Now Reading:Culture | Chris Ball’s Cannabis Brand Launches Custom “Phonzie” Strain For J. Alphonse Nicholson
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Ball Family Farms is launching "The Phonzie" cannabis strain this month.
Former NFL star Chris Ball says his cannabis brand, Ball Family Farms, is cultivating the culture from the group up.
While many of the company’s indoor-grown strains are a treat for recreational consumers, Ball knows the essential role cannabis plays in terms of its medicinal value.
In recent news, Ball Family Farms just announced that it launched a custom strain called “The Phonzie,” for P-Valley star, actor, and musician J. Alphonse Nicholson.
The new strain was designed to help Nicholson combat his anxiety and help him focus on his work while on set. One notable aspect of the new strain is its terpene content, loaded with limonene and caryophyllene, both linked to destressing and relaxation.
Chris Ball’s cannabis brand isn’t just for the stoney baloney recreational consumer. The brand is deeply rooted in its mission to spread wellness through cannabis and its healing properties.
For that reason, Ball Family Farms’ indoor facility grows hand-crafted flower with incredible attention to detail. Instead of reaching the standards, Ball Family Farms sets them with the best blends of terpenes and the safest operations.
At Ball Family Farms, you will never see synthetics or pesticides in its;
The company is also keen on ensuring that its flower is packed with terpenes. Nicholson has admired this about Ball’s flower since he first tried it, bringing him peace of mind, clarity, and relaxation.
Now, he has his very own custom strain for when his anxiety starts to settle in.
Chris Ball knows his way around terpenes. In a recent press release, he stated, “Without terpenes, you’re smoking air.”
“The terpenes, flavonoids, and cannabinoids; each element is going to give you a different experience. We try and focus on that here at BFF because the entourage effect is more essential than THC alone for a top-tier product,” Ball explained.
Nicholson, on the other hand, said he was looking for Sativa-dominant hybrids that still have a slight Indica feel. Chris and his team cultivated exactly what he wanted.
Nicholson described the strain as beautiful, citing its smooth flavors, great high, and balanced effects like:
The Phonzie cannabis strain crosses Bruce Leroy and Laura Charles to create what smells like a fresh basket for fruit. Some even describe its taste as Skittles and cream. It’s not too overpowering, but not too light…it’s just right.
Keep an eye out for The Phonzie cannabis strain from Ball Family Farms in California dispensaries this August and September.
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