Sativa-Dominant

BLACK JELLY

by San Rafael '71
THC 240.0-300.0mg/g CBD 0.0-10.0mg/g
New
Original price
Current price $79.99
($5.71/g)
14.0g cannabis per unit SKU 1065272
High-THC, sativa-dominant flower featuring a one-of-a-kind aroma of licorice and anise with fruity undertones.
  • Product details
  • Black Jelly by San Rafael ’71 is a premium, indoor-grown strain developed from Alien Cake 3030 genetics. What makes this sativa-dominant strain so special is its one-of-a-kind aroma of licorice and anise with hidden notes of sweet fruit. Dominant terpenes include Caryophyllene, Limonene, and Myrcene. Its dense buds come impressive in size and shape with eye-catching green and orange hues, topped with a coat of sparkling trichomes. Black Jelly is hang-dried, hand-finished, and carefully hand-bottled with an included humidity pack.
    • Produced in Ontario
    • Brand San Rafael '71
    • Producer Aurora Cannabis
    • Common name BLACK JELLY
    • Type Sativa-Dominant
    • THC 240.0-300.0mg/g
    • CBD 0.0-10.0mg/g
    • Method of consumption INHALE
    • Growing method Indoor
    • Harvesting method Hand-harvested
    • Packaging material Polyethylene terephthalate (PET)

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