The Pods2018-10-02T16:18:15+00:00

The Pods

We really love nature and people are part of it. Out of respect for nature and for our customers, our pods only contain ingredients from natural sources. We exclusively use Futura 75 hemp extraction for the CBD distillate and terpenes, and MCT oil from coconuts. Our products have no psychotropic or hallucinogenic effects.

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Mountain River

FRAGRANCE: Earthy, woody, pine scent

Imagine the beauty of a winding river flowing down from the mountain top. It’s an awe-inspiring sight that instills feelings of constancy, relaxation and strength only nature can provide. Appreciate everything around you while experiencing an ideal combination of calm and contentment. This is exactly the feeling we had in mind when we created our Mountain River blend.

Jungle Spirit

FRAGRANCE: Sweet, fruity, pungent, tropical

If you want to feel invigorated so you have the energy to see things with a fresh pair of eyes and and find the motivation to help you turn your plans and ideas into reality, Jungle Spirit is just what you need. This blend is created from Banana Kush, a hybrid strain with a gentle banana aroma, and helps you concentrate and focus. The vivifying effect of a walk along a peaceful jungle path was our source of inspiration for this taste.

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Strawberry Field

FRAGRANCE: Strawberry, sweet, berry

For those who have never experienced the euphoria of taking a stroll through a strawberry field, we created our own Strawberry Field. This fruity blend is a hybrid of Ghost OG and Strawberry Bubble Gum properties and was designed for ultimate relaxation and satisfaction. Just sit back, take in the scenery and enjoy your favorite snack, while feeling uplifted and simply happy.

Chart of Terpenes

Myrcene

  • 168°
  • Musk, cloves, herbal, citrus
  • Sedating, relaxing
  • Mango, thyme, citrus, lemongrass, bay leaves
  • Antiseptic, anti-bacterial, antifungal, anti-inflammatory

Limonene

  • 176°
  • Citrus, lemon, orange
  • Elevated mood, stress relief
  • Citrus rinds, juniper, peppermint
  • Anti-depression, anti-anxiety,  helps with gastric reflux, antifungal

Humulene

  • 198°
  • Woody, earthy
  • Supresses appetite
  • Hops, coriander
  • Anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial

Beta-Pinene

  • 155°
  • Sharp, sweet, pine
  • Memory retention, alertness
  • Pine needles, conifers, sage
  • Anti-inflammatory, helps with asthma

Linalool

  • 198°
  • Floral, citrus, spice
  • Sedating, calming
  • Lavender, citrus, laurel, birch, rosewood
  • Helps with insomnia, anti-stress, anti-depression, anti-anxiety, reduces pain and convulsions

Beta-Caryophyllene

  • 160°
  • Pepper, wood, spice
  • No detectable physical effects
  • Pepper, cloves, hops, basil, oregano
  • Antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, Reduces muscles spasms and pain, helps with insomnia
  • Boiling point
  • Aromas
  • Effects
  • Also found in
  • Medical benefits

Everything you need to know about terpenes

All plants — whether they’re herbs, flowers, trees or grow fruit — produce essential oils, which give them a unique scent and flavor. These essential oils are called terpenes. With this in mind, you probably won’t be surprised to learn that you’re in contact with terpenes everywhere and all of the time. Whatever your favorite fruit or flower may be, the terpenes in its scent or taste tell your brain exactly what it is that you’re smelling or tasting. However, the most important thing to remember about terpenes is that, every time terpene molecules come into contact with your lungs, mouth or skin, they affect the way you feel.

There are well over 30,000 identifiable terpenes in nature, produced not only by plants but also by animals and bacteria, for example. The distinct composition of terpenes within a certain plant generates a specific essential oil, for every single plant, such as Lavender, Kush or Rose.
Terpenes are also subject to the entourage effect: when they’re associated with other substances and our own hormones, they stimulate specific neurons in the brain, creating a different sensation for every type of terpene.

What terpenes are used for?

As terpenes are all about scent and taste, adding them to any product enhances and improves the product’s fragrance and flavor.

With everything you now know about terpenes , you probably won’t be surprised to learn that they are commonly used to mimic a specific plant’s flavor and/or scent in a wide range of cosmetic products, perfumes, and food flavorings.

no-thcNo THC

The famous Tetrahydrocannabinol. Despite the respect we have for this molecule, you won’t find any THC in our products.

no-pgNo PG

Propylene glycol is a thinning agent used mostly in nicotine e-juices. It breaks down to acetaldehyde and formaldehyde when heated to 230°C. We recommend avoiding any products that list this as an ingredient.

no-vgNo VG

Vegetable glycerin is another substance that is mostly used in nicotine e-juices. It has several negative side-effects including nausea. Again, avoid it if possible.

no-smokeNo Nicotine

Tobacco products in general are highly addictive and trigger deadly diseases, such as cancer, affecting even vital organs like the heart, lungs or liver. That’s why there is no nicotine in our products.

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