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Strain Of The Month

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 Strain Of The Month

By James Bridges

 

It was hot as hell and I needed a break from it.

 

I had been awake the entire night before. I thought I could figure out what the hell went wrong with society. Eventually I realized… I just wasted the entire night trying to figure out what the hell went wrong with society.

 

I figured, what better way to get my mind off of the absurdity of my environment than to become part of it. So I drove into town.

 

I had a plan. I had some errands to run then of course make a stop to pick up my weed. I thought long and hard before I made it into town. I decided to get the weed first.

 

The unpleasant aura of which I carried must have been highly visible as I entered Namah Cannabis. They knew that I knew that I needed to shake some things off. Maybe even cool off just a bit.  The very wise budtender gifted me the option to purchase what he said would absolutely do the trick. I took it.

 

Fortunately I didn’t have to wait long. You see, in the great state of Oklahoma, a smoking area option is an option I prefer as well.

 

Caribbean Cooler from Pollen Nation Cultivation definitely took me to a happy place. The one place I always miss. I felt as if I were taking a walk along an old familiar path along a quiet beach while sipping on the sweet kool “aid” of creativity.

 

I may not have found the answer to questions of absurdity. However, I did find a way to not really give too much of a damn and carry on.

 

CARIBBEAN COOLER

POLLEN NATION CULTIVATION

 

The dominant terpene found in the Caribbean Cooler strain is Caryophyllene. The unique molecular structure of caryophyllene allows it to easily bind to CB2 receptors primarily located within our peripheral endocannabinoid system. This means that is doesn’t cause any of the euphoric feelings of cannabis while providing many of the benefits associated with activating those receptors, like reducing inflammation.

 

It’s unlike any other terpene because it is the only one that has the ability to directly activate a cannabinoid receptor, especially CB2 receptors.

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