deliver is tested from soil to oil. If you visit our website, you’ll see transparency in our testing along the way. Whether you choose to purchase from us or not, make sure that you can see test results of the product you do buy and remember, we are always here to help educate so feel free to contact us for help.
CBD is a buzzword that is finding its way into mainstream media. You have probably heard about it from your neighbors, friends or family. But like many, you may be wondering, “Is it legal?” and, “how do you go about buying it?” Let us help you through this endeavor, because not all CBD oil is created equal!
To help you with your calculations:
How is the CBD produced?
And while it’s great to see CBD become more mainstream, it doesn’t mean that all products are created equal. In fact, there have been several studies done where products that claim to have CBD in them, either didn’t have the amounts of CBD in them as stated, or in some cases… didn’t have CBD at all!
For example, CBD content of 500 mg is given in a CBD tincture bottle but with a total fill of 30 ml. In this case, the entire contents should not be confused with the CBD content. A tincture is a diluted CBD extract to which, in our case, coconut oil has been added which acts as a “carrier”. This allows for the CBD to be carried through the body at a faster rate and delivering it to your CB1 and CB2 receptors so it can do its job.