by Bubble Kush
THC per container 10.0mg CBD per container 0.0mg
Limited quantity
Original price
Current price $5.99
0.6g cannabis per unit SKU 1062074
Root beer-flavoured carbonated beverage with 10mg THC.
  • Product details
  • Ingredients
  • The fizzyologists at Bubble Kush were challenged to create a delicious tasting Root Beer with 10mg THC. Mission accomplished! Drink ice cold, or in a frosted mug, or as a root beer float. Bubble Kush is a 100% Canadian brand. Taste tested by Canadians and perfected for Canadians.
    • Produced in New Brunswick
    • Brand Bubble Kush
    • Producer Tidal Health Solutions
    • Type Blend
    • THC total 10.0mg
    • CBD total 0.0mg
    • Method of consumption INGEST
    • Extraction process CO2
    • Flavour(s) Root Beer
    • Shelf stability minimum temperature (celsius) 5
    • Shelf stability maximum temperature (celsius) 25
    • Container size 355ml
    • Packaging material Aluminum
  • Ingredients

    Water, Sugar, Phosphoricacid, Potassium sorbate, Sodium benzoate, Ascorbic acid, Medium chain triglycerides, Cannabis extract, Calcium disodium EDTA, Gluconic acid, Sucrose acetate isobutyrate, Natural flavours, Tartrazine, Allura Red, Brilliant Blue FCF.

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