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Choom Picks: 3 Flowers to Try Out This Spring Day

With spring season just around the corner, we gathered a list of our favourite flowers to celebrate the spring blossom. Check them out.

Pure Sunfarms – Pink Kush

Pure Sunfarms Pink Kush is one of the most recognizable strains on the market. It’s an Indica-dominant hybrid with high THC content, ranging from 18 to 23%.

This lovely Indica is a close relative to OG Kush. As with other Indicas, it presents a gassy, peppery aroma. In addition, it has a pinch of earth, coffee and grapefruit scent. The scent is rather mild, while the flavour is a bit stronger.

Pink Kush owes its aroma and taste to the rich combination of terpenes: caryophyllene, myrcene, humulene, bisabolol, and limonene.

Pink Kush delivers a smooth smoke at a great price point.

The strain is visually appealing, with bright green buds and purple hairs covered with a thick coating of trichomes.

Its effects can be described as giggly. It gives a mild buzz, with both relaxing and uplifting effects. 

Pure Sunfarms Pink Kush is hand-groomed, dried and cured in a high-tech greenhouse. It comes in a green bag with a zip seal. It doesn’t have a moisture pack, so it’s important to store it properly, to keep the weed fresh for a longer time.

Pros

    1. Budget-friendly
    2. Visually appealing
    3. Smooth smoke

Cons

    1. Mild flavour
    2. No moisture pack

Verse Originals – BC God Bud

Verse Originals BC God Bud is hand selected Indica-dominant hybrid that delivers high quality and value to customers. This potent strain brings 18-22% of THC and tropical, fruity flavour.

Its aroma is a combination of tropical fruity notes with berry, lavender and pine undertones. BC God Bud has a musky, herbal taste with a pinch of fruity notes. Both the scent and the flavour are moderate, and not at all overpowering.

The main terpenes in this strain are: trans-caryophyllene, alpha-bisabolol, alpha-humulene, linalool and limonene.

Above average high combined with moderate taste and scent.

BC God Bud has spongy green buds covered with orange and red hairs. The buds are coated with a layer of yellow trichomes.

This strain delivers a moderately strong high with relaxing sensations and tingling buzz. It can also bring a cloudy mind, so it’s better suited for times with little to no activities.

Verse Originals BC God Bud comes in a black bag with resealable zip. It’s packed with a moisture shield to keep the weed fresh longer.

Pros

    1. Budget friendly
    2. Above average high
    3. Humidity shield

Cons

    1. Not available in different quantities
    2. Some buds can be leafy

Back Forty – Wedding Pie

Back Forty Wedding Pie is another highly potent Indica-dominant hybrid. It’s a cross between Wedding Cake strain and Grape Pie. Its THC content ranges from 22 to a whopping 28% of THC.

This strain has a strong peppery and spicy aroma with a hint of citrusy scent. The taste starts with a fruity, lemon greeting which quickly turns into a touch of spicy, black pepper flavour. 

Back Forty Wedding Pie has a high terpene content (2.89%) which includes: linalool, trans-caryophyllene, farnesene, limonene and alpha-bisabolol.

A very strong high, peppery scent, and citrusy aroma.

The strain delivers a very strong high, and a relaxing body buzz. Therefore, it’s better to use for chilling, after you’ve finished with any important activities or tasks. If you are a cannabis beginner, you might want to skip this one, and start with less potent strains. 

This strain is truly nice on the eyes. It has dense, spongy dark green buds with purple and orange hairs.

Back Forty Wedding Pie comes in a resealable silver foil pouch, which will keep the weed fresh longer. However, it doesn’t contain a humidity shield.

Pros

    1. Great value for money
    2. Visually appealing
    3. Very strong high

Cons

    1. No humidity pack
    2. Not available in different quantities

 

Which one would you choose? Share your comments in the section below. 

 

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It all started in 1979 on a small Hawaiian island, with a group of promising students and athletes that would hang out after school, riding in a Volkswagen van.

This group of friends loved to indulge in Pakalolo (noun: the Hawaiian word for cannabis) – or as locals called it: Choom. They named themselves the “Choom Gang” and would go on to influence our world as successful lawyers, entrepreneurs, and even the 44th president of the United States.

But back then, it was never about the future, it was about good people sparking ideas, sharing adventures, and cultivating good times.

Disclamer

1. Please consume responsibly.
2. When canning any food at home (e.g. cannabutter or canna-oil) you should be very careful since there can be a risk of the appearance of toxin that can lead to botulism, a very serious illness. This happens when food is canned, processed, stored or handled. Bacteria that cause botulism can very quickly grow in cannabis edibles that are made at home. Bacteria can cause botulism poisoning which is a very serious illness that affects the body’s nerves and produces serious health consequences.

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