The Roots menu of cannabis products is a creation of Flow Cannabis Co. Founded in 2015, Flow is headquartered in Mendocino County and perhaps most well-known for its Flow Kana flower line. The Roots product line is focused primarily on sustainably sourced, sun-grown flower available in 100% recyclable packaging. “Better for the earth and your wallet,” Roots flower is fairly priced and grown to deliver the fuller high that Mother Nature intended.
Product Types Offered
ROOTS FLOWER: Clean, sun-grown flower in 100% recyclable packaging. Available in Eighths (3.5g) and full Ounces.
ROOTS CONCENTRATES: Live resin Sugar, Budder, and Badder made from sustainably sourced, sun-grown cannabis flower.
ROOTS LIVE RESIN CARTS: 1 gram live resin vape cartridges with live resin extracted from fresh-frozen flower.
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Grassdoor is dedicated to working with only the highest quality, authentic brands in the cannabis industry. Grassdoor partners with licensed cannabis companies that test their products with certified, third-party labs. Roots’ license number is C11-0001065-LIC.
Where can I get Roots products?
Roots products are available in dispensaries and for delivery across the state of California.
What’s the difference between Roots and other product lines by Flow Cannabis Co.?
The Roots product line is focused solely on sun-grown, moderately priced cannabis, sustainably grown and packaged using 100% recyclable materials.
What’s the difference between Roots Sugar, Badder, and Budder?
Though all Roots concentrates are live resin made from the same sun-grown, sustainably sourced flower, they differ in consistency and elements of formulation. Sugar products are created using a natural THCA crystallization process which allows the terpenes to infuse evenly. The Batter is hand-whipped over heat which results in a cake batter-like texture, and the Budder is also hand-whipped, but for a smooth peanut butter texture.
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