product packaging, which is a clear plastic bottle with a black screw top and Revolution's sunburst label wrapped around it.
product picture, which shows a caramel colored extract that resembles partially melted hard candy on parchment paper.

"King for a Day"  By XTC

Florida Orange Pull-&-Snap

Case: Florida Orange Pull-&-Snap (extract)  


File Date: 02/28/2018

Case No: 0181


​​Method of Extraction: Butane

According to the label, a “Pull-&-Snap” form

Indica-dominant Hybrid (70%/30%)

Genotype:  Florida Orange  =   Key Lime Surprise  X  Clementine

A Revolution bred flower using in-house strains.       


Purchased On:
02/22/2018 ​

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Purchase Price:
$60.00, + tax

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Delivery Method(s) Used:
Glass dab rig w/ a quartz nail

Cannabinoids Profile:
THCa 79.00%; THC 5.92%; CBDa 0.71%; CBD 0.22%; CBC 0.16%; CBG 0.12%; CBN 2.59% (LK Pure Labs)

To learn how you can use this cannabinoids data to better your health, see the Cannabinoids Library page.

Physical Characteristics:
The physical consistency of this sample was wholly the complete opposite of the pull-and-snap form. This was more like a “pull-and-slop” because the physical state of this sample was exactly like a partially melted piece of hard candy (see pic). It was a real mess and definitely "sugared up", just like the Louis VIII Pull-&-Snap that I reviewed back in May 2017. 

Note: It appears that this product 'sugared up'. 'Nucleation' (i.e., sugar up) is what happens when lipids left in a sample of shatter begin to separate from the cannabinoids they homogenized with during the extraction process. . The trichomes are just looking to revert back to their natural state. This happens for several reasons and cannot be attributed to a single causation." Hence, the solid-to-sticky metamorphosis. 

Terpene Profile:
I did not request the lab report for this sample, so I will not be providing the specific terpene levels for this product.

In its intact state, this extract emitted a lightly sweet, orange citrus aroma. When dabbed, it tasted of mildy sweet/bitter orange citrus. Even at very low dab temps, I could not coax a lot of flavor from this extract.

To learn all about terpenes, see the Terpenes Library.

For me, I would sum up the experience as a tropical-like, heady Sativa. The effects akin to a potent Maui Waui, Jack Herer #1, etc. but also a little heavier with some energy. You can definitely function on it at low and moderate doses, though it can get a bit intense at high doses, so be prudent until you size this one up. These effects also seemed a bit ‘schizo’ to me at their most intense: flip-flopping between a powerfully heady high and a Kush eye-droop, if you dig it. 

Duration of Effects: 2-3 hours

May Help With: Helped with mood. May also help with mild and moderate pain, depression, appetite (and more)

Rating: 3/5
While this product technically meets my review standards for a medical grade extract, its physical form had sugared up and the terps were too subdued for this strain. I would like to try a great batch of this extract or the flower. 

NOTE: For details about this 1-5 Rating Scale, click here.