Absolutely loaded with trichs, this sample screams potency when you just look at it. It’s rather light in color for a Hashplant-hybrid, with a verdant light green and orange pistils as the primary colors… they’re all so frosty it looks nearly white though. Mainly cloudy trichs were present, and it leaves a little dusty trail wherever it goes due to the sheer amount of crystals.
This strain has an interesting musky vegetal smell that reminded one reviewer of leaves, but it also had just a slight sweetness that had notes of overripe fruit (mangoes sometimes have that same astringent, overripe smell). It was moderately pungent but isn’t really a strain that will sell based on the smell alone… still pretty nice though, and fairly unique.
Maybe the smoothest-smoking Hashplant hybrid any of us has come across, this one was absolutely velvety on the throat and almost felt like water vapor. However, like many other Hashplant hybrids, it was basically a blend of not-so-amazing tastes that included smoke, hash, earth, and spice. Nothing that we really love, but basically what is to be expected from a Hashplant cross… only rare crosses will escape that fate it seems. Not too expansive, this one would be great for people who can’t handle much coughing…
(We are NOT doctors – personal opinion ONLY) Pain/tension relief, general relaxation, mood elevation, hypertension
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While the look was simply on another level, this strain was a very solid above-average experience in the other areas. We never really expected much in the taste.smell areas since it’s a Hashplant cross, and that worked out about as expected. The trichome coverage was a little bit misleading, as this strain was never overpoweringly strong or particularly long-lasting — however, it provided balanced relief and relaxation for the pains of a normal day while also giving a little uptick in mood and general feeling of well-being. For such a strongly Indica cross, it was rather clear-headed and functional, making it suitable for pain relief and relaxation when in professional situations and other times a patient doesn’t want to be super-medicated mentally.