by Shred X
THC 500.0-530.0mg/g CBD 0.0mg/g
Limited quantity
Original price
Current price $34.99
3.8g cannabis per unit SKU 1063236
Guava-lime flavoured vape with a 5:3 THC:THCV ratio.
  • Product details
  • Ingredients
  • SHRED X’s Guava Lime Go-Time 510 cart is bursting with tropical guava and lime flavours and boasts 80-86% total cannabinoids including +30% THCV derived from the Get S**T Done whole-flower strain. Offering a rare 5:3 THC:THCV ratio and housed in the new Quantum Vape™ technology. This in-SHRED-ible technology offers the ultimate vape—Containing no ceramic particle emissions or heavy-metal leaching. Guava Lime Go-Time delivers dense, flavourful, and potent clouds of cannabinoids for those looking to dabble in this SHRED-errific minor cannabinoid.
    • Produced in New Brunswick
    • Brand Shred X
    • Producer Organigram
    • Type Sativa-Dominant
    • THC 500.0-530.0mg/g
    • CBD 0.0mg/g
    • Method of consumption INHALE
    • Extraction process CO2
    • Flavour(s) Tropical Guava & Lime
    • Cartridge connection type 510_thread
    • Packaging material Polyethylene terephthalate (PET)
  • Ingredients

    Cannabis Extract, Flavouring Agents. No common allergens

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