Sour Dutch Treat CBG Flower
$14.95 – $429.95
The Sour Dutch Treat CBG is Indica Dominant and named after my wife of 36 years, who is a true Dutch treat, not related to the marijuana strain! Dark fiery orange pistils atop her dense light green body, make her a beauty to behold, and put one in a dream-like state. Her primary aromas: Green apple, magnolia, cinnamon, chamomile, basil and wood. We tend to trim it to smaller buds so there’s less stem, but every bud is from top colas off the upper 3rd of the plant. Click here for CBD Potential Medical Benefits. Click here for details on our hand harvested hand trimmed slow cured process.
Cannabinoid Profile & Potency (after 8 week cure, not before, so you know what you are really getting)
13.5% Total Cannabinoids
.215 Total THC
Top 3 Terpenes
Farnesene Aroma: Green apple – Potential Medical Benefits: Anxiety Relief & Antispasmodic, has calming and sedative properties that can relieve anxiety and relax muscles to reduce spasmodic episodes, and is found in many indica strains.
Caryophyellene – Aroma: Spicy, cinnamon, cloves, and black pepper, – Potential Medical Benefits: Anti-anxiety, anti-depressant, anti-inflammatory, Analgesic and Alcohol craving reduction, Anti-Cancer.
Bisabolol Aroma: Light, sweet, and floral – Potential Medical Benefits: anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and analgesic properties.
Pesticides – PASS
Mycology – PASS
Heavy Metals – PASS
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Click here to see Total THC Compliancy for this crop. There are no federal regulations that limit the sale of flower that has passed its pre-harvest compliance tests and contains less than 0.3% Delta 9 THC. This is true even if in final batch testing your flower contains over 0.3% total THC. New USDA regulations only apply to pre-harvest tests. Finished flower sales still fall under the rules of the 2014 & 2018 farm bills. Even after new rules come into effect, flower that has previously passed compliance tests remains just that – compliant.