KAPOW offers a line of premium cannabis products that has set a new industry standard for portability and convenience. KAPOW’s products has garnered a cult-like following since its launch and has emerged as a leading lifestyle brand in cannabis.
The sativa plant is tall and slim with long, thin leaves,it takes longer to grow than an Indica plant, and yields less medicine. It tends to smell sweet, fruity, or spicy because of its terpene profile.When consumed, Sativas yield more of a “head high”. This type of high promotes alertness, uplifting and euphoric feelings, creativity, and increased energy. Sativa is better for the daytime, as it can help keep you going throughout the day.
The Indica plant is short and bushy, wide leaves. So Indica tends to smell more muskier, earthier, and spunkier than Sativa.When consumed, Indicas usually result in a “body high”—that is, a feeling of physical relaxation. An Indica can have effects such as stimulating the appetite, aiding in sleep, and relieving pain. In general, Indicas are recommended for nighttime use, since they can have a sedating effect .
Hybrid are unique strains that are bred from two parent plants --Sativa and Indica of different types to create a hybrid that possesses many or most of the beneficial medical properties of both its parents. Since many diseases have side effects like depression, anxiety and insomnia, patients can use hybrids in an attempt to address both the core condition and the daily symptoms. The blending of both physical and mental benefits makes it easy for users to hand-pick strains that may be tailor-made for the type of daily effects they are experiencing.
Grown indoor, our cultivators grow potent, high yielding cannabis suitable for flower consumption or high yield oils. KAPOW cultivates, hand-selects and names all of our own strains in house.
We use state of the art lab technology for all of our extraction process needs. It also takes an excellent flower to make excellent extracts, this is why our cultivators take the best strains that are both consistent with flavor and strength to breed. This is followed by pheno-hunting the best cultivars to harvest, cryogenic flash-freezing techniques, cold filtration techniques or any other post-processing needs.