Reviews of the Week: Nov 22-28

AmeriCanadians reviews MedReleaf's Socialis: When I unscrewed the 10 gram package I was greeted with another beautiful set of colours. This strain, like so many others from MedReleaf, had the dark green and deep purple hues to it. So far in my experience MedReleaf has the...

AmeriCanadians reviews MedReleaf's Socialis:

When I unscrewed the 10 gram package I was greeted with another beautiful set of colours. This strain, like so many others from MedReleaf, had the dark green and deep purple hues to it. So far in my experience MedReleaf has the colours down for sure! I was greeted with smells like gentle skunk which was a rich pungent aroma that had musky and earthy notes too. This had the looks & smells of Kush genetics but I could still notice a sativa something in the smell. I was a happy “hippie” either way.

Most of the strains I got from MedReleaf were a bit on the dry side, and so was Socialis, that might be one small area that could improve. But it smoked nice and easy considering the dryness.

It was my morning smoke session but I was getting pretty baked for smoking a 9.59% THC strain. Socialis had a happy up beat feeling to it and I felt elevated, lifted some might say. I would have guessed this a sativa dominate since I felt happy creative and motivated. It was “social pot” you might say, I didn’t feel any couch lock like some Indica Kush varieties have. I felt a strong buzz that made my eyes water a bit. Made them red too!

This was one of my top 3 favorites out of my initial 6 strains I tried with MedReleaf. I rated this cannabis a 3 ½ stars due to being to dry. I am looking forward to the next batch of this medical marijuana. This was really nice 3 colour pot!

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ScottD reviews Damn Sour by Delta 9:

Really liking deltas second harvest of damn sour. Not that I didn't enjoy the first harvest but they really Dailed it in this run. Coming in at 24%thc and CBD .24. It's has has a great fule/Diesel skunk smell, that fills up the room once I open the mansion jar.

The buds have huge bulbous calyxes that remind me of ECSD that I've had in the past.

The damn sour starts out initially with a strong sativa head stone that really made my thoughts race. Then slowly spreads down to a heavy full body stone. This is a great strain for the afternoon or evening. You'll end up very relaxed and sedated. And could burn you out if you over do it. I found this strain to be great for pain and stiffness as well as appetite stimulation and sleep. I'll be ordering more in the future especially at $3.00/g under their compassionate pricing.

 

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bz007 reviews OrganiGram's AK-47:

This was my first order from Organigram and I was impressed by the service and quality of the product. I ordered AK47 for my chronic pain and tried vaporizing as well as cooking with it. I found both methods good, but had better relief when eaten.
I prepared cannabutter with regular butter which worked very well. I also prepared some with coconut oil using the same method as for butter. I then made the Bananacanna Fofana from the Aunt Sandy's Medical Marijuana Cookbook (free from Organigram with your first order). After eating a small piece, I was amazed by the results. I felt good all over, my muscles were relaxed and I got a great night sleep without waking up from spasms, a first in a long time. My cannabutter was quite strong, so I cut my squares in two and got 48 pieces instead of 24, making it easier to control dosage. The taste is nice, almost a peppery flavor, great to eat. When eaten, you feel better longer, another bonus.
I would recommend AK47 for chronic pain, excellent. I plan to also try their Mongolian strain in my next order as well as the AK47.

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