Kalispell Cannabis club uses organic liquid coconut oil as a carrier in tinctures. KCC tincture generally has a nice roasted flavor, which occurs naturally during the decarboxylation process. My cannabis processing has been refined through years of experience, which allows for the maximum effect per oz you could possibly find.
Currently I have a few varieties available. I believe in cannabis as a medicine, and have acted accordingly. I currently have several types of tincture in stock.
KCC does not sell hemp derived snake (CBD) oil. I truly believe that cannabis is medicine, and the foundation of that is based on the entourage effect. You cannot get the entourage effect from hemp, though it has a small amount of the same compounds.
My tinctures contain approximately 325mg THC or CBD per fluid oz.
My pet CBD oil has approximately 100mg CBD per fluid oz.
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I carry the following terpenes :
Myrcene : Strains that contain 0.5% of this terpene are usually indicas, packed full of sedative effects. Myrcene is also supposedly useful in reducing inflammation and chronic pain, which is why it’s usually recommended as a supplement during cancer treatments. The smell of Myrcene often reminds us of earthy, musky notes, similar to cloves. It also has a fruity, red grape-like aroma.
Linalool : Patients suffering from arthritis, depression, seizures, insomnia and even cancer, have all found relief with this amazing terpene. If you’ve ever wondered what makes cannabis smell the way it does, myrcene and linalool are to blame. With its spicy and floral notes, this terpene is one of the most abundant in the majority of strains out there and, together with myrcene produces that pungent and spicy scent.
Limonene : As the name itself says, limonene produces a citrusy smell that resembles lemons, which is no surprise as all citrus fruits contain large amounts of this compound. When it comes its therapeutic purposes, limonene is a mood-booster and a stress-crusher. Researchers also found it to have anti-fungal and antibacterial properties, with one study even announcing that limonene may play a role in reducing tumor size. Getting a hold of this terpene is easy — strains that have “lemon” or “sour” in their name are usually rich in limonene.
Beta-caryophyllene : binds to CB2 receptors, which makes it an ingredient in anti-inflammatory topicals and creams. Caryophyllene is the only terpene that binds to cannabinoid receptors. Besides its analgesic and anxiolytic properties, some studies have found that caryophyllene has a very promising role in alcohol rehabilitation. A group of scientists performed research on mice and found that this terpene reduces the voluntary intake of alcohol. They even recommended caryophyllene for treating alcohol withdrawal symptoms.
Alpha Pinene : pinene terpenes have an anti-inflammatory effect on humans. They also help improve the airflow and respiratory functions, while also helping reduce memory loss related to excessive THC consumption. I know that this can sound weird because we’re talking about cannabis, but if the strain is rich in alpha and beta pinene, it can actually help with asthma. Pinene is also beneficial for patients suffering from arthritis, Crohn’s Disease, and even cancer.
Terpinolene : Terpinolene is well known to induce drowsiness, especially when working synergistically with cannabinoids like linalool and other terpenes. Related to its sedative effect, terpinolene is also known to have beneficial psychological effects. Those who use it report a significant reduction in anxiety and a general mellowing of mood.