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Devil's Fire (Native Elite Series) Distillate Cartridge 0.5g

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Northern Standard Concentrates Cartridges Devil's Fire (Native Elite Series) Distillate Cartridge 0.5g

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Devil’s Fire is a cross of renown breeder Crockett Family Farms’ clone-only Hells OG Kush mother with Cherry Pie and Grand Daddy Purple. OG Kush stands for “ocean grown kush”, and its origins contain as much fiction as fact. What we do know is that it is one of the hardest-hitting indicas, and possibly the most sought after strain on the planet. Devil’s Fire brings out all the potent intensity from the OG Kush mother, while enhancing the terpene profile with sweet and fruity terpenes from the Cherry Pie and Grand Daddy Purple father. Expect a classic heavy indica sedate and long-lasting stone. Flavors upon inhalation are Malbec wine, candied grapes and tamarind.

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Northern Standard is a cannabis extracts company proudly based in the beautiful historic Town of Alma, Park County, Colorado, grandly nestled between the Pike, San Isabelle and White River national forests. Our company is founded on the same resilient pioneering spirit of the artisanal miners, craftsmen and tradesmen who in 1873 founded Alma – one of only six surviving communities of the estimated 46 that were formed in Park County during the 1800s Colorado gold and silver rushes. Northern Standard draws inspiration from the dense national forests that surround us, containing two-thousand year old Bristlecone pines, geothermal hot springs, some of our nation’s tallest mountains, and many historical mining and mill sites that are gracefully fading back into their environment. Mountain biking, hiking, camping, fishing, ice climbing, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing continue to grow in popularity in Park County, continuing a 150-year tradition of recreation in the area. The natural landscape, historic locations, wildlife, and highly educated, colorful people who make Park County their home are magnets for artists, filmmakers, and photographers. Very little of the mining activity that shaped Alma and Park County remains today. Northern Standard is proud to contribute to the local economy by engaging in a new, greener industry based on an eco-friendly, renewable resource.