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New Flower in Stock: Lemon Royale, Orange Cookies, and Tropic Thunder Strains

New arrivals this morning at dispensary in Lee’s Summit, MO!

From Lemon Royale to Orange Cookies – drop by today for fresh strains.

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Strain Lemon Royale: Lemon Tree x GMO/Triangle Kush.

“Relaxing, and mentally uplifting. Lemon Royale won’t cloud your thoughts, it’s not terminally heavy, and the body effect is just right. The flavor of this strain is very nice with a lemony, tart aftertaste. It also has a mild fuel flavor passed on by the GMO/TK.
Lemon, also called Lemon OG, was created by the team at DNA Genetics. The strain combines a Las Vegas-raised Lemon Skunk with the OG #18 phenotype of OG Kush. True to its name, Lemon features overpowering citrus notes with a distinct lemon flavor thanks to its higher percentage of limonene terpenes.”

Strain Orange Cookies

“While orange juice and cookies sound like an odd combination, the breeders at Franchise Genetics decided to try their luck on crossing the sweet Orange Juice strain with the THC-laden GSC (formerly known as Girl Scout Cookies). Thus, Orange Cookies first began pleasing consumers with its reported citrusy sweet aroma, due to a high limonene content, and matching sugary flavors.
True Orange Cookies seeds are a rare find. If breeders manage to get their hands on an Orange Cookies clone, the short and stocky plant does best in an indoor environment.”

Strain Tropic Thunder

“Tropic Thunder is a cultivar of mysterious origins thought to be a descendant of the Maui Wowie landrace strain. The name likely stems from its tropical flavors and the well-known movie of the same name.
The top reported aromas of Tropic Thunder are exotic fruit, flowers, and bitter herbs. It is said to taste like fruit punch and bitters.
Tropic Thunder’s cultivation information remains a mystery, due to the unknown origin of its genetics. The cultivar is likely sativa-characteristic, stretching tall with long, thin fan leaves. Tropic Thunder most likely has an extended flowering period of 70 days in indoor gardens and may require some pruning to manage its height.”


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