According to online sources, Chemdawg x Tres Dawg are the parent genetics of this strain. It’s label at 19.9% THC with .0337% of CBD. The harvest date of 1-25-21 and a test date of 2-11-21.
This glass jar is packed with fluffy airier buds that lack density. It takes a bud count of 10 nuggs to make up the 3.5 gram sample. Some are larger then a marble and one is close to ping pong ball size. The buds are bright yellowish green coloration is typical for this strain. However there was also a couple pieces of sugar leaf and some long stems left on the bud. AMCO is going to be nice and dock one point for each giving an 8 of 10.
The nose on this batch of flower is a little weak in the pungentness column too. I don’t get that Alpha Pinenne pine tree smell but maybe the beta pinenne is present . I’m picking up a little Christmas tree stench. There is a minimal hint of fuel as well but its lacking intensity and clarity of smells is lacking. AMCO 6.5 of 10.
There are a few amber tricombs among the many clouded heads present. The exterior of the nuggs are less populated with tricomb heads than naturally formed although there is less of a issue with this then in previous reviews I believe they have turned there trimmers down. There is some leaf and stems that should been clipped so we’ll give the Cure a solid 8 of 10.
I roll a half gram sample in a Zig-Zag unbleached paper and draw air threw it unlit. The main flavor is Limonene on the dry hit. After firing it up the flavonoids most prevalent is the lemon and the skunk like hint from the exhale. Taste is 7 of 10, since I know there should be other terps present in this strain.
The mostly sativa like effect is euphoric and head centered. It gives way to a little chronic pain relief by distraction. I didn’t get a muscle relaxation. However I did get relief from PTSD symptoms. AMCO 7 of 10.
After reviewing both the in house version of this strain and the cultivator produced, the in house grown was head and shoulders better than the cultivator product. This is somewhat understandable as the rooms in the cultivation are much larger but so are the budgets. Bold has some catching up to do with this strain. AMCO High Opinion 7.3 of 10