WTF is back in my lineup with these canary yellow gemstones. Like a necklace off the shelf at Tiffany’s, these diamonds are literally and figuratively breathtaking. Rather than being reintroduced to a sauce, these diamonds contain both THCa and Terpenes within the stone. Each strain will crash out differently, trapping more or less terpenes within the new stones. Chemdawg is a well known hybrid strain that sticks out in my head for its intense sativa effects. In my experience, these Sativa dominant strains make great diamonds and tend to naturally crash out (transform) from sugar wax into bold gemstones almost on their own. Though Chemdawg origins are debatable, this strain is known as a head changer and can be intense for new users. The terpenes make the “high” more desirable than a pure THCa diamond and they are also beautiful. This is smoking in the lap of luxury. Thank you @rastaroots710 for curating these beautiful gemstones. By Michael Cassini – @EditorInCheef.
Michael Cassini is the founder and editor in chief of The Cannabis Cactus Magazine. He focuses on community relationships with a goal to maintain a culture of love, peace and knowledge in the cannabis industry.
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