~ This is an 80% Indica Dominate cross of Granddaddy Purple and Larry OG. It was harvested on 9/6/20 and tested at 22.8% THC and a trace amount of CBD at 0.0431% on 9/17/20
~ This eighth of an ounce is simply beautiful and displayed in a new glass jar with gold and white labels, rating 10 out of 10 for the look. This sample has remarkably thickly dense nugs. The tricombs are obvious to the naked eye covering the army green flower with deep purple splotches throughout the pine comb shaped buds.
~ The smell rates 9 out of 10. I find it strangely unique. It has dark berry notes backed by a Myrecene skunkiness. The scent hit me high in the nose right between the eyes. There seems to be a little Limonene as I got faint hints of Limon also.
~ The cure rates 8 of 10. Most of the tricombs are clouded with an 80/20 cloudy to clear ratio. There is not many ambers at all. I think the couch lock will be lacking due to it. I’m only a patient with a high opinion. The humidity content is good with the nugs all passing the squeeze test by returning to its original shape.
~ The taste rates 8 out 10. I’m smoking this half gram threw as spoon pipe blown by Fiona Laven-Wilson. The berry notes are the first thing I taste. It’s backed by a spicy Caryophyllene burn. The hints of lavender from Linalool mix with the evergreen flavor of Terpinolene. I don’t know that it contains these terps for fact, its just what I taste.
~ The effect rates 7 out of 10. The pain relief is more than capable with this strain. I got a reduction of at least three points for muscle and chronic type pain. My nerve pain is still prominent, but it has been reduced slightly. It didn’t help to stabilize my mood or lower my stress level so even though it set me in the clouds and helped with my pain, I think some amber tricomb heads would provide the calm I’m missing.
~ Overall AMCO’s High Opinion rates this as 8.4 out of 10. I think it should have been harvested a few days later to give that little something special to develop. But it’s still a great pain killer. Maybe the next batch will have a few more ambers.