Prime Wellness African Thai 15 Live Resin Sugar Pa Review Unboxing
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African Thai #15
THCa in its purest form mixed with terpenes for fuller flavor and effects. It is made with smaller granules of crystalline to provide a more consistent texture and is favored for its high terpene content.
African Thai #15
Live Sugar is a concentrate with a “wet sugar” consistency that consists of small granules of THCA crystals with high amounts of terpenes.
Terpene Tracker: African Thai #15
African Thai flower displays a true –meaning orignal – sativa structure that is covered in resin-producing trichomes, with a flavor similar to Sour Diesel and tea leaves.
African Thai #15 was the result of a small batch Colorado breeding project from relatively unknown genetics, spearheaded by our Senior Director of Production and Facilities, Brandon Miller. While the exact lineage and history of its South African Durban parent remains a mystery, the Thai lineage of this strain shines through in its extraction performance that yields concentrates with impressive values for both THC and terpenes. This strain’s Thai lineage means it is a “landrace,” a term that describes the original varieties of cannabis that were most likely domesticated by locals in their geographic area of origin.
Used as the parent strain for creating several Grower’s Select strains and exclusive backcrossed phenos, African Thai #15 is known around our grow facility as the “king” of prime genetics. When cured and packaged in our nitrogen-flushed N2 packaging, this Grower’s Select strain boasts harvest-fresh flavors similar to a classic Mexican sativa – including tea leaves, lemon zest, and hash. This strain holds the title as our highest performing cultivar when it comes to lab results, testing for 39% total cannabinoids. Our most recent batch of African Thai #15 flower also boasts nearly 4% total terpenes.
In this form, African Thai’s terpene profile is dominated by myrcene, limonene, caryophyllene, and humulene. The pronounced myrcene content in African Thai is unique for a sativa or “narrow leaf” cultivar. Because this terpene has demonstrated an analgesic effect in studies, African Thai may potentially provide daytime pain relief that is effective without producing a sedative effect.
Live Concentrates and Cartridges
Our world-class extraction methods were designed by our team of in-house experts through extensive research and development, aimed at preserving the resin-producing trichomes and essential oil content of plant material. Our extraction process begins by using medical-grade butane as the primary solvent. By saturating plant material in butane, our lab team allows the solvent to liquify the essential oils of the plant and separate these essential oils from the plant material. For our live resin cartridges, the plant material is extracted and purified – never separated – to best embody the full flavor and therapeutic potential of the live plant material.
For African Thai #15, our extraction process slightly manipulates the chemical profile of the plant matter. When creating cartridges, our method produces a small amount of terpinolene in African Thai plant material. Because terpinolene is not detected in African Thai flower, this means our extraction process converts the terpenes of the plant material to create a unique terpene profile for African Thai cartridges. A less-common terpene, terpinolene has a complex flavor that varies from citrusy to woodsy. Terpinolene’s observed antinociceptive benefit means it may contribute to African Thai’s pain-relieving potential.
African Thai #15
Lineage: Unknown Durban x Thai Hybrid
Terpene Content: D-Limonene, B-Myrcene, B-Caryophyllene, A-Humulene
From Our Grower: African Thai flower displays a true sativa structure that is covered in trichomes, with a flavor similar to Sour Diesel and tea leaves.
Fun Fact: This legendary strain was the unexpected result of a small batch Colorado breeding project from relatively unknown genetics. While the exact lineage and history of its South African Durban parent remains a mystery, the Thai lineage of this strain shines through in its extraction performance that yields concentrates with impressive values for both THC and terpenes. Our Sr. Director, Production and Facilities, Brandon Miller, reports significant feedback from Pennsylvania patients regarding their success in pressing rosin from African Thai #15 flower.