Papaya Punch

Papaya Punch

(Purple Punch x Papaya)

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Papaya Punch is a cross of Purple Punch and Papaya. The flavor and aroma have a tropical feel to them, and the high is warm and energetic. Papaya Punch produces large, fluffy, trichome covered buds that are light green with specks of orange. Papaya Punch’s total THC content is, on average, 22%. Its terpene profile supports the strain’s uplifting flavors and effects. Its most prevalent terpene is Limonene, which is responsible for Papaya Punch’s strong citrus notes, and mood-enhancing effects. Limonene quickly absorbs into the bloodstream via inhalation and oral ingestion. Multiple avenues of easy absorption give Limonene the ability to rapidly affect cellular action, having power against anxious behaviors, depression, gastric disorders, carcinogens, cellular oxidation, fungi, and bacteria. Another significant terpene, Caryophyllene, is also very active in the body. Caryophyllene can directly affect our endocannabinoid receptors that deal with pain, inflammation, anxiety, and gastrointestinal function. Caryophyllene is naturally found in cloves, black pepper, basil, and oregano, and provides the citrusy spice to Papaya Punch’s flavor and aroma. Unlike most of our other strains, Papaya Punch has high levels of the terpene Bisabolol. Besides cannabis, German Chamomile and the Brazilian Candeia tree also contain Bisabolol. It produces a delicately sweet, floral aroma, much like apples and honey. Bisabolol has traditionally been an ingredient in cosmetics and topical products for its ability to increase skin permeability, allowing for the absorption of other solutions. Smoking Papaya Punch can feel like a mini tropical vacation for the mind and mouth.

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