by Weekends
THC 200.0-260.0mg/g CBD 0.0-10.0mg/g
Original price
Current price $21.99
3.5g cannabis per unit SKU 1065512
Seven-pack of indica-dominant pre-rolls offering notes of garlic, pepper, and skunk with a light lemon twist.
  • Product details
  • Weekends scoured the globe to find a liger that was willing to let us breed its ferocious essence into their heavy-hitting Liger Kush genetics, but they finally did it! This indica-dominant Garlic Breath x Tiger Cake cross punches hard and fast with trichome-covered, bright-green, dense buds that smack you with a loud liger claw full of garlic, pepper, and skunk with a light lemon twist. This cultivar has been slow dried and cured to provide the best possible smoking experience that won’t break the bank. Top terpenes include Myrcene, Limonene, and Beta-Caryophyllene.
    • Produced in British Columbia
    • Brand Weekends
    • Producer Sitka Weed Works
    • Common name LIGER KUSH
    • Type Indica-Dominant
    • THC 200.0-260.0mg/g
    • CBD 0.0-10.0mg/g
    • Method of consumption INHALE
    • Growing method Indoor
    • Harvesting method Hand-harvested
    • Packaging material Plastic

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