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About Cannabis Cultivation

Where/How it's grown 
The cannabis plant has grown naturally in many different parts of the world for millennia. More recently, due to varying climates and laws, cannabis is grown in more environments.

Cannabis can be grown indoors with the use of artificial lights, or in light-dep greenhouses, and thanks to legalization, cannabis is now being grown outside in the sun as nature intended. Each method has its advantages and disadvantages.

At Bayflower, we will always offer you the highest quality flower grown from any environment. We only work with farmers who adhere to the most natural, organic methods of cultivation possible. You can enjoy your flower confidently knowing that no chemical pesticides are used. Check out the chart below to learn more about the various environments where cannabis is grown.
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Wonderful World of Terpenes 
 If you’ve heard of terpenes, you probably know that these organic compounds are responsible for the taste and smell of the cannabis plant, but there is way more to it than that.

Did you know that many plants other than cannabis produce terpenes too? Just think of the last time you drove past a pine forest and smelled that lovely pine smell in the air. How about the last time you sliced through an orange and your mouth watered.

The very same terpenes that created some of the simplest pleasures in nature can be found in you cannabis plant. It doesn’t stop there… terpenes can also be associated with many different healing properties. Look at the chart below from our friends at Leafly to learn more. (For informational purposes only, does NOT constitute medical advice). 
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What are trichomes anyway?

Trichomes are little hair-like appendages found on many plants, algae, lichens, and protists.

They are by no means unique to the cannabis plant, but are a major part of what makes the cannabis plant so special. It is the trichomes that are the cannabis plant’s engineers of the various cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids.

They are the sticky in our sticky-icky and are where the essential oils are made. Take a look at the chart below for more info on the different trichomes you will find on your cannabis. 
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About Cannabis Concentrates

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All about concentrates

There are many different types of cannabis extractions.

We at Bayflower are constantly learning and growing and working hard to perfect as many extraction processes as possible. Currently, we are producing some of the finest shatters to hit the market.

Our shatters are clean of residual solvents, passing lab tests with flying colors. They are highly stable meaning they melt on your nail, not on your hand.  

We all remember Hash, but with new technologies and methods, there are multiple ways to extract the essential oils from the cannabis plant. Check out the chart below to learn more about the different processes and products.

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