QMG, as some people call her for short, is a genetic masterpiece created when breeders took Nepali Og and crossed it with Snow Lotus creating a 70% percent Indica dominance. It’s labeled at 27% THC and 0.0483% CBD with a harvest date of 2-1-21. The test date is 2-17-21. Batch Batch M00026c 143859005
This sample of QMG (batch number above) is the most pieces of flower that I have ever had in one eighth of flower packed by the cultivator that wasn’t marked as popcorn and sold at a reduced rate. This package should have been labeled popcorn. To be 100 with yall, some these pieces are too small to be called popcorn some would classify them as shake. I counted 24 pieces, some smaller then a skittle. Coloration is light green with yellow green markings on the buds. AMCO scores the Look at a 3 out of 10.
Queen Mother Gogi is quite known for the level of pungentness of skunk like myrcene smell that normally is so loud you can smell it in the jar in the sack. However, this sample missed the mark by a quarter mile. There is only a slight skunk smell with this sample. It’s about half the strength smell as the last time I reviewed this strain. I find that there is dank wet earth smell as well that I find complementary, but not normal to the QMG. There is a few missing other smells that should be in the jar, making this a AMCO High Opinion of 5 of 10.
The exterior of the buds are missing the tricomb heads again. I thought this issue was taken care of as the last Bold strain I reviewed had no decapitation. You will notice the tricomb head count inside the nuggs is more than tripple that on the outside. The heads present interior and exteriorly present clear to clouded with little to no amber present. I think that its pulled a little prematurely leaving no amber heads on this indica dominate. AMCO High Opinion 6 out of 10.
The flavor of the strain is amiss as well. I taste floral notes, spice, and a sage like flavor. The normal fruity and dank flavors of wet earth and berry hints are just absent. I have compared the review to the last review of this strain. This one is simply lacking. AMCO gives it a 5 of 10.
I was capable of distraction from pain with this sample. It was not the PTSD aid I feel it was last review. It’s bad labeling frustrated me. As the new generation say, may have triggered me a little. The THC content is 27%, so its going to get you intoxicated. However the terps that normally are expected in this strain are just not being found by me. This Queen mom relieved my muscle pain by 2 points. Nerve pain is unaffected directly. AMCO High Opinion is 6 of 10.
AMCO High Opinion 5 of 10. I’m sure the good folks at Bold will fix these strain. I may have just got a jar that was meant to be labeled different. I feel it was grown a little to short and too aggressively, then trimmed causing tricomb head decapitation. They have a hard competition on this strain from the in house grows.