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D*GG LBS

LLDI01 (LODI DODI OG)

10g
High THC CBD THC Sativa Dominant

Flower

THC 28%

CBD <1%

Category 5
Schedule 8
Finished Product
In Stock
Updated: 08/07/24
$149 RRP
$14.9 g / $0.053 mg

D*GG LBS LLDI01 THC 28% is a new medicinal dried flower cannabis product, cultivated with the highest standards of quality and care. 

This GMP-certified product is a Cannabis sativa dominant hybrid, with an impressive 28% THC content. Its most dominant terpene, beta-Caryophyllene, synergistically provides a range of therapeutic benefits, including anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antibacterial, and antioxidant properties, making it ideal for relieving anxiety and pain, reducing cholesterol, preventing osteoporosis, and managing seizures. 

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