This indica flower has a consistently high potential of THC potency. This narrow-leafed, full of flower plant has an overabundance of trichomes from its flowery center carrying on throughout its trim and leaves. The amount of snow-like substance found on the flower is reminiscent of a winter wonderland. Our product has significant levels of myrcene which give off spicy, woody, and ripe flavours. Lemon Pepper Spice gives off the aroma of cantaloupe and melon which are accented by the spiciness (ocimene). Overall, the flower has a sweet and herb like flavour (guaiol). Our product as identified in its name, is home grown and hand nurtured at our greenhouse facility, steps from the Niagara Escarpment. The Niagara Region is one of the oldest parts of Canada so it links well with the older of the terpenes guaiol, which can be traced back to the 16th century.