WSO Indica Cannabis Oil by Waterstone
Also commonly referred to as cannabis oil, Rick Simpson Oil (RSO), and Phoenix Tears, whole plant, activated cannabis oil, like WSO Indica Cannabis Oil by Waterstone, can be administered either orally or topically. Usually, people prefer to just eat it. Doing it this way increases the bio-availability of the cannabinoids causes the mucous membranes in your mouth to provide fast and effective absorption of the cannabis directly into your systemic circulation.
Basically, it makes you higher and the high hits faster.
WSO Indica Cannabis Oil by Waterstone is a whole plant indica, meaning it made from the buds of the female cannabis plant and is made up of several different cannabinoids, including CBD, THC, CBN, and more.
This amber-green oil has a distinct cannabis scent and taste, with a bit of a bite to it. Many people find the aftertaste to be pretty pungent, so it’s usually followed up with a big swallow of water. However, even those who don’t particularly like the taste always love the effects of WSO Indica Cannabis Oil by Waterstone.
Effects of WSO Indica Cannabis Oil by Waterstone
WSO Indica Cannabis Oil by Waterstone is intensely powerful, and it’s most definitely a creeper. As the packaging states, the intoxicating effects can be delayed by 2+ hours when this product is taken orally.
With a THC level of 76.53%, a CBD level of 13%, a CBG level of .38%, and 78.94% total cannabinoids, WSO Indica Cannabis Oil by Waterstone certainly packs a punch!
Take a little bit on your finger (or cracker, etc.) to start, and wait a bit before taking more. This one is a whole plant indica, and the high takes some time to really reach its peak. After taking a dosage about the size of a grain of rice, maybe a slight bit larger, you’ll soon start to feel a full-body sedation take over as your mind drifts into a blissful high.
If you’re looking for the perfect chill-out-and-relax marijuana products, WSO Indica Cannabis Oil by Waterstone is exactly what you’re looking for.
WSO Indica Cannabis Oil by Waterstone Reviews
The WSO Indica Cannabis Oil by Waterstone is one of the more popular brands out there, and people are always coming back for more.
Check out what some of our customers had to say:
“I’m not super into the taste, but it’s not exactly unpleasant. It’s just a bit bitter. But, man, does it get you stoned! Just a teeny bit of this, and you’ll be well on your way to total relaxation.” – Elizabeth S..
“It’s definitely got a unique taste to it – a bit strong, really. However, I only took a little bit and could feel the high building up for a good hour or so. It’s definitely a strong indica, and one that will leave you totally relaxed and at peace.” – John D.
“I know people usually think this type of oil is really gross, but I actually like the taste. It’s got an earthy, green taste to it that undeniably unique. It is, after all, a whole plant oil. The head high is full of happiness, and the body high is a strong sedative. I’d definitely recommend this one, and will be getting more of it!” – Pauline H.
“Sure, it’s got a pungent taste, but it’s also highly effective at melting the stress away. Definitely worth picking up!” – Darren J.
Price of WSO Indica Cannabis Oil by Waterstone
We’ve got WSO Indica Cannabis Oil by Waterstone available for $30 for 1g, in addition to our regular daily deals. Come on by and grab some for yourself!
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Disclaimer: Marijuana has intoxicating effects and may be habit-forming. Smoking is hazardous to your health. There may be health risks associated with consumption of Marijuana. Marijuana, in any form, should not be used by individuals that are pregnant or breastfeeding. Marijuana is intended for use only by adults 21 and older. Keep out of reach of children. Marijuana can impair concentration, coordination, and judgment. Do not operate a vehicle or machinery under the influence of this drug. This product may be unlawful outside of Washington State.