Bruce Banner honey crystal by Oleum
Bruce Banner Honey Crystal by Oleum
First Impressions
Reader Rating1 Vote4.85
Total Score


  • Total THC: 69.0%
  • Total CBD: 0.70%
  • Total THCA: 52.0%
  • Total Cannabinoids: 72.0%


  • Caryophyllene: 2.50%
  • Humulene: 0.93%
  • Myrcene: 0.88%
  • Total Terpenes: 9.30%


Oleum’s packaging is nothing if not signature. That yellow and black package can be identified on the wall well before you can read their name. In addition to being easy to see, it’s also jam-packed with info. The strain sticker is colorful, cute, and visually intuitive. The label on the back features all of the cannabinoid info you could want including a detailed terpene profile. Oleum provides thorough information about this product, this is honey crystal extracted from a sativa-dominant hybrid. Sometimes extract labels can be confusing, this one is clear as can be. The hash container itself is also great, not trying to reinvent the wheel. Just the standard little glass container with a silicone lid Oleum lid. Simple and effective.


This Bruce Banner honey crystal by Oleum is sticky! But honey crystal should be sticky. That’s how it stays so terpy I guess. The terps were fragrant. Pungent, earthy scents wafted out of the tiny container begging me to dab it. I listened to the honey crystal’s commands.


Like its packaging Oleum’s product is consistent. This Bruce Banner honey crystal by Oleum dabbed excellently. It wasn’t overly-sensitive to temperature and dabbed well regardless. It made satisfyingly giant clouds. It also tasted great, with that same earthy pungency with some sweetness to it as well. The high was intense and well-rounded. It had some energizing, creative qualities while providing a nice body high as well. It had the same cheerfulness that I find in sativa flower but is sometimes lacking in extracts. Must be all the terps!


You can’t go wrong with this Bruce Banner honey crystal by Oleum. It has a wonderful fragrance and flavor, it smokes perfectly, and the high is balanced and pleasant. A solid extract.