Heylo’s Where’s My Bike is coming back to the shelves of cannabis retailers in Washington State.
The original product was launched in CCELL cartridges in early 2018, building in popularity throughout the year. In October 2018 The Stranger published its Green Guide, highlighting the rare chemistry of this Heylo vape cartridge.
Lester Black, a writer for The Stranger who oftens covers cannabis topics, wrote
Where's My Bike? gave me a high that was enlivening and uplifting. I almost hesitate to refer to the feeling as a high. It felt more like the natural energy of working out.
The newest Where’s My Bike? promises to deliver on this experience, perhaps to a more heightened degree. The presence of THCV (tetrahydrocannabivarin) in the latest oil, at over 1.2%, is exciting on many levels. THCV has been observed to produce appetite-suppressant and positive energetic and metabolic effects in mice.
The Stranger previously covered the search for this rare cannabinoid in the 2018 Spring Edition of the the Green Guide with an article “Hunting for Rare Cannabinoids”.
So THCV has a lot of potential. But what does the actual chemistry of a product like this look like? Heylo’s latest Where’s My Bike? displays a unique, full-spectrum array of minor cannabinoids beyond THCV, including CBG and CBC. Let’s dig deeper into the chemistry of this oil.
The terpene profile of this oil is also likely to play a role in its unique, uplifting and calming-yet-energizing effects. Caryophyllene is known for its anti-inflammatory and anti-pain effects, while valencene and limonene are known to possess mood-lifting properties.
The new Where’s My Bike? With CBG and THCV is launching into cannabis retail stores mid-November. Follow the comments section of this blog to see where you can find this special oil. The oil will be available in PAX ERA Pods as early as January 2019.
Heylo Cannabis' topicals feature Organic terpenes from True Terpenes. We recommend you check them out for any botanical terpene needs.