Koko Puffs is a gorgeous trichome covered cross of Kimbo Kush and Triple OG. Koko Puffs has an earthy flavor and aroma, highlighted with delicate hints of chocolate. It has a lower THC content than many of our strains, 17%, and low levels of Myrcene, the terpene known to increase THC's potency. These phytochemical details mean Koko Puffs tends to be less psychoactive than other strains; however, its real value lies in its esthetics and therapeutic potential. The strain produces fluffy, dense, and round, trichome covered buds, with light green and deep purple hues. Koko Puffs' most abundant terpene is Caryophyllene, which provides a sweet and spicy element, like dry wood, to the flavor and aroma. Caryophyllene has vast therapeutic potential through its ability to be directly active at our internal CB2 cannabinoid receptors to target pain, inflammation, anxiety, and depression. Caryophyllene is also known to have gastroprotective value in its ability to support the mucus layer in the stomach without affecting stomach acid production. Another, less prevalent, terpene found in Koko Puffs is Limonene. Limonene has a citrusy aroma, as observed in citrus rinds, juniper, and spearmint. It has the potential to interact with the gastrointestinal system, supporting its digestive function by neutralizing gastric acid overproduction. Studies show Limonene can be a powerful antioxidant, antibacterial, antifungal, antidepressant, and anti-stress agent. Koko Puffs could be an excellent strain for times when the therapeutic potential of cannabis is needed, but a powerful high is not.

Total THC: 17%

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