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Kanna Blended Disposables

Kanna Blended Disposables

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If you enjoy Delta 8 but you feel like you need something a bit stronger, this new blended disposable collection is your new favorite spot to hang out! Now offering a daytime and nighttime option, these disposables will lift you up and engulf you in euphoria.

Blue Dream  D8/HHCP/THCP Daytime Blend

Blue Dream is a hybrid strain that produces a balanced high that is equally uplifting and relaxing - a great smoke for socializing or getting into a creative zone. Feel a euphoric buzz from head to toe and fall into a dreamy state of mind.

The flavor of Blue Dream is similar to a fresh blueberry muffin, with hints of vanilla or creaminess and a subtle spiciness that adds complexity to the flavor. The primary terpenes in the Blue Dream strain are myrcene, pinene, and caryophyllene:

  • Myrcene is a terpene commonly found in many strains of cannabis, as well as in mangoes, hops, and other plants. It has a musky, earthy aroma and is believed to have sedative, relaxing effects. Myrcene may also have anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties.
  • Pinene is a terpene that is commonly found in coniferous trees and many strains of cannabis. It has a sharp, piney aroma and is believed to have energizing and uplifting effects. Pinene may also have anti-inflammatory and bronchodilatory properties.
  • Caryophyllene is a spicy terpene that is found in many herbs and spices, including black pepper, cloves, and cinnamon. It has a warm, peppery aroma and is believed to have anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects. Caryophyllene may also have potential to help alleviate symptoms of anxiety and depression.


The New D8/THCP/THCH/CBN Nighttime Blend

The New is an indica-dominant hybrid known for its potent effects and pungent aroma. When consumed, The New can produce powerful and long-lasting effects. It may induce feelings of euphoria, happiness, and relaxation, while also providing a burst of energy and creativity.

The New is also known for its potential medicinal benefits, such as reducing symptoms of anxiety, depression, and PTSD. It may also stimulate appetite, making it helpful for those experiencing nausea or loss of appetite. Some of the primary terpenes found in The New include limonene, caryophyllene, and humulene. 

  • Limonene: This terpene has a citrusy aroma and is found in many citrus fruits as well as in cannabis strains like The New. Limonene is believed to have mood-boosting and energizing effects and may also have potential anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties.
  • Caryophyllene: This spicy terpene is found in many herbs and spices, including black pepper and cloves, as well as in certain cannabis strains like The New. Caryophyllene is believed to have anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects, and may also have potential to help alleviate symptoms of anxiety and depression.
  • Humulene: This earthy terpene is found in many plants, including hops and cannabis strains like The New. Humulene is believed to have anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects, and may also act as an appetite suppressant.


Delta-8 THC is one of the more popular, naturally occurring cannabinoids found in the hemp plant. Delta-8 THC is noticeably less potent and less psychoactive than its more commonly known sister, Delta-9 THC. Delta-8 THC is known to be more body-centric in its effects, and less psychoactive. Delta-8 THC is extracted from the Hemp plant making it protected under federal hemp laws, and as of 2022, North Carolina hemp laws. For those questioning whether Delta-8 THC is synthetic, the simple answer is No, as Delta-8 THC is naturally occurring in the hemp plant and is extracted in a similar process one would extract other forms of THC to get a variety of oil based products. While Delta-8 THC is known to be “less potent” it is important users understand that for some, Delta-8 THC may react similarly to other forms of THC. Users should always consult a professional when regarding dosing comparisons of Delta-8 and other variations of THC.

THCP is a naturally occurring cannabinoid, often found in small amounts in the hemp plant. One main benefit of THCP over traditional variations of THC, is that THCP has been proven to bind nearly 30 times better to CB1 receptors than traditional THC, essentially making it nearly 30% more potent.  This highly potent cannabinoid is often found in blends with other cannabinoids and is typically in the lower percentile of those blends (~2% is standard in the current market).  THCP is recommended for those with higher tolerances to THC and/or used in treating chronic pain when standard variations of THC don’t seem to do the job. 

HHC is a synthesized cannabinoid, first created in 1944 by an American chemist, when they added a hydrogen molecule to the Delta-9 THC structure. After this fusion, the molecule was no longer technically “Tetra”hydrocannabinol but rather “hexa”hydrocannabinol. This process of hydrogenation is fairly familiar even outside of the cannabis world, and is used, for example, when turning butter into margarine. The legality of HHC in non-recreational states is similar to those of the other novel cannabinoids. Rather than using traditional Delta-9 THC, (typically) Delta-8 THC is extracted from the hemp plant, and then hydrogenated to achieve HHC. While effects will vary per user, HHC is noted to be more potent and psycho-active than Delta-8 THC, but still less potent than Delta-9 THC. Effects are typically cerebral and stimulating. Users should also take note that while HHC is not technically THC, there isn’t sufficient evidence to prove that HHC would not show up on a drug-screening for THC.

CBN is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid naturally produced in the cannabis plant typically compounded when THC degrades/ ages. CBN, while common in products curated for sleep or issues with insomnia, does not provide a sedative effect alone. When paired with THC, it’s been shown in several cases to enhance the THCs sedative effects. But that’s not to say CBN doesn’t offer a wide array of benefits that could in turn benefit your endocannabinoid system and therefore your sleep cycles. While further research is still essential for CBN, as w by ell as all other cannabinoids, CBN has a wide range of benefits including anti-bacterial, neuroprotectant, a`ppetite stimulation and anti-inflammatory properties.

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