Winter Citrus 1:5 Delta 9 Lollipops

Winter Citrus 1:5 Delta 9 Lollipops

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Looking for a hazy high in a prohibition state? These special edition lollipops are made with a very special balance of CBD and Delta 9 THC. These Winter Citrus flavors  with Blood Orange, Key Lime, and Meyer Lemon are the perfect burst of juicy brightness needed to help get us through the winter doldrums.

Each lollipop is very intoxicating thanks to 5mg of CBD and a whopping 25mg of totally legal hemp-derived THC. Start low and go slow, y'all :)

Must be 21+ to purchase.

This edible is intoxicating. Delta 9 THC may result in a failed drug test. Don’t drive or operate heavy machinery after consuming. Keep away from children and pets. Don’t consume if pregnant or breastfeeding. Enjoy responsibly :)

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Why You'll Love It

+Enjoy a noticeable high with this Third-Party Tested, Garden Party approved, federally legal CBD + Delta 9 THC edible.
+Reduce pain, anxiety, and inflammation with full-spectrum rosin that contains all of the plant’s major and minor cannabinoids, terpenes, and organic compounds for wellness support that goes beyond CBD alone.
+Feel good about this vegan, gluten-free edible made with real fruit and organic ingredients.

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Ingredients: *Cane Sugar, Filtered Water, *Tapioca Syrup, *Fruit (Blood Orange, Lime, Meyer Lemon) *Citric Acid, *Natural Flavors, *Hemp Flower Rosin, Ginger, *Coconut Oil *=Organic Ingredients

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