Remedy Shake - 30gr (1oz) • 11.23% CBDa

$30.00
(4 reviews) Write a Review
SKU:
RSHTFOZ
Maximum Purchase:
10 units
Dominant Terpene:
β-Myrcene
Dominant Terpene:
cis-Nerolidol
Dominant Terpene:
β-Caryophyllene
Dominant Terpene:
Terpinolene
SKU:
RSHTFOZ
Maximum Purchase:
10 units
Dominant Terpene:
β-Myrcene
Dominant Terpene:
cis-Nerolidol
Dominant Terpene:
β-Caryophyllene
Dominant Terpene:
Terpinolene
The product you're looking for has been discontinued. Fortunately, we have a wide variety of other strains to choose from! Find them here.
 
Where did all the high CBD strains go?
Well, in 2018, the USDA put new regulations in the Farm Bill that further defined hemp as an agricultural crop. One of the most important regulations was the change in definition of allowable total-THC (delta9-THC + THCa x.877) in hemp flower and hemp products to 0.3% (+/- MU) total-THC. Each state with a hemp program was to have a compliance plan submitted by October of 2020, but the pandemic forced the USDA to extend that deadline to 2021. In the meantime, the USDA's IFRs (interim final rules) were modified slightly to include longer pre-harvest testing windows, extension of DEA certified lab requirements to 2022 and destruction/remediation requirements for non-compliance. What did not change was the 0.3% (+/- MU) total-THC requirement.
 
The genetics available in the 2019 and 2020 growing seasons made it almost impossible to grow, dry, trim, and deliver compliant flower. It could be done, but only at great cost and effort to the grower. The marketplace was looking solely for the highest CBD numbers available as they were largely uneducated about the new requirements. Farms that complied (like us!) were at a serious disadvantage because there was no benefit to doing the right thing since there has been very little enforcement of the regulations historically. However, in 2021, things are starting to change! Not only are we seeing more states enforcing the total-THC limit, but we're seeing federal agencies enforce it as well.
 
Hey, what does "(+/- MU)" mean?
We forgot to go over that, didn't we? (+/- MU) means +/- measured uncertainty and it is a provision that accounts for the natural variability that can occur between multiple labs. It's also the reason why you'll see flower on our site that contains 0.34% total-THC. 
 
Any other questions? Please reach out to our team! We're happy to walk you through it. 
Remedy Shake - 30gr (1oz) • 11.23%  CBDa

Remedy Shake - 30gr (1oz) • 11.23% CBDa

$30.00

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  • 5
    Great shake to infuse oil with!

    Posted by Justin Waters on Jul 10th 2020

    I use this to make infused oil for capsules. Good quality products.

  • 4
    REMEDY SHAKE 1oz

    Posted by Burnzy on May 17th 2020

    If your familiar with shake you won't be disappointed. It's shake, sticks, lil tiny trimmings, etc. It's a great price for what it is and certainly didn't disappoint when Vaped on tabletop or smoked. Personally, I like to vape the shake more than smoke. It doesn't burn the sticks and seeds so tastes better Vaped, imo. Can't go wrong with anything from Tweedle Farms! Thanks again!

  • 5
    Relaxing strain

    Posted by Snoodocker on May 17th 2020

    I actually got this to make my very first tincture using organic mct oil (coconut based) and blending cbd isolate into it to come out about 5,000mg per 60ml bottle. It turned out fantastic and 1-2ml dropper of it in the morning or when anxious knocks it right down into a calm. Thank you Tweedle Farms for offering high quality trim/shake to us so we can make tinctures, oils etc. Fantastico! Muahhh from a Veteran who appreciates ya!

  • 4
    Remedy shake 11.23%CBDA

    Posted by Avery on May 16th 2020

    This was my first shake, and I was really surprised by how good it was. Very smooth in a joint. Nice gentle relaxation. Great effect alone, and when used along with thc. I grind it, and it works better in my rolling machine, and burns more evenly.