Blueberry Kush (Indica)

$11.00

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Description

Blueberry Kush is a strong indica strain that has been known to be one of the strongest medicinal strains. Many consumers using this strain report that Blueberry Kush helps them relax and forget their pain. The parents of this potent strain are Blueberry and OG Kush, and originated in Oregon. Stemming from its name, this strain is very aromatic and has a smooth berry flavour. This indica has been known to help with pain, insomnia, appetite loss and nausea.

This strain of Blueberry is currently the staff favourite, and is one of the nicest flowers to come in stock for us. Don’t miss out on this gem.

LAB DATA

Sample submitted: “Blueberry Kush” dried cannabis flowers.
Visual Inspection: Free from visible contamination and foreign matter.

Cannabis Potency Summary Table:
Three tests of each sample were analysed and summarised below:

Cannabinoid Identified

% by weight

mg/g

THC (activated)

3.26

32.6

THC-Acid (not activated)

25.89

258.9

*THC total (THC-Acid THC)

25.97

259.7

CBD (activated)

CBD-Acid (not activated)

0.06

0.6

*CBD total (CBD-Acid CBD)

0.06

0.6

CBG (activated)

0.09

0.9

CBG-Acid (not activated)

0.40

4.0

*CBG total (CBG-Acid+CBG)

0.44

4.4

THCV (activated)

THCV-Acid (not activated)

*THCV total (THCV-Acid+THCV)

CBN

CBC

Activated Cannabinoid Total:

26.46

264.6

Alpha Pinene

0.33

3.3

Camphene

0.01

0.1

Sabinene

Beta Myrcene

1.49

14.9

Beta Pinene

0.09

0.9

Alpha Terpinene

Ocimene

0.10

1.0

Eucalyptol

Limonene

0.07

0.7

Gamma Terpinene

Sabinene Hydrate

Terpinolene

Linalool

0.05

0.5

Fenchone

Endo Fenchyl Alcohol

0.01

0.1

Isoborneol

Menthol

Borneol

Alpha Terpineol

0.01

0.1

Nerol

Geraniol

Alpha Cedrene

Beta Caryophyllene

0.20

2.0

Alpha Humulene

0.06

0.6

Valencene

Cis-Nerolidol

Trans-Nerolidol

0.01

0.1

Guaiol

Caryophyllene Oxide

0.01

0.1

Cedrol

Alpha Bisabolol

0.03

0.3

Phytol

0.07

0.7

Terpene total

2.54

25.4

•when reporting totals, acidic cannabinoids are multiplied by 0.877 to account for loss of mass from decarboxylation upon heating (activating)

Activated vs non-activated: activated cannabinoids are non-acidic (neutral) and are the form utilized by the human brain/ body. Activation occurs via heating (smoking, vaporizing, cooking). Cannabinoids in the natural plant are acidic (non-activated) and need to be converted to their neutral form in order to be utilized by the human body. Therefore one would expect fresh cannabis buds to contain mainly non-activated cannabinoids. Processed materials (baked goods, heated extracts) should be higher in the activated forms.

Absent Cannabinoids: if a cannabinoid or terpene is blank, it is not necessarily absent but below the limit of detection by the detector (usually less than 0.01%).

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