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HNH Rocks from Hand n Hand Patient Care Review – OCWeedReview.Com

Posted by | August 16, 2016 | Cannabis Review, OCWeedReview.Com, Reviews, Strain Reviews

HNH Rocks from Hand n Hand Patient Care Review – OCWeedReview.Com

Moonrocks have taken the California cannabis market by storm the last few years, as the industry searches for ever more inventive ways to up the potency factor of marijuana.

Like the turducken of marijuana, moonrocks layer incredible ingredients for an unmistakable experience. Hand n Hand Patient Care offers their own custom made moonrocks called HNH Rocks with strain specific bud, wax, and kief for unique combinations found nowhere else. HNH Rocks start with buds of HNHPC’s top shelf flower, which are then coated in oil and rolled in kief to complete the effect. Once cured, these dense nuggets pack a dark matter like weight into the tiniest bowls. You are sure to embarrass every other bag at the sesh when you pulls these out.

Moonrocks, as a general rule, are a bit tricky to work with. Sticky and tight, breaking them up by hand can be difficult. Scissors or a knife or even a steel grinder makes things a whole lot easier. Your bowl will smolder after a hit, so it’s best to try to cash it in one rip. We primarily smoked HNH Rocks out of our bong to help facilitate large hits. But they also aren’t bad blended with other flower and thrown into a joint or a blunt for an enhanced smoke.

Some of the most potent buds available, moonrocks are best for kept for experienced smokers, but anyone can smoke them responsibly if they are aware of the potency. Moonrocks provide a strong high, heavy and thorough, that is felt throughout the body. As the strains change with each batch, keep an eye on the HNHPC Weedmaps menu to see what they have in stock.

HNH Rocks are available exclusively at Hand n Hand Patient Care.

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From The Earth Deadpool OG Review by OCWeedReview.Com

Posted by | March 21, 2016 | Cannabis Review, Marijuana Review, OCWeedReview.Com, Reviews, Strain Reviews

From The Earth Deadpool OG Review by OCWeedReview.Com

Ever wonder who grows your medicine or how much your budtender really knows about the strains they are suggesting?  Well, in the case of From The Earth’s Deadpool OG, the details will please you.  Expertly grown by one of From The Earth’s expert budtenders, this classic OG Kush cut is meticulously cultivated for a fully defined OG experience.

Named after everyone’s favorite foul-mouthed Marvel assassin, Deadpool OG isn’t a genetically affected hybrid or a fancy OG cut given an unnecessarily complicated backstory.  Instead, Deadpool OG is is just a carefully grown natural OG.  This care includes specific attentions to detail, such as adding lemon juice to the soil to balance the ph and help ensure the flowering plants uptake the nutrients needed to grow to their fullest.

Because it is so scrupulously grown, the individual characteristics of this plant are all the more pronounced.  The bud’s dark forest greenery contains no shortage of trichomes across its surface.  The nuggets are dense and conical, like bushy xmas trees.  But then they break up chunky and sticky like a lemony sativa.  Surprisingly sticky, actually.  And fragrant.  Leaving the fingers tacky and odorous.  The piney lemon of classic OGs is strong in the scent profile, but I also picked up plenty of myrcene as a dominant terpene with hints of hops and lemongrass.

Deadpool OG is an absolute cure for stress and anxiety — a vacation day in a pop top.  The wellbeing generated by this high is second to none and shows what made OG Kush popular in the first place. It is obviously listed as indica dominant (high levels of myrcene can be sedating) but don’t be surprised if it feels energetic at first before settling into an all over comfortable feeling.  A top of the line OG in my book, like Deadpool, it has superhuman healing abilities: specifically, its capacity for decimating anxiety and tension held in the muscles and joints.

Find this and other great strains at From The Earth in Santa Ana.

