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MAGI CANNABIS – LA Runtz 14g Mylar

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Coming Soon to DD through Tricanna! Contact bcdd@tricanna.com to get on the list!

Introducing LA Runtz, a limited craft offering from Magi, grown on Saltspring Island. A cross of LA Kush and Runtz- LA Runtz, is a smooth and mild smoke. A delicate aroma, with flavours of musk and fruit.  Boasting the terpenes of d-Limonene, Beta- Caryophyllene, and Alpha Pinene, that give this cultivar its unique nose.  LA Runtz has an attractive bag appeal with large trichome-caked, hand- trimmed flowers. LA Runtz is the perfect accompaniment to late summer daytime activities or evening social gatherings with friends.

Species – Hybrid

Lineage – LA Kush Cake (Wedding Cake x Kush Mints) x Runtz (Gelato #33 x Zkittlez)

Pack Date: Early-Mid Aug
Case Size: 12
Unit GTIN: 00055665002197
Case GTIN: 10055665002194

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Weight 70 kg

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SKU Internal Stock Code: 60-00271, Case of 12 About
Magi Cannabis is a small-scale, family-owned and operated farm located on Salt Spring Island, B.C. As second-generation craft growers, we have deep love for the cannabis plants we cultivate; that love is evident in the exceptional products we work hard to create. Josh and Nadine have been dedicated to growing fine cannabis since the ‘90s. As longtime islanders, we employ a small team of family and friends and are committed to paying living wages and providing long-term jobs for local residents. We have years of experience in medical cannabis production, and have recently completed building a Health Canada approved custom-designed facility for our Micro-Cultivation license. At Magi Cannabis we celebrate the magic of this powerful plant medicine, which can help transform consciousness and support physical and mental health. We have deep respect for the land we live on and the water and energy we use, and are grateful to be able to offer “the gift of flowers” to discerning consumers.
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