Harvest Year – 2021 Special Sauce CBD Flower
- 15% CBD
- Top 3 Terps – Myrcene, Caryophyllene, Pinene
- Relaxing, Chill, Happy
- Contains less than 0.3% Delta 9 THC
- Third-party tested by a certified lab
- Sun Grown in Southern Oregon
- Photos Updated on December 21st, 2022
- Limited Stock
These bougie budget buds have endured the effects of time, losing some of their physical allure and aroma, but don’t let that stop you from enjoying them. We are certain that you will not find a better deal elsewhere, so embrace the imperfections and enjoy!
With dense, thick, trichome-filled buds and vibrant orange pistils, this 2021 hybrid strain is simply stunning. 2021 Special Sauce CBD Flower is bound to delight your senses with its incredible hoppy, sweet, and citrus aromas with hints of ripe berries, citrus, snickerdoodles, and wet earth.
Is Special Sauce Indica or Sativa?
Special Sauce CBD is an Indica-dominant hybrid strain
Special Sauce CBD Effects
- May reduce stress and social anxiety
- May be mood-enhancing
- May help alleviate pain
- May increase focus and concentration
- May trigger creativity
Is Special Sauce a Day or Night Strain?
As an Indica dominant hybrid strain, 2021 Special Sauce CBD Flower provides deep relaxation and calm, so if you’re new to this strain, be sure to explore its effects when you have plenty of time to chill out.
How do Special Sauce CBD Buds Look?
This strain produces medium-sized nugs that are densely structured and shaped like Christmas trees. Its resinous buds are dark green in color, with hints of mauve, and topped with beautiful orange pistils.
How Does Special Sauce CBD Smell?
It’s got a pungent sweet and hoppy nose mixed with notes of ripe berries, citrus, snickerdoodles, and wet Earth.
What Does Special Sauce CBD Taste Like?
The flavor profile echoes the aroma and ends with a sweet floral note.
Will Special Sauce Get Me High?
Smoking 2021 Special Sauce CBD Flower won’t intoxicate you, but it will relax you, and enhance your mood. As per federal law, Special Sauce in this lot contains less than 0.3% Delta-9 THC, offering numerous benefits without intoxicating the user. First-time tokers should not expect to get “high” from smoking federally compliant CBD flower, but they should use it cautiously until they are familiar with the effects. Although this product contains negligible levels of THC, it is not recommended for use by individuals subject to regular drug screenings or random drug tests.
What are Terpenes?
A strain’s signature flavor and aroma are produced by terpenes, which are naturally occurring botanical compounds. Terpenes produce more than flavor and scent; they interact with the human endocannabinoid system, resulting in a variety of therapeutic benefits. It should be noted that terpenes are essential oils and are incapable of producing intoxicating effects.
Top Special Sauce Terpenes
Known as the mother of all terpenes, Myrcene offers extensive health benefits. Apart from cannabis, other plants that contain it include hops, lemongrass, mango, and thyme. There is a strong aroma of pepper and musky notes along with hints of juicy tropical fruits in myrcene-rich hemp strains. Among the health benefits of Myrcene are:
- May improve sleep
- May provide stress and anxiety relief
- May reduce pain
- May have the ability to counteract tumors
- May strengthen the immune system
Caryophyllene is a terpene with a warm, woody, spice and musky aroma. A variety of plants contain it, including hops, oregano, basil, cannabis, etc. Due to its ability to bind with CB2 receptors, the part of our endocannabinoid system that regulates the immune system, B-Caryophyllene, may offer anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antibacterial, and antioxidant properties. Research suggests that it may offer the following benefits as well:
- May help reduce stress and anxiety
- May help alleviate chronic and neuropathic pain
- Promotes digestive health
- May reduce the occurrence of seizures
- May reduce cholesterol
- May protects against Parkinson’s disease-related neurodegenerative changes
As one of the most prominent terpenes in cannabis, pinene has also been studied extensively. Pinene takes its name from pine trees, where it is found in abundance. It imparts a dry, resinous, and woody taste, along with a piney, turpentine-like scent. There is evidence that Pinene may be beneficial in the treatment of the following conditions:
- Respiratory Conditions
- Cognitive Dysfunction
Known for its citrus aroma, limonene is the second most prominent terpene in nature and the third most common terpene found in cannabis. It is present in both Sativa and Indica strains and is known to provide mood-enhancing and calming effects. It also exhibits anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer properties that have been well studied and documented.
