Durban Poison Terpene ProfileABXTB0356Y
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The name may sound ominous, but Durban Poison is the dank wake-n-bake option you’ve been waiting for. The sweet pine and spice scent provides a jolt of cerebral stimulation that heightens the senses, sharpens focus, and lubricates any social interaction. Just don’t expect to fall asleep any time soon.
- Name: Durban Poison
- Organoleptic's: (taste & smell): Citrus, Fruity, Woody
- Dominant Terpenes: Terpinolene, Beta-Myrcene, D-Limonene
- Solvent Free: Yes
- Moods: Peaceful
- Food Grade: Yes
- Fillers: None
Disclaimer: Native Series Terpenes must be stored in a refrigerator to preserve the wonderful sensitive aroma of cannabis. If it is stored improperly, you will have aroma degradation and the gas compounds will be degraded. Open the container as few times as possible to prevent losing any of the wonderful gassy aroma. Similar to a jar of flower, the more you open and expose it to air the more likely gas will degrade/lose potency. Store all product in the refrigerator at below 36F at all times, and only remove for brief periods of time to formulate. For best results use with in the 3 months of receiving.
With each state having unique and differing regulations regarding terpene blends and flavor additives, the blends that may be approved for use in one state may not be acceptable for use in another state, and vice versa.
Please coordinate with your Abstrax sales representative about compliance of these blends in your respective state/country. Each state has ever evolving regulations and it is important that our customers ensure they are in compliance with their respective regulatory bodies.
Terpinolene, Myrcene, D-Limonene, Ocimene, Alpha Pinene, Beta-Pinene, Alpha Phellandrene, Delta 3-Carene, Alpha Terpinene, Camphene, Gamma-Terpinene, p-Cymene, Caryophyllene, Fenchol, Linalool, Alpha-Terpineol, Sabinene, Humulene, 4-Terpineol, Bisabolene, Farnesene, Cadinene, Borneol, Bergamotene, Guaiene, Beta Phellandrene, Nerol, Isopulegol, Caryophyllene oxide, Camphor, Borneol