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Carolinabis Hawaiian Haze

Hawaiian Haze®

With notes of tropical flowers, citrus and a bit of sour, its the uplifting yet relaxing smoke you need for today’s stressful life.

Carolinabis Lifter

Lifter®

As the name suggests, this frosty, trichome covered hemp flower is the “lifter” you may need to achieve a better sense of well-being.

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White CBG®

The Mother of All Cannabinoids is CBG!! The benefits of this flower are immense and we are happy to be able to grow such a beneficial plant!

Grown Indoors Hydroponically

Indoor Hydroponics means a cleaner, safer harvest with a stronger yield. Because we grow indoors in a controlled environment, temperature and lighting is regulated and scheduled to improve plant production. Hydroponic systems are closed and recycle water not used by plants.

Even soil not treated with pesticides and other dangerous chemicals can have microbials and fungus that will affect the quality of the harvest. These microbes can affect your health. We have a completely clean, indoor environment free from pesticides where all of our plants are grown in porous clay stones. After each harvest these stones are destroyed and new stone is used. We do this to ensure the safest hemp product for you.

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It’s Not Magic...
It’s Science.

Cannabinoids, which are chemical compounds that naturally occur in the resin of the Cannabis Plant, they also occur naturally in the human body. We are full of many complex systems. Among them is the ECS (endogenous cannabinoid system) that is a complex cell-signaling system in charge of homeostasis within the body. Endogenous cannabinoid receptors are receptors that are spread all over the human body. Endogenous cannabinoids “insert” themselves in those receptors.

Unlocking the secrets of Hemp.

The cannabis plant produces a variety of different chemical compounds that interact with our body and thus produce the different effects one experiences. The cannabis plant has thousands of years of documented use and not a single death caused by an overdose of cannabis has ever been reported. It’s important to understand the botany around this healing plant.

Trichomes hold the magic. They’re resin-filled glands that grow on cannabis flowers. They stick, they taste bitter, and they’re sticky, so they discourage animals and insects from eating them. Trichomes produce the cannabinoids like THC, CBD, and at least 120 others. Trichomes also produce terpenes. Terpenes are responsible for that familiar fragrance, like a Pink Floyd concert. Cannabinoids and Terpenes are what produce effects you’re familiar with.

Selecting breeding has enhanced the active ingredients in the cannabis flower by a factor of five since 2009. We hand-trim all of our harvested buds as opposed to machine trimmed. The trichomes and terpenes at the heart of the flower are fragile and must be dried slowly to maintain optimum potency.

The leaves, although pretty actually contain very little THC. Those serrated, seven-pointed leaves are actually the power station of the plant. The leaves take energy from the sun and directs its to the “sugar” leaves that encapsulate the flower buds. As we’ve discussed above, the buds are where the sticky, bitter medicines are generated.

That familiar sweet, thick, sticky smell; terpenes. Terpenes affect the flavor and aroma of a cannabis plant. If you’re familiar with that fragrance, we know you have an opinion about it. You like it… or you really, really don’t. This is where researchers are starting to investigate for the next modern-day therapeutic compounds. Limonene, a lemony-smelling terpene is getting credited with feelings of alertness and stress relief. Where pinene, a pine-smelling terpene is being accredited with aiding with anxiety and physical pain relief. As science unlocks the secrets of the over 500 potentially active ingredients in the cannabis bud, there’s only more to explore and more to do.

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Unlocking the secrets of Hemp.

The cannabis plant produces a variety of different chemical compounds that interact with our body and thus produce the different effects one experiences. The cannabis plant has thousands of years of documented use and not a single death caused by an overdose of cannabis has ever been reported. It’s important to understand the botany around this healing plant.

Just like in real life, the ladies are in charge when it comes to harvesting cannabis. The female plants are aggressively producing the flowers known for their effects on humans. Controlling the environmental conditions like light, heat, and moisture by growing indoors ensures the optimal mother plant. Then through root-cutting, we will produce genetically identical female clone plants. In approximately six months we’ll be ready to harvest a genetically superior strain of cannabis.

Now we’re getting to the root of our story. The roots of our plant are the most important part of a successful and healthy harvest. Cannabis sativa and hemp are bioremediators. A bioremediator will absorb heavy metals and toxins from the soil through the roots and sequester it in leaves and stems. Be careful how you source your cannabis or hemp product. Recklessly grown plants draw in toxins like herbicides and fungicides. That’s not the only dangers though. Even plants grown in soil without using pesticides are still potentially drawing dangers in. “Clean” soil can still have insect eggs, dangerous mold spores, bacteria and other microbial dangers that you probably shouldn't put into your body. Understanding that pesticide-free growing practices are essential, but we take it a step further and grow our cannabis plants in porous lava rocks. Lava rocks allow a healthy plant to grow successfully, but won't allow microbes to build a home. A safe, clean, and pure solution.

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CBD and Cannabinoid Receptors – How Cannabis Could Help You

The relationship between CBD and cannabinoid receptors explains how cannabis could help some people. Learn about using CBD for stress, pain, and more.

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A Brave
Green World.

The world is evolving, and as it does so do we. We are looking past our prejudices and misconceptions trying to find the truth. Collectively we are accepting that cannabis sativa, a plant with an 8,000-year-old history as a healer and a helper, found referenced on the walls of the tombs of Pharaoh, can improve the quality of our lives. CBD, the second most famous cannabinoid won’t get you high. Studies show it helps people cope with pain, anxiety, and stress.

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