Gourmet Hash: Planned Madness

Hash made from UK Cheese Shatter and OG Kush KiefFrom the very start, the first “Gourmet Hash” session was a really fun experience. Browsing the dispensary selection alone took hours. With four kinds of kief and forty five types of shatter, wax and resins, live and regular on the menu, there are tens of thousands of combinations possible. If we play with the ratios of each ingredient we decide to use for a blend, we literally wind up with a near-infinite number of permutations of Gourmet Hash. Oh, the possibilities! Narrowing down our choices to just a few ingredients was tough, only made a little easier by the reality of having to work within budgetary constraints.

As this is very much a learning curve situation — and everything we are doing is, if not unique, quite new to us — we decided on a balanced mix of ingredients. I ordered  2 grams of Kief, 2 grams of OG Kush Kief, 1 gram Death Star Green house Pull&snap Shatter, 1 gram UK Cheese Green house Pull&snap Shatter and — saving the best for last — 1 gram of Hindu Kush Live Resin. The total cost of the order was a little less than $200.

Ingredients ordered for our 2nd Gourmet Hash blend
Two kinds of shatter, two kinds of kief and a wonderful live resin was our order for this Gourmet Hash extravaganza.

After a few days to get everything individually sampled and evaluated, it was time to create the first batch. For this run, I chose the OG Kush kief and the UK Cheese shatter in large part because the UK Cheese is a hybrid. I hoped it would be Sativa-like and suitable for daytime use and periods of activity.

The tools and accessories I used were basic, as this was an unexpected offshoot of a bigger, ongoing project. As the series progresses, we will learn what the needs are, look at what the market has to offer and then obtain and review the best choice for a given task. We started this batch having a small torch; two metal dab tools; a glass, 1-gram wax jar for warming and mixing; and a marble container, which is used to hold and transfer heat to our glass jar.

Pull&snap shatter is soft at room temperature and is pretty sticky stuff. Hand rolling the shatter into little balls, as some shatter users do, is not possible with this shatter. Even when cooled, this shatter warms very quickly with hand contact and begins to stick. To counteract this tendency towards warming, I used a margarine container out of the freezer as a working surface to gently cut away the desired amount with a clean razor. The result was quite effective.

We started with close to one third of a gram of the shatter and placed it in our glass jar. The marble was heated until hot to the touch, but short of being too hot to touch. I then heated the jar by placing it on the hot marble and gently warming the jar with a low and small torch flame in a continuous circular motion. As the desired temperature is neared, it is good to stop and let the heat equalize. It takes a few seconds for the heat to transfer to the inner part of the glass.

Once the shatter was up to temperature, we added a bit less than a quarter gram of kief to the jar. We then placed a cap on the jar for thirty seconds to let the kief get up to temperature. This is where the marble shows its value. Because marble maintains its temperature well, we do not need to use the torch often.

Photo of in-progress hash brew
OG Kush kief sprinkled atop the heated UK Cheese shatter base.

When I took the cap off to give the blend a stir, the first hint of what this blend would smell like filled the air as the warmed kief added its colour to the scent palette. While taking a moment to enjoy the aroma, the realization of what was about to happen struck me: “You are taking these wonderful extracts on their own and mixing them together. This is planned madness”.

That hint of madness did not stop me from grabbing the dab tool and mixing the warmed ingredients together anyway. Should someone suggest I am crazy for doing this, just tell them, “He knew and he did it anyway”.

It was obvious almost right away this batch was mixing a little differently than the first batch did. This batch was a lot less sticky. Our first gourmet hash included a rosin and it absorbed the kief like a sponge. The shatter mix, when cooled, was a nice looking dark hash, but very crumbly. It could not be packed into a stable mass at all. The best option? Add more shatter.

I rewarmed the batch and added a small amount of warm shatter. This brought the amount of shatter in this mix up from 0.25 of a gram to 0.40 grams. This made the mix much more sticky warm and it packed together nicely. When cooled, it was again not as sticky, but it could now be pressed into a stable chunk. When trying to remove small amounts from the single piece, there was still a lot of crumbling. I decided to leave it in a crumble state, as working with it was easier.

While working with this batch and adjusting to the loose texture, it became clear that one of the first tools we need to add to the Gourmet Hash kitchen is a kief press. For the amounts we are working with right now, a small one will do. Since they are reasonably inexpensive, I should be able to order one fairly soon.

