Cannatonic 100g: is an inflorescence that originates from the combination of two varieties: indica and sativa hemp. This plant made its debut in 2008 and, in the same year, won the ‘High Times Amsterdam Cannabis Cup’ in the sativa category, despite the fact that it is a CBD-rich strain and, therefore, also close to the indica variety. Cannatonic presents itself with a military green colour and lighter shades towards the apex of the bud. The buds are also rich in terpenes, natural compounds that release a distinctive citrus fragrance. Cannatonic therefore appears as a truly beautiful, but above all compact and fragrant flower. The peculiarity of this genetics is the presence of a high level of CBD and a
medium-low level of THC.
Cannatonic 100g: Baby Bud of Cannatonic genetics, these very small Cannabis Light buds have a sour terpene profile of limonene and A-pinene, typical of this Cannatonic genetics, which is present from the military green colour, with lighter shades towards the apex of the bud. The 100g Cannatonic buds were sieved to 1.3cm, the average size of these small CBD inflorescences. Outdoor cultivation. The peculiarity of this genetics is to have a high level of CBD and a medium-low level of THC. Cannatonic is one of the most popular and most produced genetics in the cannabinoid industry in recent years.
Why do baby buds have such a convenient price?
Baby Buds are sold in two 50g packs, for better preservation of the inflorescences. The exclusive cost is due to the very small size of the buds and has nothing to do with the quality of the hemp, which is always optimal. It is not a chopped product, but small, rounded or elongated buds. The baby buds come from the sieving (mesh size 1.3cm) of our Legal Hemp inflorescences or from the breaking of buds during the cleaning of the larger buds. The buds are selected and cleaned by hand.
A new study from John Hopkins University has investigated the potential of cannabis to reduce anxiety and depression. Here are the results and all the news.
John Hopkins University study on cannabis to reduce anxiety and depression
Following research by Washington State University that confirmed the anxiolytic properties of cannabis, a new study by the John Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland, also looked into the plant’s therapeutic potential and its link to disorders such as anxiety and depression. The study was conducted in collaboration with the Realm of Caring Foundation, which has always been committed to promoting cannabis research, legitimising therapies and providing information on the subject.
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