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Get to Know the New Strain on the Block: Champagne Kush (CHM)

Good things take time, as is true with the creation of our newest strain, Champagne Kush.

However, after many trials and taste tests our team finally found the perfect addition to the Bloom Brand family!

Parent Strains: Hash Plant (I), Burmese Kush (H)

Taste: Floral, citrus, sweet.

Characteristics: Champagne Kush (CHM) is an indica-dominant hybrid well known for its smooth taste and euphoric effects. Users can expect to feel both cerebral and body ‘high’ as this strain is reported to aid in relaxation, couped with mood enhancing effects that generally lead to an overall sense of well-being. CHM is an energetic, bubbly hybrid perfect for socializing and celebrating good times.

Best for: Social events and festivals, watching the sunset, relaxing by the beach, camping trips, rocking out at a concert, or lounging in a hammock. Grab your tribe and share the good vibes with this bubbly high!

We love hearing your feedback so let us know what you think of #CHM via Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter.

Cheers!

 

 

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Terp Talk

What are they? 

Terpenes are the aromatic organic hydrocarbons found in many plants and fruits and are responsible for their scent and flavor. Terpenes are what you smell when you hold a bouquet of roses, pick out a christmas tree, peel and eat an orange, or use essential oils. These same compounds are what give each cannabis strain their unique taste and effect. In what is known as the entourage effect, terpenes produce subtle changes in the type of effects one experiences consuming cannabis. These compounds play a crucial role in why vaping Skywalker gives different effects than Maui Wowie.

Why does Bloom reintroduce natural terpenes vs. using cannabis-derived terpenes? 

Cannabis vapes with terpenes either come from two sources; cannabis terpenes (also called cannabis-derived) which are the original terpenes from the plant, and natural terpenes, also known as food-grade terpenes.

It is important to understand that terpenes are extremely unstable compounds that can be easily changed or damaged. During extraction, the applied heat and pressure end up damaging the original terpenes from the plant matter and degrading them from their original taste and effects in a process known as oxidation. Once terpenes are oxidized they no longer represent the original molecule and can never go back to their original form. 

Posted on

Get to Know the New Strain on the Block: Champagne Kush (CHM)

Good things take time, as is true with the creation of our newest strain, Champagne Kush.

However, after many trials and taste tests our team finally found the perfect addition to the Bloom Brand family!

Parent Strains: Hash Plant (I), Burmese Kush (H)

Taste: Floral, citrus, sweet.

Characteristics: Champagne Kush (CHM) is an indica-dominant hybrid well known for its smooth taste and euphoric effects. Users can expect to feel both cerebral and body ‘high’ as this strain is reported to aid in relaxation, couped with mood enhancing effects that generally lead to an overall sense of well-being. CHM is an energetic, bubbly hybrid perfect for socializing and celebrating good times.

Best for: Social events and festivals, watching the sunset, relaxing by the beach, camping trips, rocking out at a concert, or lounging in a hammock. Grab your tribe and share the good vibes with this bubbly high!

We love hearing your feedback so let us know what you think of #CHM via Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter.

Cheers!

 

 

Posted on

Terp Talk

What are they? 

Terpenes are the aromatic organic hydrocarbons found in many plants and fruits and are responsible for their scent and flavor. Terpenes are what you smell when you hold a bouquet of roses, pick out a christmas tree, peel and eat an orange, or use essential oils. These same compounds are what give each cannabis strain their unique taste and effect. In what is known as the entourage effect, terpenes produce subtle changes in the type of effects one experiences consuming cannabis. These compounds play a crucial role in why vaping Skywalker gives different effects than Maui Wowie.

Why does Bloom reintroduce natural terpenes vs. using cannabis-derived terpenes? 

Cannabis vapes with terpenes either come from two sources; cannabis terpenes (also called cannabis-derived) which are the original terpenes from the plant, and natural terpenes, also known as food-grade terpenes.

It is important to understand that terpenes are extremely unstable compounds that can be easily changed or damaged. During extraction, the applied heat and pressure end up damaging the original terpenes from the plant matter and degrading them from their original taste and effects in a process known as oxidation. Once terpenes are oxidized they no longer represent the original molecule and can never go back to their original form.