This strain was a pale frosty green that looked almost yellow, with lots of long light orange pistils. It wasn’t loaded with trichs, but they were certainly evident upon closer inspection and contributed to the yellowish cast. It was rather dry and not particularly dense, so it crumbled when heavily handled.
A non-descript woody and herby (like bay leaves or actual sage) smell when in the jar gave way to a more exciting almost sweet citrus-pine that our reviewers weren’t expecting and enjoyed greatly when the sample was ground or cut up. Average pungency made this one a fairly average sample smell-wise, but it was certainly a solid example of the strain.
There was some disagreement here – one reviewer enjoyed the taste and remarked that it was better than the previous S.A.G.E. from Wellspring
, while the other simply did not enjoy it, possibly just as a matter of personal preference. The flavor was much like the smell, with woody and herby flavors but also a slightly sweet component to finish. It was moderately harsh but burned to a nice extremely light gray ash, indicating a solid flush.
(We are NOT doctors – personal opinion ONLY) Mild pain relief, relaxation, possible ocular relief (since it was so eye-focused).
A strong initial hit followed by 2-2.5 hours of solid hybrid body relief and relaxation, this strain definitely displayed both sides of its lineage. The strong and cerebral head high gave way to a more Indica-feeling relaxed body profile after about 30-45 minutes and maintained that throughout the duration. Basically average in terms of effects (but not in a bad way), it provided balanced relief and would be enjoyed by most patients who aren’t concerned too much about taste or smell and aren’t looking for serious pain relief.
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