Lifter Strain CBD hemp flower which has truly lived to its name. This delicious, CBD-rich hemp flower will lift the spirits, giving way for relaxation that you so much deserve on a lazy afternoon.
Named after the iconic tomato cultivator, Mortgage Lifter, our flower is grown in indoor environments, using the best organic practices in the rich Colorado Springs soil. Its skunky and yet sweet aroma is probably the first thing that you will notice after coming across this flower for the first time. Its sweet taste reminds you of tropical fruits with a hint of earthy overtones and blueberries.
All these features can be credited to its rich and robust cannabinoid profile. There are so many good things to say about the Lifter CBD hemp flower strain. However, don’t just take my word for it. Read this very informative and sincere review and you be the judge!
Genetics: Suver Haze #50 x Early Resin Berry (ERB)
The bud is green in color with brown undertones. It also boasts high trichomes production which gives it a frosty look. The buds are very long, with a wisp-like appearance. On a closer look, the buds may look as if they have been vertically stretched.
Lifter Taste & Smell
It comes with a dominantly earthy aroma with fruity undertones that comes from the plant’s genetic profile. The woody and sweet smell make it very pleasant to sniff. Just like its smell, the Lifter is excellent on the taste buds. It is earthy, resembles a tropical fruit with a hint of blueberries. Smoking or vaping this flower leaves behind a natural, unique and sweet taste of grass, wood or bark.
Lifter CBD and THC Content
Lifter flower won’t get you high or get you into the wrong side of the law. The Lifter CBD hemp flower has less than 0.3% THC (the psychoactive compound in the cannabis plant)
On the other hand, it contains more than 12% CBD or Cannabidiol.
By now, you must be wondering, what about the more than 80% which is not accounted for? Well, the Lifter CBD hemp flower strain boasts a versatile cannabinoid profile. Other cannabinoids include CBC, CBCA, and CBGA, etc. All these work together to bring about what is popularly known as the ‘entourage’ effect.
Lifter Terpene Profile
- Geranyl Acetate