Light Saber is an indica as powerful as the iconic Star Wars weapon it’s named after. At 26.2% THC and only 1.1% CBD, this makes it one of the most potent strains on the market. The flavor, however, may not be for everyone. Black licorice appears to be the dominant aroma, followed by sweet and citrusy undertones.Chemical Formula of Product:
26.2% THC + 1.1% CBDBenefits of product:
- Shown to be effective against epilepsy, in addition to antibacterial, antidepressant and anti-anxiety properties.
- Effective as an anti-inflammatory, antidepressant, analgesic, anti-anxiety, cancer inhibitor and even reduces alcohol cravings in addicts.
-Also acts as an anti-inflammatory, bronchiodialator, memory aid and neural stimulant (improves alertness).
Being an indica, Light Saber produces a relaxing buzz that still allows users to function, both physically and mentally. It does have some sedative effects, but they’re not nearly as strong as what people get from a sativa.
Euphoria and relaxation are the primary effects. Mood-enhancement is also a well-known benefit with Light Saber. One thing to watch out for is that this strain can really create a bad case of “the munchies,” so it might be prudent to have some food on hand.
• Humulene – A terpene known for its spicy, wood-like undertones. Unlike many terpenes, this one actually is known to suppress appetite, rather than stimulate it. This terpene is also known for its anti-cancer, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial effects.
• B-Caryophyllene – Spicy terpene resembling the taste of black pepper. Effective as an anti-inflammatory, antidepressant, analgesic, anti-anxiety, cancer inhibitor and even reduces alcohol cravings in addicts.
• A-Pinene – Terpene responsible for adding a pine-like aroma to cannabis (and other plants). Also acts as an anti-inflammatory, bronchiodialator, memory aid and neural stimulant (improves alertness).
• Myrcene – A fragrant terpene responsible for giving the product an herb-like scent.
• Terpinolene – A terpene that generates a floral, pine-like or citrusy aroma with anti-cancer, antioxidant, antibacterial, sedative and antifungal properties.
• Limonene – Creates a citrusy flavor and offers benefits as an antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, ant-cancer and enhances metabolism.
• Linalool – Known for its mildly spicy, lavender aroma. Shown to be effective against epilepsy, in addition to antibacterial, antidepressant and anti-anxiety properties.
• Proprietary methods (vary based on strain)
• Only obtain inventory from environmentally friendly, organic, sustainable suppliers
Side effects are always a concern with Light Saber (or any strain). Be vigilant for:
• Altered awareness (“spacing out”)
Origin of product: Washington by Exotic Genetix
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In 2727 B.C.E., China discovered the medicinal benefits of marijuana (not to be confused with hemp, which contains only trace amounts of THC).
In 430 B.C.E., cannabis spread to Europe and was used both as a medical tool and for industrial purposes (hemp). Cannabis oils and extracts reached their peak in 19th century North America, being found in a variety of common remedies. Consumers also used the herb for recreational purposes, but this was stopped in 1937 with the Marijuana Tax Act.
A campaign of misinformation led to the eventual prohibition of marijuana, which portrayed it as an evil substance that caused minorities to act erratically and commit violent crimes against white people. It culminated in the (failed) “War on Drugs,” which has achieved nothing other than the loss of billions of dollars in wasted police resources and the imprisonment of non-violent offenders.
Light Saber is a cross between Starfighter and Predator Pink. Invented in Washington by Exotic Genetix, this strain is growing in popularity and can be purchased across a variety of retailers.
The Walla Walla Cannabis Company has been selling marijuana in Washington since 2014. Their commitment to pure, quality products has earned them accolades from consumers and notable publications, such as Leafly.