3 oz AAAAA Mix | Goudaberry | Violator Kush | MTF | $179.99
1 oz Goudaberry (Hybrid) AAAAA | 100% Fresh Guaranteed
1 oz Violator Kush (Indica) AA
1 oz MTF (Sativa) AAA
Goudaberry comes from Exotic Genetix, which is known for famous strains like Cookies and Cream and Grease Monkey. The indica-dominant hybrid is a cross of Red Pop and Rainbow Chip with a sweet-and-sour chem smell and taste. When it comes to the flavor of this lovely lady, the name truly says it all. Goudaberry combines the sweet fruity flavors of fresh berries and bananas with the creamy deliciousness of a spicy aged cheese. The aroma is very similar, although it is much more potent and does have a touch of sharp chemicals to it, too. The Goudaberry high will hit you a few minutes after your final exhale, beginning as a light physical tingle in the spine. This tingle will soon turn into a fully-fledged buzz, locking you to the couch and expanding its numbing reach throughout your entire body. A light touch of focus will accompany this heavy physical high, keeping your mind active and your mood boosted from start to finish. You’d better have some snacks nearby – the final piece of this delicious puzzle is a sharp pang of hunger. Thanks to these effects and its high 21-22% average THC level, Goudaberry is often chosen to treat those suffering from conditions such as nausea or appetite loss, chronic pain, depression and chronic stress or PTSD. This bud has oversized hand-shaped forest green nugs with thin yellow-orange hairs and milky white trichomes.
Violator Kush is a pure indica from old school Dutch breeders Barney’s Farm. A cross of Malana and Hindu Kush genetics, it produces large yields of super-resinous flowers on a short, bushy plant. This indica has a musty, earthy smell and taste and provides a strong body buzz that will leave you stuck to your chair.
MTF, also known as “Matanuska Thunder Fuck” and “Humble Warrior,” is a sativa marijuana strain. Since many marijuana strains hail from the tropics or specific breeding hubs, it’s no surprise that this Alaskan hybrid’s name celebrates its origins. Developed from strains grown in Matanuska Valley’s grasslands, the flowers on these plants develop a frosting of icy white hairs that bring to mind its snowy homeland. Despite its rugged roots, these plants do best indoors but will still yield well in outdoor dry climates for the experienced grower. They will remain squat in size but tend to have very large leaves. This strain smells like hot chocolate with fruit, the latter of which can dominate the taste. Matanuska’s effects tend to come on slowly and then give a strong body buzz. It also goes by the less colorful name “Matanuska Tundra,” especially outside of the United States.
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