House Shatter – Pineapple Express
$17.00 – $380.00
(AAA) | Sativa Dominant Hybrid – 60% Sativa / 40% Indica | THC: 82.5%
Energizing, Euphoria, Focus
Chronic Pain, Depression, Fatigue, Loss of Appetite, Migraines, Nausea, Nightmares
Citrus, Pine, Pineapple, Sweet, Tropical
Pineapple Express is a Sativa dominant strain with a 60:40 Sativa/Indica ratio. The strain is quite popular and has achieved recognition thanks to the stoner film of the same name. The taste is quite extraordinary with a hint of pineapple while you inhale. Pineapple Express is chosen to treat a lot of medical problems including anxiety and stress. However, it is even more effective at curing the symptoms of chronic depression at the same time. If you are suffering from mild pains and aches, you should look no further. After a smoke, you will realize Pineapple Express is calming and stimulating at the same time. Not only will it heighten all your senses but you will feel energized all the while observing an increase in focus, awareness, and creativity.
What is Shatter? Shatter is an extract, which is a type of cannabis concentrate that’s produced using a combination of weed plant materials and solvents. The appearance of shatter weed is typically translucent, though its coloring can range from bright honeylike amber to a darker yellow shade like olive oil.
How to consume Shatter? Shatter can be dabbed, but not all dabs are considered to be shattered. Referred to as “dabbing,” this popular method involves a small water pipe called a rig with a flat bowl, and a “nail,” which is designed to tolerate high temperatures. In this case, the consumer would be dabbing shatter, but other forms of concentrates can also be considered as dabs.
How to store Shatter? Ideally shatters are best stored in the fridge (avoid deep freezers). With time and moisture in the air, the shatter may turn into a wax, butter-like consistency. This doesn’t mean the shatter has gone bad, it is a natural evolution of the product over time.
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