Golden Coast - Pink Star - HTFSE

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20 days ago

What is HTFSE

High Terpene Full Spectrum Extract (HTFSE) According to the doctor that coined the term full spectrum extracts, HTFSE can only be made with cured or dried material

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Just got some HTFSE for the first time and I do got to say it is some the best extracts I have had to date.

With the information, I was able to put together about the strain pink star is they crossed pink kush with a rockstar strain, I couldn't find out what version of rockstar.

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That's for dabs right?

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Yeah, has no solvent like butane. I have been wanting to stay away from the solvents.

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Definitely stay away from them. Best choice. Hope all has been well mate. :)
Not only is the better stuff made with care, it's made without solvents as well. Body and mind are equally important. :P

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Yeah man, the heat is bad enough so the butane and shit don't help

AMAZEBALLS.... Im so jelly. You mind if I ask how much was it? I love pink kush!!! I had a oil by silver state trading company, called pink.... omg!!! loved it.

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It was pretty cheap at 50$ cdn so 30 35 usd. It is normally never found for less than 70 a gram for HTFSE, part the reason I don't buy it

Pink kush is the best kush around , most pink strains are pretty dank

100% vegan?? I've seen some that are 99% <- wacky, how are you 99% vegan haha

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I am sorry what? Are you trying to crack a vegan joke that we are wacky?

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Ascend cannabis - they promote that they at 99% vegan - that is funny

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I think it's meant to be satirical? :P
Maybe? Would have to ask them I suppose. lol

Although, here's how I could fathom that.
(Possibly? By stretching the imagination a bit while being positive?)

Say they use 99% vegan ingredients? 1% is non-vegan?
Does that qualify as 99% vegan?

That also arises the question of the whole vegan belief system and co-existing with non-vegans who refuse to shift their lifestyle. (Like me, I like meat and I will never give it up, but I believe we can find better ways to go about getting it/producing it.)

Wouldn't it be at least a step, or better, for them to use SOME vegan ingredients? As opposed to being full-on non-vegan?

That would provide $$ for vegan businesses, who DO practice as vegan.
It would mean less non-vegan is being consumed as a whole, as opposed to the alternatives.
It would promote veganism as something sustainable that actually works, as shown by vegan options being even further prevalent than already.

Just some thoughts. :)

Been having to use my head a lot lately for classes, might as well invest the brainpower in the comments on smoke as well. ;)

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Holy lol. The whole idea around vegan is no animal is harmed in anyway for no reason, So no something can not be 99% vegan that means it is not vegan it would mean it is plant or chemical based at the most not vegan.

You are one that would support lab meat than, that would be the only way animals don't keep getting harmed.

The thing is you eat meat for the taste right? I can tell you that is not worth the animal's life. Plus the faux meat is getting so spot on with flavor and texture it is awesome😀

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Yeah, Don't understand 99%vegan either. I mean once you add any animal byproduct you can't call it vegan 🤔