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Trichome Tribune -Cannabis-Infused Pumpkin Pie Fudge recipe, and the new types of Cannabis flowers!

Volume 1 | Issue 15 | 11-29-2019

Happy Black Friday! We will have dozens of items on sale all day long, so stop on in! If you can’t make it in today, no need to worry, we will also be running online sales for Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday. Get everything you need to stuff the stockings on your list! If you like to give gifts made from your own heart, check out our Cannabis-infused Pumpkin Pie Fudge recipe!


Dec 8 | 8 am – 6 pm

Christmas Eve | 8 am – 4 pm

Christmas Day | Closed

New Years Eve | 8 am – 8 pm

New Years Day | 12 am – 11 pm

Cannabis-infused Pumpkin Pie Fudge

These pumpkin pie fudge bites are the perfect addition for your next holiday gathering. With a graham cracker crust and pecan topping it’s a sure to be a crowd pleaser. 

Type I, II, & III Flowers

Everyone is familiar with Indica, Sativa, and Hybrid classifications when it comes to cannabis flowers. However, with all the strains and combinations out there, these classifications are becoming a little outdated. With full-spectrum lab reports, we can now break each flower down with more accuracy. Here are descriptions of the three types of flowers. 

Type I – THC-dominant with a concentration of >0.3% and CBD content of <0.5%. These are the main types of flowers in the market today. 

Type II – a mixed ratio profile with CBD and THC in varying moderate concentrations, almost always presenting as CBD-forward. It offers less intoxication but more therapeutic benefits. It is not as available on the market today but is likely to take the lead in the future as people seek more balance within their consumption.

Type III – CBD-dominant with a low THC content that provides little to no intoxication. Often referred to as hemp, these fowers have less the .03% THC and are referred to as non-intoxicating.

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