This Flower is Total THC and is Fully Compliant with the Federal Farm Bill. RECREATIONALLY LEGAL! (make sure to check your applicable state laws).
“What is THCa Flower? THCa flower refers to cannabis buds marketed as hemp. These buds are intended for smoking or vaping. They contain high concentrations of tetrahydrocannabinolic acid (THCa) and low concentrations of D9. Specifically, their D9 levels do not exceed 0.3% by dry weight. For example, I recently viewed a certificate of analysis (COA) of THCa flower that showed 25% THCa and 0.18% D9. This is remarkable for a few reasons. Despite that this flower is federally lawful hemp, smoking it will get you very high. In fact, this “total THC” profile is very much in line with cannabis flower sold in regulated marijuana markets. This is because the advertised “THC” values for flower in regulated marijuana markets is almost always “total THC”, meaning the sum of D9 plus 87.7% of the THCa. This is technically written as: THCa(%wt.)× 0.877+∆9THC(%wt.) (Note that this well-used formula may be flawed, at least with respect to finished products, an issue that does not impact the analysis in this article but which may ultimately impact the industry at large.)
Recently, I reviewed a COA for a sample of Durban Poison, one of the most popular marijuana strains. It is typically advertised as having THC concentrations between 15%-25%. The THC concentrations in the Durban Poison COA I viewed were 20.67%, right in line with what would be expected for this strain. Of that total amount of THC, the D9 level was only 1.24%. The rest of the THC was in the form of THCa, which registered at 22.15%. This profile is typical for marijuana flower. “THC” that is advertised in marijuana almost always refers to total THC, of which THCa is usually found in the highest concentrations. Although THCa does not have an intoxicating effect when ingested, the reason this total THC profile is acceptable to marijuana smokers is that THCa converts to D9 when heated in a chemical process called decarboxylation. Smoking or vaping creates sufficient heat to convert some of the THCa to D9.
In summary, THCa hemp flower is no different from marijuana flower currently sold in medical and recreational marijuana dispensaries in states with regulated marijuana markets.” (https://cannabusiness.law/thca-flower-the-next-big-thing-in-hempland/)
Pineapple Tart Spicoli is an indica-dominant cannabis strain bred by Uncle Dad Vibes, made from a genetic cross between Pineapple Tart x London Pound Kush Mint, and distributed by Phinest Cannabis. Pineapple Tart Spicoli produces a cheesy, tropical, minty, and earthy palate of aromas and flavors, with tall plants that grow icy green buds with eggplant-colored accents.
All products are Federally Legal, containing <.3% Delta 9.