As with any great dish, the best part comes when served. After letting it sit for a day, it was ready. Well, even if it wasn’t ready, I was and was not waiting.

The UK Cheese shatter / OG Kush kief final product!

Opening the jar was a treat! The aroma blend that came about from this mix was pure magic. The UK Cheese shatter is mild and piney on the scent side and the OG Kush Kief is an earthy, piney blend that proudly reflects its Kush heritage.

What the final mix produced was nothing like either of the ingredients, which was very pleasant surprise indeed. Imagine the most pleasant, soft sandlewood fragrance with the barest hint of fruity melon. Sitting and just smelling it for ten minutes made it no less sensational. If there were a cologne with that fragrance, I would buy it.

Risking my elation to get an unbiased opinion, the wife was recruited to offer her thoughts on its scent. Immediately, she had a pleasant reaction. After taking a few really good whiffs, she told me if there were an incense with that scent, she would love it. I did not share my cologne thought; why risk walking away with less than a win?

Sampling this hash was just as enjoyable. The flavour was once again a unique blend, very much tasting as it smelled with a notable exception: an added earthy, old-school hash flavour. It was smooth and mild to smoke in conservative amounts. The effect was much as I’d hoped, with a mild yet present body buzz that was very relaxing and a cerebral head high that was very suitable for energetic or mentally engaging tasks. This was a strong high. It was clear that getting engulfed in a task for long periods and losing track of time was very possible with this very potent mix.

Coming out of the first planned Gourmet Hash making session, the results are exciting and encouraging. I had hoped to come up with something unique that exceeded the qualities of the separate ingredients. In this case it was a complete win! What came out of the proverbial oven was a half a gram of unique wonder that smells and tastes amazing along with a wonderful kick.

I am naming this creation: UK SandleKush.

I very much look forward to making the next batch.

Thank you for reading. Please, feel free to comment.

Until then may you be blessed with Health, Healing and Herb.


Gourmet Hashish: And So It Begins

Homemade gourmet hashOh, the times we live in.

I was born in the sixties and started to become aware in the seventies. By the time the eighties rolled around, we were kinda lost. The hippie movement had come and gone and the biggest influencer it left behind was Cannabis. Cannabis was everywhere; even our parents smoked it. For many like myself, Cannabis itself became the culture. Merely getting high was the goal of many. For others, there was something magical and mysterious about this funny looking plant.

For the most part, any next-level Cannabis interest involves experiencing as many different kinds as possible. The early eighties most certainly provided far fewer varieties than we have today, but some of those options were every bit as potent then as the modern versions are today. In truth, things such as hash and the few different oil varieties were often far more reliable in terms of quality than the weed of the day. Back then, the weed of the day would range from dark, very earthy, pressed brick and ten dollar bread bags of leaf to buds that we would today consider tastes great, but just OK potency-wise.

peace sign made from sea shells

While weed was always easy to find, the most potent options of the day — Honey Oil, Cherry Oil and the best hash varieties — were much harder to come by. Decent hash was widespread and sometime in the mid 80’s there was a significant quality drop. What used to be a malleable, aromatic and pleasant tasting, knock-you-on-your-ass black Hash became a hard chunk that was difficult to work with and tasted like nylon brick.

Things stayed that way for many years. Good Hash rarely ever made it out of the big cities, but when it did, it was a real treat. Oddly enough, I found out during a five year adventure to the Maritimes that all the good hash was there. Perhaps that was part of the reason I stayed so long.

Fast forward to today and we find ourselves in a modern, hash lovers paradise. The varieties we have now are more numerous than at any time previous. If black sticky Hash is your preference, it can easily be found in most any dispensary. Along with the old school flavours, modern techniques such as ice and Co2 extraction allow for strain-specific varieties that combine all the best of old school Hashish with the broad range of effects found in what now number in the hundreds of Cannabis strains.

LA Confidential hash
LA Confidential Hash

I was browsing the site of my preferred dispensary and something caught my attention: While there were perhaps eight or ten varieties of Hashish, there were three or four times as many extract products. It made perfect sense. The popularity of dabbing extracts among the ‘baby bonger’ youth culture of today is not only prevalent, it is big business.

