Thought it was made up of smaller, oddly-shaped buds, this sample was absolutely beautiful once looked at up-close. This Bogglegum was totally loaded with fat-headed trichomes that seemed to hit just about perfect harvest timing, with plenty of visible ambers. The frosty appearance made the buds look almost white in the hand, broken up by occasional darker green leaves and red/orange/yellow pistils. No real flaws were noticed on this one — basically a perfect grow, though the lineage of this strain would suggest it should have larger, more full nugs.
A sugary, slightly creamy sweetness is the main bag/jar smell, and we can definitely see where the bubble gum comes into play. After grinding, a most robust and musky smell comes out, with notes of soil, earth, and vegetation overtaking the sweetness for the most part. It was an average pungency sample, neither stinking up the room nor going unnoticed.
Two reviewers struggled a bit to get a good taste read on this sample, but the one who seemed to get the most picked up on a taste that was very much similar to the smell, namely a soil-dominant attack, followed by a sugary, floral, sweet quality that lingered on the tongue and in the throat. Though the taste was great, it was a bit elusive — still, the smoke was extremely smooth yet expansive. The final ash was nearly white, with only a little bit of medium gray — very good flush.
(We are NOT doctors – personal opinion ONLY) General relaxation (mental and physical), minor pain relief (especially hand joints/arthritis), anti-anxiety, some appetite stimulation, some nausea relief, and mood stabilization.
As with many of the high-THC% samples we’ve had, it seems that the potency mostly translates into a longer duration rather than a “woah!” type of experience to start — this Bogglegum carried on for a very long time (especially at higher doses) and held its potency at an above-average level for quite a while. If the peak potency were a little higher, it would’ve been an easy A, but it just didn’t grab all of our review staff with its effects, which were mostly just base relaxation and a slight uptick in cerebral activity. The grow was nearly flawless, the sample was rather beautiful, the smell and taste both were above-average and enjoyable… it was just one of those strains that might never get into the upper-echelon of modern medical cannabis, as this seems to be pretty much its genetic potential. Try it out if you like a fairly functional Indica with a sweet soil taste that holds its potency for a long time — it’s recommended most for intermediate patients.
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