While the holidays can lead to an increase in our stress levels, there is still a lot to be thankful for this time of year – like 10% off your D8 seltzer purchase when you buy a 4-pack in store. Whether you stop by to try D8 in seltzer form or are looking for something more traditional for your pre-meal Thanksgiving walk, we’re happy to help you find a product that makes your season a little brighter!
The White Lavender HHC taste as if our vintage White Widow and Gelato were taken to collaborate and make a work of art. The potency and finish are sweet, soothing and delicate—a daytime sativa for anytime you need to a break from a setback, a swarm of stress, or managing pain. Though, White Lavender is a sativa—HHC provides a heavy cerebral and body intoxication.They’re also quick to latch onto the ECS so please be careful, and make sure you are at home so if you do by any chance become couch locked—you know where the remote and the Sour Skittles are located. HHC means business. Both the HHC White Lavender and the HHC Lemon Meringue carts taste phenomenal so keep the CBD around so you can come down if you go too high. These carts are available at either of our in-store locations in Alpharetta on Windward Parkway, and Atlanta on Ponce De Leone.
ATLRx’s THC-O gummies with delta-8 made me question whether we are the peach state or not—ultimately leading to the decision that I was too far gone to make that kind of decision. That evening, I took only peach. The following day though, I felt that Georgia deserves the giant peach title because ATLRx is based in Georgia, and these peach-flavored THC-O gummies taste like every peach should taste. Sweet, tangy, and have a perfect consistency—me. But get this, there was also three other flavors beside peach. The flavors peach, lychee, strawberry, and blueberry are perfect fits for this cannabinoid.
Sour Glue is a hybrid dominant indica, sitting at a two to one ratio, ten percent CBD and the delta-8 THC hitting at a whopping seventeen percent. Those numbers alone make it a contender for potency, putting up a fight against the gassy Tahoe OG and the peppery earthiness of Afghan Goo. There is a mild sweetness in the front with a pinch of citrus end of the Glue. The finish tastes how the terpenes smell; lime, peppercorn, and a slight touch of hops—the work of the terpenes caryophyllene, limonene, and humulene. Sour Glue has solidified in the market for its potency, glittery trichomes, and the complexity of the strains robust taste.