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Fruity Pebbles from PSA Review by OCWeedReview.Com

Posted by | July 26, 2015 | Cannabis Review, Marijuana Review, OCWeedReview.Com, Strain Reviews

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Fruity Pebbles from PSA Review by OCWeedReview.Com

Growing up, when I didn’t want to eat what was being served to our family, my mother always had the same response: “I only cook once.  Don’t like it?  Eat some cereal.”  And so I did.  Meal after meal, chances were high I’d be gnoshing on some Cheerios, Frankenberry, or Apple Jacks.  All these years later, little has changed, and bowls of fruity cereal still make up a significant portion of my diet.  So to be finally getting my hands on Fruity Pebbles from PSA, a strain I’ve coveted for some time, is more than satisfying.

Although Fruity Pebbles is generally accepted as exhibiting a vague set of genetics, the Alien Genetics version uses a breeding of Green Ribbon x GDP and Tahoe OG x Alien Kush for their Fruity Pebbles OG, giving us a reliable starting point.  The sight of these frosty, multi-hued buds from PSA alone is enough to earn their namesake, rich with purple and green and orange.  Add in the fruity scent and flavor, and you have one uniquely distinct strain. Defined by heapings of the ripe dark berry Purp-Terp flavor, Fruity Pebbles has a fruit smoothie like taste in the green hit.

Thanks to the variety of heavy indicas in play here, Fruity Pebbles is characterized by loads of body relaxation, marked by an easiness in the shoulders.  Chronic pain is also diminished as muscles and joints are lulled into relief.  A touch drowsy after the peak, Fruity Pebbles would make do for mild bouts of insomnia.  It isn’t all about the body relief, though.  Pain relief is accompanied by a subtle mood elevation, without the cerebral rush, helping chronic patients battle through the day.

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Dutch Treat from PSA Medical Marijuana Review by OCWeedReview.Com

Posted by | April 24, 2015 | Cannabis Review, Reviews, Strain Reviews

Dutch Treat from PSA Medical Marijuana Review by OCWeedReview.Com

While the genetics of Dutch Treat are unconfirmed, its desirability as a strain certainly isn’t.  Coming to us from Amsterdam, where it has gained quantified fame, Dutch Treat is only just beginning to be recognized in California as a superior indica dominant strain–a feat unaided by our unfaltering love for all things OG.  However, as more and more patients give it a chance, it is inevitable that it will become a part of California’s rather impressive pantheon of strains.

When I opened my pop top container after getting my eighth of Dutch Treat home, I was hit with a blast of candied citrus.  There is also a desert flora scent, like sage or eucalyptus.  The buds were incredibly sticky, due in no short part to the khaki colored trichomes encrusted across the surface.  Under this fuzziness is a dark green, oddly shaped nugget.  Instead of the typical conical shape to the buds, these had strange fingers poking out like alien appendages at odd angles.

Dutch Treat offers a strong indica lean, with some claiming it to be up to 80% indica.  However, it is not without its sativa mood enhancement.  I found it to be good for early evening as you unwind with a book or your favorite network crime drama.  You will experience great relief from work stress, and the anxiety and depression that can follow.  Secondary medical effects can be relief from minor aches and pains and a slight push of drowsiness to help mild insomnia, confirming my recommendation of late day use.

$50/ eighth

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1536 E. Warner Ave. Suite B

Santa Ana, CA

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Cherry Pie from Strictly OG Strain Review | OCWeedReview.Com

Posted by | April 11, 2015 | Cannabis Review, Marijuana Review, OCWeedReview.Com, Reviews, Strain Reviews

Cherry Pie from Strictly OG Strain Review | OCWeedReview.Com

Growing up in the 80’s, I loved hair metal songs for, among other things, their gratuitously sexual overtones, and one of the most overtly sexual was Warrant’s Cherry Pie.  Starting with the album cover and continuing through to the video, this song oozed a sort of dirty lustfulness.  Cherry Pie is an equally sexy strain.  With genetics pulling from Grand Daddy Purp (indica) x Durban Poison (sativa) with a possible cross of OG Kush with the Durban, she’s been blessed with all the right genes.

These Cherry Pie buds were a combination of sweet and tart, drawing on both the dark berry from GDP and a lighter earthy sweetness from the Durban.  It is almost candy sweet and sticky on the fingers.  When looking at the nuggets, there are some dark greenery accents mixed along hand trimmed buds.  This Cherry Pie has golden blond hairs and creamy trichomes.  Aesthetically one of the most interesting strains I’ve seen, it is gorgeous flowers like this that made me start this site in the first place.

