WHAT IS DRAGON FRUIT? (Cannabis & Natural Derived Terpene Blend)
Dragon Fruit is a rare evenly balanced hybrid strain (50% indica/50% sativa) created through crossing the infamous Super Silver Haze X Snow Lotus strains. When it comes to fruity flavors, Dragon Fruit takes the cake. This bud has a taste that is remarkably like an actual dragon fruit, with a light hint of citrusy herbs upon exhale. The aroma is of fresh fruity herbs and rich earthy pungency that sweetens as the nugs are burned. The Dragon Fruit high is just as addictive as the flavor, with long lasting effects that are focused mainly on the head. The high starts with a rush of cerebral euphoria that launches through your mind with a heavy potency, leaving you unfocused and slightly energized with a hazy effect. This quickly turns stoney, leaving you giggly and totally euphoric, laughing at anything and everything around you for no reason. As your mind lifts higher and higher into this giggly state, your body will start to settle into a lightly relaxing state that keeps you anchored to the world below without affecting your energy level. Thanks to these effects and its high 25% average THC level, Dragon Fruit is said to be perfect for treating those suffering from conditions such as chronic stress, depression, mood swings, chronic fatigue, and migraines or headaches. This bud has oversized popcorn-shaped forest green nugs with clear amber hairs and a coating of amber crystal trichomes.
WHAT IS THC DISTILLATE?
THC is a cannabinoid that gives the effect or feeling of a high. THC distillates are one of the purest cannabis concentrates. A thick, yellowish oil that can contains 96.7 percent THC, distillates can be taken in many ways: smoking, vaping, dabbing and even in edibles.
What are Terpenes?
It’s easy to assume that the difference between sativas and indicas lies in their cannabinoid content. In truth, indicas have a higher percentage of myrcene, which is a terpene. Terpenes are aromatic compounds found in many plants which give them recognizable scents, and are not unique to cannabis. If you’ve ever toured a brewery and wondered why hops smell distinctly dank, it’s that same myrcene!
As a general rule, the high myrcene indicas have a skunky smell while sativas trend more earthy. Individual strains can have a wide variety of terpene profiles that result in strains with hints of citrus, apple, or even diesel.