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Sunday Driver – Plug Industries 1g
Sundae Driver is an evenly balanced hybrid strain (50% indica/50% sativa) created through crossing the delicious Fruity Pebbles X Grape Pie strains. If you’re a fan of a chocolate sundae, you’re going to be head over heels for this delicious bud. Sundae Driver packs a sweet creamy chocolate flavour with a light sugary fruity exhale. The aroma is of fresh earth and sweet sugary grape candy with a rich chocolately overtone that is slightly pungent at times. The Sundae Driver high is just as delightful as the flavour, with a relaxing and lifted high that will have you kicking back with ease after just a toke or two. You’ll feel a euphoric onset that fills your cerebral state with a sense of giddy happiness. As your mind flies higher, your body will begin to fade away into a deeply relaxing state that has you dozing mere minutes later. Thanks to these effects and its moderate 14-16% average THC level, Sundae Driver is often chosen to treat those suffering from conditions such as chronic stress or anxiety, insomnia, PTSD, depression and chronic pain. This bud has grape-shaped olive green nugs with rich purple undertones, thin red-orange hairs and a coating of tiny white crystal trichomes.
Shatter, with its flawless amber glass transparency, has a reputation for being the purest and cleanest type of extract. But translucence isn’t necessarily the tell-tale sign of quality. The consistency and texture of oil come down to different factors entirely.
The reason shatter comes out perfectly clear has to do with the molecules. Which, if left undisturbed, form a glass-like appearance. Heat, moisture, and high terpene contents can also affect the texture, turning oils into a runnier substance that resembles sap (hence the commonly used nickname “sap”). Cannabis Oils with a consistency that falls somewhere between glassy shatter and viscous sap is often referred to as “pull-and-snap.”