Type: Hybrid Purchased At: Green Springs Medical
Route Administered: Smoked THC: 23%
Golosa by Osage Creek purchased at Green Springs Medical is a 80% Indica dominate cross of Blueberry x Grapefruit x Bay 11. The strain name is Spanish for Sweet tooth. The look of this sample rates 8 out of 10. The dense bud structure is covered in tricombs. Its various shades of medium and dark green with amber hairs that are fighting the tricombs for space. The smell rates 7 out of 10. It has a menthol type smell, almost like Vicks vapor rub, that hits you first but is followed by subtle coffee and spice notes.
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It’s mint is so strong that it cleared my sinuses with the first whiff. The cure of this sample rates 9 out of 10. The buds are not tumbled dry from the amount of tricombs and hairs still on it. It looks like someone took extreme care while hand trimming. It returns to original shape when lightly squeezed and there isn’t any excess stems. The taste rates 8 out of 10. From a sober state, I smoked a half gram from a freshly cleaned glass stem. I find it has a flavor profile that includes citrus, skunk and hints of a peppery spice taste.
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The effect rates 9 out of 10. This has a 23% THC content. I would love to see more info with the terps content on the label. The high is very euphoric for it to be such a Indica based strain. I would caution anyone who has anxiety issues when attempting to medicate with this strain. I found the effect to be strong in head and body on this heavy hitter. In conclusion this sample rates 8.2 overall. This flower with great ability to reduce body and muscle pain. Great mood change ability also. Its stout at 23% THC. The terps content wasnt provided, but I think it has Carene, Myrcene, Limionene, and Caryophyllene based on my own education and pallet. I’m a huge fan of this stain. It would pair well with your morning coffee as long as you’re not driving and THC tolerant.
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