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  • Distillate:

    This process takes frozen cured flowers and applies heat with a solvent, vaporizing the bud and removing plant lipids, terpenes, and any cannabinoids. This leaves a THC dominant product with a high potency. Terpenes are reintroduced in order to create a more flavorful product.

    Cured Resin:

    This utilizes dried and cured cannabis related to its specific strain. Extraction methods separate the trichomes. This leaves a THC-A dominant solution that is terpene rich, strain specific and flavorful. Cured resin gives a mellow, enjoyable, full spectrum feeling. The smell and taste left behind is potent and reminiscent of the strain specific flower it came from.

    Live Resin:

    This process takes the plant at peak freshness, harvesting and flash freezing to preserve all trichomes making it strain specific. Using high pressure or solvents, the resinous trichomes are separated, leaving a highly potent, full spectrum product that smells like the plant before harvest.

  • Light Dep:

    A light deprivation greenhouse utilizes blackout material such as tarps or curtains to control and manage light and darkness. This helps simulate seasonal changes and manipulates plants into flowering at a specific time, reducing time between harvests. It is more energy efficient, and can create larger yields as well.


    Outdoor growing is when cannabis growers use fields to produce their crops. This method is cheaper than indoor growing or light deprivation greenhouses. However, because outdoor cultivation completely exposes plants, outdoor growing can only be used seasonally, limiting the number of harvests outdoor growers can yield.

  • Sativa:

    Sativa strains are known for giving users energy, mental stimulation, and promoting creativity. Sativa often produces a “mind high” or an energizing, anxiety-reducing effect. It is sometimes characterized as more stimulating in effect than the indica variety and often used in the daytime.


    Hybrid cannabis strains are plants that have the combined characteristics of Cannabis Sativa and Cannabis Indica plants, depending on its genetic lineage. In fact, most cannabis today is a type of hybrid marked as either indica- or sativa-dominant, rather than pure indica or sativa. This is because “landrace strains,” or original cannabis strains that maintain their

    native characteristics, are hard to come by in today’s cross-breeding, global market.


    Indica is a classification of marijuana known for its relaxing and therapeutic qualities. Scientifically, indica is referred to as Cannabis Indica, and these strains can offer sleepiness and relief to those suffering from chronic pain. Indica strains may also promote appetite and reduce nausea.

  • CBN:

    CBN is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid that is naturally produced by the cannabis plant. CBN was discovered recently from decomposed THC (the psychoactive compound in cannabis). Similar to CBD, the benefits of consuming CBN include improved sleep quality, pain relief, and anti-inflammation. However, CBN is far more powerful when it comes to sleep.

  • 1:1 or other THC and CBD ratios:

    Did you know CBD is shown to be more effective when taken with THC? 1:1 ratio tinctures were shown to have fewer associated side effects compared to other ratios. The THC will create psychoactive effects. Tinctures with higher CBD than THC content are meant to maximize the benefits of combining both cannabinoids with less psychoactive effects.

    1:9 ratios or any number higher than 9 are considered high-THC ratios. While these products are not as intense as THC concentrates they will still have many of the same high-THC characteristics. These THC-rich strains and products can usually help those facing health challenges like: migraines, nausea, pain, and insomnia

    2:1 & 4:1 ratios - These ratios are great options for those who want to avoid intense psychoactivity but still receive the right amount of relief. These ratios have more CBD than THC. In these ratios, the CBD keeps euphoric effects at a minimum, but the THC helps make the products more effective.

    10:1 & 25:1 ratios - For those who do not want to experience any type of high but would like the benefits of the entourage effect, go for 10:1 or higher CBD to THC ratio such as an 18:1 or a 25:1. While these don’t offer much in the way of a psychoactive high, the THC gives the CBD a little extra kick that could make it more effective than isolated CBD. For people who want to avoid getting high but have found pure CBD less effective and are looking for the entourage effect, these are great options to try.


    A 0:1 ratio means that there’s no CBD mixed in with THC in the product. This means you’ll likely experience THC’s euphoric effects, so if you are

    sensitive to THC, you might experience its adverse effects. Some people prefer isolated THC, because it can provide pain and inflammation relief. It can also potentially boost a person’s mood and energy. If you enjoy a strong psychoactive high, this ratio may be a good option.


    CBD only – Tinctures with only CBD can be used for improving pain and anxiety. They are non-psychoactive, meaning you will not feel high. CBDa is similar to CBD but can produce stronger benefits.

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