Strain Name: King’s Banner
THC Potency: 22.82%
Burn: Smooth burning, clean white ash. Appears to be well flushed.
King’s Banner is an Indica dominant Hybrid strain created by Dark Horse Genetics. This was bred from a three-way cross of Bruce Banner #3, King Louis OG, and Joseph OG. This strain was named after that of its parent strains. King’s Banner is made up of 60% Indica genetics and 40% Sativa genetics.
This strain has a very balanced and stimulating effect on consumers, which can turn into a lazy, lethargic buzz if used in excess amounts. Many patients are using this product for inflammation, pain, anxiety and appetite loss.
Potency levels for King’s Banner go from one end of the spectrum to the other, as it has been tested as low as 13% and as high as 29% THC in some testing. With high THC levels, we would suggest using this product with caution or amount your everyday THC users. This strain would be suited for any time of day if used in moderation and would be a nighttime strain if used in excess.
Flowers of this strain are small to medium in size which are very dense in structure and shade or grape-like in shape. This strain is bursting with bright colours of green leaves, orange pistils and a fine layer of snow-like trichomes. Upon opening the bag you will smell notes of lemon, citrus and pine. When smoking these flavours are carried through and accompanied by a sour, earthy flavour.
Sample submitted: “King’s Banner” dried cannabis flowers.
Visual Inspection: Free from visible contamination and foreign matter.
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%).
•when reporting totals, acidic cannabinoids are multiplied by 0.877 to account for loss of mass from decarboxylation upon heating (activating)
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