This is a very visually-striking sample, with its strong green color and copious trichome coverage. We did find a tiny green seed floating around, but it was an isolated incident — other than that, it was well-cared for and arrived nicely dry and cured. The trichomes were mainly clear and cloudy with hardly any ambers.
A chemical lemon smell with a pine tinge was the main smell, but there were also notes of skunk. It was never very pungent however, and almost seemed to get less pungent after the grind when it turned into almost nothing but lemons… hard to place really.
Earthy cirtus at first, receding into a less-pleasant almost hickory wood taste. One reviewer mentioned a vaguely metallic tone by the end, but all agreed that it took a nosedive after the first two hits. Maybe the taste degradation can be explained by the medium gray ash that was leftover, indicating a possible flush issue. There’s the potential for something very nice here, but it didn’t really come out as it could have.
(We are NOT doctors – personal opinion ONLY) Anti-fatigue, appetite stimulation, physical motivation
The effects were a bit puzzling and very unpredictable… they also weren’t particularly enjoyable for the majority of our review staff. It was a little too rushy and anxious for most, with one reviewer complaining of a headache and mild dizziness both times he medicated with it. The second half was a little more enjoyable and calming… It wasn’t really for us, but some people who struggle with fatigue may appreciate the electric jolt it provides. Definitely not recommended for those who suffer from anxiety or require a lot of body relaxation and pain relief. The other parts of the package were all solid but not spectacular — this is an above-average sample, but certainly excels in the niche of “racy Sativas”.
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