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Nature's Grace and Wellness Cannabis Flower Popcorn Lemon Tag

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Popcorn Lemon Tag by Nature's Grace and Wellness

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28% THC, Nice heavy stone to her! Lemon tag says it all; delicious lemony diesel flavor backed by piney goodness! Works fantastic to take away pain or stress. Sedating effects I recommend trying after your done with any plans. Great tasty flower and high terp content

Relaxing. Pleasant. Nicccccccccce. I picked up a couple things on sale as an experiment for pain. This ended up at the bottom of my wooden box, unopened. Decided to give it a test, and I fell in love with the scent, then with the result.

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Family owned medical cannabis cultivator and processor located in Illinois. Nature’s Grace and Wellness is owned and operated by the O’Hern Family. The O’Herns are 5th generation farmers and run O’Hern Stock Farms in Western Illinois. The Spoon River Valley area is their home and they are passionate about improving the livelihood, health, and wellness of not only their families but their fellow friends and neighbors. Parents, Kelley and Larry O’Hern have four sons who all have strong backgrounds in agriculture and are deeply rooted in the growth and achievements of the family business. Throughout their family history, they have been heavily involved in agriculture through the production of grain and livestock. The family has been recognized both locally and nationally for their commitment to sustainable, safe and responsible agriculture. Their inspiration for this project began with the desire to help their family members, whom suffer from medical conditions of which access to medical cannabis could benefit. This personal connection to the benefits of the medical cannabis movement, the desire to help others, and their passion for agriculture compelled them to seek a role in Illinois’ Compassionate Use of Medical Cannabis Pilot Program (“Pilot Program”). In the end, they are agriculture people. The sustainable, responsible and safe cultivation of medical cannabis is a natural extension of their family operations and the goals they have set out for the future of their community.