I thought it was a shame that there were not that many varieties of hash. The solution immediately followed: “Melt extracts, mix them with kief and make your own”. I very nearly dismissed the idea. Later, however, I remembered a conversation with a good friend where he was telling me how he loved the strong and different flavours of shatter. That got me wondering whether I was missing out on something because I don’t dab.

When it came time for my next dispensary order, I made some adjustments and ordered a gram of Gorilla Goo rosin and two grams of kief in two types. When the order arrived, there was a hint of excitement as I opened the package and it was time to inspect this rosin stuff. I have little experience with modern extracts; my only previous exposure was a little bit of shatter a couple of years ago and a more recent purchase of a gram of RAW distillate.

Gorilla Goo Rosin
Gorilla Goo Rosin


I opened the little jar of Gorilla Goo and released an attack on my sense of smell I was not expecting at all. It was a very strong terpene scent with all the rich wonderful overtones found in the best buds. I spent the next ten minutes just enjoying the thick rich aroma that very much reminded me of the terrific, bright smell that was produced in curing jars. So this is what I was missing! I smeared a bit on a paper so it could be sampled before mixing it. The flavours were as the odour, bright and brilliant. To a trained palette, however, there was something missing on their own. It almost tasted like the most premium flowers. Not to take anything away from it, mind you; it was very pleasurable to smoke. The taste and smell were fantastic, as was the effect.

The next day, I decided it was time to make my first, homemade, gourmet hash. I placed a gob of Gorilla Goo rosin equal to less then 1/4 gram inside a small, preheated, glass jar  and allowed it to slowly melt. Once the rosin melted, I added about an eighth of a gram of OG Kush kief to the jar and stirred it using a dab tool. The warmed rosin quickly absorbed all the kief and I gradually added more until the blob of G-hash was not sticky to the touch. The little jar was then sealed airtight and allowed to cool for 24 hours.

OG Kush Kief
OG Kush Kief

When I opened the jar, the odour was strong and very pleasing.  The smell was much the same, but somehow a little different. The chunk of hash now looked very much like a chunk of hash, except for the colour, which was a light brown/tan that did not seem to darken on the outside when handled and stored like finer grade ice hash does. The volume was considerably more than I expected and I ended up with a pretty nice chunk that was almost spot on a half gram. The texture was firm yet malleable and it softened with hand warmth. The texture was ideally suited to rolling into a long thin insert for putting inside a joint.

And Now To Smoke It

When consumed, the smell and taste are a bit richer and fuller than they were with the rosin alone. Combining the rosin with kief changes the flavour profile for the better. It tastes a bit more natural and maintains its very strong potency. Clearly, any end product is only going to be as good as the worst ingredient.

photo of gourmet hash
My gourmet blend is soft and malleable.

This initial test has created an area of interest that was unexpected, fun and exciting. There are many aspects that are of interest: How extracts are created, how kief is harvested, what combinations and methods result in the most desired end product, etc. Look for more stories in this series as we delve more into creating our own gourmet hashish from the best varieties of waxes, rosin, shatter and kief products.

Until then, may you be blessed with Health, Healing and Herb.


Storing your stash

Photo of empty glass jarA recent discussion on the impending legalization in Canada fostered an interesting thought as I looked over and saw my cigar humidor: “Bud storage is about to take a major philosophy shift“.

For many years the common approach was to simply keep your stash out of sight. To that end, storage containers had that primary goal in mind. Other considerations were only secondary.  Yet for cigars, the options for keeping them in a perfect state for consumption have been around a very long time and include fixtures that look wonderful in any furnished room.

So, how do we make the transition from false bottom pop cans and hidden compartments to visible and good looking storage solutions? The market has begun getting a sense of this coming need and has started to provide solutions. Not many, but some. I fully expect that some of the most interesting ideas will first come from individual creations.


Photo of cannabis humidor
A cannabis humidor available from Cannador

For a non concealed storage option, consider the wooden box humidor. They are available in different colors and sizes, so finding a match for your décor should not be a problem. Be sure to get one made specifically for weed use, as cigar humidors are made with Spanish cedar and those strong terpenes can affect weed flavour. There will be a need for non-concealed or furniture-style storage that does not fit the standard, cigar humidor image. Time will reveal just how that develops.

Concealed weed humidors come in a few different styles and shapes such as tool boxes or even a mini safe. Most humidors come with accessories such as a hygrometer to monitor humidity and some means of controlling humidity such as moisture absorbing materials that are specific to given moisture ranges. If a product you are considering does not have those essential features, you will need to purchase them separately.

