TRIPLE SCOOPS was the first cut unanimously voted for in our lineup that we dropped. A triple threat cross, this strain is not for beginners. It is very heavy high with subtle gassy tones. With such a unique flavor profile, Triple Scoop is a must try for connoisseurs.
The family Cannabaceae includes the flowering plants of the genus Cannabis Flower.It is debatable how many species the genus contains.There are three distinct species:sativa, indica, and ruderalis strains of cannabis;It’s possible that C. sativa includes C. ruderalis;It is possible to treat all three as subspecies of the same species, C. sativa;or C. sativa could be considered a single, unbroken species.Most people agree that the genus came from Asia and is native there.
Cannabis is a dioecious, annual herb with flowers.With serrate leaflets, the leaves are palmately compound or digitate.The plant is also known as hemp, though this term is frequently used to refer only to varieties of Cannabis cultivated for non-drug use. The first pair of leaves typically only contain one leaflet, with the number gradually increasing to a maximum of approximately thirteen leaflets per leaf (typically seven or nine), depending on the variety and the growing conditions.Hemp fiber, hemp seeds and their oils, hemp leaves for vegetables and juice, and cannabis as a recreational drug have all been used for a long time.Products made from industrial hemp are made from cannabis plants that have been selected to produce a lot of fiber.Some cannabis strains have been bred to produce low levels of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the primary psychoactive component, in order to comply with the UN Narcotics Convention.Some strains have been selectively bred to produce the most THC, a cannabinoid, which is increased in strength when the fruits are cured.The plant yields numerous compounds, including hash oil and hashish.
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