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Power Plant
Power Plant
Power Plant
Power Plant
Power Plant
Power Plant
Mediwanna
sativa
THC: 13%-15%
CBD: 0.23%
Featuring genetics from South Africa, Power Plant was developed in the 1990’s, and is a strain sought after for its extra-large flowers, rich in THC.  Power Plant is known for its pungent aromatics of citrus, earth and pine.

TERPENE PROFILE

alpha pinene : 0.0126%

beta pinene : 0.0145%

caryophyllene : 0.150%

limonene : 0.0475%

linalool : 0.0237%

myrcene : 0.1147%

$29.99
Pre-Rolls
Dried Flower

Description
The flowers of Power Plant are both large and dense, its deep green leaves covered in a delicate sheen of softly-glimmering trichomes, wrapped in light orange pistils (hairs).

 

Power Plant features a bright terpene structure that includes limonene, pinene and linalool. Limonene, commonly found in citrus fruits such as lemon and grapefruit, is thought to provide an energizing experience in some users. Pinene, the most common terpene in the world, contributes flavours of freshly-foraged forest herbs. Linalool, commonly found in lavender, mint and tree bark, has been reported to reduce stress and provide feelings of calm and focus in some cases.

Technical Specifications

Taste
The flowers of Power Plant are both large and dense, its deep green leaves covered in a delicate sheen of softly-glimmering trichomes, wrapped in light orange pistils (hairs).

 

Power Plant features a bright terpene structure that includes limonene, pinene and linalool. Limonene, commonly found in citrus fruits such as lemon and grapefruit, is thought to provide an energizing experience in some users. Pinene, the most common terpene in the world, contributes flavours of freshly-foraged forest herbs. Linalool, commonly found in lavender, mint and tree bark, has been reported to reduce stress and provide feelings of calm and focus in some cases.