Photo of marijuana stash box

If you have a nice homemade stash box that looks good and serves to keep your buds at the perfect humidity for smoking and preserving flavour, please email some photos of them to us and we will highlight the best ones.

Health. Healing. Herb.

Legal Weed: New Canadian Dos and Don’ts (Part 2)

Part 2: British Columbia

As expected, British Columbia will enact some of the most common sense recreational cannabis legislation in the country. As with many other provinces, British Columbia chose to make use of their own established liquor control mechanism. BC’s Liquor Distribution Branch (LBD) will manage distribution and sales.

The LBD will become the sole wholesale buyer and supplier of recreational cannabis. Retail recreational locations will only be allowed to purchase cannabis products from the LBD. It is by this means the province seeks to ensure the safety of all products sold. How this will affect things such as variety and potency are a matter of ‘time will tell’. We have already one province that is legislating a potency cap on the amount of THC to be sold recreationally; we will get into that discussion more when we get to Ontario.

There will be a series of publicly owned retail locations and an unspecified number of licensed, private retail outlets. This inclusion of the vast experience already to be found in the B.C. cannabis labour pool is, to date, the most progressive model proposed in Canada. For anyone already involved medically or otherwise, this will provide tremendous opportunities to step out of the shadows of prohibition and turn their incredibly valuable experience and know how into a societally beneficial career.

For urban areas, private or public recreational cannabis stores are not allowed to be combined with another business, such as liquor stores or pharmacies. BC does acknowledge the differing requirements of rural locations, however, and it is clear that exceptions can and will be made for rural operators.

Initially, stores will only be allowed to sell dried cannabis, cannabis oils and related accessories. It is not yet clear how they define ‘oils’, so we can only presume that will include items such as hash, rosin, shatter, distillates, etc. Current regulation limits purchases to 30 grams of dried cannabis or oil equivalent per person. Edibles will not be available until a year later. We presume this is due to a lack of large scale edible providers that can offer the type of quality control the province requires in relation to potency and established food preparation/sales requirements.

Online non-medical sales will be exclusively handled by the province. Private retail outlets are not permitted to do any online sales for recreational use.  At the time this article was written, the province was in the process of seeking e-commerce proposals; as such, it is expected that recreational online sales will not be ready by July 2018.

British Columbia will begin accepting applications for private retail recreational cannabis stores in the spring of 2018. If you are reading this and wish to get in the B.C. recreational cannabis business, it’s almost time. May the Herb be with you.

Sources:  https://news.gov.bc.ca/releases/2018AG0002-000160


Mellow Review: Grapefruit Sativa


Strain Type: Sativa 70/30

Right out of the bag, the strong terpenes intrude the senses with a strong aroma of citrus that is almost lemony. As I was breaking it up, the scent became stronger and a bit sweeter. The smell is very pleasing to the senses.

The texture was fairly dense and had the perfect amount of humidity. The nug was easy to break up into the ideal size for easy rolling. The initial taste was incredibly smooth. Combined with a very low cough tendency, it makes for a very enjoyable smoke.

Nearing the halfway point, the flavours became more pronounced and the profile changed. The namesake, Grapefruit, became much more prevalent, as that was the taste that dominated more and more through to the end.

As the effect started to kick in, it became quickly obvious this is a day tripper’s dream smoke. The head high is the only real noticeable effect, as there is little to no body high whatsoever. A nice sense of relaxed energy settled at the top of my head in what I described in my review notes as an “energetic halo like an electric mushroom cap”.

Grapefruit is a definite mood lifter and a complementary companion to anything creative. Strength and duration are both very strong; getting lost in an enjoyable task for a couple of hours would be very easy. As the day progressed, there was no real crash at all and the duration was long and slow to fade. This strain makes for an excellent day starter for mood and motivation.

Ailments that would benefit from Grapefruit fall along the typical sativa range: hunger, pain, anxiety and, in particular, depression.

Cough Index: 0.4 of 5

Taste: 4.9 of 5

Effect: 4.9 of 5

Overall: 9.5 of 10 A strong and predictable sativa.

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Mellow Review: RAW Distillate

RAW Distillate

This review was an interesting experience for an old dog who matured long before the dab and shatter generation. The most potent product we ever saw in the ’70s and ’80s was Honey Oil. RAW may look a lot like the sweet, paper grease of old, but that is where the similarities end.

