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23 Lowell Cherry Lemon Who Littles

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Aroma: With a scent made up of hints of apples, cherries, and subtle tinges of gas, Cherry Lemon Who is a pure delight for the senses, especially the sense of smell -- Flavor: While the nose on Cherry Lemon Who is certainly a show-stopper, its delicious flavor can’t be overlooked. While quite similar to its aroma, its underlying hints of kushyness mixed with that fresh fruity flavor elevates its taste to lip-smacking levels. -- Effect: The hallmark of this strain is its distinctive, balanced Hybrid effects. Experience waves of soothing relaxation while still feeling uplifted and invigorated. -- Terpenes: Beta Caryophyllene, Limonene, Humulene, Bisbalolol, Pinene, Gauiol -- Genetics: Cherry Punch x Lemon Who -- At Lowell, we believe great flower comes in all shapes and sizes, and our Lowell Littles are a true representation of that. Every single bud coming out of our farm, both big and small, represents the best California flower that money can buy. Our Littles, like all our flower, are hand-picked and hand-trimmed to perfection, ensuring that even our smallest buds make a big impact.

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About the Brand

Lowell Herb Co. has elevated the perception of cannabis consumption with its sophisticated packaging and best-selling products. Based in California, Lowell Herb Co.'s ethos is reflected through its instantly recognizable bull logo that pays homage to the fight against cannabis prohibition. The Lowell Herb Co. story dates back to the spring of 1909, William "Bull" Lowell began growing what was called Indian Hemp on his farm on the central coast of California. Henry J. Finger took a dislike to Bull's "marijuana being smoked by the wrong kinds of people". Finger conspired to outlaw cannabis and later passed the 1913 Poison Act. Bull believed in a man's right to smoke the dried plant and enjoy its benefits. When the stubborn Bull refused to stop growing his beloved plant, Finger shut down Bull's farm and later threw him in jail.

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