SoCal First Nations Tribal Cannabis Products
The SoCal First Nations high quality tribal cannabis brand sold at Mountain Source Dispensary is also owned by the Tribe and acts as a licensed distributor. The distribution company seeks to offer a business partnership with regulated and legal tribally owned cannabis operation. We provide high quality, consumer-safe products that are in complete compliance with our stringent regulations. Please feel free to reach out to learn more.
Mountain Source Dispensary Brand Products
SFN Infused 5-pack Paper Rolled Marijuana Cannabis Joints
SoCal First Nation Grams High Concentrated Rosin and Water Hash
SoCal First Nation Pre Rolled Party Pack
SoCal First Nation CBD THC Cartridges in Six Different Strains
Pre-rolled joints, tobacco-less pre-rolled blunts.
SFN is a high-quality cannabis flower.
100% real palm leaf wraps. One of the best slow burning natural leaf on the planet.
Lemon Skunk, Super Silver LA Women, and Holy Berry, and/or Lemon Skunk Pre Roll Party Packs
Shatter is a brittle, glasslike cannabis extract with a tendency to snap when handled. Shatter is named for its breakability, like broken glass, and is favored for its ease in handling while dabbing. It requires long, delicate purging cycles to properly remove all solvents used in the manufacturing process.
A cannabis extract identified by its malleable texture that falls apart, or “crumbles,” when handled. Unlike other forms of cannabis concentrates, crumble is quite versatile, and not limited to dabbing. Some sprinkle the extract over the top of cannabis buds in a bowl, blunt, or joint. The fragmented texture results from elevated temperatures used during the solvent removal process, or by whipping the extract under the presence of heat.
Budder is a cannabis concentrate similar to a stick of butter with a soft, solid consistency. Budder is one of many concentrate textures and appears in Rosin and many solvent-based extractions. A phenomena called “auto-buddering” can occur with extracts that have not been winterized if they are exposed to fluctuating temperatures or excess humidity.