Tropicana Cookies Cultivar



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Tropicana Cookies is a Sativa dominant hybrid cultivar created by crossing Girl Scout Cookies with the Tangie cultivar. If you were searching for a cultivar with an insanely delicious flavour that leaves you wishing for you to have more. Then Tropicana Cookies will surely meet those demands. These bright buds pack a super delicious sour citrus taste with a slightly sweet cookie taste upon exhale. The aroma of this cultivar has an earthy piney smell with sour spice and a heavy orange overtone that turns slightly pungent as this cultivar is burned. Tropicana Cookies gives off a high that is just as eye-opening as its flavour, with its reasonably long-lasting effects that get you up and off that couch and moving around in no time. You’ll feel energetic at the start of these sensations, filling both your mind and body with numbing happiness with a sense of creative motivation. These sensations are followed by a touch of relaxation, leaving your physical state calm while your mind tends to soar higher and higher. Thanks to these significant daytime effects, Tropicana Cookies is said to be excellent in help with treating people who are suffering from depression, nausea and appetite loss, mood swings, chronic stress and anxiety. These heart-shaped buds are minty green with hints of dark purple undertones with many tiny amber hairs and a deep coating of chunky dark purple-tinted crystal-like trichomes.

Known Terpenes:
-Approximately 0.0552% Beta-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,
-Approximately 0.0295% Limonene:
Aroma: 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

Known Cannabinoids:
-Approximately 21.25% Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC):
Positive Effects: Muscle Relaxing, Reduces Pain, Promotes Sleep, Deep Relaxation, Stimulates Appetite.
Adverse effects: Dry Mouth, Dry Eyes, Dizziness, Anxiety.
-Approximately 0.05 % 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
-Approximately 0.03% Cannabinol (CBN):
Adverse Effects: as of right now no known adverse effects more research is still needed
Medicinal Use: non-impairing, most sedating of all the Cannabinoids, promise to treat glaucoma and pain

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, paranoid
-Potential Positive Effects: happy, uplifted, euphoric, energetic, relaxed, giggly, focused, creative, calming, social
-Potential Medicinal Effects: Stress, anxiety, depression, pain, fatigue, mood swings, nausea

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