Cannabinoids work together synergistically to create the overall effects of a particular strain. Here we report the prominent cannabinoids produced by Miss Pepper. CBDA, CBGA and THCA are the acidic forms of cannabinoids found in raw flower before heating and combustion. Once heated, these compounds turn into CBD, CBG and THC.
Total Cannabinoids 19.34%
D9 THC 0.10%
Responsible for the pungent aroma in cannabis, each cultivar has a unique combination of Terpenes that can be interpreted differently by all. Here we report the top three most prominent terpenes in Miss Pepper.
Myrcene 1.01 %
Earthy and Musky aroma, also found in mango, hops, thyme and citrus. Known to promote anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and neuro-protectivity properties.
Vibrant, fresh minty aroma, also found in bay leaves, tea tree and sage. Known to promote properties such as pain relief, anti-inflammatory and increased cognitive function.
Citrus lemony aroma, also found in citrus fruits, such as lemons, limes, and oranges. Known to promote stress relief and an elevated mood.
How do cannabinoids and terpenes work together?
The symphony of these compounds that make up each strain work together to enhance or alter the effects of one another. This makes up the different flavor profiles and effects that are unique to each strain. Here is a visual representation of how cannabinoids and terpenes work together. To learn more visit our blog post about this ensemble effect.
Grown by us and cultivated indoors, our grow allows us to provide new genetics at a higher turn-over rate, work with fresh harvests all year around, and maximize quality throughout every stage of the process. With the consumer's long-term wellness in mind, we continue to embark on our mission to provide consistent, fresh, and high-quality flower.