This monstrously ﬂavorful plant has moved quickly into our hearts. Golden Goat parentage is quickened by the intensity and additional chemistry of the TH1. This is our ﬁrst exclusive beta-caryophyllene dominant plant. This rare proﬁle strikes a balance from generous amounts of limonene, myrcene and the far more rarely occurring guiaol.
This is an averaged result based on scientific terpene profile analyses performed by Cascadia Labs.
Among numerous fresh releases of new strains bred and cultivated at Pruf, Steel Bridge has particularly refreshed the excitement of smoking flower. I tried No. 38, a batch that tested at 24.5 percent THC and 4.44 percent total terpenes. Made from combining the beloved Golden Goat cultivar and TH1 (#3), this plant is an example of successfully customized cultivation to bring out rarer, less common terpenes, with a dominant concentration of beta-caryophyllene. That may not mean anything to you—it wasn't something I necessarily sought out—but what it means is this cultivar may produce effects you've never experienced before. The taste is similar to citrusy, skunky varieties like Island Sweet Skunk, like a tropical breeze from very unfamiliar, untraveled waters.
Every cannabis strain possesses a unique ratio of THC to CBD. THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) is the psychoactive component of cannabis. CBD (cannabidiol) is a therapeutic compound showing promise at relieving pain and anxiety. A Type 1 plant, with high THC and low CBD, is more intoxicating than a plant than a mixed ratio Type 2, or a Type 3 high CBD/low THC plant.
THC-Rich strains containing low-to-zero amounts of CBD.
Strains with a mixed ratio of THC and CBD.
CBD-Rich strains containing low-to-zero amounts of THC.
Terpenes are what make up a plant's essential oils, driving richness in flavor and experience. Each Prūf strain contains multiple terpenes and other than Type, terpene profile has the biggest effect on how you experience cannabis in your body.