Super Citro Haze CBD Flower Glasshouse | Buy cheap CBD flowers
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Super Citro Haze unique in Switzerland! , from the greenhouse / glass house at a great price!
Super Citro Haze CBD flowers have a very strong lemony aroma.
Super Citro Lemon Haze is a sativa dominant blend
made from Lemon Skunk and Super Lemon Haze.
Super Citro Lemon Haze is a multi-colored marvel.
As the name suggests, this strain has real lemony properties.
The smell is piquant, lemony and a bit sweet.
The taste is spicy and sweet like lemon candy,
but not quite as spicy as one might expect.
The effects are uniquely energetic and lively.
8 gr 25.00.-
15 gr 45.00.-
20 gr 55.00.-
30 gr 70.00.-
40 gr 80.00.-
100 gr 190.00.-
250 gr 450.00.-
500 gr 680.00.-
1000 gr 1150.00.-
Extremely potent Glasshouse CBD strain!
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Our CBD plants are grown under the best conditions
grown in a state-of-the-art factory in Switzerland.
All of our flowers are hand picked and hand cut,
in order to provide all our customers with constant and highest quality with the
to offer the best taste.
Cannabis flowers at the highest level, gentle processing
for the finest and purest taste.
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Must be at least 18 years old
It is not recommended to drive a vehicle after consuming this product, as this can impair your ability to drive.
Our products are tested and approved from the Federal Office of Public Health.
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salmon fillet (10 g fat) 17.5 µg 700 IU Avocado (12.5 g fat) 3.4 µg 136 IU Mackerel
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