Pure Michigan Flower - Indica - THCA
Discover the newest legal, potent, and genuine cannabis buzz with our all-new Pure Michigan THCA flower! This indica-dominant hybrid, with a blend of 50% Sativa and 50% Indica, is the perfect heavy hitter for those seeking a relaxing, sexy-time, and euphoric experience.
The Pure Michigan high kicks in swiftly, just minutes after your first toke. You'll feel mentally relaxed, free of negativity, and blissful, with a physical relaxation that allows you to unwind without excessive sedation.
The Pure Michigan strain delivers a robust flavor profile featuring tree fruit, lime, and earthy undertones. The aroma is equally delightful, with hints of earthy, piney, and fruity notes. Indulge in the unique taste and effects of Pure Michigan.
Pure Michigan Specifics:
- Delta 9 THC: 0.198%
- THCa: 20.010%
- Total Cannabinoids: 20.939%
Your safety is our utmost priority. We ensure the superior quality of all our products, including the Pure Michigan THCA flower, by testing every batch through a third-party laboratory.
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What is Hemp?
Hemp is cannabis with a Delta-9 THC concentration ≤ 0.3% by dry weight.
Consumable hemp products are federally legal and permitted to ship over state lines.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is THCA flower?
THCA flower refers to hemp buds with elevated levels of THCA, or tetrahydrocannabinolic acid, the precursor to THC. The conversion of THCA to THC occurs through decarboxylation, a process involving heat, such as smoking, baking, or vaping.
Does THCA flower cause a high?
Certainly, smoking THCA flower produces the same psychoactive effects as traditional THC consumption, as the conversion from THCA to THC transpires when heated.
Is THCA flower real weed?
THCA flower originates from hemp but attains the status of genuine THC when subjected to heat. Therefore, categorically, THCA flower qualifies as "real weed."
Is THCA flower legal?
Indeed, THCA flower extracted from hemp aligns with federal legality under the 2018 Farm Bill. Nevertheless, it's advisable to review state-specific hemp laws in your area.
How does THCA flower become THC?
THCA, or tetrahydrocannabinolic acid, transitions into THC, or tetrahydrocannabinol, through the process of decarboxylation. This involves heating THCA, whether by lighting, vaping, or baking, causing the acid to lose a carbon atom and transforming into the cannabinoid THC.