Banana Hammock is a cross of Grape God x Mandarin Sunset. It’s an Indica dominate hybrid by Ethos Genetics, grown by Bold in Cotton Plant, Arkansas and sold by Suite 443. In research, I couldn’t find much info on this strain on the internet. . A quarter gram will be smoked in an OCB Virgin paper. The other quarter gram will be smoked in a clean pipe. The look of this sample rates as 7 out of 10. The jar appeal is down from the norm. The buds are large and pretty but there was alot of shake that had fallen off.
The smell rates 8 out of 10. It is pungent! The robust fuel smell is most dominant, but I do detect musty fruit notes, more citrus than berry, and no grape at all. The cure rates a low 6 out of 10. Harvest date id 12/2/19 and was tested 18 days later. Batch ending in 75546. There was alot of kief and green flake in my jar. I attempted to weigh the remainder of the eighth to get the weight of the shake but had tossed it in a tray that already had some other shake. The buds still weighed 3.5 grams. The buds failed the squeeze test with no rebound at all. The taste rates 8 out of 10. I taste the grape in a dry hit before the sample was lit. But the fire took away the grape taste. Terps of Limonene, Myrecene, and Linalool stand out to me. I note skunk, grapefruit and lavender. Its very pleasant.
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Effect rates 7 out of 10. I like this strain but look forward to it getting to a wetter relative humidity. At 17% THC its mid range potency from what Arkansas markey has to offer. The euphoria is not intense. The body effect is present but I still feel most of my nerve pain 20 minutes after medicating. My muscles are relaxed . I have no issues focusing. It doesn’t touch the burning and electric shocks of my nephropathy. I think it would benefit people with muscular pain and inflammation issues. This rates 7.2 over all. I feel this strain has a lot of potential. I’ll revisit it on the next grow. Thanks to Suite 443 for the continued efforts to please the patients of Arkansas and valuing AMCO’s high opinion.