I have to admit, the passionate enthusiast in me really was excited to try this as soon as it arrived. Looking at the box label and seeing the 95% THC was almost unbelievable. I’ve sampled some of the best herb there is here and there over the years. Knowing that even a 30% THC bud is not carboxylated, you might think I would have had a better sense of how potent this product would be. The truth is, I underestimated its strength.

Getting a paper ready I set out to roll a nice old-school spliff. The almost solid at room temperature RAW took a little warming to allow it to squeeze out of the nice glass syringe, and a big old gob went on the paper. One thing that stands out is the lack of odour. There are no terpenes to provide aroma, so the unflavored RAW is almost fully devoid of scent.

Once rolled and lit, the almost complete lack of taste combines with a lack of smell to give the false impression of an inert oil being smoked. A medium-strength cough trigger and thick exhaled clouds were the first real indication this was far from inert. The second came after about the one third mark of the spliff as a clean, strong high began to set in. That’s usually a good indication to stop for a bit and see what the next few minutes bring.

On this day, I was not as conservative as I should have been and kept going until about the two thirds point before stopping. By that point, a very strong head high had set in, as well as a very strong body high with full couch lock mode engaged. The next little while was spent almost stunned by how high the RAW high was.

I would not recommend strong doses of RAW if you had stuff you needed to get done. The only thing I accomplished after 30 minutes was finding something to watch on Netflix. Thirty minutes after that, I was asleep.

After an hour-and-a-half weed nap, I was awake, but foggy and was still under strong couch-lock effects. The next day, there was a very real weed hangover for the entire day. The hangover was not so much uncomfortable as it was a day in slow motion.

RAW would be a great choice for many different ailments such as pain, insomnia, anxiety and depression. I strongly suggest, however, starting with very small amounts to truly gauge personal tolerance and required effect dosing.

Cough Index: 2.0 of 5

Taste: 0 of 5

Effect: 5 of 5

Overall: 9.5 of 10

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Potential Relief for IBS Sufferers with CBD

Irritable Bowel Syndrome is a major issue for a growing segment of society. When the pain hits, the experience can range from discomfort to complete debilitation. If you suffer from IBS, you know well just how bad it can be.

I’m fascinated by the potential of using cannabis products for both pain management and healing. A recent article over at Puff Puff Post discussed the potential of CBD-infused chewing gum being used in a trial to treat IBS. The initial data suggests that CBD could be quite effective in helping sufferers manage their condition.

I think chewing gum has good potential as a delivery mechanism. Chewing releases pre-digestion enzymes that make for good bioavailability of the CBD. Additionally, chewing gum offers a slower, sustained release of CBD into the system. Instead of getting a large payload, as happens with capsule supplements, the dosage is trickled into the system over time. Slow release enables fine control over the dosage.

It will be very interesting to see the final results after all the trials are completed, but this interested bystander expects that there will be a lot of good news forthcoming. IBS sufferers may want to give CBD products a serious consideration in helping to manage their symptoms. Focus on products that are unlikely to trigger a flare-up. For example, if you have issues with wheat, CBD cookies may not be a good delivery mechanism for you, but CBD-infused butter might very well be. Experiment and find what works best for you.

CBD Gummies
CBD Gummies deliver anti-inflammatory properties without the high.

Do note that high CBD dosages may affect the intensity and duration of any THC you are likewise ingesting. As such, take care when exploring new combinations of products. It’s a good idea to sneak up on your target dosage rather than to just plough head-long into it. That’s especially the case when we’re dealing with a delicate bowel.

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Legal Weed: New Canadian Dos and Don’ts (Part 1)

Part 1: Introduction and Alberta

The most important do not is simple, do not break the law. MellowMeds does not advocate for anyone to put themselves in a position to face criminal penalties. The simplest way to avoid trouble is stay within the law, both federal and provincial. We will outline each proposed and/or passed provincial legislation, province by province, and what it means for you.

Alberta: Bill 26: An Act to Control and Regulate Cannabis (Ganley)

Alberta has bundled recreational cannabis in with the current provincial liquor and gaming laws, renaming the “Gaming and Liquor Act” to “Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis Act”. Sales and distribution will be controlled and regulated by the same body that oversees gambling and liquor, known as The Commission. All suppliers and retailers are required to be authorized and licensed through The Commission.

