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College Park 1g Cartridge by Rogue River Family Farm

THC 83.9%
CBD 0.4%
College Park 1g Cartridge by Rogue River Family Farm
Amount
$1900
1 gram
Home Grown Apothecary
Closed until 11am PT
|2319.5 miles away

About this product

1g Cured Resin Cartridge | Indica-Hybrid top terps:humulene,caryophyllene, limonene College Park is a slightly sativa dominant hybrid strain (60% sativa/40% indica) created through crossing the potent Georgia Pie X (Jungle Cake X GMO) strains. A potent bud with a giddy, giggly high, College Park is a great choice for any fan of heady sativas. The high comes on fast and hard, launching your mind into a near-immediate state of soaring euphoria. You'll find that you're not really able to focus in this state yet at the same time, you'll be dying to chat with anyone around you, although you won't be able to hold much of a conversation. An overwhelming giggly sense comes next, leaving you laughing at anything and everything for no reason at all. A relaxing body high helps keep your physical form anchored without affecting your mental state in the slightest. Combined with its super high 26-27% average THC level, these effects give College Park an edge in treating a variety of conditions including chronic stress, chronic pain, depression, insomnia and cramps or muscle spasms. This bud has a sweet and fruity blueberry citrus flavor with a super pungent and dank aroma to go along with it.

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