"A sativa-dominant hybrid of Lemon Skunk and Super Silver Haze and two time Cannabis Cup winner from Green House Seeds. Super Lemon Haze is a kief-caked multi-colored wonder. As the name states this strain has real lemony characteristics. The smell is zesty, citrusy, and a little sweet. As for the taste, it's everything one would expect from the namesake; tart and sweet like lemonheads candy - not quite as sharp as one might expect. The effects are uniquely energetic and lively, may not be the best strain for those of us that are naturally wound-up tight."(LEAFLY.COM)
ter·peneˈtərpēn/nounChemistrynoun: terpene; plural noun: terpenesany of a large group of volatile unsaturated hydrocarbons found in the essential oils of plants, especially conifers and citrus trees. They are based on a cyclic molecule having the formula C10H16
Some products list their mass by kg (kilogram), milligram (mg), and some by gram (g). When you see this, remember:
1000 mg = 1 g
1 g = 1/1000th kg
Same goes for volume. You'll find yourself running into measurements using microliters (uL), milliliters (mL), and some by Liters (L). For volume, remember these conversions:
1000 mL = 1 uL
1 mL = 1/1000 L
When determining how many grams or milliliters of a terpene to add to your oil (when measuring your oil in grams) to reach a certain percentage, remember:
1 g of oil + .0105 g of terpenes (or .0126 mL) = 1%
1000 g of oil + 111.5 of terpenes (or 133.8 mL) = 10%
And if you're trying to determine how many grams are in something that's measured in milliliters, remember:
.5 mL = .415 g
30 mL = 25 g
1 gallon = 3785 mL = 3215 g
Using these conversions will help you determine how much to use of your diluents and carriers. It will take a bit of Algebra (i know...sigh) but once you have your measurements figured out, you'll be good to go!
ALL OF OUR TERPENES ARE LAB GRADE AND SHOULD NEVER BE USED WITHOUT DILUTING 0.5-13% RATIO OF VOLUME.
We do not recommend inhaling anything but oxygen. However, we are aware our products are used to enhance CBD/THC distillate. With that said, we recommend starting at a very low percent and adding to desired strength.