Prior to reviewing this Cherry Pie, I had been smoking Strictly OG’s Blue Dream.  When the Cherry Pie’s effects took over, the change was immediate and distinct.  There was a weird back and forth struggle in the high’s characteristics, and the mixed Cherry Pie genetics seemed to be pulling me strongly up and strongly down.  Unlike the Blue Dream, which seems to give a soft, balanced high, the smoothest aspects of each parent strain, Cherry Pie takes the most intense characteristics of each parent and pits them against each other.  In the end, the Durban’s caffeine like rush is subdued by the narcotic high of the GDP, creating effects perfect for anxiety, mild pain, or PTSD.

Order this and other great strains from Strictly OG.

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Sour Diesel x Grand Daddy Purp Strain Review | OCWeedReview.Com

Posted by | April 11, 2015 | Cannabis Review, Marijuana Review, OCWeedReview.Com, Reviews, Strain Reviews

Bill Gates and Paul Allen.  Fish and Chips.  Brangelina.  All are iconic pairings in people’s minds.  And I’m fast imagining a world where the same holds true for Sour Diesel and Grand Daddy Purp.  Like when the Beatles met Bob Dylan, here is an encounter between two famous strains that do what they do exceptionally well, doing it well together.  And like when Bob met the Brits, everyone involved is sure to end up stoned.

As mentioned before, this bud combines two legendary strains.  Starting with Ken Estes’ creation, GDP is a breeding of Purple Urkle x Big Bud.  A patient favorite and not just because of its interesting coloring, Grand Daddy Purp is an exemplary indica, used for a wide variety of physical symptoms.  On the other end of the spectrum is Sour Diesel, of preeminent NYC fame.  This is the strain I grew up on, getting my start on the East Coast, and it fueled my preference for sativas that I still carry today.

This hybrid offered some detailed coloration in its bud, but not a lot of the deep purple you might expect from a Purple Urkle strain.  There were plenty of dark purple hairs, though.  And when broken up, there was an obvious lavender purple hue mixed with the faintly toned greens.  There were tons of purple terps in the flavor profile, overpowering Sour D’s fuel smell.  That makes for a mildly sweet, over-ripe berry that carried well past the green hit.  As with the entire flower menu from Strictly OG, this harvest consists of perfectly picked buds that are heavy with creamy trichomes.

Strictly OG gave me several near 50/50 hybrids in their sample bags, but the SD x GDP was one of my favorites.  Sour D’s strongly energetic and cerebrally intuitive high is immediate.  However, it doesn’t take long for GDP’s classic euphoric body buzz and mind melt, perfect for sedation and pain control, to kick in.  Hitting on a full range of effects, this hybrid touches the near perfect balance for which most patients are looking.

Order this and other top shelf strains from Strictly OG.

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Platinum OG Strain Review

Posted by | February 22, 2015 | Reviews, Strain Reviews

Platinum — one of the rarest of the elements present in the earth’s crust– is largely non-reactive and, therefore, noble.  It is this combination of rarity and ability to resist corrosion that makes platinum one of the most expensive metals on earth.  In level of prestige, platinum reliably ranks above gold, making it the metal of choice for both CEO’s and rappers alike and one step behind diamond in my frequent flyer program.  Thankfully, this world of exclusivity is now open to the other 98% of us.  A hybrid of Master Kush (Hindu Kush x Skunk) and OG Kush, Platinum OG embodies the refined features indica connoisseurs pursue.

The first thing you notice about this strain aesthetically is the odd, alien shaped nugs, similar to what was seen in the Dutch Treat we reviewed late last year, with fingers pointing every which way.  The buds were a very light, bright green, like if pale could glow.  The entire flower was covered in creamy tan trichomes, perfectly timed in their harvest to produce the highest quality medication.  The scent was woody, and the flavor profile in the green hit was OG’s familiar earthy sweet flavor. There was also just a pinch of citrus and a follow of pine or redwood groves.

