Kief refers to the sticky, resin-rich trichomes from cannabis that accumulate in containers or can be sifted using a sieve from loose, dry cannabis flowers. Kief boasts a higher concentration of psychoactive cannabinoids, like THC, compared to the cannabis buds from which it originates. Kief has traditionally been compacted into hashish cakes for easier storage, but it can also be smoked or vaporized in its original form.
The strain called Candyland conjures up memories of fun board games from our childhood, and that’s not by coincidence. This strain is predominantly sativa, a hybrid of Granddaddy Purps and Platinum Cookies. This genetic mix creates an uplifting, invigorating high that inspires creativity and provides energy for daytime activities. The primary effect of consuming Candyland is a significant mood uplift coupled with a degree of relaxation. The precise ratio of sativa to indica in this strain is not well-defined, but it can contain up to 24% THC, indicating it’s quite potent. Its CBD levels are lower but might still be beneficial in managing conditions such as seizures and other ailments.
Candyland has a pronounced sweet taste and aroma, with a hint of earthiness and spice underneath. It presents a compact, camouflage-colored appearance with specks of gold and glistening trichomes. It’s a great strain for managing conditions like anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, chronic pain, and ADHD. Potential side effects may include dry mouth, dry eyes, and dizziness, with paranoia being less common. Best suited for daytime activities, Candyland offers a delightful experience at any time of the day. It’s particularly favored on the West Coast, in Colorado, and Michigan.