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Wedding Crasher Top Shelf THCA

Wedding Crasher Top Shelf THCA

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THCA - 21.3%

Total Cannabinoids – 22.77%

Introducing the enchanting Wedding Crasher Strain, a true connoisseur's delight that's poised to steal your heart. Upon inhale, you're greeted with a sweet, earthy bouquet, followed by a delightful burst of grape and vanilla dessert-like notes. The flavor of Wedding Crasher is nothing short of a celebration for your taste buds. This strain is the ultimate party guest for your smoking collection, sneaking into your senses with style and grace - it knows how to crash the scene while keeping things mellow and enjoyable. Whether you're celebrating life's special moments or seeking relief from the daily grind, this strain is your invitation to a world of exquisite flavors, delightful aromas, and a relaxing high. Say "I do" to Wedding Crasher, and let the love affair with this exceptional strain begin!

Top Terpenes:

  • Caryophyllene to ease stress
  • Limonene for an uplifting mental shift
  • Myrcene for physical relaxation


THCA is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid naturally found in the cannabis plant. THCA is the “precursor” to  traditional THC and converts into THC when heat is applied in a process called “decarboxylation”. The decarb process occurs at an estimated 64 degrees fahrenheit and would convert THCA into THC. Because of this unstable acidic form, it’s recommended and practiced that THCA products are stored in a temperature controlled environment to maintain its structure. Effects of THCA when consumed can be comparable to those of THC, with notable shorter lasting and less psychoactive effects overall.

The legality of THCA in a non-regulated state has led to some discussions that local lawyer, Rod Kight, describes in his blog. In short, the DEA has verified that there is a distinct difference in THCA and Delta-9 THC. Since THCA in its raw form contains no Delta-9 THC, it would be lawfully protected by the 2018 Farm Bill which federally legalizes Hemp products. Plants producing high THCA content must also comply with federal policy that provides hemp products must not exceed 0.03% Delta-9 THC. To read more on THC content testing and North Carolina Hemp policy, be sure to check out more articles on Rod Kight’s site.

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