When opening this jar, it has a nice little tangy orange coming off of it. When you dab it, it tastes like you literally bit into an orange. Kinda of reminds me like an orange cookie type strain. High on it was mellow.
Terp: @terp .n.time
Flavor: Ice Cream Cake
When I picked these up, it was a little dark at the place I got them at. So as I was going through flavor, I heavily relied on my nose to pick out the terps that I wanted. The nose on these terps were pretty crazy. Has a very sweet with a hint of a floral smell to it. When I got home and opened it to dab up, I was surprised at the nice yellow texture it had. To me it looked straight gas with watery terps just flowing around as you move the jar. When you dab it, it was straight terpy. Nice and mellow high on it. Definitely would pick up more of this flavor from them.
Silver, White, or Gold? We can’t decide which one we like more 🙃 so why not just get all three batteries😉 We all now variety is the spice of life right? ❤️ (📷: @kurvanaofficial )
From: @alkaline_electric_vegan - Dr. Sebi tells us that all of the modern day domestic animals people are consuming were created by man and not Mother Nature. The red junglefowl (Gallus gallus) is a tropical member of the family Phasianidae. It is the primary progenitor of the domestic chicken (though genetic evidence strongly suggests some past hybridisation with the grey junglefowl as well). The red junglefowl was first domesticated at least five thousand years ago in Asia. Since then it has spread around the world, and the domestic form is kept globally as a very productive food source of both meat and eggs. The aurochs also known as urus or ure (Bos primigenius), is an extinct species of large wild cattle that inhabited Europe, Asia, and North Africa. It is the ancestor of domestic cattle and the European bison, crossbred with steppe bison. The species survived in Europe until the last recorded aurochs died in the Jaktorów Forest, Poland, in 1627. The modern domestic turkey is descended from one of six subspecies of wild turkey: Meleagris gallopavo, found in the area bounded by the present Mexican states of Jalisco, Guerrero, and Veracruz Ancient Mesoamericans domesticated this subspecies, using its meat and eggs as major sources of food and employing its feathers extensively for decorative purposes. The Aztecs associated the turkey with their trickster god Tezcatlipoca, perhaps because of its perceived humorous behavior. Mallard (Anas platyrhyncos); Muscovy duck (Cairina moschata)
The domestic, or Pekin, duck is thought to have been bred from the wild mallard (Anas platyrhyncos) in China at least 2,000 years ago and as many as 10,000 years ago. Muscovy ducks (Cairina moschata), a South American species, were domesticated roughly a thousand years later in Colombia. They were mentioned in records of Columbus’s second voyage to the “new world” Continue reading in the comment section below. 👇🏼 #drsebi#animals#lamb#cow#pig#sheep#chicken#turkey#dog#cat#meat#hybrid#manmade#food#health#knowledge#alkaline#truth#plantbased#vegan#pork#bacon#steak#beef#duck
This stag was a Chital rusa hybrid. Buckie was his name. Beautiful looking animal ripper antlers to match he was a pet. But some low life scumbags, whom have since been apprehended. Shame to be shot in a spotlight headcut off and have climbed over the deer fence again. It doesn’t come much lower than that. #stag#hybrid#chital#rusa#xbreed#poachers#scumbags