Making the Gauge
As we considered what this gauge would show, we Initially sorted batches into groups based on its THC and terpene content. We found that models that do this tend to be a recreation of the same indica/sativa binary with more options. It was too limiting, so we researched…
The cannabis industry tends to center on the THC content of strains, but research shows that terpenes, like THC, are active in the brain. This is the base concept behind the entourage effect: the idea that there is cooperation between bioactive cannabis compounds when consumed together… a natural example of the whole being greater than the sum of its parts.
Our terp gauge gives terpenes first-class status on our label. It shows relative terpene content and hints to how those terpenes can affect your experience, generally. It’s intended to help customers choose the vibe we expect they would like to have, without the know-how ahead of time.
The only classification we apply is to terpenes, backed by research and our own data.
Reading the Gauge
The gauge has two sections: terpene information and cannabinoid information.
See which terpenes are present, how much, and a general effect.
Larger circles means more of the terpene.
In this section, we simply list the facts: percent of
THC and the next most present cannabinoid.
The Terp Gauge is available on our new Liquid Gummies and will be on all of our products soon!