Island Sugar Kawehno:ke Otsi kheta


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From Canada's first 100% Indigenous Licensed Producer, Island Sugar features a tangy citrus aroma and strong THC and terpene levels.  Learn More

About This Product

If you’re looking for a super bright flavour profile, you’ve found it! Island Sugar (Mohawk translation: Kawehnoke Otsi’kheta), brought to you by SEV7N, the first 100% indigenous owned and operated LP based on Cornwall Island in the Akwesasne Mohawk Territory, is a hybrid strain that features sweet tangy citrus flavours with a tropical vibe. Its naturally occurring terpenes underline an herbal aroma with sour tangerine overtones. The light green buds present a coating of frosty white crystal trichomes.
Licensed Producer
Seven Leaf
Very Strong
20.00 - 28.00%  |  200.00 - 280.00 mg/g
0.00 - 1.00%  |  0.00 - 10.00 mg/g
Plant Type
Alpha-Humulene, Beta-Caryophyllene, Limonene, Myrcene
Growing Province
Prince Edward Island
Growing region
Prince Edward Island
Grow method
Grow medium
Grow room lighting
Sun Assisted LED
Drying method
Hang Dry
Trimming method
Machine Trimmed and Hand Groomed

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