Entourage Edition-CakeBerry Brule
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Cakeberry Brulee is a true hybrid strain.
WIth beautiful bright green buds, a bit more light orange hairs, and a medium density with medium-sized buds. This flower smells of fuel, pastry, candy, and, as the name suggests—a delightful berry dessert. Cakeberry Brulee measures in at a very respectable 20% cannabinoids. With a mid-range presence of THC along with some high CBG counts. Cakeberry Brulee is the offspring of W19 x KAP.
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DELTA 8 THC has been gaining traction as a milder version of delta-9 THC without all the psychoactive qualities. Considered more stable and less potent when binding to the CB1 receptors, this could be why Delta-8 THC provides similar benefits as Delta-9 THC but with less intense effects.
HHC (tetrahydrocannabinol) is a hemp-derived cannabinoid. HHC is a hydrogenated form of hemp-derived Delta-9 THC, causing the original double bond to be replaced with hydrogen. The resulting molecule is nearly identical to Delta-9, resulting in highly similar effects with a slightly shorter period.
THC-O is considered an alternative to the more potent and more psychoactive Delta-9 THC, while delta-8 is still the more “hemp” like cannabinoid in the group. It’s also less assertive, more common, and more of a “dosing agent” than the more robust alternatives (HHC, THC-O, THC-P). However, when used in small amounts, the relaxing and body-heavy effects of delta-8 THC can be similar to that of an Indica strain.
CBN, or cannabinol, is derived from tetrahydrocannabinol acid (THC-A) and is often used as a sleep aid or sedative. CBN also has unique antibacterial properties. In addition, this cannabinoid increases potency as the plant ages and degrades, so the CBN levels will increase over time as the THC-A oxidizes.
THC-P is one of the more recently discovered cannabinoids. It has recently gained popularity due to its vast differences from other popular cannabinoids, such as THC-O. In short, THC-P stands for tetrahydrocannabiphorol. It’s recently exploded in popularity due to rumors surrounding its potential potency.