Several studies have indicated that this terpene:
- May provide antifungal, antibacterial, and antiviral properties
- May reduce stress and anxiety
- May help relieve heartburn and gastric reflux
- May slow down the growth of various cancers (more research is needed to determine its efficacy)
- May enhance focus
- May assist in weight loss
- May inhibit tumor growth
This aromatic terpene produces a subtle earthy, woody aroma which contributes to the unique scent of hops and cannabis. Among cannabis strains, it is most commonly found in sativas. Humulene is widely used in Chinese Medicine for its health benefits, including antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and tumor-fighting properties. Several studies have indicated that this terpene:
- May provide anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and antiviral benefits
- May slow the growth of tumors
- May promote weight loss
- May improve sleep
- May reduce depression and anxiety
- May help with digestive disorders
Hand Trimmed CBD Flower
Special Sauce CBD flower from this lot was hand trimmed.
Oregon Grown CBD Flower
This lot of Special Sauce CBD flower was grown outdoors in Southern Oregon, where the climate, soil, and water are perfect for cannabis cultivation, and organic farming practices are required by state law.
How do you ingest Special Sauce CBD Flower?
It’s possible to consume CBD flower in a number of ways, but the most common are smoking, vaping, or eating it. These methods are explained in more detail below.
Smoking Special Sauce CBD flower using a pipe is a classic and convenient way to experience its benefits. Most pipes are made of glass, but you can also find them made from silicone, wood, and other materials. Pipes contain a small bowl where the flower is placed and a chamber that allows the smoke to be inhaled. Often, pipes have small holes on the side called carbs, which can be covered with your thumb to control airflow.
There are many pseudonyms for bongs, including bubblers, water pipes, and bingers, but the original word “baung,” which translates to a long bamboo tube used for smoking cannabis, originated in Thailand. Unlike other smoking methods, bongs cool the smoke’s temperature and filter out particles, giving you a smoother, more substantial hit.
A joint might appear to be the iconic way to smoke cannabis, but it’s actually a relatively new practice that originated in Guadalajara, Mexico around 1850. Yet, this method quickly spread all over the world, partly due to its portability and simplicity.
As people become more aware of the inherent dangers of smoking, vaporizing CBD is quickly becoming one of the most popular ways to enjoy its benefits. Many people consider vaping to be a healthier alternative to smoking, and since vaping preserves more cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids than smoking, the effects may be stronger. Compared to smoking, vaping offers an easier, more enjoyable and smoother experience for beginners.
CBD has a wide array of health benefits, making it an ideal ingredient for your favorite recipes. It is also incredibly easy to use CBD in your food.
3rd Party Lab Tested
To ensure quality, we test our products in third-party accredited labs, and provide certificates of analysis so our customers know exactly what they are consuming. This batch of greenhouse Sour Lifter trim was tested by Green Leaf Lab on November 9th, 2021
Do You Ship to my State?
The short answer is YES. Even though we can ship hemp to every state, we encourage our customers to check local laws since hemp laws continuously change at the state and municipal levels. Shipments are made primarily via USPS, but UPS is also available. However, UPS will require an adult signature upon delivery.
We offer free ground shipping on all orders, but we also provide faster shipping options for an additional fee. If you’re concerned about your order being lost, stolen, or damaged in transit, you may wish to consider buying Route shipping protection, which ensures that if anything goes wrong, you’ll be refunded or your order will be replaced. Our goal is to ship your order within 1 to 3 business days, but delivery times can vary based on your choice of shipping method and weather conditions, as well as manpower shortages experienced by your carrier.
We Deliver Discreetly
Orders are shipped in discrete boxes with no indication of their contents. In addition, we include a letter to law enforcement along with our hemp handler’s license, so if any problems arise during transit, authorities will have easy access to all the documents they need to expedite their review, thus reducing the time your order is delayed.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. In no way should these statements be taken as medical advice. They are intended to entertain and inform. Personal health matters should always be discussed with a medical professional.
This product should be used responsibly and kept out of reach of children.
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