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Blue Cheese

Category: Nugs | Posted on Wed, February, 27th 2013 by THCFinder

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Phantom OG strain review with pics

Category: Nugs | Posted on Wed, February, 27th 2013 by THCFinder

  

Phantom OG - Indica

Strain Name: Phantom OG
 
From: Greener Pastures Collective (GPC)
 
Grade: A+
 
Type: Indica
 
Looks: Small, but tight popcorn looking marijuana nuggets full of "red hair."
 
Smell: A "nutty evergreen" and menthol.
 
Taste: My taste buds were hit with very smooth "earthy" overtones. A hint of cinnamon spice/sugar was present too and left with a sweet sugary like aftertaste. 
 
Buzz Type: Full body relaxation, a "floaty" and "happy" high with very good pain relief.
 
Buzz Length: Above Average - Very Long (1.5 to 2+ hours)
 
 
Summary:
 
* I am usually not a fan of "small" marijuana nuggets, but these were very dense and tight. Most were sized just large enough when scissored, my bowl was perfectly filled. It's as if each nug was like an individual serving size.
 
Phantom OG made my head feel like a basketball and Shaq was palming it. This strain provided me with some strong front full face tingle, but with heavy "pressure" behind the eyes. The feeling was very "floaty" as if I was on top of "soft clouds."
 
Phantom OG did not couch lock me, but was very good at tackling pain. For example, my over worked calves were killing me one day and a post work out regime including this strain went right to the pain. My pain subsided greatly.
 
For me this is definitely a "chill out" strain. This suited me best during the early evening hours (after work and before bed). I enjoyed a bowl while winding down for the evening while watch some late night television. Phantom OG did make me a bit giggly at times too. Being up late one night, I was watching "History of the World: Part 1" - laughed at the entire movie so hard and loud I woke up my sleeping family.
 
Near the end of my refill, I started to also use this strain during the day. Being very intense and under a lot of pressure with my "real" job, Phantom OG was able to put me back on proper track.
 
Phantom OG is nice top shelf strain which actually became my "go to" strain when on hand. This is definitely one to check out.
 
Cheers (& Cough),
@IE420 Find more awesome reviews at ie420patient.com

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Holy Grail OG

Category: Nugs | Posted on Tue, February, 26th 2013 by THCFinder

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Lambs Bread strain review with pics

Category: Nugs | Posted on Tue, February, 26th 2013 by THCFinder

 

Lambs Bread - Hybrid

 

Strain Name: Lambs Bread
 
 
Grade: A+
 
Type: Sativa
 
Looks: Heavily trichome coated lime green marijuana nuggets with noticeable orange hair.
 
Smell: Like the farm animal itself. Very funky, yeast and sour milk.
 
Taste: I get distinct taste of "raw meat" and spices. A bit peppery.
 
Buzz Type: Strong sense of focus and awareness. Heavy/Heady.
 
Buzz Length: Above Average to Long (1.5 to 2 hours)
 
Summary:
 
* Being Bob Marley's favorite strain, it's always nice when I come across Lambs Bread on the menu, a strain I have had a few times and last refilled back in March 2011. 
 
NAME is very fitting of this strain! Could not have been named better given the scent my nostrils picked up. This batch of Lambs Bread was funky. Good news is the bag smell did seem to smell a bit "sweeter" the longer stored. 
 
Regardless of smell, I really enjoy me some Lambs Bread. My marijuana nuggets were super coated; so coated in sugary "snow" the outer layer of the nuggets were firm and felt like "spikes" when squeezing lightly with two fingers. All that coated "goodness" gave this strain some serious bite. Some of my Lambs Breath nuggets smoked very harsh! I coughed up a lung a few times. I had to really watch how much I packed in a bowl. If to much, the rip would be really rich causing a cough attack. The spicy pepper like sensation of this strain was "hard" on the throat. Thus, this batch of Lambs Bread was "easier" for me to smoke in my smaller piece with smaller loads. Large bowl fills really were not necessary with this strain. It burned rich leaving thick, oily resin in your bowl and downstem. My bong was pretty dirty after a couple of bowls.
 
I enjoyed the buzz effect as I like a "heavy" Sativa strain and Lambs Bread delivered a nice "heaviness" in the front of the forehead with full facial tingle. The buzz "feeling" is more prevalent in the face vs. the rest of the body. My eyes felt like they were "jumping around," but I had great clarity and clear vision. But, coming down can be a bit heavy. For a Sativa, I actually caught myself dozing off a few times with a intense heavy feeling being the eyes.
 
As a side note, I found myself engulfed in deep house music at times while medicated with Lambs Bread. I actually found a few nice sources to listen/stream deep house music to. 
 
Overall, Lambs Bread is a solid winner and this refill is the best rendition of the strain I've had to date. I enjoyed many great mornings as this was my "go-to" strain for my first of the day "wake and bake" session or included in my post-workout regime before sitting down and preparing for my work day.
 
Cheers (& Cough),
@IE420 Find more top notch reviews at ie420patient.com

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Oregon grown Blackberry Buds

Category: Nugs | Posted on Tue, February, 26th 2013 by THCFinder

Oregon Grown Blackberry Buds - Indica

This wondrous strain stems from two quite potent strains: Black Domina and Raspberry Cough. The mother, Black Domina, is native to the Pacific Northwest and was cloned and sent to Amsterdam. Blackberry combines the overwhelming indica traits of Black Domina, and the sativa qualities of Raspberry Cough.


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Jack Herer

Category: Nugs | Posted on Tue, February, 26th 2013 by THCFinder

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