About the strain:
Banana Cream Cake is an indica dominant hybrid strain (70% indica/30% sativa) created through crossing the potent Banana Kush X Cheese Cake strains. These are smaller nugs but they are QUADS!
Named for its super delicious flavor, Banana Cream Cake strain packs everything any indica lover dreams of and more into each tasty little toke.
Like its name suggests, Banana Cream Cake has a super sweet and doughy creamy banana flavor with a lovely sugary exhale.
The aroma is very similar, although it does have a touch of spicy earthiness to it, too, that’s released as the nugs are burned away. The Banana Cream Cake high hits you almost as soon as you exhale, working its way immediately into your brain with lightning-fast energy and creativity. This quickly turns heady, leaving you hazy, unfocused and pretty happy about it. You’ll find yourself fading in and out of giggly episodes, laughing at anything and everything around you.
This is accompanied by a lightly stoney body high that keeps your physical form totally relaxed.
CURE AND TRIM:
Whole plant hung to dry for 15 days as humidity is slowly dropped in the room.
Placed in totes after to cure for 14 days with the stock still on the bud.
Hand trimmed, where trimmers only touch the stock of the bud and slowly place into bags.
Bud is only touched a minimum amount before the final customer receives it.
BC BUD REGION: Grown in Fraser Valley, BC.
Effects:Energizing, Giggly, Happy, Relaxing, Sociable, Uplifting
Medical:Anxiety, Chronic Pain, Depression, Nausea, Stress
About the vendor:
Living soil organics cannabis only
Growing healthy, potent, and exotic cannabis strains using zero pesticides, fungicides and/or man-made chemicals. Organic and craft sized batches only!
Living Soil Cannabis: what is the big deal? Read here.
The Koots Boutique Process
The organic living soil we use has been perfected over 5 years of trial and error. We use a combination of compost organic matter, teas, and herbs together to create a natural environment for the cannabis plant during its seedling, vegetative and flowering cycles. These plants are healthy and use natural techniques to deter pests and mould. The way it should be.
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