Discover the tangy flavor of this E-liquid Lemon Kush offered by the brand Marie Jeanne
Lemon Kush ... it's history
Although the origins of cannabis plants in the Kush family remain mysterious, Lemon Kush is a variety that appeals for its well-marked tangy and earthy taste. Some think it comes from a Mountain Kush married to a sweet and lemony Sativa or describe it as a clever mix between Afghan Kush and Lemon G. However, the most likely origin would be the cross between the master Kush with the Lemon Joy.
The E-liquid range Marie-Jeanne is available in different concentrations of CBD.
For some, Marie-Jeanne offers 10 ml bottles in 5 concentrations: 50, 100, 300 or 600 mg of CBD.
- Certified without THC - Made in France - PV / VG: 80/20
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