Platinum OG is best categorized by its increasingly sedative high.  Just when I thought the high couldn’t build anymore, it would put me down in a way that until recently only a fat dab could.  You can feel the weighty gravity of this strain in the shoulders immediately, that couchy Hindu Kush feeling, and it was the dominant effect.  However, the pairing of Skunk in Master Kush is wildly cerebral in its way, giving the stoney nature a thoughtful, dreamlike characteristic.  And as always, SoCal’s favorite OG Kush defies its naming with its mellow but capable high.  This strain has lots of cooks in the kitchen, but the Hindu Kush dominates across the range of the high, meaning Platinum OG is best placed in the late evening strain category, when its effects can be fully enjoyed.

Enjoy this and other top shelf strains from Strictly OG.

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Dutch Treat Marijuana Strain Review

Posted by | September 28, 2014 | Reviews, Strain Reviews

Dutch Treat Marijuana Strain Review

While the genetics of Dutch Treat are unconfirmed, its desirability as a strain certainly isn’t.  Coming to us from Amsterdam, where it has gained quantified fame, Dutch Treat is only just beginning to be recognized in California as a superior indica dominant strain–a feat unaided by our unfaltering love for all things OG.  However, as more and more patients give it a chance, it is inevitable that it will become a part of California’s rather impressive pantheon of strains.

When I opened my pop top container after getting my eighth of Dutch Treat home, I was hit with a blast of candied citrus.  There is also a desert flora scent, like sage or eucalyptus.  The buds were incredibly sticky, due in no short part to the khaki colored trichomes encrusted across the surface.  Under this fuzziness is a dark green, oddly shaped nugget.  Instead of the typical conical shape to the buds, these had strange fingers poking out like alien appendages at odd angles.

Dutch Treat offers a strong indica lean, with some claiming it to be up to 80% indica.  However, it is not without its sativa mood enhancement.  I found it to be good for early evening as you unwind with a book or your favorite network crime drama.  You will experience great relief from work stress, and the anxiety and depression that can follow.  Secondary medical effects can be relief from minor aches and pains and a slight push of drowsiness to help mild insomnia, confirming my recommendation of late day use.

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Jedi OG Marijuana Strain Review

Posted by | September 19, 2014 | Reviews, Strain Reviews

Jedi OG Marijuana Strain Review

When I was younger, I had the Star Wars action figure case shaped like Darth Vader’s helmet.  It was chock full of all the original characters in movable plastic.  Long ago, it disappeared as toys tend to when their owners leave home for college.  And although if I still owned that case I could sell them and retire early, I must be satisfied with the nostalgia this strain brings me.

I couldn’t find information on Jedi OG, but I was able to find genetics for Jedi Kush: a hybrid of Death Star and SFV OG.  Death Star can be further broken down to Sour D and Sensi Star.  This at least creates a base to begin to understand its effects.  Odds are about even that this Jedi OG is either just a misnamed Jedi Kush or a hybrid of an OG and Jedi Kush.

Jedi OG is a fantastically complex mural of green hues: among them a kelly green so dark it was almost blue.  Across the bud are rich, espresso brown hairs and a creamy frosting of trichomes.  Reminiscent of an exotic spice market, the scent is all black tea and spice.  It is every bit a sensuous bud that will entice you to light up as soon as you experience it.

An indica high all the way, Jedi OG will have your head in space but your body locked firmly on the couch.  Good for a late night comedown, it will help with light insomnia symptoms, but it’s not enough for an immediate knockout.  Red eyed and dazed, Jedi OG’s high is best described by the word stoned and is that stereotypical burnt out high.  Although it may not seem like that would have medical applications, this type of disconnecting high is perfect for anxiety or PTSD.

 

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Green Crack Marijuana Strain Review

Posted by | September 12, 2014 | Reviews, Strain Reviews

Green Crack Marijuana Strain Review

When looking to demonize marijuana, people will often refer to the somewhat comical names strains seem to take on:Durban Poison, Alaskan Thunder Fuck, Trainwreck.  However, the top on their list and the strain decried by activists as the worst example of stoner culture is Green Crack.  This is a great injustice to such a solid indica and perennial crowd favorite.

