Vanilla Berry Pie by One Plant

Vanilla Berry Pie by One Plant

To be honest, I bought this strain because of the name, and its sweetness, in both taste and effect, lives up to the expectation. Vanilla Berry Pie (VBP) is an indica dominate hybrid. I purchased on 1/8th, or 3.5g for $42. VBP is a cross between Magnum Opus 11th Gen. Royal Kush x Cherry Pie Kush x Sunset Sherbert. As with all of One Plant's flower, VBP is organically grown. (Read more by clicking the photo above.)

Ebony & Ivory by One Plant

Ebony & Ivory by One Plant

I was excited to see a Sativa dominant hybrid during my trip to One Plant. I've always reached for indicas, but lately, I find myself drawn to Sativas for a little extra boost. I purchased an 1/8th, or 3.5g, for $42. Ebony & Ivory is a strain created by Swamp Boy Seeds. It is a cross of The White and Nigerian (hence, the name). The buds of this organically grown flower are medium sized & covered in trichomes (that frosty goodness). Upon opening the jar, I was hit with an earthy, nutty aroma. (Read more by clicking the photo above.)

One Plant

One Plant

One Plant originates from California and I couldn't be happier to see they are bringing their clean aesthetic & welcoming vibe to Florida. When you walk into their dispensary in Boynton Beach, the feeling is immediately different than other dispensaries. It is more of a retail experience, featuring a completely open space that is flooded with natural light and fresh flowers sprinkled throughout. (Read more by clicking the photo above.)

1:1 Transdermal Patch by Muv

1:1 Transdermal Patch by Muv

Transdermal means that cannabinoids, in this case 1:1 CBD and THC, are actually delivered to the bloodstream vs sitting on top of the skin. This is done with an absorbing agent, in this case, ethanol (alcohol). The patches are applied to an area where your skin is thin and veiny, such as your ankle, wrist or lower back. Muv also suggests the upper arm or chest for the patch to stay put longer. (Read more by clicking the photo above.)

Blueberry Concentrate by Muv

Blueberry Concentrate by Muv

Muv has several options for cartridges. I found the Pure cartridge fit my existing pen, so this is the one I decided to go with. I was happy to see it is solvent-free, and only contains distillate with cannabis-derived and all natural terpenes, providing full spectrum benefits. Blueberry is one of my favorite strains, so I was excited to try it in a concentrate. As I suspected, the concentrate isn't quite as effective for me as the whole flower, but it is still a decent alternative if you have to be discrete, or whole flower isn't your thing. (Read more by clicking the photo above.)

Velvet Glove by Muv

Velvet Glove by Muv

Velvet Glove is an Indica-dominant Hybrid (70% indica, 30% sativa). It is a cross between GMO Cookies and Nookies. The first thing I noticed about this flower was the smell. The strain is particularly fragrant. The pungent aroma is similar to Sour Diesel, but with a citric, sweet twist. Velvet Glove is said to leave you feeling happy, relaxed, and focused. It is a gentle indica-dominate strain in that it doesn't make you feel overly sleepy. (Read more by clicking the photo above.)

Citradelic Sunset by Muv

Citradelic Sunset by Muv

When I heard the name of this strain, I knew I had to try it! It sounded like the perfect pairing for a Florida girl. Citradelic Sunset is a 50/50 hybrid, even though it is labeled by Muv as a Sativa. The first thing I noticed is the lime green hue of the buds. It is the most vibrant colored flower I've ever seen, and it is beautiful! (Read more by clicking the photo above.)

Muv

Muv

Muv is a joint venture brand that is owned and operated by Plants of Ruskin & AltMed Enterprises. The Muv brand originally launched in Arizona, where it has won five "Best of Arizona" awards for medical cannabis products, including multiple 1st prizes for its proprietary ethanol extractions. They deem themselves to be driven by research & development, and have received recognition for quality, consistency and safety. (Read more by clicking the photo above.)