Choco Cookie: bright green flowers with light green leaves and a good presence of trichomes that characterise the ‘White‘ appearance.
Fragrant aroma with tones reminiscent of wisteria in bloom, a sensation reminiscent of freshly baked sweet biscuits.
The buds of Choco Cookie are compact and medium sized. The genetics used for Choco Cookie is a White Widow, grown in GlassHouse without the use of chemical fertilisers or pesticides.
Sold in packs of 1.5g and 3g
Retail: 1.5g €11.25 / 3g €22.50
Legal Marijuana is obtained from dried hemp inflorescences. Only the female inflorescences are used, the THC content of which is set and complied with by law. Each variety of cannabis produces active ingredients in different quantities.
Cannabis sativa, cannabis indica and cannabis ruderalis differ in origin, size and concentration of active ingredients. Often the three different species of Cannabis Light are crossed with each other to obtain a specific cannabinoid content, or to achieve higher results. Crosses result in plants that are more resistant to certain climatic conditions. Their result, in the end, is quantitatively and qualitatively better.
Its buds contain a high cannabidiol, or CBD, and a low THC content.
Light cannabis is the term used to refer to cannabis strains in which the active ingredient, delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), is very low or almost insignificant. Instead, it contains a high level of the metabolite cannabidiol (CBD), which has a relaxing effect.
What CBD is and how it works
CBD is therefore one of the 80 chemicals identified in the composition of cannabis. It is a cannabinoid and is the second most commonly found element in sativa hemp extract. It is an active ingredient that is absorbed very quickly by the metabolism. Absorption occurs through cannabinoid receptors. These are elements that bind to endocannabinoids, natural cannabinoids (such as CBD and THC) and synthetic cannabinoids. Two different types are currently known: CB1 and CB2.
Those of CB1 are found in the central nervous system, while those of CB2 are found both on the T-cells of the immune system and in the central nervous system. CBD acts by binding to CB1 and CB2 receptors and does so in a completely natural and beneficial manner.