The first thing you notice about this bud is its not-too-sweet mango juiciness and sensuous tropical flower scent.  A mai tai in a bud, it is one of the few truly flavorful strains for taste hunters out there.  The nuggets themselves were conical and dense, and mostly dark green.  Pumpkin orange hairs grew in patches, while the entire bud frosted over with trichromes.

Green Crack offers an engaging, cerebral rush.  There was a foundation of creative thought and an engagement of the senses.  I found it to be a quintessential daytime strain.  There was no letdown and no lock– the very definition of invigorating.  Green Crack can be like work fuel when faced with a long and arduous day, and I’d recommend it for depression or to boost your spirit in the face of an endless workload.

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Ed Rosenthal Super Bud Marijuana Strain Review

Posted by | September 5, 2014 | Reviews, Strain Reviews

Ed Rosenthal Super Bud Marijuana Strain Review

Grow guru and cannabis activist, Ed Rosenthal, knows marijuana: putting in years of work as a cultivator, authoring several books, and writing numerous articles for High Times over two decades.  So when Mr. Rosenthal spends the time to breed the perfect flower, you know it’s going to be good.  A most methodically perfected Sativa leaning strain, Super Bud has been meticulously crafted over many generations, achieving a paramount balance of desired effects.

This harvest offered light green buds with creamsicle orange hairs and a nice cream colored frosting of perfectly picked trichromes.  The nuggets were dry and under-trimmed, but the impressions of a significant strain were present.  The scent was mildly minty and strongly citrus.  The taste was like an orange Tic-Tac.   All of this was lost after the green hit.

Ed Rosenthal Super Bud, as stated above, was designed specifically to create a harmony of effects.  The high left me completely capable and aware.  There was also an uplifted personality to the strain that made for a pleasant glow to all my interactions.  Although heady, this sativa leaning high also included a textualized body buzz– ideal for relaxation and pain relief, without leaving you locked in place.  There are many strains on the market that claim to have achieved a perfect balance of effects, but none accomplished it in such an appealing and encompassing manner.

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Northern Lights Marijuana Strain Review

Posted by | September 1, 2014 | Reviews, Strain Reviews

Northern Lights Marijuana Strain Review

Northern Lights is one of the classic Afghani indicas–a favored landrace for its quick flowering time and potent physical effects.  Manifesting itself in several prominent phenotypes, Northern Lights also acts as a base in many popular strains, such as Super Silver Haze, Big Bud, G-13, and Hash Plant.

First whiffs of Northern Lights produce a pungent musk and some warm baking spice. There is also an old bark scent. All this combines for a richness that is like the outdoors after a rainfall.  There are also under notes of sweet citrus that offer it just a dash of lightness.  The mostly conical buds were a bit dry, but broke up full and fluffy.  The smoke was smooth, almost soothing in the throat, minimizing smoker’s fatigue.

Northern Lights produces immediate body effects.  It is lazy without being locking, making it a rare daytime indica, like a Romulan.  It is also powerfully psychedelic for an indica–most likely because contemporary Northern Lights has been crossed with a Thai landrace sativa.  I hate when euphoric is used to describe a high, but Northern Lights is actually euphoric, generating a delightful sense of wellbeing.  Like a vacation day, it is easy going and carefree.  It is not terribly productive, but it is engaging and thoughtful.  These effects, along with a looseness in the joints and muscles, helps sooth away anxiety, while the psychosomatic effects provide contentment and relief from depression.

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Candy Jack Strain Marijuana Strain Review

Posted by | August 29, 2014 | Reviews, Strain Reviews

Candy Jack Strain Marijuana Strain Review

All my resources point to Candy Jack being a sweeter phenotype of J-1, thus making it a hybrid of Jack Herer and Skunk #1, two of the most sought after sativas on the market.  I’ve reviewed J-1 in the past and couldn’t say enough positive things about it.  My expectation for this variation is understandably as high as I hope it will make me.

