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Xetra

Cake City

10g
High THC CBD THC Indica Dominant

Flower

Cake City

THC 23%

CBD <1%

Category 5
Schedule 8
Finished Product
In Stock
Updated: 30/05/24
$160 RRP
$16.00 g / $0.06 mg

Xetra Cake City is an indica leaning cultivar of the same name which contains 23% w/w THC, >1% CBG and <1% w/w CBD.

Effects: Cake City strongly assists with being less aware of pain as well as providing a relaxed, happy and sleepy effect.

Smell and Taste: Candy, Musk, Gas

Grown: Cake City is grown indoors using soilless hydroponics and artificial light to create a high quality and efficacious output. It is grown 100% organic inputs, freeze cured and hand trimmed with the highest level of detail to retain the full properties of the flower.

Sponsor in Australia: Entoura Pty Ltd

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