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500 mg Gummy by Natures Harvest – Full Spectrum 10 pack for $100

$25.00

377 in stock

Bulk deal
Quantity Fixed price
1 $25.00
2 - 3 $20.00
4 - 9 $15.00
10 - 24 $10.00
25 + $8.80
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Gummy Candy 500 mg Per Pack / 2 per pack – 250 mg per Gummy Leaf – Nature’s Harvest —- 1 for $25.00 – 2 for $40 ($20 each) – 4 for $60 ($15 each) – 10 for $100 ($100 each) – 25 for $220 ($9 each) ………… You get the full benefits of the Cannabis plant with these full spectrum gummies. This is by far the best bang for your buck………………………..  A cannabis concentrate produced that preserves the full cannabinoid and terpene contents of the raw cannabis plant. The goal of a full spectrum extract is to maintain the complex range of desirable compounds in a cannabis plant without altering them through decarboxylation or oxidation. Full Spectrum Cannabis Oil (FSCO) and Full Extract Cannabis Oil (FECO) are common designations synonymous with full spectrum extract. Popular extracts that may be considered full spectrum include sauce, live resin, High Terpene Full Spectrum Extract (HTFSE), and High Cannabinoid Full Spectrum Extract (HCFSE). “Do you know if this sauce is a full spectrum extract?” “If you’re looking for better cannabis flavor, try this High Terpene Full Spectrum Extract.” More about Full Spectrum Extracts What exactly does Full Spectrum mean? In its raw form, each cannabis cultivar has its own unique cannabinoid and terpene profile that, among other compounds, contribute to their therapeutic effects. These compounds are created within the plant’s lipid and fat-based trichomes. Full spectrum extracts are a type of cannabis concentrate that aim to capture all of the therapeutic compounds of the raw cannabis plant at the moment that it was processed, without the lipids and fats that hold those compounds together but do not have medicinal benefits. In a cannabis context, the term spectrum is used to describe the range of compounds produced by the plant’s trichome glands that can potentially produce therapeutic effects. In other words, the full spectrum means the full range of compounds that are produced within the trichome gland. The goal of a full spectrum extract is to capture all of the available compounds from the trichomes without altering them, leaving behind the undesirable fats, waxes, and lipids that hold the desirable compounds together. The cannabis plant can produce more than 400 compounds. Aside from the well-known cannabinoids (THC, CBD, THCA, etc.) and terpenes, cannabis plants produce a wide range of compounds that may potentially have therapeutic uses. These therapeutic compounds include proteins, phenols, esters, and unique flavonoids. A full spectrum extract seeks to capture and retain each of these compounds for human consumption. Each cultivar, or cultivated variety of the cannabis plant, produces a unique chemical profile — the production and expression of which is greatly influenced by environment. Terpene content is strongly inherited, for example, while the total terpene yield per weight of plant tissue is much more dependent on environmental factors. Each unique chemical profile makes up the unique spectrum offered by a given cultivar. That’s why it’s possible for two plants of the same cultivar to have differing chemical profiles, especially when subjected to different environmental stresses during cultivation.  One of the most important features of a full spectrum extract is that it preserves the nature of the extracted compounds. The acidic forms of cannabinoids found in the plant (THCA, CBDA, CBGA) are not decarboxylated in the process. Decarboxylation is when a compound loses carbon atoms and releases carbon dioxide, either by heat or prolonged overexposure to environmental stress. THCA, for example, does not produce intoxicating effects until it is decarboxylated into the active compound THC. Acidic cannabinoids may decarboxylate into neutral forms on their own, however, depending on the conditions of drying and storage processes. Acidic cannabinoids may offer therapeutic benefits that differ from that of their neutral counterparts, so users may not want to use extracts that have been decarboxylated.    Full spectrum extracts preserve cannabinoids in their acidic form.

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