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Another sample that simply screams “Sativa”, this one had solid structure even though it was light overall, with some pretty foxtailing. Lime green with a variety of pistil coloring (yellow to dark red), it was certainly an attractive sample, especially with its dense trichome coverage. We found a full-sized viable-looking seed, but otherwise didn’t see signs of stress or any tiny seeds. The harvest appeared slightly early by our standards, but perhaps the grower knows something about this strain’s timing that we don’t.
It mostly just smelled vegetal in the jar, reminding one reviewer of a live tomato plant… However, when it was crushed or ground, it released a much more pungent citrus-tinged smell with hints of garlic/musk. Not a ton here, we wish it was more noticeable and/or unique.
Most of us just got the taste of smoke and burning vegetation with this strain (often called “earthy”), but there were hints of a flavor that was in the citrus-pine mold that came out on the very first hits but faded as quickly as it arrived. The final ash was a fluffy very light gray, indicating a near-perfect flush, while the smoke itself was both moderately harsh and moderately expansive… it made us cough a bit.
(We are NOT doctors – personal opinion ONLY) Energy to start, strong ocular attention throughout, showed promise with appetite and digestion issues, mood elevation, and some muscle relaxation properties.
Another hybrid with a mixed bag of effects, this one was certainly potent to start, but it was so unpredictable as an overall experience that it was tough to nail it down. One reviewer really liked it and said it was one of the better Sativa experiences he’s had lately, while others couldn’t overlook the lack of smell/taste and weren’t wowed by the effects. This is one of those strains that if you like either parent strain, you’ll probably enjoy it — but don’t expect a linear experience… you might get a surprise or two. We’d like to see this hybrid trend towards one side or the other more than it does currently — not quite enough Haze, not quite enough Wheelchair for a totally satisfying top-level experience.View All Product Reviews