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Elixir 1:1 MCT Oil Oral Spray


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HEXO Concentrates Ingestible Elixir 1:1 MCT Oil Oral Spray

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About this product

A discreet and easy-to-use hybrid 1:1 sublingual spray in a MCT oil base. Elixir 1:1 MCT oil comes in a discreet and convenient child-proof spray bottle. It contains an average of 10mg/ml of THC and 10mg/ml of CBD. 10% THC & 10% CBD

About this brand

HEXO is an award-winning cannabis brand that has earned a reputation for innovative products, consumer health and safety and premier customer service. All HEXO cannabis products are cultivated and processed in state-of-the-art facilities using natural biological controls.

About this strain

Northern Lights

Northern Lights
  1. Myrcene
  2. Caryophyllene
  3. Limonene

Northern Lights is an indica marijuana strain made by crossing Afghani with Thai. Northern Lights produces euphoric effects that settle in firmly throughout the body, relaxing muscles and easing the mind. Consumers say this strain has a pungently sweet and spicy flavor profile that is smooth on the exhale. Medical marijuana patients choose Northern Lights to help relieve symptoms associated with depression, stresspain and insomnia. Growers say this strain features purple and crystal-coated buds and grows best indoors with a flowering time of 45-50 days.

Northern Lights stands among the most famous strains of all time, a pure indica cherished for its resinous buds, fast flowering, and resilience during growth. This strain has given rise to famous hybrids like Shiva Skunk and Super Silver Haze. Rumor has it that Northern Lights first sprouted near Seattle, Washington, but was propagated out of Holland after 1985 at what is now Sensi Seeds.

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Mon Feb 17 2020
Everything about this product seems good, but the 0.1ml volume per spray seems like an approximate understatement. Plus, 'absorption' is much more of a factor here than it is with gel capsules. Gel caps are the way to go.
Sun Nov 04 2018
I tried it twice and I just barely felt anything. There is no "how to use" information on either the box or bottle. I know I'm sensitive to cannabis products so I followed the guidelines of "start slow and go slow". I hadn't had any cannabis in two years. I knew from the past that a 10 mg capsule of thc oil got me very high and I didn't know how much came out in each spray so I first sprayed some on a spoon, dipped my finger in it, and rubbed under my tongue with it. Nothing. After 30 minutes (maximum time supposedly for sublinguals to feel effects), I tried again but full spray on spoon this time and transfer under tongue. Nothing. Next day, I tried a full spray sublingually. Nothing. 30 minutes later, again. Nothing. Altogether 4 times separated by 30 minutes. At the end maybe just a slight heightened feeling of sensitivity to sights and sounds. Is this stuff a dud? Quality control? Can I get my money back?