Loooove that strain. I had bliss cake and was meh. But this and ice cream cake were fire.
Not a big distillate fan either. Tends to burn my throat at the end of a cart. But I will normally indulge in a terrapin because they know anything over 40 for distillate is ridiculous.
It’s a Puffco Vision Plus minus the chamber. I use it for carts on the blue setting. I think it tastes nice and the look plus the battery last way longer than with the chamber twisted on
I’m so glad you posted this! I’m going to The Healing Center later today and I was thinking about getting this. I usually only smoke LLR, but I’ve tried Terrapin carts before and I always liked the way they made me feel. Plus, that price is right!
Hey y'all, don't know why anyone needs to be told this but you should not be leaving your children in the car while you run into the dispensary. I got out of my car today to head in and a younger guy ran out to his car where his two super young children were crying. I'm talking like probably 3-5 and they were distressed.
Legally, under the age of 6 in the state of PA is illegal. Did my parents do it to me while I was a kid? Absolutely! Do I think it's the biggest deal in the world to run into a store? No. But it looks really bad when you come out with your dispensary bag and your kids are in full blown meltdown, alone.
EDIT TAKE YOUR KIDS IN, THEY WOULD RATHER THAT THAN LEAVE THEM ALONE IN THE CAR
So after reading the post earlier about the moldy bud I decided to reach out to whole plants and see what they had to say on the matter. My initial email I politely asked them to explain their protocol regarding a bad batch of flower and if they would have to remove it from shelves. I also asked if they had been informed of mold issues on Vanilla kush specifically and if they had removed any batches due to mold, here is their response....
Did you use Light Chromatography or Gas Chromatography to confirm the presence of mold?
The PA Department of Health has set the limit of CFUs (Colony Forming Units) at 10,000 per gram. In many other states, the limit is is 100,000 CFUs. All bio mass is required to be tested for mold and other contaminants immediately after harvest, and then again after packing, and the dates of testing are on the label. Whole Plants has not sold any products that have failed testing. Since Grower/Processors download the testing information into the label directly from the testing lab, it would be impossible for a grower/processor to even print a label for a batch that failed testing.
The instructions on the warning label advise to keep the dry leaf product in a cool dry place. If a consumer did not follow these instructions, it is possible for any organic product to grow mold, such as bread or cheese often does. This does not mean the product had mold at the time it was sold.
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