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Garlic Jam Mixed Live Resin & Diamonds

QTY .5G

This live resin & diamonds concentrate consists of pure CBD Diamonds and Garlic Jam live resin extracted from the award winning Garlic Jam hemp cultivar.

•Musky
•Tangy
•Spice
•Garlic

•Unknown
•Sativa

•Mixed consistency
•No added terpenes
•Hydrocarbon extraction

•CBD: 82.2%
•CBDa: 2.29%
•CBDV: 0.29%
•Delta-9 THC: ND
•THCa: ND

Total CBD: 84.21%
Total THC: ND
Total Cannabinoids: 84.49%

•β-Pinene: 1.8%
•β-Myrcene: 0.7%
•β-Caryophyllene: 0.33%
•α-Pinene: 0.26%
•δ-Limonene: 0.24%
•Terpinolene: 0.18%
•β-Farnesene: 0.17%
•o-Cymene: 0.14%
•trans-Ocimene: 0.14%
•α-Humulene: 0.11%
•Valencene: 0.09%
•Thymol: 0.05%

TOTAL TERPENES: 4.2%

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Customer Reviews

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Keith Wilde (Berlin, US)
CBD-GMO?

Even with type 1 GMO strains, it can either be gas 'n pine or actual garlic/onion/mushroom terps that I have had with one dispensary pheno. As one other reviewer pointed out, this is mostly gas/pine.

Very similar to a (CBD) strain that I tried called 'Garlic Breath', taste and smell fell well within expectations. Should not scare off anyone who is still afraid of garlicy weed. Nicely done!

Thank you!!

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Duke (Jacksonville, US)
Great sauce

Very nice!

Thanks for the review!

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Drew (Plains, US)
Don’t let the name fool you!

This is an awesome concentrate. Took me awhile to try it out because of the name, garlic didn’t sound like a great aroma but I was pleasantly. There isn’t many hints of garlic in the flavor, it’s pretty gassy and piney which I love!

The name is definitely a little misleading, still one of our best sellers though! Thank you for the review!

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Daniel Villacis (Miami, US)

Perfect just as expected they threw in a free terp candys

Thanks for the review!

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Brent
Pleasantly surprised!

I have been wanting something to relax me after work for a few weeks now, in addition I'm looking for some relief of arthritis without the effects of THC. I saw a couple reviews of Sauce Warehouse on youtube and it seemed like people really enjoyed it so I thought I would give it a shot. I had tried a CBD dab products several years ago that was awful, it was akin to smoking chapstick, at least so I imagine. It was only CBD only with none of the other cannabinoids. But Sauce Warehouse is different. For one the flavor is just as good as the terps you'd expect from "regular" dabs. But I also noticed a nice calming effect immediately after smoking. For my first sample I ordered the Garlic Jam and I would definitely purchase it again. They also threw in some complimentary Terp Candies that were super tasty! Much appreciated Sauce Warehouse, I'll definitely recommend you and come back again!

More Info

Garlic Jam is a sativa dominant hemp strain that is known for its high CBDV content and unique flavor profile. It was bred by Tejas Hemp in Texas and won the Texas hemp cup.

One of the key features of the Garlic Jam strain is its high CBDV content. CBDV, or cannabidivarin, is a non-psychoactive compound that is found in hemp and marijuana plants and is similar to CBD. It is believed to have a range of potential benefits and is becoming increasingly popular among CBD users.

In the Garlic Jam strain, CBDV levels can reach upwards of 10%, making it a great choice for those looking to incorporate this compound into their routine.

In addition to its high CBDV content, Garlic Jam is also known for its distinctive flavor profile. As its name suggests, this strain is known for its garlic-like aroma and taste, which is the result of its unique terpene profile. This combination of high CBDV content and unique taste makes Garlic Jam a popular choice among hemp connoisseurs and CBD users.

CBDV, or cannabidivarin, is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid that is found in hemp and marijuana plants. It is similar to CBD and is believed to have a range of potential benefits.

One of the key features of CBDV is its potential to interact with the body's endocannabinoid system. The endocannabinoid system is a network of receptors and neurotransmitters that is involved in a variety of processes, including pain, mood, and appetite. Some research suggests that CBDV may have the ability to interact with the endocannabinoid system and produce a range of beneficial effects.

For example, it has been suggested that CBDV may have anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties, which means it may be able to reduce inflammation and alleviate pain. It has also been suggested that CBDV may have neuroprotective effects, which means it may be able to protect the brain and nervous system from damage.

More research is needed to fully understand the potential benefits of CBDV, but the implications are clear that this cannabinoid is an important compound with great therapeutic potential.

CBDV, or cannabidivarin, and CBDVA, or cannabidivarinic acid, are two related compounds that are found in hemp and marijuana plants. They are both non-psychoactive cannabinoids and are similar to CBD.

One key difference between CBDV and CBDVA is their chemical structure. CBDV is a cannabinoid that is found in its neutral form in the plant, while CBDVA is a cannabinoid acid that is found in the plant in its acid form. In order to convert CBDVA into CBDV, it must be decarboxylated, which is a process that involves heating the compound in order to remove a carboxyl group.

Both CBDV and CBDVA are believed to have a range of potential benefits and are of interest to researchers and CBD users alike. More research is needed to fully understand the differences between these two compounds, and the potential benefits each may have to offer.

A minor cannabinoid is a type of cannabinoid, which is a chemical compound that is found in the cannabis plant. There are over 100 different cannabinoids in the cannabis plant, and some of them have been found to have medicinal properties. However, minor cannabinoids are less well-known and studied than the major cannabinoid, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is the primary psychoactive compound in cannabis.

Minor cannabinoids include cannabigerol (CBG), cannabichromene (CBC), and cannabidivarin (CBDV), among others. These compounds are thought to play a role in the therapeutic effects of cannabis, but more research is needed to understand their specific mechanisms of action and potential therapeutic uses.

It is important to note that while some studies have suggested that minor cannabinoids may have potential medicinal benefits, more research is needed to fully understand their effects and potential uses. It is also important to note that the use of cannabis for medicinal purposes is a complex and controversial topic, and it is important to consult with a healthcare professional before considering the use of cannabis for any medical condition.

Live resin is a type of cannabis concentrate that is made using fresh, undried cannabis plants. The plants are harvested and immediately frozen, and the resin is extracted from the frozen plant material using a solvent, such as butane or CO2. The resulting product is a high-potency concentrate that contains a full spectrum of cannabinoid and terpene profiles.

Mixed live resin is a type of live resin that is made using a mixture of live resin extracted from cannabis or hemp and other cannabinoid isolates or distillates. This results in a concentrate that has a unique blend of cannabinoids while maintaining the original terpene profile of the live resin. Mixed live resins have the potential to offer a different set of effects compared to unmixed live resins and can be tailored to fit specific requirements such as low THC content.