Kultivate Wellness Londoncello Premium THCA Hemp Flower

Size: 3.5 Grams
Sale price$40.00


Experience an ultra-premium smoking session with KW's high-potency THCA hemp flower. 100% organically indoor grown on the west coast, prepare to be blown away from Kultivate Wellness' extra resinous buds. Each child-proof container is humidty controlled to lock in freshness and preserve terpenes.

Londoncello - Sativa-Dominant Hybrid - Lemonade x LPC #75

25% THCa

Terpene profile:

α-Pinene 1.79
β-Myrcene 4.88
β-Pinene 0.51
δ-Limonene 0.39
trans-β-Ocimene 0.40
Linalool 0.56
β-Caryophyllene 3.46
α-Humulene 1.25
α-Bisabolol 0.28

Londoncello, also known as “London Cello” or “Cookies Londoncello,” is a sativa dominant hybrid strain created through crossing the potent Lemonade X LPC #75 strains. Known for its super delicious flavor and long-lasting high, Londoncello is a great choice for any sativa lover who wants a potent boost to get their day started or to keep it going. Londoncello is just as eye-opening, with rushing energizing effects that will give you a hefty boost to get you out of bed or off of the couch. You’ll feel these effects hit your brain almost immediately, opening your eyes and sharpening your sense of focus.


THCA is the acidic form of THC, full name: tetrahydrocannabinolic acid. As a cannabis plant matures and its buds grow, its terpene and cannabinoid content begin to develop. The first cannabinoid the plant will develop is CBGA, also called the “mother of all cannabinoids” because it will eventually break down and produce primary cannabinoids, like THCA and CBDA. When THCA is exposed to heat, such as when smoking, vaping, dabbing, or cooking, it will convert into the intoxicating, beloved cannabinoid Delta 9 THC.


Terpenes are naturally occurring chemical compounds found in plants. In terms of cannabis, terpenes are what make certain strains smell or taste different from others. The theory is that the terpene profile, the dominant terpenes, of a strain work hand in hand with the cannabinoid content, the amount of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), cannabidiol (CBD), and other cannabinoids, to produce the effects people associate with different strains.

For example, they might explain why two different strains with the same level of THC produce such different experiences.

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