In the beginning, there was weed, and it was good. All cannabis was natural and organic and beautiful like sumptiuous fruit and nectar. But then some unscrupilous profiteers sold flower that was rushed and abused in the garden, even sprayed with poisons to rid the mildews! These unkind villains gave their flower great names, but lo, the nugs did shrivel in thy bowl and taste like roadkill and tires. Yea, it does get thee high, but it is NOT the medecine of the hippy for the peace of mind nor the healing of body.
Rejoice, though. L'Eagle grows thine herb as it once was. They cultivate glorious cannabis that is natural, clean, and the way nature intended it (even though it is very hard to do so and takes much love and attention). Rejoice! You have found real cannabis at L'eagle.
Seriously, though, for a moment: I use cannabis every day for a chronic illness (cannatonic from l'eagle is the only CBD 1:1 I buy in Denver now, and I appreciate that they always have it on hand). I also enjoy an uplifting and invigorating Sativa for fun from time to time. Hey, I haven't always had illness, but I've always been a bit of a hippy and a goofball.
- L'eagle's cannatonic is the best CBD strain I've found in Denver.
- The Green Crack is superlative (look out Cali). Sharp, motivating, and always brings a smile.
- Their Flo is remarkable. Great calm and happy, with occasional giggles and "it's all good", and munchies in my case. Reminds me of tangerine dream.
However, this may not be the place to go if you want to get the absolutely most cia-potent "stoney" weed for a low price. There are lots of other places in Denver for that, and that's cool, but producing super-powered weed innexpensively must be easier with synthetic nutrients and fast curing.
Yes, it costs more here, but it's worth it if you value natural clean cannabis. The THC% posted on the labels are often lower here, but cannabis is much more than THC (there are over 100 cannabinoid compounds, not just THC, and more natural = better balance of all of these), so just trust me that it is not "lite".
My bud-tender the other day was Mack. She is the best, and, like me, likes to blend the cannatonic CBD with other stuff. She said, "I think everyone could use a little more CBD in their life". I agree wholeheartedly.
I dare say that L'Eagle must love and care for their cannabis plants like I care for my own beloved rose bushes.
Let the earth bring forth grass, the herb yielding seed!
(aka. let it be l'eagle)