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MedCan Australia

MedCan SC01-V

1g
High THC THC Indica Dominant

Vapes

Full

Strawberry Cake

THC 800mg/g

CBD 0mg/g

Category 5
Schedule 8
Finished Product
In Stock
Updated: 09/02/24
$109 RRP
$0.136 mg

MEDCAN SC01-V - is a THC indica dominant full spectrum medical cannabis vape in a 1g 510 thread cartridge.

SC01 aka Strawberry Cake, commonly known as `Strawberry Cheesecake,” is an indica dominant hybrid cultivar (75% indica/25% sativa) with a lineage of Chronic X White Widow X Cheese strains.

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Based on 4 reviews

Top reported conditions % say it helps
Insomnia 100%
Anxiety 100%

Top reported effects

  1. Tired/Sleepy
  2. Calming
  3. Relaxed
  4. Hungry
  5. Focused

Top reported flavours/scents

Flowery
Cheese
Earthy
Nutty
Pungent
Information above is compiled from real patient reviews - it is not to be taken as medical advice. Cannabis may have side effects or interactions with other medications. Medical Cannabis is not effective for everyone and more research is needed. Please consult a health professional for advice.
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