Age restriction requirements are the same as with alcohol and gaming, prohibited for anyone under the legal age. Anyone the age of 25 or under must be prepared to show photo identification at each visit and will be refused service without it.

Retail stores will be privately owned and licensed through The Commission. A store’s location must be approved by The Commission and cannot contravene Municipal by-laws with regard to location and hours of operation. A clause in the legislation makes a license non-grantable to any agent,  employee, member of The Commission, the board, as well as where the property owner or partial owner is any of the above. We consider these to be reasonable conflict of interest protections.

All licensed retailers will have the ability to access the same prices across the board for the same products. The result of this fixed pricing means that there will be no price advantage for larger retailers or chain stores. Those wanting to be successful will have to do it the old fashioned way: Friendly, knowledgeable staff and great service. Weed stores will sell only weed and weed-related accessories. As well, no employee is to be paid based on how much product is sold. Commission-based fast talkers don’t really fit the mellow nature of weed culture anyway.

Retailers are not allowed to enter agreements with any suppliers to promote their specific brand or product. My take is that there will be posters and displays for different items, but suppliers are not permitted to pay retailers directly or through product for promotion. All brands are equal.

Home growing has been left as deferred to the federal regulation proposed (it may pass amended) at 4 plants per household, with each plant being no more than 3 feet tall. The metric system apparently got lost with this legislation, having dropped on floor and rolled under the couch like a seed.

Permitted smoking locations are to be the same as with tobacco.

A change to  the laws gives police the authority to seize a vehicle if cannabis is found in it along with a concealed weapon or explosives. So, stick to the comfort of home. Bongs, not bombs! Also, don’t leave your weed lying around. Should a police officer find some weed with ‘no apparent owner’, he/she can confiscate it. You can get it back if you prove legitimate ownership,  but do you really want to be that person calling the Alberta courts asking how to go about getting your stinky buds back? Me neither! 🙂

For Albertans, this will be a welcome addition to the retail marketplace. With privately licensed retail stores, there will be a wide variety of styles and locations. A great deal of new jobs will be created and experienced ‘BudTenders’ will be in demand. Private ownership is good for smaller local economies and it will prove to be a steady source of employment, community support and involvement. Stoners are, after all, a kind, social bunch.

Good job, Alberta.

You can read the proposed bill yourself here >> http://www.assembly.ab.ca/ISYS/LADDAR_files/docs/bills/bill/legislature_29/session_3/20170302_bill-026.pdf

By Echando una mano – Coat of arms of the province of Alberta in the Canadian Heraldic Authority site, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=56626163

Mellow Review: Sour Puss Sativa

Sour Puss

Strain Type: Sativa

This review was a ‘savour every aspect’ experience from the very start. Upon opening the pouch, there was a strong, earthy-flowery smell that was very pleasant. A dense layer of bright clear trichomes that sparkled in bright light made for a very pretty sight.

Breaking up the nug released a very strong, almost skunky aroma. The mix of light and dark greens were almost blended together by the heavy crystal coating. Getting it rolled was made easy due to it breaking up just the right amount and the initial smooth soft flavour was very pleasant.  Subtle herb garden would be how I could best describe it, with an almost-sweet aftertaste.

The burn was medium duration and was very even, leaving a light ash.  Putting  down the doobie would see itself extinguish fairly quickly. Like all the best strains, the flavour profile changed as it burned, with hints of mint and a nutty taste that became stronger as the end neared.

The high comes on a bit slow, but isn’t quite a creeper, so it won’t sneak up on you. Very heady is the best description, as there is little body effect while being very mentally uplifting.  Do not, however, let the slow approach have you believe this strain is anything but a Mack truck. While it may be slow to kick in, it kicks in hard. For 10 minutes after I finished smoking, the high became more and more intense. Had I smoked the whole thing, I would likely have ended up binge watching Netflix and propping up microwave popcorn stocks.

In moderate amounts, this would be a great companion to a nice dinner and good conversation. If you are looking to become Forrest Gump for a couple of hours, however this would be a good way to get there.

Anti-anxiety and appetite-stimulant requirements would be well met with this strain. Pain and depression sufferers would also find this beneficial.

Cough index: 1 of 5

Taste: 4.5 of 5

Effect: 4.8 of 5

Overall: 9 of 10 A very enjoyable strain.

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