SFV is short for San Fernando Valley, the temperate Californian biome where this strain originated. After SFV found its way to sunny Colorado, Craft 710 saw an opportunity to turn the elite OG clone into a premium-grade concentrate. SFV wax is processed in-house via propane extraction of flower they grow themselves.
The SFV strain is often used to treat tension, stress, and chronic pain, a benefit only amplified when in concentrated form. Patients wary of unwanted chemicals should note that Craft 710’s propane extraction process improves upon butane extraction by more efficiently purging residual solvents. This leads to a cleaner, healthier dabbing experience.
Craft 710’s unique extraction method doesn’t just preserve the integrity of the cannabinoids, it also preserves the concentrate’s color. Generally speaking, lighter-colored concentrates are higher in quality, and the SFV wax is endowed with a light yellow sheen. Craft 710 cuts their wax into symmetrical square wafers that are pliable, but not too sticky.
They say small men can cast big shadows. Well small concentrates sometimes generate big scents, and SFV’s delicate appearance and fair-haired coloring belie its one-two punch of pungent petrol and sour citrus. It’s surprisingly refreshing, bringing back childhood memories of a crowded summer swimming pool.
With its OG roots and high terpene count, SFV retains a funky flavor profile that hits hard and takes its sweet time to dissipate. A fuely relish barges into the mouth like it owns the place, but things get a little more interesting when pangs of sugary grape and tangy lemon join the festivities. Then it’s all rounded out with a sweet earthy finish.
For those seeking versatility in their concentrates, SFV is your winning ticket. The wax has a dual capacity for a light daytime buzz or a full on heavy-hitting nighttime body melt. Smaller dabs typically generate a pleasantly uplifting sativa high that leave many feeling social and energetic. Larger dabs, however, could induce a powerful indica-like slumber.