My 2 grams were made up of small, insignificant buds.  Weak and spindly looking as they were, even I must admit that it is hard to get those big 5 gram nuggets when you donate for only 2 grams.  Regardless of their look, the buds were quite sticky and excelled in their sugary lemon scent and flavor.  Combined with its slight astringent aftertaste, and you get a sweet variation of rather classic Jack Herer traits.

Candy Jack provides an active and cerebral high–very capable and clear minded.  There isn’t much haze, but expect a significant head rush.  I preferred this strain as an effective afternoon medication.  I did suffer occasional bouts of daydreaming, or as I like to call them, brainstorming.  However, Candy Jack provides great sensory engagement, so it could work equally well for a concert or during a day out exploring.

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Space Queen Marijuana Strain Review

Posted by | August 22, 2014 | Reviews, Strain Reviews

Space Queen Marijuana Strain Review

Growing up in the 80’s, I was enraptured with all things space, the logical boyhood graduation from dinosaurs.  While most of my fellow boy scouts were starting fires and paddling canoes, I was earning my Astronomy merit badge and dreaming of lifeforms from among the stars. And although I never discovered any celestial civilizations all those years ago, I still get to hang out with galactic royalty.

In reality, Space Queen is a cross between Romulan, a physically calming indica, and Cinderella 99, an energetic daytime hybrid.  Bringing these two strains together creates a dynamic hybrid capable of helping you to survive the most stressful of days.

The buds were super fluffy and dotted by long, citrus orange hairs.  Because of their loose, gossamer structure and lack of any real stickiness, these nuggets were a joy to handle, and I placed the grinder aside for this eighth, choosing to break up the buds by hand.  Cinderella 99 dominates the scent profile for this strain.  There was a honey sweet smell, almost acrid like Queen Bee, and a fresh pineapple topical quality.  Romulan’s earthy pine was completely overpowered here.

Space Queen has a slight indica lean.  But with its stoney, dreamlike high and giggly personality, you certainly wouldn’t know it.  It was good for watching tv or otherwise unwinding, without giving in to couch lock.  I found myself treating this strain like a cup of coffee after dinner to carry me along until bedtime.  There was plenty of creative thought, but Space Queen made it hard to concentrate–creativity better suited for conversation outside on the patio than preparing a new project at work.  There was minor pain relief, but most of the physical relief came in a dense comfort, like being draped in a thick, heavy blanket.

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Super J-1 Marijuana Strain Review

Posted by | August 21, 2014 | Reviews, Strain Reviews

Super J-1 Marijuana Strain Review

J-1 has long been a sought after hybrid of Skunk #1 x Jack Herer.  This isn’t just plain jane J-1, though.  This is Super J-1.  I’ve addressed this before with other strains, but what makes this particular J-1 “super”?  It could be that it’s mixed with Super Skunk.  Maybe it’s J-1 bred with Super Silver Haze.  It’s just as likely that it is just a moniker to draw attention.  Or it could even be a comment of this harvest’s potency–which I could certainly understand.

When I open the jar, I get a rush of citrus, supporting the Super Silver Haze theory.  There are also hints of PineSol ammonia.  This bud is Sticky, with a capital S.  After breaking up a bowl, my hands were still sticky after washing hands twice.  Hours apart.  The smell is mimicked by a spicy pine and citrus taste.  I’ve been saving this eighth, savoring it with tiny tastes at a time.  You can’t roll of blunt of Super J-1.  Well… I mean.  You can.  But I wouldn’t.  You bring this out at intimate moments, like an expensive cognac, for dinner parties or at the end of a date.  It’s just that special.

J-1’s high was cerebral and engaging.  You knew when it kicked in, which is on the first hit, and it took hold of you from there on out.  Rarely do I experience a strain that can loop me in a single bowl, but Super J-1 has what it takes.  There is a shocking amount of body sedation and pain relief for a sativa.  However, it is largely an uplifting high.  Any mellowness from the Skunk is counteracted by Jack’s caffeine like rush, making for an effective daytime high.

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