Shango Flower

Gorgeous colors. Stunning crystals. Complex flavors and aromas. These are among the distinctive qualities of Shango Flower products. They are the direct result of Shango’s obsessive approach to flower cultivation, processing and packaging.

Shango Flower is grown in custom-designed indoor facilities, according to our proprietary cultivation process. It is carefully harvested and naturally dried for a full 15 days. Only then do we meticulously trim each flower by hand to preserve its active ingredients and optimal appearance. Finally, our flower is properly cured for 10 days prior to packaging.

Shango Flower is not sold in open jars that allow customers to smell individual strains or select individual flowers. However, Shango stores offer customers the opportunity to sample the aroma of each strain using our custom-made Flower Snifters.

Our packaging preserves the quality, integrity and freshness of the flower, as well as the cannabis terpenes that give each strain its signature taste and aroma. And it prevents the flower from being contaminated by dust, bacteria, oils, odors and other elements that may compromise the smoking experience.

Our goal is to deliver the highest quality, most beautiful and most satisfying flower each and every time. And with many different strains to choose from, there’s a Shango flower to enhance every mood, every moment and every treatment.

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Shango produces, distributes and sells a full range of premium cannabis products, including flower, concentrates and cannabis-infused confections, baked goods and beverages.

We are committed to setting the standards for product quality, customer service, ethical business practices and education for the entire Cannabis Industry. Shango is a leading advocate for the safe and responsible use of cannabis products.

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The information provided on this website is intended for informational purposes only and should not be construed as medical advice. Individuals who have been diagnosed with health problems and who use or are considering using cannabis as prescribed medication, should consult with their doctor beforehand.