by Coast Mountain Cannabis
THC 160.0-220.0mg/g CBD 0.0-10.0mg/g
Original price
Current price $36.99
3.5g cannabis per unit SKU 1057710
Organic, sativa-dominant flower with diesel and sour lemon notes.
  • Product details
  • Often called Lemon Diesel or Lemon Sour Diesel, BC Organic Lucy In The Sky is a cross between Afghani Indica x Skunk #1. This sativa-dominant cultivar has a noticeably skunky diesel-like aroma accompanied by a robust citrus fragrance. A classic sativa that is experiencing a resurgence. The colourful buds grind fluffy with the perfect moisture levels, offering a flavourful smoke with lavish sour lemon notes upon exhale. 100% Certified Organic by Pro-Cert, premium, grown indoors using organic living soil, perfectly cured, hand-trimmed, and packed with love in glass jars. Top terpenes include Terpinolene, Myrcene, and Ocimene.
    • Produced in British Columbia
    • Producer Coast Mountain Cannabis
    • Common name LSD
    • Type Sativa-Dominant
    • THC 160.0-220.0mg/g
    • CBD 0.0-10.0mg/g
    • Method of consumption INHALE
    • Growing method Indoor
    • Harvesting method Hand-harvested
    • Packaging material Glass

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