Heylo Cannabis Chemovar
Reviews, Cannabinoids, Terpenes, Playlists & Pesticide Tests

Kandy Kush

Kandy Kush

Strain Analytical Results and experiential Pairing

You have a right to know about the cannabis you vaporize.

At Heylo we make the detailed analytical laboratory results for all of our strains available before they hit shelves. We curate a playlist to the strain so you have a concept of what experience is in store.

Analytics tests are conducted by Confidence Analytics, a state certified, third-party analytical lab in the Seattle, WA area.

Kandy Kush

Heylo's Kandy Kush is content, engaged & cozy. High in CBG and pairs with just about any activity.

How Users Describe the Effects of Heylo's

Kandy Kush

THC:
56.00
%
CBG
:
2.5
%
CBD:
0.34
%
Total Terpenes:
4.40
%
Grower:
Sustainabis
  • Valencene - 1.1%
  • Caryophyllene - .72%
  • Humulene - .67%
Full Analytical Report
STream Strain Playlist

Join the Discussion About

Kandy Kush

Terpenes in
Kandy Kush

Terpenes are light, volatile compounds that occur naturally in many foods, spices and plants. Cannabis has high levels of terpenes. The plant developed terpenes to attract helpful predators, ward off pests and, possibly, to bond with humans as it spread around the globe.

Terpenes tremendously influence the taste, effects and medical benefits of cannabis.[1]
Cannabinoids and terpenes work better together to produce the "Entourage Effect".

The terpenes in all Heylo products are natively-derived and never separated during processing. This means all of the terpenes you find in Heylo's products came from the plant and appear in roughly the same ratios as the flower.

Below: Terpene Insights from True Terpenes

Beta-Caryophyllene

Best-known as the kick behind black pepper, cloves and cinnamon, Caryophyllene is a strong anti-inflammatory agent.
Taste:
Sweet, woody, spicy, clove dry scent
Effects:
Fights Pain
Anti-Inflammatory
Calming
Focus Aid
Uplifting
Anti-fungal
Energy Lift
Sleep Aid
Learn more about
Beta-Caryophyllene

Humulene

First found in the essential oils of Humulus lupulus (hops), from which it was named.
Taste:
Earthy, woody aroma
Effects:
Fights Pain
Anti-Inflammatory
Calming
Focus Aid
Uplifting
Anti-fungal
Energy Lift
Sleep Aid
Learn more about
Humulene

The Heylo Team's Curated Playlist for

Kandy Kush