Hidden Pastry Cultivar



Hidden Pastry is a rare balanced hybrid created by crossing the Secret Cookies cultivar Kush Mints. If you enjoy a super doughy cookie flavour, Hidden Pastry will undoubtedly hit that spot. This extremely tasty cultivar packs a sweet, sugary, minty cookie taste with every inhale. The aroma is just so sweet, with a slightly creamy and earthy aftertaste that doesn’t affect that slight cookie aroma. When it comes to the sensations that the Hidden Pastry cultivar has to offer, it blends a perfect combination of a full-bodied creeping feeling that hits both your body and mind. You may start to feel a subtle build of these effects right in the back of your head and neck, pulling you deeper and deeper into a deep sense of relaxation physically while your mind starts to break away and lifts you into a light, airy happy state. You may find yourself getting talkative as you fade in and out of heavy hazy feelings, which often get you lost in the middle of your conversations and struggling to refocus yourself. These heavy effects make Hidden Pastry perfect for treating mood swings, depression, chronic stress and fatigue, as well as social anxiety. Hidden Pastry nugs are these fluffy popcorn-shaped nugs that are minty green with an array of orange hairs and a deep chunky layer of trichomes.

Known Terpenes:
-Limonene:
Smells: Fruity, Citrus
Beneficial Effects: antidepressant, antifungal, anti-inflammatory, anxiolytic( relieves anxiety), reduces acid reflux, immunostimulant
Where Else You Can Find This Terpene: rinds of citrus fruit and Juniper
-Caryophyllene:
Aroma: spicy, peppery
Beneficial Effects: anti-inflammatory, analgesic, neuroprotective, mildly anti-malarial, anti-cancer, sleep, pain, diabetes, anxiety
Where Else You Can Find This Terpene: hops, cloves, oregano, spinach, chard, cinnamon, rosemary, allspice, pepper, thyme, fig, pot marjoram, and Roman chamomile, basil, bay, caraway,
-Myrcene:
Aroma: Clove, Spicy, Earthy, and Musky.
Beneficial Effects: analgesic, anti-bacterial, help mitigate effects of diabetes, anti-inflammatory, sleep aid, antiproliferative, antispasmodic,
Where Else You Can Find This Terpene: Hops, Lemongrass, Basil, Bay Laurel, and Mangos.

Known Cannabinoids
-Approximately 17-19% of Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC):
Positive Effects: Muscle Relaxing, Reduces Pain, Promotes Sleep, Deep Relaxation, Stimulates Appetite.
Adverse effects: Dry Mouth, Dry Eyes, Dizziness, Anxiety.
-Approximately 0.30% of Cannabidiol (CBD):
Positive effects: chronic pain, arthritis or joint pain, anxiety and depression, sleep disorder, migraine, cluster and other headaches, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), nausea, cancer, allergies or asthma, epilepsy and other seizure disorders, multiple sclerosis (MS), lung conditions, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease

All medical information is not always going to be 100% for everyone. I am not a doctor, and the truth is Cannabis is unique for everyone due to its wide range of cultivars, and the chemical makeup of each cultivar can slightly change from crop to crop. Everyone experiences Cannabis very differently due to our individual and unique endocannabinoid system within our bodies. When trying a new cultivar, my best advice is to try a little bit to see how it will affect you personally. Start Low. Go Slow. Always remember Cannabis is different for everyone, so please use it responsibly.

Overall Potential Health Effects
-Potential Adverse Effects: Dry mouth, dry eyes, dizziness, anxiety, headache
-Potential Positive Effects: Body High, Relaxing, Sociable, Uplifting
-Potential Medicinal Use: Chronic Pain, Depression, Fatigue, Mood Swings, Stress

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