With a pale almost gray-green cast to it, this sample wasn’t that attractive to the naked eye. Once examined up close, it showed off a fairly thick coverage of fairly well-preserved trichomes that were at the peak of ripeness. The nug was a very long and slender one, which was unusual given what we’ve seen from Master Kush in the past (fairly large, round, pine-cone type nugs), making it fairly unique.
Slightly grassy-smelling and lacking real pungency, this sample had a little slightly sweet citrus twang, but was mostly in the musky vein. We didn’t particularly enjoy this one, it was only just solid — though it was a sample that you could likely carry around with you in mixed company and not raise an eyebrow.
Taste-wise, this one was a fairly spice-heavy Kush with hints of backing sweet citrus. Overall though it wasn’t very pungent and most of the staff struggled to draw much flavor out of it beyond the flavor of smoke. The smoke itself burned the throat and nose slightly when exhaled but burned away to a standard-looking medium gray ash — not the most enjoyable smoke overall.
(We are NOT doctors – personal opinion ONLY) Strong body relaxation qualities, pain relief, mental relaxation, mood elevation, and possible sleep aid as it wore on.
In all we felt that this was an average medical-grade Master Kush — it lasted a long time at fairly high levels but never really surprised us with potency or its effect. A somewhat energetic start faded quickly into what we expected from this med, which is Indica-dominant Afghani relaxation. We wished the bag appeal was better across the board, as it did seem well-grown and cared for, but it just didn’t “grab” us with it look, taste, or smell. Despite that, we would recommend this med to users who like moderate potency Indica strains but want them to last a long time. We think this is most suitable for an after-work relaxation med, especially when dealing with back pain and other daily inflammation.
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