The marijuana strain entirely tasted enjoy lemons & limes & I assumed there must have been terpenes in the plant that had a citrus taste & smell.
My friends & I went to the marijuana dispensary on Sunday; Sunday is the one morning while the two of us were in the month when all of the marijuana products are on sale. I was going to purchase some marijuana concentrates while the two of us were in the morning of the sale. The budtender told me about a brand current product which was an infused marijuana strain. I had never seen infused marijuana in the past. I guess they put infused marijuana & pre-rolls, but this was the first time seeing infused marijuana on a whole plant bud. The dispensary had more than one sativas, more than one indicas, & more than one hybrid strains. I decided to choose an Indica. I chose a strain that was 44% THC. When my friends & I got back from the marijuana dispensary, I instantly decided to open the Indica strain. It smelled legitimately fruity & flavorful. The marijuana flower smells enjoy lemons & limes! My friends & I had multiple hits from a bowl. The taste of the marijuana was just as nice as the smell. The marijuana strain entirely tasted enjoy lemons & limes & I assumed there must have been terpenes in the plant that had a citrus taste & smell. Terpenes & flavonoids are the real reason why so many marijuana products taste & smell differently. If you can enhance the taste of the marijuana flower by using terpenes, then you can sell the marijuana products for a significantly higher amount of money. I purchased the product because it was brand new, despite the fact that I would entirely buy it again if it was on the sale shelf.