Cannabis Quality Reference CardsQUALITYCARDS
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Reference Cards for the Serious Cannabis Enthusiast
Do you love to geek out on the specifics of how cannabis is grown and where it comes from? Then our Cannabis Quality Reference Cards are perfect for you! These cards are a series of infographics that dive into the biology, cultivation techniques, terroir, and environmental impact of cannabis. This gorgeous set of infographics are not just kind on your eyes, but also present an array of complex topics in an easily digestible way. The Cannabis Quality Reference Cards, created in collaboration with Haikuu Design and Farmhouse Artisan Market, are printed on a durable and coated stock and packed into a gorgeous envelope. We recommend you pair this with The Cannabis Taster journal to enjoy the complete experience.
- 4 dual-sided infographic cards per pack
- Shows elements that affect cannabis quality
- Placed inside a custom series envelope
- Printed on thick, recycled stock
- Measuring 5" x 7"
- Designed by Haiikuu & Goldleaf in collaboration with Farmhouse Artisan Market
*This product is designed for reference only. We do not condone illegal activities. Please check your local laws on the legality of using cannabis.
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