Tropical Kush Cannabinoids:
Tropical Kush CBD flower is high in CBD with a 20% concentration and only contains trace amounts of THC (less than 1%). In addition, the strain’s chemical composition is made up of several minor cannabinoids, such as CBC, CBG, CBN and THCV.
Tropical Kush Terpenes:
Thanks to its balanced hybrid genetics featuring both Sativa and Indica strains, the Tropical Kush strain is rich in various terpenes that help balance the mind and keep your head clear and focused. The dominant terpene in Tropical Kush is pinene, the most common terpene in the world—it is also abundant in pine needles, rosemary and basil. Other prominent terpenes found in this Tropical Kush are Caryophyllene and Myrcene, both known for their enhancing effects.
Tropical Kush strain is the child of two seed bank favourites, Allen Wrench (Trainwreck x NYC Diesel) and OOKB (Secret Weapon x OGKB), combined to provide one of the best new strains with a delicious blend of terpenes.
What is CBD Flower?
CBD flower is the term used to describe the bud of the hemp plant. Hemp is one of the cannabis varieties containing trace THC levels, usually less than 0.3%. Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is the primary compound in the marijuana plant that gets users “high”. Similar to CBD oil, CBD flowers have very low THC content, so they can’t cause intoxication or cause psychoactive effects. CBD flowers are widely popular today in the wellness space, as it is non-psychoactive and might be beneficial for well-being.
CBD binds to receptors located in the endocannabinoid system (ECS). Since the ECS is responsible for keeping the most vital bodily functions in check, CBD may promote relaxation and maintain inner homeostasis. This is why many people use CBD flowers to support overall well-being.
What is the difference between CBD flowers and CBD oil?
As mentioned earlier, the CBD flower is a bud from hemp plants that manufacturers pick from freshly grown crops. Therefore, CBD flower products do not undergo any extraction or refinement processes. This form of CBD doesn’t contain additives and comes dry, pre-packed and ready to use.
In contrast, to create CBD oil, manufacturers extract CBD from hemp plants using various methods, including some which may leave chemicals in the final composition. CBD oil is also often diluted in a carrier oil to increase the absorption of active compounds.
|Strain name||Strain type||CBD %||Dominant terpene||Other terpenes||Flavour||Top effect|
|Hybrid (Balanced)||20%||Pinene||Caryophyllene & Myrcene||Fruit & Diesel||Energetic|
How to use
We recommend consumers brew their own CBD tea with this Tropical Kush CBD Flower. It is the most healthy, easy and mess-free way for anyone to consume hemp. Follow the instructions:
- Boil water over a stove or in a kettle.
- Once boiled, put the CBD flower in the water and wait for 3-5 minutes until infused.
- Using a spoon, carefully remove the flower without touching the hot water.
- Add flavourings to your liking or enjoy its natural hemp taste.
- Drink and enjoy!