It was almost hard to see the strain underneath all the light strawberry-colored pistils that seemed to cover 90% of the bud’s surface. Underneath though, there were a good amount of ambered trichomes (25% or more in areas) and it was slightly more impressive than to the naked eye. This strain appeared to be rather wispy in growth… not sure if that’s a genetic trait or something to do with this particular grow, but it was still well-dried and it didn’t hamper the experience.
Mostly sour and citrusy (as is expected with a NYCD cross), this strain was pleasing to the nose and also carried notes of soil along with a slight vegetal sweetness that came out especially after grinding. It didn’t smell like much of anything in the bag though and was only pungent after being handled.
Though it was exceedingly smooth, this strain really did not please us taste-wise… just a bad combination of woody and hashy flavors that tasted almost like smoking stems. It left a murky-looking dark gray ash in the bowl, indicating that perhaps an inadequate flush was to blame for the flavor, even though there was no audible sizzling or snapping when it was lit.
(We are NOT doctors – personal opinion ONLY) Body relaxation, pain relief, general relaxation, appetite stimulation, mood elevation.
Though the taste was a big turn-off, this strain was still enjoyable and provided a nicely balanced package of Indica effects without many of the downsides often associated with them (tiredness, inability to function, etc.). The body relief it provided was great for moderate pain the mental effects were never too strong or uncomfortable. A good middle-of-the-road Indica compromise that won’t knock you out but still provided solid relief from daily aches and pains while putting a smile on your face.
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